Dating a bosnian man dating or just friends
If you’re in tourist areas, expect people to ask where you’re from.
When you get out of the cities, villagers will be helpful and accommodating.
On a side note I used to hang out at a German American club when I was younger and it was a big gathering spot for Serbs, French, English, Greeks and other Europeans in addition to Germans.
Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Since most seem to be Muslim in faith, do any date outside their faith and fellow countrymen here in America? I have found those that I met to be very friendly but there is a sense they stay in a close knit community in a city. t=316624A good friend of mine married a Bosnian who lives in Jacksonville where there also is a big Bosnian population, but most they are not Muslim.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. From what she said, it depends on a couple of things as Balkan people do tend to stick together (as I know from my experience as well).
Some Western cultures have lost their family values and traditions over the last few generations.
Babysitters took the place of grandparents while carers looked after elderly relatives. It’s not uncommon for several generations to live in one house, and if not, for people to return to their villages on a regular basis.