Spectacular Slovakia #32: How to date a Slovak man

Two Americans talk about what it’s like to have a Slovak boyfriend.

American Grace Sprockett and her Slovak boyfriend Miško on their trips in Slovakia and beyond.American Grace Sprockett and her Slovak boyfriend Miško on their trips in Slovakia and beyond.(Source: Grace Sprockett)

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Dating a Slovak, or dating in Slovakia, sometimes has its peculiarities. Two Americans who live in Slovakia and date Slovaks talk about their own experiences in this week’s episode of the Spectacular Slovakia podcast. Do Slovak men talk a lot or should you be ready to do the talking? Are they huggers or less affectionate than Americans? Listen to Anna and Grace to find out.

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