If you like nightlife or want to go on a breathtakingly scenic trip on the train to the Nariz del Diablo, Riobamba is the place for you.
Whether you’re from Ecuador or just visiting, Badoo is the perfect place to chat to new people, have fun, flirt or even go on a date.
There is one gay discotec (Presidente Borrero and Presidente Cordova) but when I peeked my head in (it is next to a jazz cafe), it was all men, so no idea where Cuenca’s lesbians go. You can see me as an angel that wants to give you wings to fly, like a man who wants to rob your heart or maybe just a a simple friend who wants to give you friendship.
) The women in Cuenca dress up, wear makeup and heels on a daily basis. Not sure if its because of this, but a lot of people have told me ( and I agree) that on average the women here are more attractive than the men. I’ve never seen a gay couple being affectionate in public. Men and women who specifically target gringos/gringos because they think they are rich, or they want a visa. ) By US standards, Ecuador dating etiquette is like a bad romance novel. My offering is a sweet kiss and a small flower waiting to arrive deep in your heart, like a secret that I tell to the moon and hidden by the sun.
@- I wouldn’t introduce anyone to my parents unless they were wearing the name tag “boyfriend” for at least a month. Be warned your date could involve sitting around house watching tv with 3 uncles, 2 cousins, brothers, brothers wives, their 2 kids… Also, you’re way more likely to find that people here on the dating market have more kids on average for any given age than in the US.
If you’re feeling more adventurous, why not head for Baños.
You can explore the jungle with friends, or why not do a bungee jump from a bridge for a total adrenalin rush?