Dating a bosnian man
So, as one would expect, there are quite a few prominent differences that may trip up any unsuspecting newcomers planning on studying abroad in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
To help prepare all you newbies, here are a few of the most interesting cultural differences between this European country and good ol' America: In America, going out for coffee is a quick and easy task.
Its capital, Sarajevo, hosted the Winter Olympics before the break-up of Yugoslavia.
Climate is characterized by hot summers and cold winters with mild, rainy winters along its small Adriatic coastline.
Though women usually work outside the home and have equal political and economic rights, in many families they are more responsible for the household tasks.
They also have an uncanny ability to wear six-inch heels in all weather and on all surfaces - including the cobbled Skadarska Street.
For myself, who does not even own a pair of high heels, this is a feat I am sure I will never master.
This undoubtedly stems from the very defined gender roles in Serbian culture, which are also particularly noticeable when it comes to the dating dress code.
Here, it seems you are either a masculine man or a feminine woman. Men tend to have a rugged edge and would never be seen wearing skinny jeans, while women don't hold back on anything, their appearances meticulously put together with hair done, nails painted and makeup perfectly applied.I now know this friend's word should be taken as gospel.And I have also since learned that Sagittarii match with Leo and Aries. It got me thinking about my own experiences when being courted by Serbian men, and how different, if at all, it really is. Locals are mainly interested in how their fellow Serbs have behaved and whether they have shown themselves in a good light, largely because of their consciousness of their international image.