Dating sweden girls
Plus summers in Sweden can be glorious – summer nights are long throughout the country and you even get the midnight sun up north – and many of the beaches are fantastic.
Even the far north, where the mercury can plummet to -40°C in the winter, can get hot.
A word of advice: Many Swedes think it’s rude to pry and ask personal questions, so don’t be offended if your new Swedish friend doesn’t ask for your life history. Once you’ve got past that ‘obstacle’, the Swede is as friendly and warm as anyone else.
I recently spoke with a Swedish manager who has tried to bring in an open-door policy at his office at an Asian car company, actively encouraging his employees to share their opinions or raise problems.Considering that old Saabs are known to run for 1 million-plus kilometres, they should be on the roads for a while yet, anyway.When I moved here in 2001 it was a shock to find that most things cost about the same as in the UK.Exaggerations aside, the average Swede is less likely to talk to a stranger, unless being asked for directions.I think it could be something to do with the weather: if it’s cold and wet you’re less likely to take the time to stop and chat to people in the street, and that behaviour becomes ingrained.