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  1. #125

    Correction

    Quote Originally Posted by Gagoo  [View Original Post]
    I have only been through a Venezuelan airport, so no experience for me in Venezuela. I should have went before they were asking Americans to get a visa. I'm trying to complete a visit to every South American country, but I will have to leave Venezuela for a much later date. I have been to a lot of countries and once in awhile I'll see some Venezuelan ladies. There can be quite a few found in Curacao. But the best places outside of Venezuela is to go to Paramaribo in Suriname. In a Club called Diamond Club they have at least 60 to 80 Venezuelan girls in there. It is less than $50 US for an hour. Just read the Suriname forum for that info. Their currency is also crashing hard, so it will just get cheaper and cheaper.
    I have to correct myself. It is less than $50 USD for half an hour. I overpaid, $350 Suriname dollars for half an hour. With negotiations you can make it $250 - $300 Suriname dollars. Currently it is about 7. 7 Suriname to 1 USD.

  2. #124

    Other areas. Suriname

    I have only been through a Venezuelan airport, so no experience for me in Venezuela. I should have went before they were asking Americans to get a visa. I'm trying to complete a visit to every South American country, but I will have to leave Venezuela for a much later date. I have been to a lot of countries and once in awhile I'll see some Venezuelan ladies. There can be quite a few found in Curacao. But the best places outside of Venezuela is to go to Paramaribo in Suriname. In a Club called Diamond Club they have at least 60 to 80 Venezuelan girls in there. It is less than $50 US for an hour. Just read the Suriname forum for that info. Their currency is also crashing hard, so it will just get cheaper and cheaper.

  3. #123
    Quote Originally Posted by Combo  [View Original Post]
    The hassle of carrying that much cash is definitely a drawback to visiting Venezuela. I also don't like that you apparently have to apply for a visa in person (please correct me if I'm wrong).
    The Central Bank of Venezuela proposed a new set of bills (bolivares 500,1000, and 2000, if I recall correctly) to make things easier, but our president rejected the idea, apparently because he thinks that would be accepting that the inflation is winning. Madness. As it is now, if I need to pay something in cash, I need to leave the house with a small messenger bag to carry the bills.

    A solution would be to use somebody trustworthy, and have the guy be a "proxy wallet" of sorts, paying in bolivares with a Venezuelan debit card.

    And unless they have changed it recently, if you are an US citizen you would need to apply for a three-month visa.

  4. #122
    The hassle of carrying that much cash is definitely a drawback to visiting Venezuela. I also don't like that you apparently have to apply for a visa in person (please correct me if I'm wrong).

    I went to Caracas and Isla Margarita in 2001, and lately I've been tempted to return. Incredibly hot women and ridiculously cheap. Caracas, even back then, was dangerous as hell. IMO completely different league than Rio or MDE. Isla Margarita OTOH seemed pretty safe to me. If I returned, I'd probably do what John is doing and just stay away from Caracas.

  5. #121
    Quote Originally Posted by John  [View Original Post]
    Now I can tell you after spending 3 days here is it is simply not true that Venezuela all over is dangerous. It is same like Medellin, Colombia where by some areas could be safe and some very very bad. Bottom line taxis are more expensive then flights. It's wierd.
    Yes, the current economic and social climate here in Venezuela leads to a LOT of weirdness like that. Taxi drives have to charge high because spare parts for their cars often can be incredibly difficult to obtain and the prices are absurdly high (a single tire can cost four or five times the Venezuelan monthly minimum wage).

    And I always say it, crime-wise the big problem here in Venezuela is Caracas. The rest of the big cities certainly are not safe by any means, but also are a far cry from the war zone that is Caracas. As long as you stay in the good areas of the city, and use common sense, you shouldn't have problems.

  6. #120

    Valencia, Venezuela

    Ok. So first day I arrived I got in Taxi and arrived Hotel Hesperia. The hotel does not seem girl friendly as much but at this point I did not care I was more worried about changing money. Believe me on a Sunday this was no easy task. So as I mentioned before I did change money first day at range of 850 bsf to usd.

    Second day, Monday I talked to a guest of hotel and he brought $100 worth for 920 per USD. This was best I got, but not enough supply. So on Monday I tried hardest to get to Parlomar or to Puerto de la Cruz. Flight tickets cost was about $25 return but nothing is available, not even one seat but I was told it is due to high season.

    So I asked finally what is option and I was told to go spend 2 days at beach near by and drive by car to the near city. OH God. I didn't want to even leave the hotel forget driving to another city. People had me scared shitless. Anyway I asked the locals and they said it's BS. Oh well I took my chances and I hired a hotel taxi driver and they charged $15 to go 1 HR drive in a small suv. This worked good. So going the distance made me much more comfortable with the area around Venezuela.

