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  1. #5868

    LaBoca / Habanos-Marriot.

    Hello,

    Knowing all about Habanos / Marriott scene. But nothing to do with daytime action in Panama. Can anyone explain the distance between Marriott to Laboca and exactly where to go in Laboca for daytime action? I simply never been to Laboca and want to be sure where and when to go during the day for action.

  2. #5867
    Well I used Uber and loved the convince of it. Fares were almost half when compared to Taxi. From Airport to Financial Dist, just $12.5. Not bad. Within city, didn't have to use much, just walked. Went to Boca and Amador Causeway one day. Reasonable fares when compared to US and good courteous drivers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Trifecta68  [View Original Post]
    Save your hard earned money and boycott $25 cab rides and $20 Uber fares. After going through customs at Tocumen Airport turn right after exiting the doors. You'll see one blue sign above. "Public Transportation". You'll be attacked by taxi drivers. Ignore them they want to rip you off. Stay on the sidewalk. There are no signs indicating this is a pedestrian walkway. You'll see a restaurant with a large orange sign. Chicken Port Restaurant. The sidewalk goes behind the restaurant and continues thru the back hallway and outside. Once you reach the end of the side walk (about a 4 minutes) you'll need to cross the street for the buses heading to the city. Two different buses use this route. I would recommend the large white air conditioned motor coach. They accept cash $1. 25. The city bus you need to use a bus card and they are not sold at the airport. You could ask a local to swipe theirs and reimburse them the $1.25..

  3. #5866

    Trip Report Sat Jun 30 - Wed, Jul 4th.

    My trip to Panama City was incredible. This was my first to this fine city and I will definitely go back. It sits 2nd in my top destination list after FKK Germany. Was lucky to meet and spend time with 11 Chicas across 4 days. 8 of them Colombian, 1 Venezuelan and 2 Cubans, all of them from Habanos. Didn't have to go elsewhere. Most of them GFE with BBBJs and kissing, which is not common providers by PTY providers. My friends thought I was bluffing about BBBjs but I managed to negotiate thru Google Translate in Spanish. $100 plain or $100 + $20 is the going rate and don't want to spend above that. Plenty of options. Monday and Tuesday night were the best vs Sat and Sun. Sun had least amt of options, but still plenty to choose from. Day game isn't that great. Even if you manage to take numbers of chicas and WhatsApp them the following day, they may or may not respond during the day. So when you want it during the day, you don't get it. Best is to sleep in afternoon, wake up in the eve, have dinner and be ready to pick up your first one around 8:30/9:00 if you plan is multiples thru the night. Game pretty much ends around 2:30 am. I stayed at Marriott (will post more in hotels thread) across from Habanos and I tell you its the best location. Two of my friends stayed a little away and they were jealous of me. I could just walk across to this heavenly place. Also visit Boca, will be post more in Boca thread.

  4. #5865

    Very helpful post.

    Quote Originally Posted by Trifecta68  [View Original Post]
    Save your hard earned money and boycott $25 cab rides and $20 Uber fares. After going through customs at Tocumen Airport turn right after exiting the doors. You'll see one blue sign above. "Public Transportation". You'll be attacked by taxi drivers. Ignore them they want to rip you off. Stay on the sidewalk. There are no signs indicating this is a pedestrian walkway. You'll see a restaurant with a large orange sign. Chicken Port Restaurant. The sidewalk goes behind the restaurant and continues thru the back hallway and outside. Once you reach the end of the side walk (about a 4 minutes) you'll need to cross the street for the buses heading to the city. Two different buses use this route. I would recommend the large white air conditioned motor coach. They accept cash $1. 25. The city bus you need to use a bus card and they are not sold at the airport. You could ask a local to swipe theirs and reimburse them the $1.25. Either way be sure to get on the Tocumen corredor sur Bus. Once on the bus you can get dropped off anywhere on Avenida Balboa or go all the way to Allbrook Mall. I exited at Multicentro Mall Ate lunch at Red Lion (great looking wait staff. Good opportunity to attempt to ink an evening rendezvous) and walked to Hyatt with only a light shoulder bag. Make your journey and adventure and save your dinero! Copy and paste on your phone. Use it when you get there.
    I remember travelling to Bangkok and a member making a similar detailed post about transportation. Time and time again posts, not about women, on this forum have proven extremely helpful in either getting around, saving money or avoiding problems. Glad it was kept alive.

