Basically they needed to get away from (fellow) white people.
They need to feel like they’re beating their own path in the jungle and no one else will have Facebook photos like they do.
We’d met at a famous coffee house and she shared her dreams and fears of traveling solo with very little money.
Also, there are security guards everywhere and there will be one assigned to your table, good idea to tip him upfront when you get there so he looks after you (sometimes they pull groups of single girls to your table without you even doing anything), they will also cockblock you from girls that are with guys from other tables, good way to prevent fights.Also, the guys there have absolutely no game, and most of the younger decent/stylish looking guys are gay.While the primary obstacle is language, most of the girls do speak some rudimentary english, and the rest could be plastered over with body language and google translate. | Québécoise de Montréal, Exploratrice / Rédactrice / Stratège en Pub Numérique, bref une nomade qui voyage toujours tout en essayant de garder un équilibre entre la carrière, la santé et s'épanouir dans de diverses aventures et projets. Writer/ Blogger/ Digital Planner, nomad with no home that keeps travelling from country to country.