How To Meet Colombian Girls In Your Back YardPosted on July 19th, 2009 No comments
Colombia has about 4 million of it’s citizens living outside of the country. A vast majority of those Colombian’s live in and around Miami, and the New York Metro area. Although more men then women migrate abroad from Colombia, I’m never disappointed when I attend a Colombia festival in the New York area, even if it’s just to enjoy the view, some good food, and the festive atmosphere. I’m sure it’s no different in Miami and other Colombian communities around the U.S. and around the world.
Colombian’s, like all Latin American’s love to party, and they love to celebrate their independence day. There’s nothing better then celebrating these festivities in Colombia, but this is definitely the next best thing.
A little About Colombian Independence:
If you want to meet some Colombian girls right in your own back yard some of these special dates, like Colombian Independence day are perfect so that you can get your feet wet. I suggest going with some Colombian friends if you have any, but it’s a friendly atmosphere and you can go to any of these places without a problem.
On July 20, 1810, the citizens of Bogota formed the first representative council to withstand Spanish authority, and achieved full independence in 1810. The struggle for independence in Columbia received an impetus led by great freedom fighters Simon Bolivar and Francisco de Paula Santander in New Granada which resulted in the Battle of Boyaca, on August 7, 1819. Bolívar was subsequently elected as the first president of Greater Columbia and Francisco de Paula Santander, as its vice president.
The Independence Day of Colombia is celebrated with unequaled festive fervor throughout Colombia, and throughout the many Colombian communities found in the United States, across Europe, and other locations around the world. The day falls on 20th July every year when all the offices, schools and college establishments remain closed. Various festivals and events are held on this occasion at different cities and towns of the country. It’s also the time to organize events highlighting the traditional folk dances and songs of the region.
Here in the New York area, which holds one of largest Colombian communities, festivals, parties and concerts abound.
Without a doubt if you want to see some Colombian women up close and personal, without having to go all the way to Colombia, you should attend any one of these places. Now if you want to learn how you may be able to date a Colombian girl, or any foreign girl here in States, I’m working on a guide that will give you my top secret tactics that no else is using to meet foreign women right your back yard.
Just to give you an idea of how celebrated these festivals are in New York/New Jersey Area, here are a few fliers I’ve picked up around the area. I know it’s a little late for you guys to take advantage of, but make a note for next year, and you should have my guide by then which will leave you well equipped to dive into these festivals.
Dan DeLa Cruz
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