He got some really nice shells for him and is very sweet always asking about him in his emails. I hope this email has at least brought some positive to any of you out there not too sure what to think.. because in canada or in europe you can not survive selling cigars to tourists or to searching for tourist for keep to them company(i speak for cubanas) is like wife came in athens and she realized that here we did not was like in cuba of course becaiuse in cuba i was making vacations and the rythms was diferrent any way i have decided to give her a second change and i will bring her back in athens on june but it will be my last change to see from her a better face if she asks again to go back for christmass etc she will but on one way ticket Interesting topic, I have been communicating with a cuban woman for a year and will be there next week for the first meeting, she wishes to get married if we ‘click’ yet does not wish to leave Cuba for me to move and live there. Alan David I personally find this abnormal because how can you know you want to marry someone if you don’t know yet if it clicks?I agree not every cuban wishes to leave their country.Well, that’s our problem, and hopefully not a problem for you.Communication styles, certain depths of communication, and the ‘biggie’...chemistry…all change; whether online, by telephone and/or in person. Now, that being said, it doesn’t mean that your communication style/depth (etc.) will be any less, just be prepared for it to be (somewhat) different. It is the very rare exception (from my experiences) that the online ‘connection’, actually translates to an in-person connection, but again, that has only been my experience, and I am but one person. First of all, it is a desperately poor, strictly governed country; a place where freedom of speech, the normal kinds of options available to us (in more developed countries—simply do not exist), and racism runs as rampantly as it did, in the USA in 1960’s.Hi All, I’m interested in seeing how many Cuban-Foreigner marriages have lasted for more than a couple of years following departure from Cuba….how many have ended in divorce within a couple/three years….. But I also know the conditions that the Cuban people have to endure in their country. They see “rich” tourists in their country and are definately seduced by the potential for material gain and travel.And I’m also interested in hearing your personal stories and experiences. Of course this is not sufficient to keep a relationship going, especially in the stressful modern day environment in Europe. Since 2003, I received 2 or 3 emails from him but I wasn’t really interested, or I saw him more as a step brother…if so he will not get out alive haha He’s also young and wants a family, that could keep him busy and motivated to stay.. I’m sorry that your wife has a hard time adjusting. I personally would of tried living in Cuba, or both countries, but because of my shared-custory of my son, I’m stuck here.
I’ve warned him that I will refuse to make him go back (exception of visiting family of course).. My boyfriend told me it didn’t matter where we lived.
No, they may not be actually hosing down the people of color, but, trust me when I say, they are treated like 2nd class citizens.
Whether your friend is a black woman, or a latino, will change your experience. Read all the information you want, on Cuba, most will boast no racism, which (in reality) is completely inaccurate.
But he insists and makes me realize that our story is different. I think our love and our relationship is a mix of him loving me and wanting to live a dream (getting out of Cuba) and for me, is having found a men (23 is young in Canada but maturity level is different in Cuba), that corresponds to what I want (without me even looking for someone).
I love cubans for their old fashioned values, based on love, helping others, family etc..