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  1. #18599
    Quote Originally Posted by Sperto  [View Original Post]
    No matter where you go in Rio, violence, shootings and robberies can occur. Since I went to Rio the first time 1991 I've never been robbed. No need to worry as long as you use common sense. Just enjoy yourself. Going around being scared is a big mistake. The bandits and thiefs can smell your fear just like dogs and you'll more likely be a victim.
    True!

    You can get robbed in any big mongering city from Medellin to Santo Domingo and Fortaleza to Salvador Sao Paolo to Rio. Fear is a bad aftershave so don't apply it. I've only ever had 2 skirmishes in 26 visits to Rio-more fights than robberies but I've fought more growin up in US and Europe so. Act like you know where you going-fake it till you make it. And don't bring a towel to the beach. Its got "rob me I'm a gringo" printed on it. Do as the locals do. Rio has caused me no problems and as Komo and others know I go to the gutter lookin for diamonds, I'm in the favelas at Baile funkes and everywhere in between. Just be good peoples and respectful not scared and if you try and learn portugues it will only improve everything tenfold.

  2. #18598
    Quote Originally Posted by MRusa007  [View Original Post]
    I am going with 2 newbies who are scared as hell. So I want to ensure my good friends have a good time and I don't put them into any trouble.
    No matter where you go in Rio, violence, shootings and robberies can occur. Since I went to Rio the first time 1991 I've never been robbed. No need to worry as long as you use common sense. Just enjoy yourself. Going around being scared is a big mistake. The bandits and thiefs can smell your fear just like dogs and you'll more likely be a victim.

  3. #18597
    Quote Originally Posted by MRusa007  [View Original Post]
    Thank you Balboa. I am not an expert, but 3 times Rio traveller. I am going with 2 newbies who are scared as hell. So I want to ensure my good friends have a good time and I don't put them into any trouble.

    Any specific respones on my questions on paris cafe / perola negra etc.

    Haven't been to Cafe Paris and Perola Negra in Barra.

    How does these 4 compare against each other. Which one should I go first.

    Cafe Paris and Perola Negra. How many girls are there on an average.

    We like the GDPs to be 8, 9, 10's. If possible.

    What is the entrance, 1 hour, and room fee in these places.
    Like I said, the Sheraton is great, your buddies will love it.

    They'll make you register guests, at no charge though.

    That said, during the daytime you can usually walk right to the elevator with your girl, they won't notice.

    At night they (security) keeps a more vigilant eye.

    I've never been to the 2 places you were asking about in Barra.

    Enjoy!

  4. #18596
    Quote Originally Posted by Balboa  [View Original Post]
    The Sheraton is fine!

    It's a nice hotel, great view, great facilities.

    I've stayed there many times.

    Never a problem.

    I walk to Vidigal during the day for food, farmacia, etc.

    Anywhere you go there's always some sort of risk.

    The Sheraton is low risk.
    Thank you Balboa. I am not an expert, but 3 times Rio traveller. I am going with 2 newbies who are scared as hell. So I want to ensure my good friends have a good time and I don't put them into any trouble.

    Any specific respones on my questions on paris cafe / perola negra etc.

    Haven't been to Cafe Paris and Perola Negra in Barra.

    How does these 4 compare against each other. Which one should I go first.

    Cafe Paris and Perola Negra. How many girls are there on an average.

    We like the GDPs to be 8, 9, 10's. If possible.

    What is the entrance, 1 hour, and room fee in these places.

  5. #18595
    Quote Originally Posted by DJFourMoney  [View Original Post]
    The best looking BW I have ever seen are in Brazil and it's not even up for debate. It's funny how Black women in America adopt Meghan Markle (who is biracial) but most look like Serena Williams or Issa Rae.

    I'm not into BW either for a whole host of reasons and then Pro Blacks, White Knight Canadians and Europeans don't seem to like when I say that as the former thinks I'm a traitor and the latter believes it's un-pc.

