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It’s actually very common for locals, even senior officials, to say “a sus órdenes” (literally “at your orders”) as they help you out.
If you’re introduced to someone, a gentle handshake and a “con mucho gusto” (“pleased to meet you”) is appropriate.
Whether you’re clambering aboard a packed public minibus in the country or attending a high-society dinner party in the capital, it’s normal to introduce yourself with a polite greeting of “buenos días/tardes” (good morning/afternoon or evening).
Up in the highlands, if you’re walking a trail or passing through a small village, it’s usual to say hello to everyone you meet.
How can you turn an awkward first date with the man of your dreams into the relationship you’ve dreamed of?
But exactly how do you find out without asking him outright and getting a look like you’ve just asked him to marry you?
Latin America, though, is rightly renowned for its fiery passions and beautiful people, and to miss out on this side of the region’s culture through fear is far more unforgivable than embarrassing yourself with culturally inappropriate body language.
So, to guide you through this minefield, Nearshore Americas caught up with some American and British expats, currently living in Latin America, to seek their advice on the ways of cross-cultural Latin love.
Mastering an understanding of local social etiquette will greatly enhance your trip.
He came to this country illegally about 5 years ago - is paying taxes with a pin number for over 4 year. The date of marriage has no bearing on his future status pursuant to as-of-yet not passed amnesties.
They should go ahead and get married now if that's what they want to do.
If your date becomes your boyfriend then there will be plenty of opportunities for both of you to let your hair down.
But a guy will most likely be a little scared if you knock back a few shots before dinner.
Think carefully about inviting us back after a first date – Yes, we might well ask you but that doesn’t necessarily mean we want you to say yes.