Proposing to my girlfriend to marry me through video chat. Is it okay?

I met a girl on Peru Women four years ago and we’ve been together since then. In the course of-of our relationship, we’ve met only about four times. Despite that, we’ve managed to maintain a stable relationship. I love her and she loves me.

It has come to a point that I’m finally ready to settle down. I’m a middle-aged man with enough funds to support a family. I’m finally ready to start my own life with my girlfriend. However, I can’t propose to her just yet. Not because I don’t want to but because I can’t.

I just got promoted and I can’t file any vacation days yet with all the responsibilities I have on hand. She also can’t travel because she has her own commitments at home. Our anniversary is coming up, I was thinking of proposing on that special day, make it even special. Since we can’t be physically together on that day, I was considering proposing to her through video chat.

My plan is to have a romantic setup in my room, candles and all. I could enlist someone to help me take the video. Then, I would go down on one knee and ask her to marry me. Of course, I would do it all over again in person. I just can’t wait to call her my fiancee. I need some advice about my plan. Should I go on? Will it be okay? Do I just wait until we’re together? That’ll probably be a year from now. What do I do?

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How can you tell if your online partner is serious or not?

From this online dating site called Peru Women, I was able to match with a number of women from around the world. But there’s always this one thing that bothers me when striking up conversations with them –are they serious or not? I’m still quite new with everything that has to do with dating someone from the internet and I’m very dense when it comes to communicating online.

Unlike talking to someone in person, I can’t see their facial expressions or hear the tone of their voice through chat. This is a problem for me, especially when I take interest in a certain woman. I can’t seem to push through with a potential romantic relationship with someone because I’m always worried that she may not be serious with me.

There are some matches that I invested my time in and whenever it reaches to about a week of constant communication, I start feeling anxious. How can you tell if your online partner is serious with you or not? I find it hard to understand if things are going great or if they might to choose to stop communicating with me at the last minute.

I just want to make sure that I won’t make any wrong decisions and to avoid wasting my time with someone. I’m trying this type of dating for a reason and it’s to build a relationship with a woman I’m interested in. I’ve had multiple relationships in the past and they never seem to work out.

Please folks, I need advice on this to put my mind at ease and to boost my confidence as well. Any tips or advice will surely be helpful for me! Help please!!!

Where To Find The Most Beautiful Women To Date

Taking the first few simple steps in looking for a girlfriend is important. It takes effort to find one. It takes willingness to seek for one. Who are they then? Or, where are these women?

Where to find the most beautiful women to date?

I’ve been single for over a year and a half now. I miss being cared and being loved by my opposite sex. My ex-girlfriend cheated on me. I thought she was the one, but I was wrong.

I need to be in a relationship. I need to find the right one.

I need to be cautious in choosing for my future girlfriend.

I found out that a certain website offers a matchmaking service to every single man looking for their brides. I was curious but I’m also afraid it’s a scam or the service isn’t authentic. I opened the website, it’s called A Peru Women.

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Based on the site’s interface, they match foreign men to foreign women. Wow! This seems exciting! I really want to date foreign women, and I don’t care if it’s an Asian woman or a Latin woman!

I discovered that they organize Singles Tours in Asia, Latin America, even some parts in Europe. I also read some testimonials given by men who have been in Peru Women before. Well, those are really convincing.

I also saw a lot of beautiful profiles of women. These women are so gorgeous and alluring. Their profiles are tempting also! I guess I need to take part of this service.

So here I am, asking for your advices about taking part of Peru Women’s matchmaking service. Do you think the service is real? I know some friends who have been happily married to foreign women and I want to be in their place also. But still, I need your opinion regarding all of these. Can I find the most beautiful women to date in Peru Women? Thanks y’all.

How can I convince my girlfriend’s dad that I genuinely love her? Help!

I met my girlfriend Carolina through A Peru Women online. She’s a Peruvian woman and very close to her parents. Her dad is especially protective and that is understandable. They have met me once. Our relationship is mostly online. I really like her. It’s more right to say that I love her. I’m serious about her.

I don’t want to cause Carolina heartache because of her dad not approving of our relationship. I’ve decided to prove to him that I’m genuinely serious and in love with his precious daughter… but how do I do it?

My friend told me to just propose to her. Despite knowing that we love each other and knowing that I plan to marry her eventually. I just think we are not completely ready for it.

I want to be financially stable first and she has a career she wants to grow in too. I think that just proposing will even make her dad not like me more. Especially when, despite being able to live on my own, I can’t provide for more than myself at the moment. I plan to visit her and her family again and spend Christmas and New Year with them. But I’m running in corner to corner on thinking how I can make her family be at ease about me… or make her dad understand that I won’t do anything to hurt or betray their daughter. What should I do?

How to interact with Peru women

I’ve decided to book a singles tour package to Peru for Feb. 8, 2018 with A Peru Women but, I have a problem… I’ve never met nor mingled with any Peruvian lady. Now I worry that I’d make a mess during the events. To be honest, this trip is more of an out-of-a-whim decision and I really have no clue about Peru. I just know that the Peruvian women are family-oriented and loyal partners to have.

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Would someone who knows more about Peru and its people enlighten me? I’d like to know the things I should and shouldn’t do… I’m sure that there are certain things that may be normal for us Americans but is considered rude elsewhere. I want to make a good impression and hopefully someone to fall in love with me. I’d like to get some suggestions on where to go so I can appreciate the country more. To all the kind people– thanks in advance!

