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  1. #10
    Pinga,

    In troca you rarely find one gringo. I like it because it has the local flavor and also girls from outside of Lima. They also have some Ecuadorians but in the far right aisle where they are known for their bad service. You can count them by hand the girls that are worth it. As you know Eva is my favorite, but the Pucallpina is driving me nuts!

  2. #9
    Nibu. Her name is Pili.

  3. #8
    Dick, you are really hooked on the Troca. I would guess it is the sleaze factor and cheap prices that enrapture you. I have to try that Pucallpina and see if she is as good as you say. I was quite surprised at some of the cuties that can be found there. I was not surprised at seeing some real old hags like that one that looked like 60+ and could hardly walk straight. Who in his right mind would go for that unless he is looking for a gumjob.LOL

  4. #7

    Troca

    Went to Troca with Pinga last night. I saw 3 girls:

    1) Stephany: cute slim girl, pretty, friendly, good service. The only problem is that she did everything covered. Paid my 20 soles and moved on.

    2) Do not remember the name of this cutie from Pucallpa. She gave bbbj and anal (covered) in diferent positions. She was wild and talked dirty to me all the way to the finish. She is nice looking and friendly. I will try to see her back tonight.

    4) Eva. She is the most wanted at Troca. I had to wait for at leat half an hour until the previous monger got out. She is the best service I have gotten for this cat house. bbbj, diferent positions, great ass. Tonight I will ask for anal.

    Dick

  5. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by Dutchman
    Some pics to illustrate
    Dutch,

    Nice pics with the pic of the ticket to La Troca priceless. Callao has some very rough neighborhoods and is not advisable specially if you are a gringo.

  6. #5

    Scratch that idea!

    It appears the day after I was here, they had a mini tsunami which washed out the malecon. I imagine the chicas will be heading for El Silencio,La Herradura or Sombrellas in Barranco.

    LB

  7. #4

    Pic brings up memories

    Quote Originally Posted by Lima Busy
    If you are in Lima during the summer months (Dec-Mar) you might want to check out Callao for a day trip. Callao is home to Lima's largest port as well as the airport and the famous "Trocadero" and its little sister "La Bote".

    From Miraflores take a taxi about 18 soles to "La Punta" the beach area. There is a old fort and a naval museum. down at the very end on the beach there is a strip of inexpensive seafood restaurants. About 2 blocks away is the entrance to the Malecon ( a 1/2 mile long walkway along the beach). The beach is a rock beach and the surf can be quite rough. I was down there this past sunday and the place was packed. La Punta has some of the most beautiful mansions in Lima and is a exclusive (formerly italian area). Callao in general is extremely poor and the poor folk take a combi to this area to use the beach as well. After spending your afternoon there, take a taxi to the "Minka" mall on Ave Argentina. The Minka mall is a relatively safe location and less than a mile from the "Troc". There are taxi's in front of Minka and it is a 3 soles ride to the troc. It is best to arrive around 5:30-6 pm and either take a taxi back to Miraflores or if the driver does not want to go that far, tell him to go to "Plaza San Miguel" and switch taxi's there. La Punta is definetly worth checking out if you want to see the peruvian version of a new england seaport.
    Some pics to illustrate
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    Callao- A introduction

    If you are in Lima during the summer months (Dec-Mar) you might want to check out Callao for a day trip. Callao is home to Lima's largest port as well as the airport and the famous "Trocadero" and its little sister "La Bote".

    From Miraflores take a taxi about 18 soles to "La Punta" the beach area. There is a old fort and a naval museum. down at the very end on the beach there is a strip of inexpensive seafood restaurants. About 2 blocks away is the entrance to the Malecon ( a 1/2 mile long walkway along the beach). The beach is a rock beach and the surf can be quite rough. I was down there this past sunday and the place was packed. La Punta has some of the most beautiful mansions in Lima and is a exclusive (formerly italian area). Callao in general is extremely poor and the poor folk take a combi to this area to use the beach as well. After spending your afternoon there, take a taxi to the "Minka" mall on Ave Argentina. The Minka mall is a relatively safe location and less than a mile from the "Troc". There are taxi's in front of Minka and it is a 3 soles ride to the troc. It is best to arrive around 5:30-6 pm and either take a taxi back to Miraflores or if the driver does not want to go that far, tell him to go to "Plaza San Miguel" and switch taxi's there. La Punta is definetly worth checking out if you want to see the peruvian version of a new england seaport.

  9. #2

    Welcome to Callao!

    I was in Callao (la Perla) last night for a birthday party. I parked my car in front of the chicas's house. Ten minutes later there was a knock at the door.

    Four guys had pulled up in a truck. One waited in the truck, the second stood in front of the door with a gun. Without setting off my alarm or causing any damage, the other two in less than ten minutes, popped my hood stole my headlights ,front grill, radiator, battery and fan. These guys were slick. $550.00 later and I am a grateful gringo they did not do any damage to the body. Welcome to the Callao section.Go Figure!

    Lima Busy

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