I know, you’re thinking, “That’s not a date,” but in Colombia, it can be.

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You might meet one who will probably even treat you to a meal here and there, or as they say here, “invite” you. In the beginning, you might have to pay for almost everything but that could change over time.

The other side of this is that guys have to change too.

Other times, it’s harder to tell, which leads me to…

Just because you’re a foreigner, doesn’t mean they all want to sleep with you. Basic small talk is the best way to go in the beginning. In some cases, this means you have to speak Spanish, and let’s face it, you should be learning the language if you’re living in Medellín, not just to talk to women.No more expecting your girlfriend to cook for you and clean up after you all the time.Learn to do it yourself, something my mother forced me to do. They are used to getting attention all the time, so if you shower her with it, she might lose interest quickly.A friend of mine found out a woman he was seeing has a boyfriend when they got back from a lunch date and he was waiting for her at the salon where she works. But I witnessed one incident where a Colombian woman was kissing someone at an event that caters to foreigners, and one of those foreigners still hit on her. Maybe she said, “It’s nothing serious,” but that doesn’t matter. The concept of less is more is lost on a lot of them. His first girlfriend broke up with him for being dirt poor and made him feel ashamed of his mother.“Did you know we’re a couple,” the guy asked, and my friend said, “No,” and then he left and never talked to her again. He started bringing each future girlfriend to his dilapidated house and if he saw a look of horror on her face, he brought her home and never looked back.“Somebody else could take them to the big dance,” he wrote. I didn’t mind.” The lesson: stay away from extremes, so…