When I initially sat out to travel, my overarching goal was to live a happier and more fulfilling life. And a big part of that is being surrounded with more attractive and friendlier women. I absolutely knew that somewhere there was a world replete with beautiful, feminine and easily approachable women.
I can certainly say that I’ve succeeded in that respect. My journey, which has taken me through the tropical beaches of Brazil to the historic old towns of Eastern Europe—and everywhere in between—has been nothing but rewarding in all respects, especially the amazing women I’ve met along the way.
In every country that I’ve visited and spent considerable time, I’ve always asked myself the exact same question: “Is this finally a place with the perfect women?” It’s a question that I always ponder as I walk around the narrow old town streets, the pristine white sand beaches, or get lost in the in the contract jungles of some of the world’s largest megalopolises. It’s a question that I obsess about constantly.
The other day, while walking around the pleasant center of Vilnius, Lithuania, it suddenly hit me that, while Lithuanian women aren’t the most beautiful ones I’ve seen in all my travels (complete breakdown in a future post), they have a unique characteristic that I haven’t found in any other countries I’ve visited. Many of them have these amazingly light color eyes, either light green or light blue. That, coupled with black or dark brown hair, a friendly smile and you have a very pleasant combination.
I began thinking about all my previous travels, mentally replaying my numerous experiences with all kinds women from Brazil to Ukraine, and realized that no other women had this precise characteristic. Some women—Danish and Swedish in particular—came close, but Lithuanian women’s eyes are just more striking than pretty much any other nationality I’ve known.
For a woman to be perfect, she needs to excel in all key areas. She needs to be physically attractive, have great personality, be sexual, friendly, approachable and intelligent. That’s uncompromising perfection. It’s a tall order to fill, and it’s been truly rare to find a type of woman who duly passed the high bar. But if you narrow down your criteria to a single requirement—whether it’s magnetic eyes, never-ending legs or large breasts—things get markedly easier.
Brazilian women have mind-blowing sensuality and sexuality. In Brazil, I got acquainted with my animalistic side and wanted to rip of the clothes of every woman I saw.
Colombian women have an unparalleled stagger and confidence and killer bodies. And, like a fine wine, they only get better with age.
French women are elegant and sophisticated, reminiscent of a glamorous Hollywood actress from the 70s, courtesy of the je ne sais quoi.
Romanian women have an amazing combination of dark eyes and hair that lures you in.
Serbian women have the renowned Slavic warmth coupled with a beautiful dark complexion.
Polish women have huge breasts that are build for comfort.
Lithuanian girls have amazing light blue or light green eyes that sparkle like diamonds.
Russian women are assertive, tall with never-ending legs.
Ukrainian women are super warm and inviting making approaching smooth and seamless. When I meet a new Ukrainian woman, I feel like I’ve known her for many years.
American women are masculine, tough and competitive. They make perfect drinking buddies and dart throwing companions.
But none of these women have all the desirable traits. None of these women are truly perfect: French women can be arrogant, Ukrainian women can be extremely clingy, Lithuanian women aren’t warm and inviting, and Russian women can be downright tough and demanding.
Then, where is this perfect woman? So far she seems to exist nowhere but in my mind as a combined jigsaw puzzle made up of every nationality of women that I’ve come to know over the years. She’s like a large passenger plane that’s made up of various components manufactured all over the world.
As for meeting one in real life, I guess I’ll have to wait and see. And I got all the time in the world for that.