If you are looking for a knight in shining armor to spoil you and treat you like a princess, I’d invite you to find yourself a Chilean man. They are true gentlemen and, even if you are stepping out of a bus in the midst of strangers, you can expect that someone will give his hand to help you off the bus safely. They are generally well-educated, quite hardworking, and very warm though on the conservative side due to strong Catholic Church influence. It is of no wonder that women usually are expected to fill all domestic and motherhood duties. And, most importantly, Chilean men are usually not afraid to commit and are truly interested in having a committed relationship! Family is one of the most important parts of Chilean life, made all the more evident by the fact that divorce was illegal here until 2004.
The Republic of Chile is a country in South America occupying a long, narrow strip of land between the Andes Mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. It is the longest country in the world and one of South America's most stable and prosperous nations. Spanish is the official language and the majority of the population is Roman Catholic. Chile is a multiethnic society with the majority of the population being of one kind of European ancestry or another. Nearly a third of Chile is covered by the Andes Mountains, and the country also has forests along with the driest place on Earth, the Atacama Desert. The country usually enjoys a comfortable, temperate climate.