    All those men are welcome to rescue those THOTS if they must.
    Enjoy having sex with the girls you want, and forget what people tell you what to love. You just have one life and just do what you like. Men and Women are free to choose what they want to do with their money and body and who they want to have sex with.

    Many men like to play the false Samaritan.

    You are not a traitor because you like some kinds of women.

  6. #18594
    Quote Originally Posted by Dave1111  [View Original Post]
    Every country has its ups and downs, it's good side and bad. I have travelled and worked for long periods in other countries. I just spent 8 weeks in America around California. I can't say that everyone I met there was a laugh a minute. Having said that I love America and am very grateful for everything it has done for my country. Having been in Brazil every day for the last three months and three months last year, I know a hell of a lot of Brazilians who work every minute of the day. They don't lead a holiday filled life at all. I have also met loads of Brazilians who are completely fed up, poor and are totally devastated by the violence and corruption. They don't seem to be living a fun filled life either. My friends in Brazil range from doctors, lawyers, police to hairdressers and hookers. None of them are having what I would call amazing fun filled lives. They all have the same pressures that we all have. You might also want to remind yourself that it's the hard work that others put in around the world that creates what we have today. Things like advanced medicine, technology, space travel etc. All these things come from dedicated people around the world who work very very hard. Any beach resort where people sit in the sun all day, get high on drugs and drink, isn't usually the epicenter for leading the world in anything. Other than of course our favourite past time.
    The most boring country I find is in Western Europe, the hardest country I've lived in so far is Japan but I am not bored out here at least because I also have good time. And the best country I've spent my best long vacation is Brazil and Russia. Canada is boring but not the most. Now my fucking employer wants to send me to Europe (UK, Sweden, Holland or Germany) next year, I am thinking of stepping down.

    I am sure many of you would like to live in Brazil if you have the chance.

    I really miss Brazil, I can't wait to be back in August.

    Brazil makes us healthier and happier. That's why it is important to never waste one single day when we are in Brazil. Happiness is good for your health.

    Some hookers in Brazil live as well as many doctors and lawyers. There are many kinds of hookers like many kinds of doctors and lawyers.

  7. #18593
    Quote Originally Posted by MRusa007  [View Original Post]
    Oh boy. Now I am worried.

    What will be a safer location? Nicer hotel?

    Courtyard? Bestwestern in Barra?

    Please help, I have only 8 days to leave.
    The Sheraton is fine!

    It's a nice hotel, great view, great facilities.

    I've stayed there many times.

    Never a problem.

    I walk to Vidigal during the day for food, farmacia, etc.

    Anywhere you go there's always some sort of risk.

    The Sheraton is low risk.

  8. #18592
    Quote Originally Posted by Sperto  [View Original Post]
    To avoid safety issues in Copa you choose to to stay in Sheraton, with Vidigal as a close neighbor...
    I doubt you'll run into any major problems but you might wake up at night from shootings.
    Oh boy. Now I am worried.

    What will be a safer location? Nicer hotel?

    Courtyard? Bestwestern in Barra?

    Please help, I have only 8 days to leave.

  9. #18591

    Boring!

    Quote Originally Posted by Komo753  [View Original Post]
    I can't stand the UK, that's the most boring country followed by some western European countries. Regular clubs in London are just good to drink and get drunk with other dicks. People just live to slave away.

    I go the UK to fuck British women, not eastern European women but I never go to the UK because I have no interest in British women. I just stop over in the UK when I travel with British Airways.

    Brazil is good because Brazilians know how to live their life and enjoy. We just have one life. I prefer Russians from Russia over Russians from other countries. Because they are more beautiful and have a better personality. I always avoid Russian women in other countries.
    Every country has its ups and downs, it's good side and bad. I have travelled and worked for long periods in other countries. I just spent 8 weeks in America around California. I can't say that everyone I met there was a laugh a minute. Having said that I love America and am very grateful for everything it has done for my country. Having been in Brazil every day for the last three months and three months last year, I know a hell of a lot of Brazilians who work every minute of the day. They don't lead a holiday filled life at all. I have also met loads of Brazilians who are completely fed up, poor and are totally devastated by the violence and corruption. They don't seem to be living a fun filled life either. My friends in Brazil range from doctors, lawyers, police to hairdressers and hookers. None of them are having what I would call amazing fun filled lives. They all have the same pressures that we all have. You might also want to remind yourself that it's the hard work that others put in around the world that creates what we have today. Things like advanced medicine, technology, space travel etc. All these things come from dedicated people around the world who work very very hard. Any beach resort where people sit in the sun all day, get high on drugs and drink, isn't usually the epicenter for leading the world in anything. Other than of course our favourite past time.