  5. #5864
    Quote Originally Posted by ViajandoMusico  [View Original Post]
    Both places are open early during the day, but more girls in La boca in early hours. There were always surprises every time I went to these 2 clubs. Somewhat different ambient between the 2. In la Boca, more younger and girls next door type, but the rooms are horrible and filthy. La Mayor the rooms are a little better and cleaner, but don't expect anything other than basic. La Boca is more of a place for a quick bang for locals, although you can also take the girls to nearby motels. La Mayor on the other hand is more relaxed. Girls get a cut from chica drinks, so you could be out some dough already before you saw them uncovered. I do feel girls in La Mayor like to drink and more in party mode who don't necessarily provide better services. Actually I got better GFE from girls I picked from la Boca than girls from la Mayor. Also, la Mayor has a stage where girls dance and strip every 30 min. , so the setup is more like a strip club in the US.

    Only thing I differ Jboarman's post, I don't recommend walking through the neighborhood late at night.
    The area has a lot more security that can be seen. Since the presidential palace is just around the corner, the Casco area is guarded by the presidential guard aka SPI (Servicio de Proteccion Institucional) or Institutional Protection Service. Also the Mayorship has installed a very good surveillance system around the city, so the area has become quite safe. Anyways, don't push your luck!!

  6. #5863
    Quote Originally Posted by JBoarman  [View Original Post]
    When I go to Mexico, Uber is the best bet for me. Cheaper, reliable, safe and fast. Is Uber popular in Panama City with enough drivers. Are rates better than cab. Is it easy and cheaper to get Uber from airport vs taxi?
    Cabify has also operations in Panama. I can recommend Cabify, cars are sedan type and up and the drivers are more professional. No bachata / regueton / religious music at full volume.

  7. #5862
    Quote Originally Posted by Dlucaci  [View Original Post]
    Can anyone else confirm trump / Bahia does not allow guests?
    Can't confirm the guest policy, but I can confirm the working girls got banned from the casino.

  8. #5861
    Quote Originally Posted by Trifecta68  [View Original Post]
    Save your hard earned money and boycott $25 cab rides and $20 Uber fares. After going through customs at Tocumen Airport turn right after exiting the doors. You'll see one blue sign above. "Public Transportation". You'll be attacked by taxi drivers. Ignore them they want to rip you off. Stay on the sidewalk. There are no signs indicating this is a pedestrian walkway. You'll see a restaurant with a large orange sign. Chicken Port Restaurant. The sidewalk goes behind the restaurant and continues thru the back hallway and outside. Once you reach the end of the side walk (about a 4 minutes) you'll need to cross the street for the buses heading to the city. Two different buses use this route. I would recommend the large white air conditioned motor coach. They accept cash $1. 25. The city bus you need to use a bus card and they are not sold at the airport. You could ask a local to swipe theirs and reimburse them the $1.25. Either way be sure to get on the Tocumen corredor sur Bus. Once on the bus you can get dropped off anywhere on Avenida Balboa or go all the way to Allbrook Mall. I exited at Multicentro Mall Ate lunch at Red Lion (great looking wait staff. Good opportunity to attempt to ink an evening rendezvous) and walked to Hyatt with only a light shoulder bag. Make your journey and adventure and save your dinero! Copy and paste on your phone. Use it when you get there.
    This is totally true. If you feel comfortable taking the public transportation, you'll save some bucks. And this only works if you travel light, maybe a carry on. Big bags arent allowed in the bus as far as I know.

  9. #5860
    Quote Originally Posted by Mellowg  [View Original Post]
    The NEW administration has BANNED our friends.

    Useless to even check.

    Mellow.
    Can anyone else confirm trump / Bahia does not allow guests?

  10. #5859

    Panama Airport to Financial District $3.00.

