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• The Old Sexpats Club members and their young Thai women "One of the main attractions for male expats here is that many girls, particularly those from less well-off backgrounds, will actively seek relationships with foreigners, no matter how old, overweight, and generally unappealing they would be to most people.“Primarily that would be for financial reasons but it's something of a status symbol as well for a local to have a foreign boyfriend/husband (it's also to do with an innate desire to have light skinned children - 'whitening' skin products are everywhere)."Two of the women I met had been nurses and married doctors they worked with at Kalamata hospital which made for quite romantic stories.However, nearly all these women later divorced, and two have returned to the UK." These days, there's less work available on the mainland due to the economic crisis.Greg said: “Finland's position as one of the top places to form a relationship with a local is certainly unexpected, but not all that strange given how readily Finns travel the world and how welcome foreigners are in Finland.• Revealed: top spots to enjoy health, wealth and happiness "It’s hard to say if it’s a trend but the evidence from my rugby team would say so.However, Marjory said: "I believe on the islands there is still a lot of seasonal work and it's probably more common for young British women to work on the islands and fall in love with local men."I don't think the Shirley Valentine effect has ever really died down and women still have a fantasy about running off to a Greek island and marrying the waiter in their local taverna, while he's still got a job, that is.” She added: “Despite the crisis, Greece still has enormous romantic appeal because of its sheer beauty, and young Greek men are hugely attractive as well, with most speaking good English." Jonny Lis, 27, from London, has lived in the Philippines for three years.
This is a vast generalization, but by and large Finnish women are very clear in what they want and in pursuing it, partners included." Nora added: “Having lived as an expat for 13 years before moving back to Helsinki in March, I think there's a bit of a tendency among expats - across the world - to, if not look for love, then at least be more open to it and new opportunities.” Don't fancy any of those locations?
The couple ended up falling in love and now have a young son together.
Marjory Mc Ginn is a British journalist and author who spent four years in Greece (bigfatgreekodyssey.com).
Half of the foreigners on the team came here because of their partners.” Nora, an urban poverty researcher and activist, said: “We met abroad, but I was just going through my Finnish friends and a fair few of the women in particular have foreign significant others.
Also, I've always suspected Greg liked the fact that I'm Finnish from the get-go.