Understand the double standard Some people, for whatever reason don’t understand that the double standard still exists and will affect your day to day lives.
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Fun for some, or an indescribable fear for others, you don’t have to be a Don Juan to have fun in the DR.
Decide what you want ahead of time This tip can hold true in any city, but knowing what you want ahead of time will help you weed out many potential dates.
You must decide if you want a long term relationship that could end up being serious, or would you like something more casual leaning on the side of Fw B (for you older folks this means friends with benefits) Though Dominican culture is still somewhat conservative, the Fw B concept is fairly popular as is keeping things on the DL (down low), so keep your cool and learn where San Isidro is, especially if you are a bachelor/ette for life.
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Don’t get sucked in too early Now some may come to the DR and fall in love with this wonderful country, just don’t fall in lust, at least not right away.
And yes, I did say “fall in lust.” Truth be told is that if you meet someone while visiting and they say “I lub yu” within the first three days, turn around and run, fast!
For many dating can be a nightmare and add to this the fact that you are in a different country, with a different language and some of you might be spending many a Saturday night cuddle up with a tub of ice cream watching horrible Spanish language television. For you brave souls who are up for having a good time, experiencing new people and new things and have no problems with putting yourselves out there a bit, the “dating” scene in the DR can be a fun experience. For many who travel or decide to live in the DR they settle down in their new home and bring with them their perspectives which stiffle their ability to fully integrate into their new home.