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  1. #4863

    Pining for good old days?

    Yes, from Helpeee 2008!
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  2. #4862
    Quote Originally Posted by NicFrenchy  [View Original Post]
    Despite the Photo Gallery Chit Chat, you'll always have lazy posters that aren't bothered which thread they are at and hijack without a second thought.

    Wait, I've just done it too. \12484_.
    If you look at the photo galleries in various destinations, you will find many types of photos including tourist photos. It probably would be better if "Photo Gallery" would be reclassified as "Provider Photo Gallery."

  3. #4861
    Quote Originally Posted by AussieGaigin  [View Original Post]
    This is the PHOTO GALLERY.

    Why all the discussion about restaurant menus?
    Despite the Photo Gallery Chit Chat, you'll always have lazy posters that aren't bothered which thread they are at and hijack without a second thought.

    Wait, I've just done it too. \12484_.

  4. #4860
    This is the PHOTO GALLERY.

    Why all the discussion about restaurant menus?

  5. #4859
    Quote Originally Posted by ExecTalent  [View Original Post]
    Personally, I love reading stories about Rio's past. It would be great to create a few threads in the lower section by period - 1990 - 1995,1995 - 2000, etc.

    My tendency is when I meet someone who has real life experiences is to buy them lunch, dinner or a drink, sit back listen and occasionally ask a question or two. Way too many academics in this world for me who love listening to themselves talk, speculate and misinform. As someone who joined the Rio party a little later, I often wonder why those who came before think Brazilians are so untrustworthy. Was it hyper-inflation and not knowing what tomorrow would bring?
    Brazil is full of poverty and you shouldn't trust any of them. They will rob you blind. Never tell anyone you have money. You are a uber driver.

  6. #4858
    Quote Originally Posted by BionicMan  [View Original Post]
    Prices in the list were in USD and you paid in the local currency (whatever name it had that month), according to the daily (sometime changing from morning to evening) exchange rate.

    I recalled I had some small change before leaving one day and I picked up a (weekly) magazine which tag price was right the money I had in the pocket. I hand over the money and the guy says "sorry, not enough, it's 50% more".
    No, the prices were in cruzeiros (CR $), just as it said in my post. Inflation yes, but no need to have a menu with prices in a foreign currency.

    You guys speak about Brazil being cheap now, but in 1991 it was dirt cheap. In Help you didn't even have to buy drink tickets. Just walk up to the bar man with some notes in your palma and shake his hands and you had your drink quickly. Not to mention the girls, they were all for free if you were young and had some charm. Maybe RioBob remembers? I envy him, who experienced Help in the late eighties. There must have been some hairy bushes.

  7. #4857
    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    Sperto,

    I'm guessing if that menu is from 1993 the disco had to print a new menu almost every day. The inflation rate was over 1900% that year. It was crazy how all Brazilians had to find ways to deal with hyperinflation in their daily lives.
    Prices in the list were in USD and you paid in the local currency (whatever name it had that month), according to the daily (sometime changing from morning to evening) exchange rate.

    I recalled I had some small change before leaving one day and I picked up a (weekly) magazine which tag price was right the money I had in the pocket. I hand over the money and the guy says "sorry, not enough, it's 50% more".

  8. #4856
    Is Casarao open now?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordico  [View Original Post]
    For me, Casarao is a state of mind (mine). I'm older than an average patron, but in Casarao it really doesn't matter. Sometimes I love it and sometimes I hate it. Last time I went there after a night in Bomboa in March 2020, I felt, it's a zoo. I still love it and miss it. For a newbie, just know where your wallet is, in many senses. Its totally safe environment.

  9. #4855
    Quote Originally Posted by ExecTalent  [View Original Post]
    Personally, I love reading stories about Rio's past. It would be great to create a few threads in the lower section by period - 1990 - 1995,1995 - 2000, etc.
    As someone who joined the Rio party a little later, I often wonder why those who came before think Brazilians are so untrustworthy. Was it hyper-inflation and not knowing what tomorrow would bring?
    Inflation, yeah, but there was also a little thing called the Governo Militar. It was, as the saying goes, the best of times and the worst of times.