  10. #18590

    Totally agree.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    LOL. That door swings both ways. What about the foreign chick that gets invited to a guy's country or even worse marries him and moves there just to find out what a slob he is, or that he lives with his parents or roommates and that he doesn't have shit to his name. He was just trying to escape his home life too! That is an oft played out scene on my favorite show 90-Day Fiance. Both sides trying to maintain the illusion. That is why I am not impressed by looks. Good looking, uneducated, crazy, irresponsible, unorganized, filthy chicks are 10 centavos per dozen.
    I feel sorry for the girls who come over to England on the back of a promise. There are a ton of blokes here who are potless, with no money, a pretty poxy job and no real mates. Not everyone but plenty of them here. I have known blokes who have lied through their back teeth to get a girl here. Posted pics of a house that they only rent, a car they lease etc etc. Also the average person in England isn't daft. Billy no mates goes on holiday and three months later turns up in the local wine bar with a stunning chick from Brazil. Everyone in the bar knows he's paid for her and they all talk about it!

    If you do bring someone home be honest and preferably bring someone your own age. It will save you a lot of embarrassment in the future.

  11. #18589
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    I was laughing about that myself. I remember a few years ago when the gangs stormed the Intercontinental Hotel right next to where he plans to stay. You can't run from it. It is Rio!

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...out-police-rio
    Maybe I'm naive, but I don't remember this type of violence in the nice coastal areas of Rio before the pacification policy starting around 2010/2011. The biggest concern before was mugging, pickpockets and petty beach thiefs. The gangs wouldn't disturb the tourist economy.

    I have always avoided trouble by not walking around quiet streets at night. At night, it's pretty much door-to-cab-to-door. Perhaps that's too cautious, but it works for me.

  12. #18588
    Quote Originally Posted by Sperto  [View Original Post]
    To avoid safety issues in Copa you choose to to stay in Sheraton, with Vidigal as a close neighbor...
    I doubt you'll run into any major problems but you might wake up at night from shootings.
    I was laughing about that myself. I remember a few years ago when the gangs stormed the Intercontinental Hotel right next to where he plans to stay. You can't run from it. It is Rio!

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...out-police-rio

  13. #18587
    Quote Originally Posted by MRusa007  [View Original Post]
    Sheraton. Decided to stay away from Copa due to all the gossip of military problems / safety issues.
    To avoid safety issues in Copa you choose to to stay in Sheraton, with Vidigal as a close neighbor...
    I doubt you'll run into any major problems but you might wake up at night from shootings.

  14. #18586

    Money situation

    Can anyone who is currently in Brazil, please give an up to date report on the Brazilian bills that have "free lula" stamped on them. Seems it has been causing issues in regards to some stores or people in general who are not accepting those marked bills. If this is an issue, then one must be extra cautious when exchanging currency.

  15. #18585

    Additional guidance request.

    Plan is getting finalized. 6 days / nights.

    Sheraton. Decided to stay away from Copa due to all the gossip of military problems / safety issues.

    Land there on Friday. I have been to MC and Solarium. So very much know how they operate.

    Haven't been to Cafe Paris and Perola Negra in Barra.

    How does these 4 compare against each other. Which one should I go first.

    Cafe Paris and Perola Negra. How many girls are there on an average.

    We like the GDPs to be 8, 9, 10's. If possible.

    What is the entrance, 1 hour, and room fee in these places.

    Again, Solarium and MC, I have all the details.

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