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Dating tips | What You Shouldn’t Do When Dating Costa Rican Women
Do you know what's so good about being well-informed? It attracts Costa Rican women. Who can blame them? Men who keep themselves well-informed before indulging in things are very sexy. We’d love to help you increase your attractiveness factor when it comes to Costa Rican women; that's why we've gathered the ABSOLUTE DONT’s when dating in and exploring Costa Rica.
DON'T GO DURING HOLIDAYS
Local or not, everyone in Costa Rica will be on vacation during the holidays: New Year's Eve, Holy Week, and Christmas Day. Hotels and Resorts will be fully booked. Museums and other attractions will be packed. Now you and your Costa Rican woman wouldn't enjoy your dates, would you?
Costa Rica has two seasons: Rainy and Dry. Rainy season starts May to mid-November; dry season, mid-November to April. Dating during the rainy season isn't really that bad. It's way better than going out and making your way through the crowd without losing your breath. Or you could lose your breath in some other... sexier way. Without the crowd, of course. When the rain starts pouring, invite your beautiful Costa Rican outside. Don't take off your clothes though - it's sexier to see her clothes becoming translucent and wrapping tightly around her curves as you hear her laughter in the rain.
DON'T JUST STAY INDOORS
Sure, resorts can be stunning. A heaven on earth. But you're not there to merely enjoy one attraction. You're not there to relax all by yourself. You're not there only to go home knowing you could've done something more. You're with your Costa Rican woman. Go out! Indulge in local food. Get to know her country.
Read up on these articles to learn more about their history and culture: History of Costa Rica and Culture of Costa Rica. However, experiencing their traditions and culture firsthand is a totally different thing. Hold her hand while enjoying the scenery. Don't be afraid to talk to her in her mother tongue: Spanish. She'll find your efforts delightful and she'd love to teach you if you let her. You should know that picking up plants and animals is a huge no-no. Don't do that, especially in front of her. Just be sure to get back safe before the sun completely sets on the horizon; bad things can happen at night on the beach. Great things do happen at night in the right place.
DON'T SWIM ALONE
Why would you leave your Costa Rican woman cold, all by herself? Good. Don't do it. And besides, waters can get really dangerous. Before plunging yourselves into the beautiful beaches of Costa Rica, make sure that there are lifeguards around. Notice signs hanging around. She may already know about the dangers; but again, it's more attractive if you're well-informed and prepared. It will make her feel very safe around you that she will trust you even more. Careful on swimming naked on the beach, it's disrespectful in Costa Rica. Either make sure the beach is exclusive only to you and her, or take yourselves back to your room where you can have your private time. Just enjoying the water in your birthday suits... well that's all up to you.