Aussies don't mess around when it comes to their brew. Australia's known to house some of the world’s best swimmers, and you know what that means, right? Australia is a death trap of crocodiles, sharks and some of the world’s deadliest spiders.
But don't worry, if he's an Aussie he'll always be there to protect you.
A very average Aussie relationship might go something like this: You meet at work or school, and you talk and get to know each other.The first time you hang out, it’s probably not on a formal date.One of the best parts of traveling by yourself is the people you meet.I met Nate at the hostel (poor college grad here) I was staying at in Granada, an old city in southern Spain with gorgeous Islamic-influenced architecture and flamenco dancing in the gypsy caves that surround the center. But it's not only their friendly demeanor and sexy accents that we're obsessed with, they have so much more to offer.
There’s a reason they call it the ‘Australian tan’ you know. Getting hitched to an Australian man means no more time wasted queueing at the Australian embassy or fruit picking! And if you’re really into surfer dudes you’re in good hands - surfing is considered a national sport. OZ is one of the sunniest places on earth so there's no surprise they love the outdoors. Their rugby is like our football only it means GREAT bums and GREAT legs. Personally, we’ve never seen a skinny Australian man.We started chatting on a tour of the city and then made plans the next day to get up early to go see the Alhambra, a Moorish palace complex that draws most of the tourists to the city.Nate found out I hadn't yet had Granada tapas, and we were starving after a morning spent hiking in 104-degree heat, so he took me and two others from the hostel that had joined us on a tour of the city's tapas offerings, food which happens to be free when you order a drink (of any sort).The way to an Australian man's heart is through sports. Like how they love a crazy ass adventure and are Sorry boys, we're not into the Twilight vampire look anymore, we like our men bronzed! With roughly 85 percent of the population living only THIRTY ONE miles from the coast, you better bet that most Australians LOVE the beach.meet Australians—like, so many I actually looked up some numbers, which is really hard to do for a writer first thing in the morning.