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15 June 2009
Siesta Show Webisode 71 - How to Attract Spanish Women!

For today's webisode we thought we would have a bit of fun! Susan interviews Antonio of Costa Advice Bureau and they chat about Spanish Women. They expose the secrets about what Spanish Women like, dislike and how they like to be treated.

 

Big thanks to Antonio of Costa Advice Bureau for his time for this interview.



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7 Comments

Pam said:
15 June 2009 @ 18:23

I bet you were a right one in your time with the ladies Antonio. Look forward to the rest of the interview.


Michael said:
15 June 2009 @ 20:15

Maybe Antonio could set up a dating service for us expats wanting to meet nice Spanish ladies. Glad to hear language is not a barrier too.


Terry said:
15 June 2009 @ 21:26

I think it's time for 'man on the street' questions. Spanish men are probably trying to understand how to pick-up foreign women. Cultural differences apply on both sides? So how do you act?


Terry said:
15 June 2009 @ 21:45

I think it's time for 'man on the street' questions. Spanish men are probably trying to understand how to pick-up foreign women. Cultural differences apply on both sides? So how do you act?


Don Juan / Casanova said:
15 June 2009 @ 23:04

Looking forward to next interview Antonio.
Any Social Groups on Costa Calida ? Second Time Around Groups for divorced , separated, widowed people ?
Seriously, not just dating Agencies ?
I met My Wife thro ' one of these groups in Inglaterra 23 years
ago. Viudo por cinco anos y hablo Espanol .


dr david ashby said:
16 June 2009 @ 03:04

wow antonio you are a verry wise man im 63 and my knowledge is poor on this subject i bow to your wisdom .
david


Man in Hondon Valley said:
02 September 2009 @ 06:38

AntonioRocks !! This is charming.... ( 6 months to his first kiss - how exciting !! - It's too easy now )

I work from home on my PC and listen to Antonio in the background - Brilliant. I wish we had an Antonio in the Hondon Valley where I live (Costa Blanca).



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