Even if I don´t find the special someone with your service, I commend you on the service you are doing for others, and I am sure you have put together some very happy couples. We, as North Americans, have all but lost that which attracts me to South Americans.The women in South America are very special and their Latin genes produce a most beautiful, sensual and exciting woman.
Not only are these women beautiful, but many also have very high morals and values that we seem to have lost in North America.I know a few Americans who have moved to Bogotá to be with the woman they fell in love with.After having met some great women in South America, it was very hard to go back to the typical “American Woman.” Now that I find myself at a point in my life in which I want a wife and a family, I am glad you have the services that make it easier to meet and get to know a woman before visiting.Amy, you can´t begin to compare with the women of South America, who would not judge as you do.I have to write this because I just read your “hate” mail and subsequent response by Amy from the United States.I cannot believe the bias this woman has toward your services and others like it. These people have tremendous pride in themselves and their country.
Amy clearly has not been to South America and talked to the people and experienced the lifestyle. I am a young executive with a large international company. Big.” I have spent quite a bit of time working, visiting, and traveling in South America. I fell in love with the city, its people, and the lifestyle. The Latin women I found were very kind and passionate, and not once did I feel like they were looking for a visa.
In fact the few women I did get to know on a more personal basis would have been much happier for me to stay in Bogotá than move to Canada.
Amy calls us losers, but I would ask her this: Would a loser head up an executive position in one of the largest food companies in the world?
Would a loser pass up the chance for happiness with a Latin woman or keep looking for something that isn´t there in the US?
You are right, Jamie, when you talk about personal preference.
Like everything in life, some things you like more than others.