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  1. #5135

    Fidelity or Schwaab

    It's too late for this trip but open an account with either investment firm listed in "Title". They will send you an ATM card usable at most locations. Both will reimburse you for any bank charges. It does not require a large balance to open either.

    Quote Originally Posted by Violatedm3  [View Original Post]
    So, I landed in Lima first day and the ATM's only let me take out 400 sols and charge like 26 for the fee. Any suggestion on how I can take out more / where to go? I have a $1,000 daily limit withdrawal so I know it is not my bank. Don't really want may $6 dollars every time I take out $100.

  2. #5134

    Best way to get more than $400

    So, I landed in Lima first day and the ATM's only let me take out 400 sols and charge like 26 for the fee. Any suggestion on how I can take out more / where to go? I have a $1,000 daily limit withdrawal so I know it is not my bank. Don't really want may $6 dollars every time I take out $100.

  3. #5133

    Lima Trip

    Hi all,

    I was in Lima a bit more than a month ago for 4 days to work.

    Stayed closed to the airport (more convenient for the customers to pick me up), but I did nothing in Callao.

    Didn't wanted to go to the Geishas or a huge brothel like this, not my cup of tea.

    So I tried to find a small brothel / club in the center but most of them seems to be closed. Harem, Emporio Spa.

    Finally been to one called Soho, very few girls but met a very nice vene, went to a motel in front for 1 h30 session, to be true I can't remember the price but was not cheap.

    Day after, invited her and her friend for a my colleague to eat in a nice restaurant, 450 soles all night, illimited relations, BBBJ, COB.

    Have fun!

  4. #5132
    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    For the driving licence they will ask you have a "'carne de extranjeria", in other words you need to be a resident of Peru.
    Even though I have a DNI from Peru.

  5. #5131
    Quote Originally Posted by Violatedm3  [View Original Post]
    I can't live in a box forever mate.
    But the people in Peru can. I was saying that to say that no bars are open that I know of and there is a 1am curfew. If the law says you have to wear 2 masks everywhere then the chances of partying down like you were asking about is pretty out of the question.

    This is from 1 year ago:

    https://www.npr.org/sections/coronav...-health-orders

  6. #5130
    Quote Originally Posted by Violatedm3  [View Original Post]
    ...additional comments greatly appreciated.
    There are bars with hostess and VIP rooms that you can take girl to the VIP room. Only some will have sex with customer and the drinks are not cheap. If the bars are open, look for places with entrance covered that you can't see inside. And some are in basement. I just walked in and left if there was no girls. The ones I have been to are on major streets. I forgot where they are now but I think you can find them around May 2nd Plaza if they are open.

  7. #5129

    Trends in P4P

    Quote Originally Posted by Violatedm3  [View Original Post]
    Landing in Lima for a few days in early October. I like going out to bars for drinks and doing some P4P (like going to a bar in Thailand, the Philippines, Kenya, etc.) Any suggestions? Thanks.
    I sense that a worldwide trend is for girls to advertise themselves online (or guys to advertise the services of their girls online). That is not to say that the bars and discos will go out of business or that street girls will vanish, but the sex industry is a live and well in places like Lima, but slowly moving online.

    I have found that girls are a pretty good source of other girls as well. I can send my entire time doing referred girls in Dominican Republic, Manaus, Bangkok and a few other monger destinations, but it also has worked well for me in Lima (I got a few starter girls from Jockey, and they helped me from there). I have done this too in destinations that are truly difficult, in particular Iquitos. I started with a few online girls and asked each one of them if they had a friend. While most either did not have a friend or were unwilling, one girl was very helpful. I will have no troubles finding nice chicas if I return to the Peruvian Amazon, COVID-willing! Of course, if you are into ladyboys, they are proliferating everywhere it seems, especially in the streets. I almost took home a post-op tranny in Iquitos in January 2020, but the guy at the front desk of the hotel warned me (I came so close it makes my skin crawl).

  8. #5128
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Seems you forgot there is a pandemic.
    I can't live in a box forever mate.

  9. #5127
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnSperm  [View Original Post]
    As the title says I will be in Lima on the 29th, wondering if any of you care to share any info on ladies. Also I would like to get my peruvian Drivers License, what are the steps to take and if any of you are around I would like to get together and exchange info. I speak Spanish. Maybe we can get together and go around Lima and find local brothels. As well as local girls. Thanks in advance.
    For the driving licence they will ask you have a "'carne de extranjeria", in other words you need to be a resident of Peru.

  10. #5126
    Quote Originally Posted by Violatedm3  [View Original Post]
    Landing in Lima for a few days in early October. I like going out to bars for drinks and doing some P4P (like going to a bar in Thailand, the Philippines, Kenya, etc.) Any suggestions? Thanks.
    Seems you forgot there is a pandemic.

  11. #5125

    Will be arriving on the 29th

    As the title says I will be in Lima on the 29th, wondering if any of you care to share any info on ladies. Also I would like to get my peruvian Drivers License, what are the steps to take and if any of you are around I would like to get together and exchange info. I speak Spanish. Maybe we can get together and go around Lima and find local brothels. As well as local girls. Thanks in advance.

  12. #5124
    Quote Originally Posted by TomJackin  [View Original Post]
    Lima seems to be a fraction of what it was before "the wheels fell off the world" and even before then, I would never compare it with any place in SEA. Yes, there are still brothels and a streetwalker scene, especially in Lince, as Mr. E. reported.

    But as far as clubs and P4P, with the closure of Calle de Pizza, Tequila Rocks, and others, I don't read a lot about other options. Your best bet is to read through this thread and gather as much information as possible. Good luck!
    Thanks for the input and additional comments greatly appreciated.

  13. #5123
    Quote Originally Posted by Violatedm3  [View Original Post]
    Landing in Lima for a few days in early October. I like going out to bars for drinks and doing some P4P (like going to a bar in Thailand, the Philippines, Kenya, etc.) Any suggestions? Thanks.
    Lima seems to be a fraction of what it was before "the wheels fell off the world" and even before then, I would never compare it with any place in SEA. Yes, there are still brothels and a streetwalker scene, especially in Lince, as Mr. E. reported.

    But as far as clubs and P4P, with the closure of Calle de Pizza, Tequila Rocks, and others, I don't read a lot about other options. Your best bet is to read through this thread and gather as much information as possible. Good luck!

  14. #5122

    Earthquakes?

    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    Even with the sol weakening (1 euro = 4. 80 soles) and the Brazilian real strengthening somewhat, my food budget in Lima is still nearly twice what it was in Sao Paulo. Of course Peruvian food is delicious in its own way but that was not my point.

    Note that one reason NOT to come to Peru is the scary earthquake risk. They've built high-rises like crazy in Lima (often destroying historical buildings to do so) and I've been told the new buildings are less likely to withstand what people here call "a 8.5" than things built 20 or 50 years ago
    I was in an earthquake once (Richter 7. 5 in Guatemala). I and several million other people survived. On the other hand, I was in a car accident once and 3 of the 4 people who were not wearing seat belts died. There is no reason to worry about things you cannot control nor events that have a tiny probability of killing you.

    If you want to live a long and happy life, wear a seat belt, don't smoke cigarettes, exercise and have plenty of sex with many women. Don't worry about earthquakes, lightning strikes, tsunamis and meteors. This is not perfect advice, but it will work for most people.

  15. #5121

    Peru first time

    Landing in Lima for a few days in early October. I like going out to bars for drinks and doing some P4P (like going to a bar in Thailand, the Philippines, Kenya, etc.) Any suggestions? Thanks.

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