Latin Women and Easter Traditions Around Latin America

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Dating Latin women involves learning more about their traditions and culture, and one such tradition you should take note of is Easter. Easter is particularly big for them since the majority of the population are Catholics. It’s basically a religious festival that symbolizes the death and resurrection of Christ. The festival begins on Palm Sunday and is followed by a week referred to as Semana Santa. For 2022, the celebration kicks … Continue Reading

Dating Colombian Women: Everything You Need to Know About Día del Amor y la Amistad

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Colombian women and men celebrate a lot of holidays. In fact, they even have their own version of Valentine’s Day. However, this particular celebration goes beyond just being romantic with your partner. Día del Amor y la Amistad,or the Day of Love and Friendship, is a celebration where their partners hear Colombian flirting phrases. It’s also when their family and friends receive nice words, sweet gestures, and gifts. With that … Continue Reading

Make Latin Women Part of Your Valentine’s Day Celebration

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If you want to enjoy your Valentine’s Day celebration, Latin women must never be left out of the celebration. They are beautiful and gorgeous. They can make the day really interesting and exciting for you. You can look for any of the Latin dating sites out there to get one of these beautiful women. They can bring their charms and glamour to the table to make your Valentine’s Day celebration … Continue Reading

How to Date Lovely Colombian Ladies This Thanksgiving

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While Thanksgiving day is a time for couples to spend time together and bond, it is also the time for single guys to romance a potential partner. The good news is that guys aren’t the only ones looking for love, as many beautiful Colombian ladies also don’t want to spend Thanksgiving alone. Now, you may be thinking that it’s pretty hard to find a hot Latina girl that’s just your … Continue Reading

Latamdate: Latina Women Love to Party in September

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If you’re planning a trip in September, you need to visit Colombia. September is an awesome time to experience the culture and party atmosphere in Colombia. Latina women flock to Quibdo for the San Pacho Festival. Although the festival is not technically until the end of the month, the people of Colombia enjoy a carnival atmosphere all month long. If you are heading to South America this fall, this is something … Continue Reading

Latamdate:3 Travel Destinations in Brazil to Meet Your Ideal Latin Woman

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If you’re a single man traveling to Brazil, you may be hoping to find your soul mate there. Or, perhaps you are just open to meeting lovely Latina girls. South America is known for their spicy food and even spicier women. We take a look at 3 of the places in Brazil known for their friendly, beautiful and interesting Latina women.  Sao Paolo If you’re heading to Brazil, you definitely … Continue Reading

6 Fantastic Festivals In South America This March

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1. Semana Santa (various countries) Semana Santa, or “Holy Week,” is the most important Catholic festival in South America. Beginning in late March and ending early April, the week-long event contains a unique mix of religious, pagan, Catholic and even commercial celebrations. Celebrations can be found throughout South America, including extravagant street processions during Good Friday in Quito, Ecuador; colourful flower painted murals in the streets of Ouro Preto, Brazil; … Continue Reading

Get to know the richness of Colombian festivals and holidays

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The Colombians love celebrations, and this is reflected in the number of national public holidays Columbia has. It is one of the countries in the world with the most national public holidays – around 20 days of the year. As it is a Catholic country, the most important celebrations are held around Christmas and Easter time, although the religious elements of the celebrations are quite minimal. Below are some of … Continue Reading