    Quote Originally Posted by JBoarman  [View Original Post]
    When I go to Mexico, Uber is the best bet for me. Cheaper, reliable, safe and fast. Is Uber popular in Panama City with enough drivers. Are rates better than cab. Is it easy and cheaper to get Uber from airport vs taxi?
    Save your hard earned money and boycott $25 cab rides and $20 Uber fares. After going through customs at Tocumen Airport turn right after exiting the doors. You'll see one blue sign above. "Public Transportation". You'll be attacked by taxi drivers. Ignore them they want to rip you off. Stay on the sidewalk. There are no signs indicating this is a pedestrian walkway. You'll see a restaurant with a large orange sign. Chicken Port Restaurant. The sidewalk goes behind the restaurant and continues thru the back hallway and outside. Once you reach the end of the side walk (about a 4 minutes) you'll need to cross the street for the buses heading to the city. Two different buses use this route. I would recommend the large white air conditioned motor coach. They accept cash $1. 25. The city bus you need to use a bus card and they are not sold at the airport. You could ask a local to swipe theirs and reimburse them the $1.25. Either way be sure to get on the Tocumen corredor sur Bus. Once on the bus you can get dropped off anywhere on Avenida Balboa or go all the way to Allbrook Mall. I exited at Multicentro Mall Ate lunch at Red Lion (great looking wait staff. Good opportunity to attempt to ink an evening rendezvous) and walked to Hyatt with only a light shoulder bag. Make your journey and adventure and save your dinero! Copy and paste on your phone. Use it when you get there.

  11. #5858

    Hyatt and guest fee

    Staying at the Hyatt and went to sign a girl into my room. The clerk ask me if I wanted to register her in the room and upgraded to two people that would cost only $10.00 as opposed to just paying the $30.00 guest fee. The lady with me is someone I'll be seeing quite a bit over the next two weeks so I upgraded and registered her in the room. Now I'm going to try and see if I can change who is registered in the room each day.

    Lee.

  12. #5857
    Quote Originally Posted by JBoarman  [View Original Post]
    When I go to Mexico, Uber is the best bet for me. Cheaper, reliable, safe and fast. Is Uber popular in Panama City with enough drivers. Are rates better than cab. Is it easy and cheaper to get Uber from airport vs taxi?
    Yes, yes, yes, and yes. The only slight challenge is that the free airport WiFi can be slow, but Uber is about half the cost of a taxi from PTY to the city.

  13. #5856

    Uber or cab.

    When I go to Mexico, Uber is the best bet for me. Cheaper, reliable, safe and fast. Is Uber popular in Panama City with enough drivers. Are rates better than cab. Is it easy and cheaper to get Uber from airport vs taxi?

  14. #5855
    Quote Originally Posted by JBoarman  [View Original Post]
    I going to be spending Sat, Sun, Mon & Tue night in Panama City. How is Habanos Cafe on weekdays. Is it with less supply and more demand or is it enough supply of providers with less demand. My experienced friend is asking me to change plans and asking me to go wed, this, Fri and sat instead. But my bookings are non refundable. On the flip side I do not want to get disappointed on my first trip. Please advise.

    Thanks, JB.
    The scene doesn't change enough from one night to another to change your plans. There are plenty of chicas available every night. My favorite nights have always been Tues, Weds, and Thurs. Because I think the hottest chicas are working when there are the most businessmen in town. Those nights have the most and hottest chicas imo.

  15. #5854

    You're not going to be disappointed.

    Quote Originally Posted by JBoarman  [View Original Post]
    I going to be spending Sat, Sun, Mon & Tue night in Panama City. How is Habanos Cafe on weekdays. Is it with less supply and more demand or is it enough supply of providers with less demand. My experienced friend is asking me to change plans and asking me to go wed, this, Fri and sat instead. But my bookings are non refundable. On the flip side I do not want to get disappointed on my first trip. Please advise.

    Thanks, JB.
    You're not going to be disappointed. Numbers vary from night to night. Just a theory but weekend might be better as there's not as many business travelers in town.

    I arrive on the 26 for 15 days.

    Lee.

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