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Just curious if anyone's ever been to Greece and has an idea what the women are like. The reason I ask is this....I'm in Istanbul right now. I was walking down the street when this gorgeous girl stops me and ask me for directions to one of the tourist sites. After pointing it out to her, I ask her where she's from and she tells me Greece. Hmm...
Obviously everyone has different tastes in women but to me this girl was perfect...short (about 5'2), petite, dark shoulder length hair, face of an angel.
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I think it would be tough there. The competition is huge there. Greek guys are crazy for girls.
http://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-10401 ... ek+islands
What are you doing in turkey? Do you planning to visit the beaches?
This is a short and sweet trip report from BellaRuth, a female member of HA.
http://www.happierabroad.com/forum/view ... ght=#42358
I hope it helps.
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Honestly I've become a bit of a permanent vagabond, living off my savings. I spent the past year or so in Latin America before deciding I didn't like it there. I really want to go to Ukraine but it's too freaking cold there right now. So I thought about going to Italy for a few weeks, waiting for the temperatures to get better in Ukraine. But Italy's just too expensive for my tastes. So I decided to come to Istanbul instead. Course, it's freaking cold here as well. Not as bad as Ukraine mind you, but bad enough.
Thanks! The link's actually about Cyprus but it may be a better alternative than Greece. The problem with Greece is that I'd be stuck with the 90 days in, 90 days out. Cyprus has the same rule but they do allow people who have self-employment income above a certain amount to get a residency permit. I don't have self-employment income right now but at least it's a possibility. Downside is that it's an island with population under 1 million.
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