    Now I can tell you after spending 3 days here is it is simply not true that Venezuela all over is dangerous. It is same like Medellin, Colombia where by some areas could be safe and some very very bad. Bottom line taxis are more expensive then flights. It's wierd.

    Now the worst thing that I have to say about Venezuela is only one thing and that is when you change $100 your pockets are physically not sufficient. God damn each 100 bsf is almost like 10 cents USA. Think about 100 US $ change is almost like 1000 bills.

    One time I changed $200 and it was like needing small box.

    Food situation is simple here people who don't have money don't have food but those who have it they have it all.

    John.

    John.

  7. #119

    LOS Roques

    Oh well.

    Only if I had done some research ahead of time. All flights were booked and I got stuck in Valencia, but this is my first trip to Venezuela and I never mind the learning curve. So far the way it is going there will be many more trips coming ahead.

    Talk about bringing sand to the beach. I brought two colombian girls with me to Venezuela. Hahaha. Oh well. I would rather always have extras compared to not having any.

    John.

    Quote Originally Posted by MaraCucho  [View Original Post]
    Man, if this is your first time, you are in for a treat. Los Roques is awesome, very comfy, private, and peaceful place, and if you are a beach person, there is no better spot here in Venezuela. Hopefully you have booked a room there, because at this time of the year most of the top tier posadas could be full.

  8. #118
    Quote Originally Posted by John  [View Original Post]
    Tomorrow I plan to some how get to LOS Roques.
    Man, if this is your first time, you are in for a treat. Los Roques is awesome, very comfy, private, and peaceful place, and if you are a beach person, there is no better spot here in Venezuela. Hopefully you have booked a room there, because at this time of the year most of the top tier posadas could be full.

  9. #117

    Valencia

    Ok. So I arrived Valencia today. Many people told me not to go to Venezuela completely as if I was going to get killed as soon as I get out of the airport.

    I arrived airport and tried to fly to Isla Margarita or LOS roques. I have brought in two colombian girls with me from medellin. So only when opportunity persists I will look into getting girls here locally in Venezuela. So bottom line tried to find flights but could not so I found out which is the best hotel in Valencia and I was told Hesperia. So now comes part how to get taxi to hotel. One of the persons on my flight from Aruba gave me a rate of 900 to dollar and changed $6 for me that was enough to get me from airport to hotel Hesperia. I go to counter and I am quoted 52,000 bolivars. I tried to exchange money and since today is Sunday it is impossible to change money at anything reasonable. One guy from the hotel let me have his debit card and paid for hotel and paid extra for food in hotel at rate of 850 to USD. I had to get two rooms because we were 3 people. The second room is sitting empty my girls from medellin don't even know about it. Now I am still looking to get money changed at any decent rate so I can book some girls. Venezuela can be very interesting but I will have to spend time here just like I did in Colombia. As per place being dangerous. OH well this 5 star hotel which seems like have over 200 plus rooms was 100 percent full yesterday. Some Arab girl got married in this hotel yesterday but even apart from that too many people here. Sunday is the worst day to arrive as banks are closed so not many people can get you money changed and flights stay full.

    So far I am out $265. Hotel with 2 rooms ($125). Food I have paid $100 which it seems like I may spend since my lunch here was $25. Now we have had many mojitos and on top we have to have dinner and lunch. Money as always I am spending crazily but I count that as learning curve so I am cool with it.

    But the place can be interesting for sure.

    Tomorrow I plan to some how get to LOS Roques. I want to see the most beautiful part of Venezuela. Girls and all will always come as time passes. For now I am with two beautiful Paisas. (who are pissing me off because I took them to Aruba) and now its day 4 and as always now they are on the phone. One is talking to her gringo boy friend and other is telling me she is chatting with her mother and I told them both I was born at night but not last night. Anyways they are both great in bed so just for minor inconveniences I am not going to whack them out. They are taking care of the bed part.

    Regards,

    John.

  10. #116
    Quote Originally Posted by Haitek  [View Original Post]
    You can travel by road on day time, it's safe. I take last February the road from Caracas to Barcelona then to Cumana and then to Isla Margarita, and the way back. It's was a long journey but safe. There are many police check point on the road, at least on day time.
    I once traveled for Puerto la Cruz to Caracas. Started at midnight and arrived at 4 am. I arrived in one peace but I have to admit I was scared!

