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Most Icelanders are not religious, so there is no moral stigma attached to unwed pregnancy.Let's also remember Iceland is the most feminist country in the world, so it's engrained in the women, they don't need a man for anything but companionship and that's if they want it.So arriving in Iceland I wasn't expecting much and swiped all wrong on Tinder.I swiped left on countless tall (the men provided their height in centimeters, which caused me to keeping going to my calculator, but the lucky number was 183 and above, you do the math lol) chiseled cheeked, red and blonde bearded utopian mortals. These men are gorgeous and I'm passing them up, but no more.Ummm yeah basically our friendship did not continue and I left that date with a need for a stiff drink.Date 2: I have played volleyball since I was a little girl so when I moved to Iceland I thought joining a volleyball team would be a great way to meet people.We matched, talked and hung out all in the same day. He met an Icelandic woman working in Uganda, they dated briefly, she got pregnant, returned home, he followed, the relationship ended, but he stayed.
I even met a Jamaican living here and truly loves, swears never to return to Kingston.
My loud voice is cheering and championing for novice travelers who need a little boost and motivation to take their first international trip.
I can stand strong in a room full of Anthony Bourdain’s and Josh Gates’, eloquently chronicling my expeditions and not feel enamored with inadequateness.
But after these past few months I have come to realize something. If you think about it, meeting people for the first time is a lot like walking into a blind date. Maybe they didn’t really like you and never want to see you again!
You may have seen this person online but that is about the extent of your knowledge of what they look like. Ahh it is all so confusing, where is the rule book for these things. Date one: I had been in Iceland for about two weeks when I began my Icelandic classes and I was looking forward to making friends in class.Standing in the doorway looking around the room trying to match the face to the picture is beyond awkward in either situations. So the night goes on sharing small talk with a good mix of uncomfortable pauses. One classmate in particular had a similar story to mine so I thought perfect, here is someone who can totally relate to me.One thing I have learned, I am not good at picking faces out in a room and they usually have to come to me, great first impression. She had been in Iceland for almost 8 years so I was hoping to get some tips and insight from her so I asked her to lunch.This is not the handshake you want and don't accept it.