  10. #4854
    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrl01  [View Original Post]
    I have the iFone 12 Pro, ISG will not accept my fotos. Anything you can do about that?
    Probably the image size is too large. Try sending it first to yourself with the mail app, then save it. After you press the arrow to send the mail, the app will ask you the image size you want to send. You can also WhatsApp the photos to yourself. You can not choose the image size, but it will reduce the size of the file.

  11. #4853

    In re: Photo Gallery

    Quote Originally Posted by ExecTalent  [View Original Post]
    Personally, I love reading stories about Rio's past. It would be great to create a few threads in the lower section by period - 1990 - 1995,1995 - 2000, etc.

    My tendency is when I meet someone who has real life experiences is to buy them lunch, dinner or a drink, sit back listen and occasionally ask a question or two. Way too many academics in this world for me who love listening to themselves talk, speculate and misinform. As someone who joined the Rio party a little later, I often wonder why those who came before think Brazilians are so untrustworthy. Was it hyper-inflation and not knowing what tomorrow would bring?
    I have the iFone 12 Pro, ISG will not accept my fotos. Anything you can do about that?

  12. #4852

    Rio Old Days

    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Most of the places, you'll remember, had the prices written in pencil. Whenever inflation made a note near worthless, it was almost customary to throw them into the street, kinda a statement. Having spent most 1992 and 1993 in Rio, we'd throw them out our window over Atlantico.
    Personally, I love reading stories about Rio's past. It would be great to create a few threads in the lower section by period - 1990 - 1995,1995 - 2000, etc.

    My tendency is when I meet someone who has real life experiences is to buy them lunch, dinner or a drink, sit back listen and occasionally ask a question or two. Way too many academics in this world for me who love listening to themselves talk, speculate and misinform. As someone who joined the Rio party a little later, I often wonder why those who came before think Brazilians are so untrustworthy. Was it hyper-inflation and not knowing what tomorrow would bring?

  13. #4851
    Quote Originally Posted by Sperto  [View Original Post]
    You always had to exchange a little bit of money each time. Cruzado, cruzado novo, cruzeiro and cruzeiro real. Sometimes they didn't make new bank notes, just stamped "novo" on the
    Most of the places, you'll remember, had the prices written in pencil. Whenever inflation made a note near worthless, it was almost customary to throw them into the street, kinda a statement. Having spent most 1992 and 1993 in Rio, we'd throw them out our window over Atlantico.

  14. #4850
    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    Sperto,

    I'm guessing if that menu is from 1993 the disco had to print a new menu almost every day. The inflation rate was over 1900% that year. It was crazy how all Brazilians had to find ways to deal with hyperinflation in their daily lives.
    You always had to exchange a little bit of money each time. Cruzado, cruzado novo, cruzeiro and cruzeiro real. Sometimes they didn't make new bank notes, just stamped "novo" on the notes.

    Sidenote: As RioBob might remember, one of the best exchange rates in Rio at that time you got at Help (where you bought tickets).

    Brazil was really cheap at that time. A different Brazil. No silicone, much less fat people and hairy pussies.

  15. #4849
    Quote Originally Posted by Sperto  [View Original Post]
    Just some nostalgia from 1993.

    I stumbled upon this old menu from LE Maxims's Disco Bar. Prices in cruzeiros. The club was located on the top floor of Rio Sul, 44: th floor. A very fancy club with great view, it's own heliport and very beautiful girls going there. Many international stars used to visit Maxim's.
    Sperto,

    I'm guessing if that menu is from 1993 the disco had to print a new menu almost every day. The inflation rate was over 1900% that year. It was crazy how all Brazilians had to find ways to deal with hyperinflation in their daily lives.

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