  11. #115
    Quote Originally Posted by Zippy  [View Original Post]
    Hi all,

    I lived in Venezuela almost 15 years ago and haven't been back since. You can see my reports from 2001-2003 if you search my posts. Anyway, I'm planning a 10 day trip in June. Yes, I know it's very dangerous. I'll be flying into Valencia, then on to Caracas and Isla Margarita (and then reverse).

    I was wondering if anyone knows the bet way to get from Valencia to Caracas nowadays? I used to take high-end buses but I've heard it's more risky now with the security situation. Is there an airline that flies between these cities? Perhaps a private driver? I'd appreciate anyone "in the know" who can give some guidance.

    Thanks in advance!
    You can travel by road on day time, it's safe. I take last February the road from Caracas to Barcelona then to Cumana and then to Isla Margarita, and the way back. It's was a long journey but safe. There are many police check point on the road, at least on day time.

  12. #114
    Quote Originally Posted by Zippy  [View Original Post]
    Hi all,

    I lived in Venezuela almost 15 years ago and haven't been back since. You can see my reports from 2001-2003 if you search my posts. Anyway, I'm planning a 10 day trip in June. Yes, I know it's very dangerous. I'll be flying into Valencia, then on to Caracas and Isla Margarita (and then reverse).

    I was wondering if anyone knows the bet way to get from Valencia to Caracas nowadays? I used to take high-end buses but I've heard it's more risky now with the security situation. Is there an airline that flies between these cities? Perhaps a private driver? I'd appreciate anyone "in the know" who can give some guidance.

    Thanks in advance!
    I know for certain that Aserca Airlines does not have direct flights from Caracas to Valencia (you would need to fly from Caracas to Barcelona, and then to Valencia), and I doubt any of the rest of the airlies would cover that route, the two cities are too close. The safest way probably would be to ask in your hotel to arrange a "carrerita" with a Taxi driver they know and trust.

  13. #113

    Planning a trip to Valencia, CCS, Isla Margarita

    Hi all,

    I lived in Venezuela almost 15 years ago and haven't been back since. You can see my reports from 2001-2003 if you search my posts. Anyway, I'm planning a 10 day trip in June. Yes, I know it's very dangerous. I'll be flying into Valencia, then on to Caracas and Isla Margarita (and then reverse).

    I was wondering if anyone knows the bet way to get from Valencia to Caracas nowadays? I used to take high-end buses but I've heard it's more risky now with the security situation. Is there an airline that flies between these cities? Perhaps a private driver? I'd appreciate anyone "in the know" who can give some guidance.

    Thanks in advance!

  14. #112

    Barquisimeto. Jirahara Hotel

    I stayed at the Jirahara hotel (former Hilton) at Barquisimeto for six days for a business trip, which consisted of mostly morning meetings leaving me with lots of free time. On my first evening, while drinking at the bar, I was approached by a 40 something very friendly lady named Felisa who spoke passable English, although we quickly shifted to Spanish since that's my native language anyway (I'm of Puerto Rican background from NYC). She was about 5'8 or 5'9 and had a Sofia Vergara type look exotic, big tits, small waist and long legs. We chatted for a while and had a couple of drinks, she finally asked me if I knew anything about Venezuelan woman, and I told her that I did not. She just looked at me straight in the eye and told me that they were the hottest fucks in bed and that she was willing to prove that to me if I was interested. I immediately asked the for the check and took her upstairs.

    We got upstairs and quickly undressed to find myself with a gorgeous lady wearing a very sexy push up bra (like she needed one!) and a extremely tight fitting string bikini panties that really showcased her beautiful pussy lips. We proceeded to spend a good four hours during which we did anything and everything.

    I explored all three of her holes with my tongue, fingers and cock. She was extremely responsive and very wet, cumming a couple of times while I licked and sucked her nice big clit, and also cumming very loudly while being fucked both doggie and mish style. Her butthole was pretty tight and she moaned and groaned while I was pounding deep and hard that way while also pushing back against my stroking. She was great at sucking cock and deep throated with the best, and also seemed to enjoy rimming me and sticking her tongue deep up my ass many many times.

    Total damage for the event was 2500 Bolivares Fuertes which at the black market rate of 34 BF's / dollar translates to about $80.00. In the US something like her would have easily been $500 or more.

    I asked her if she did girls and she said she did and that she could arrange for other girls to meet us. I am going to take her on that and will report separately on that. She doesn't want pictures, and as far as how to get a hold of her, she says she goes to the hotel and picks whomever she thinks is 'safe' when she has the need to get some extra cash (sure!).

    Looks: 9. 5/10.

    Attitude: 10/10.

    Sex: 10/10

  15. #111

    Puerto Cabello

    Will fly to Caracas and then to Puerto Cabello for two days this week.

    Any places for a monger to know about there?

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