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In my class, there were people from Latvia, Brazil, America, England, Mexico, Dominica, and Kenya – that was in a class of 15 - all to be with German partners.
I have been living here for about two years and four months, though sometimes it feels way longer than that, but not in a negative way.
The customs, the people, the language and lifestyle do not seem as foreign as I sometimes expect them to.
It just seems like it would be impossible to maintain such a super economy on people literally working these tiny, odd hours a day.
Stores and offices close at ridiculously early hours. If I didn't like Germany after a couple of years, my husband said he would uproot the business and relocate to anywhere of my choice.
The town is famous for its Schwebebahn [monorail] and tourist promo aside, it really is a lovely way to get around and see the city, literally from above.
What brought you to Germany and how long have you been here?
The idea of making it into a business venture came only after the third month after getting daily requests from singles all over the world, requesting that we start a dating site.
Is it important for you to be able to speak German in your position? Because, we have mostly an international platform as our member base, or Germans who speak English, I haven’t been forced to speak a lot of German.
What are the best and worst parts about working in Germany? My friends in the Caribbean and North America get pretty upset when I flaunt holidays that they have never heard about in their faces on Facebook.
The worst part would be the opening hours for everything.
I live just outside of Düsseldorf; well that is usually what I tell non-Germans.