 

People & PERU Culture

FOLK ART IN PERU

Folk Art in PeruPeru boasts one of the largest varieties of arts and crafts on Earth, as can be seen from the growing network of exporters who each year exhibit the skill of Peruvian craftsmen in Europe, Asia and North America. The diversity, color, creativity and multiple functions of Peru’s folk art has made it a fundamental activity not just for Peru’s cultural identity, but also as a way of life for thousands of families and even entire communities, such as Sarhua and Quinua in Ayacucho.

Works of art, both big and small, spark admiration amongst Peruvians and foreigners alike. They are steeped in centuries of history, imbued with pre-Hispanic shapes and symbols which have merged with others brought over by the Spaniards. Peru has forged a multiple and complex identity which is paradoxically one of the reasons why Peruvian arts and crafts are tending to shift towards naif art, lending their works a touch of innocence.

The excellence of Peruvian artisans can be seen in the harmony of the geometric designs in weavings, the minute portraits of peasant farming life on the carved gourds called mates burilados, the cultural mestizaje or blend in the colorful retablo boxed scenes. There are also the finely carved Huamanga stone sculptures, the complex Baroque nature of the wooden carvings, the beauty of gold and silver relics and the many forms that pottery has shaped the clay into pottery.

These works are just some of the cultural manifestations of a people who communicate mainly through art, using a language whose fundamental aspects are abundance, fertility and confidence in the future.

TRADITIONAL DRESS IN PERU

Traditional Dress in PeruIn Peru’s rural areas, the way people dress makes an important distinction, a result of the blend of pre-Hispanic influences with the European clothing that the natives were forced to wear during the colonial era.

The traditional Inca anacu was transformed by the local Peru women into the brightly-colored and multi-layered petticoats known as polleras. Depending on the region, a black skirt is decorated with a belt which can come in a variety of colors and is decorated with flowers in the northern Piura highlands or a brightly-hued woolen lliclla in Chiclayo, further south.

In the highlands above Lima, the skirt is decorated with red and black embroidered edging, while in Junin, as in Cajamarca and Cuzco, women no longer use black skirts. Underneath their skirts, the women use layers of petticoats made from cotton which can be embroidered with gold and silver threads, featuring superbly-crafted drawings along the edge.

The Peruvian poncho dates back to the seventeenth century and apparently is a variation on the unku used by men at the time. The heavy ponchos used in Cajamarca keep out the rain and are as long as those used in Puno, where they are dyed scarlet during festivals. In Cuzco, ponchos are short and feature elaborate geometric figures against a red background.

On the coast, ponchos were used by the plantation workers, and they were spun from cotton or vicuna fiber. In the jungle, both men and women from some tribes wear the cushma, a loose tunic stitched up on both sides and embellished with dyes and geometric figures typical of the region.

Traditional dress tends to be capped off by woolen or straw hats, sometimes in various colors. But in the coldest reaches of the Andes, the highlanders tend to wear the chullo, a woolen cap fitted with earflap decorated with geometric motifs.

Regional dances require different forms of dress, depending on the area. Along the coast, exponents of the marinera dance replace cotton with silk for their embroidered skirts. In the Andes, meanwhile, the danzantes de tijeras or scissors dancers decorate their fine outfits with small mirrors and embroider an image of their guardian deity on their backs.

Peru Holidays and Festivals

Peruvians have a variety of secular holidays. In addition, there are certain religious holidays that are celebrated regularly.

Each community or village has its own festival in recognition of the local patron saint. The communities celebrate their special days annually with fiestas that are often extravagant and costly to stage. The success of these fiestas requires a great deal of volunteer work on the part of community members. Financial support comes from festival sponsors known as ayordomos, who typically will be helped by other family members. Sometimes families even incur great debts to ensure a successful fiesta. These religious holidays are important celebrations of religious devotion, help affirm the community’s identity and, on occasion, serve political purposes.

Peru Festivals  Peru Festivals

National holidays include the following:

Date Holiday Festival Location
January 1 Año Nuevo
New Year
National
February 2 Virgen de la Candelaria Puno
February or March Carnaval National
March or April Semana Santa National, but most famous in Ayacucho
May 1 Dia de los trabajadores>
Labor Day
National
May 2-4 Alarcitas Handicrafts Fair
Dia de Santa Cruz
Puno
June Corpus Cristi National
June 24 Inti Rayni Cuzco
June 29 San Pedro y San Pablo National
July 16 La Virgen del Carmen Cuzco and Lake Titicaca
July 28 – 29 Fiestas Patrias
Independence Celebrations
National
August 30 Santa Rosa de Lima Lima
September 24 La Virgen de la Merced Puno
October 8 Batalla de Angamos National
October 18 El Señor de los Milagros Lima
November 1 Dia de Todos los Santos
All Saints Day
National
November 2 Dia de los Muertos
All Souls Day
National
Did you know? An important day on a Native Peruvian’s calendar is November 2, the Day of the Dead, when spirits are believed to walk the earth again, visiting their relatives.
November 5 Puno Day Puno
December 8 Dia de la Purísima Concepción
Immaculate Conception
National
December 25 Navidad
Christmas Day
National