QUOTE (Roma @ Oct 28 2008, 11:19 PM)
Hey people, maybe i've been misunderstood.
I'm really searching for a tourist guide who is similar with my age so i can pass my time more happly (how i can enjoy staying with a 30, 40, 50 years old person???)...
Perhaps we (and myself) responded too harshly here. It isn't a crime to want to meet with some girl about your age who will work as a tourist guide and who, possibly, you will have some "fun" with.
It certainly isn't a crime to want to teach people in Moldova your native (Italian) language.
The reality is that Moldovan girls aren't necessarily "easier" than girls from other countries. Ok, the relative poverty of Moldova and the relative affluence of most of the westerners who visit may certainly make some of the Moldovan girls more desirous to attach themselves to some foreigner who, comparatively speaking, has deep pockets, but NOT ALL Moldovan girls are like this. In fact, due to the (partial) recovery of Moldova from the absolute economic meltdown which it passed through from 1991-2000, somewhat fewer of the locals suffer from such an unbelievably intense poverty which would make them so desperate. (But poverty is still widespread)
In my view, what makes Moldova so interesting is that it is so different from the West. If you learn either Romanian/Moldovan and/or Russian, your chances of meeting really cool/interesting girls will go up a fair deal; tons of them (probably the majority) don't know English or, in your case, Italian, and you will obviously get to know them on a more profound level if you learn their language(s.) To me, this goes without saying -- and a lot of them definitely feel the same way.
Good luck with the teaching and living in Moldova -- life ain't easy here -- but it certainly can be interesting.