So when they hear your accent, their interest will be piqued.If you have blue eyes and blond hair, they will become even more curious, because here most people are like, well, the fishermen in Crete meaning they all look the same.Well, that’s not entirely true as there are plenty of blond people here too and Chileans come in all sizes, shapes, and colors as long as the color is “moreno” or white for the skin and black for the hair.
The other reason the foreigner can do well here with the opposite sex is you can seduce a female in her language even if you do not speak the same.
You can bumble into a social situation and not appear ludicrous doing so, because you are an ignorant and cute foreigner.
Someone told me a few weeks ago: abroad every one is an extrovert. In a herd of horses, a stallion is less willing to engage with the fillies when the alpha male is around.
“The Avocado Republic of Chile, because it’s too Cold to Grow Bananas” is Chile’s ultimate tour guide. American writer, Walker Rowe, sick of the pollution and noise in Santiago moves to the country for peace Ask any male what is the best part of being an expatriate and he will tell you it is the chance for female companionship. Well, if you were a female living in, say, Crete wouldn’t you grow tired of mustached black haired men all smelling of fish?
Did you see Alan Bates and Anthony Quinn in “Zorba the Greek” filmed in Crete?