In Prague they are beautiful, one after another. Gorgeous women everywhere literally. But well, you do have a point there. The thing is, Prague has one of the best employment rates in central Europe, both for finding a job or university education it is the best city not just in Czech Republic but in the entire area. So many many young Czechs from other cities move to Prague as soon as they want to start university or find employment.
You should visit Prague, it is a gorgeous city. You do get arroused a bit now and then, but in the hotel you can always use your hands in the shower so that all evidence of your act is immediately flushed away. Washing your hands clean, literally
what strikes me is how openminded Czechs are. Apart from Berlin I lived in nothing but conservative places before (Belgium is conservative apart from a few big cities, Ireland idem dito, Istanbul is conservative except for the cosmopolitan areas in the European city area). In Czech women and men share shower rooms and toilets, cannabis smoking is going unnoticed and nobody cares, there is no taboo on things like sex, it is so cosmopolitan that colour of skin or nationality is of no importance to anyone, ... I love that. I am anti-conservative myself and it pleases me to see a really progressive city, a bit of hope in these dark days when Europe becomes more right-wing. I love Prague
Has anyone ever been to Glasgow? I ask because I noticed employment opportunities are quite good there as well. I am just curious because I would like to move to yet another country in the near future (one year in the same city is enough, and I dont feel like going back to a place I already lived). I noticed on international job websites that Scotland and Czech Republic have booming economies. I have visited Glasgow before but it was a short trip and during a bad time of the year (it was winter and very rainy) so I got no really reliable image of the city. Does anyone know if it is a good place? Note: I have watching Scot football for many years so I know all about that, it is the city life itself that I am unfamiliar with, is there a bit of culture and nice things to do and see or is it basically a nightlife town only?
I doubt it could be any better than Prague though, I really loved it.