The typical male expat has it handed to him on a plate.
Marriage is not such a serious matter here it seems.
I’ve been promised love, marriage, children (natural and adopted), meeting the family and even a house overlooking Lake Victoria! It’s quite usual for your male Ugandan suitor to be: Make your own mind up ladies but don’t believe everything you hear. Experience Uganda with me: cultural (mis)interpretations, expat travel advice, travel and tourism, wildlife and birds, Safari field trips, conservation, East African culture, volunteering and the occasional cross-border bus journey.
Enjoy the moment, as that’s probably all it is, despite what they say.
One of my friends returned to the UK just to find a boyfriend, and it’s not a bad idea. "I met him at a party of yours; he seems fun.” “He’s spoiled goods. I bumped into a British expat acquaintance and his wife at a bar one night. (The last thing I’m interested in is sleeping with your husband. Friends tease me for going out with younger men, but younger men’s love lives are less complicated; they are less likely to be married.
When she had been on holiday in London, she found no end of available dates, but here in Kampala? At a function of expat old-timers, I asked a married male friend of mine to find me a boyfriend.