Who you are as a person is more important than your race.A Black man will do much better in finding a good woman in Colombia that he can stay happy with than he would in the United States." "My grandmother told me once, “If you want to know how far you can shoot, you have to aim high! The ladies who mentioned a preference for white men were easy to eliminate, but there were so many more! I chose the women that were the most physically attractive to me. Don´t get me wrong I thoroughly read through each lady´s answers to the profile questions; but only to go through another process of elimination.There´s this guy standing behind me that got off the same flight sweating his ass off. When I first arrived at the office Jamie told me I had a date with one of my favorites that night.
Through the entire pre-trip process I really didn´t want to bother him much. We talked for about an hour and a half over lunch and then my translator told me I had to get to the office for my first group introduction.
I have a business of my own and when customers are consistently contacting you over bull it really gets old. I got to the office, talked to Jamie for about 15 minutes, took a shower and we got started.
At first I was also very hesitant about meeting women who didn´t live with their fathers either.
From my experience, a woman who doesn´t know and adore her father usually won´t make much of a companion.
Only a small percentage of Colombian women on the website indicate a preference for skin color.
Race for the most part does not play much of a role in Northern Colombia – where we are located – due to the greater mix of people.
” “I saw plenty of other women on the site I was interested in. There are places in Mississippi and Alabama that look exactly like this area.
I was just testing the waters.” Jamie´s response was classic. these were his exact words in a very serious tone: “Yeah… The small pockets of 3rd world poverty in America that everyone forgets about.
She was wearing the brightest smile I´ve ever seen in my life. The first thing that came to my mind was “Oh my God… ” In the profile Jamie wants you fill out before you go, one of the questions is “What would you change about yourself?
You know that feeling you get when you´re going down the first biggest dip on a roller coaster. ” I answered, “Lose a little more weight.” In the second group meeting (the one I really had fun with!
” That´s the phrase that kept running through my head as I surfed through Jamie´s website International Introductions a couple of months before my trip. I mean seriously how much can you find out about someone by asking them 10 or 15 questions?