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  1. #21297

    Anyone with boots on the ground report on what Rio is like right now?

    Are some nightclubs allowed open late, past 10:00 p. Pm. ? What is monger scene like? Beaches open? Red-light districts open and safe? Anyone with inside knowledge who could share would be greatly appreciated. Been looking online and I cannot find concrete info on what regulations are in place in Rio.

  2. #21296
    Quote Originally Posted by Turgid  [View Original Post]
    I will be depending a lot on trip reports to decide whether to travel to Brazil. So I hope mongers go to Brazil in their numbers and if you all come back healthy I will consider a trip of my own.
    Now that is asking mongers to possibly make the ultimate TOFTT LOL but I'm going in January come what may (unless the airports are closed again of course).

  3. #21295
    Quote Originally Posted by Safado69  [View Original Post]
    I am not on the ground. From good sources Solarium and T65 have been open since July; I received the attached flyers in emails or received in WhatsApp. T65 is also under new management, one of the managers from 4 x4 is some sort of owner / partner.

    Cancun is now apparently called New York and will open Monday, August 3rd. It seems like masks are required in main room.

    No news on 4 x4, Centaurus or Monte Carlo.
    I will be depending a lot on trip reports to decide whether to travel to Brazil. So I hope mongers go to Brazil in their numbers and if you all come back healthy I will consider a trip of my own.

  4. #21294
    Quote Originally Posted by Safado69  [View Original Post]
    No news on 4 x4, Centaurus or Monte Carlo.
    Thank you!

    I was just about to post a question regarding Termas. Can anyone with boots on the ground add any more intel regarding if any other Termas are open. Sorry I'm a newbie to Rio, will be my first time. I was going to go to Sao Paulo, but it seems that all the restaurants are closing at 5 PM. I thought Rio would be a safer first time place for me. If all else fails I saw a YouTube Vid that showed the beach was open. I'm not sure how long that will last, but hey, this is a fluid time and we just have to make the best choices with what info we got. Thanks for your help if you decided to comment / Post because it really helps people do a little research before we arrive.

  5. #21293

    Thank You

    I was just about to post a question regarding Termas. Can anyone with boots on the ground add any more intel regarding if any other Termas are open. Sorry I'm a newbie to Rio, will be my first time. I was going to go to Sao Paulo, but it seems that all the restaurants are closing at 5 PM. I thought Rio would be a safer first time place for me. If all else fails I saw a YouTube Vid that showed the beach was open. I'm not sure how long that will last, but hey, this is a fluid time and we just have to make the best choices with what info we got. Thanks for your help if you decided to comment / Post because it really helps people do a little research before we arrive.

  6. #21292

    Termas update

    I am not on the ground. From good sources Solarium and T65 have been open since July; I received the attached flyers in emails or received in WhatsApp. T65 is also under new management, one of the managers from 4 x4 is some sort of owner / partner.

    Cancun is now apparently called New York and will open Monday, August 3rd. It seems like masks are required in main room.

    No news on 4 x4, Centaurus or Monte Carlo.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails T65.jpg‎   Solarium.jpg‎   Cancun aka New York.jpg‎  

  7. #21291
    Quote Originally Posted by Bdonkadonk  [View Original Post]
    That's a valid point. I for sure can say that I wouln't want to become seriously sick in Brazil right now, and especially when hospitals are overwhelmed with Covid patients. Also, if the purpose is to go to Brazil to monger, there is no way to do that and at the same time practice social distancing, so it would come with a certain risk. Staying home is a better situation where social distancing also is easier to maintain.
    You guys are absolutely of no help to me in my quest to convince myself to begin travelling again and start banging some luscious Brazilian beauties.

  8. #21290
    Quote Originally Posted by Bdonkadonk  [View Original Post]
    Also, if the purpose is to go to Brazil to monger, there is no way to do that and at the same time practice social distancing, so it would come with a certain risk. Staying home is a better situation where social distancing also is easier to maintain.
    Yep, that too, unless you're expert at this.
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  9. #21289
    Actually, 2200 reais is less than 450 USD a month at the current 5. 19 rate.

    I found it through this board!

    Quote Originally Posted by OneEyedMan  [View Original Post]
    Vagabundo, do you mind saying how you found this apartment? Rates at the hotel are about US $66 a night, or about US $2,000 per month. Did you have a connection, or did you find it on AirBnB? I looked at some listings, which had maps, so finding the Transamerica would be a matter of sifting through the listings.

  10. #21288
    Quote Originally Posted by Xpartan  [View Original Post]
    Another one would be asking yourself what if.

    What if I do get sick and need medical attention. Which country would offer a better chance of survival?

    It's not only about the comparative strengths of the 2 health care systems, but the mere fact that we've been at it longer and gotten better at treating the disease.
    I would absolutely prefer to be in the US if I needed medical attention. Which is making me second guess my trip to Brasil this winter.

  11. #21287
    Quote Originally Posted by Vagabundo1  [View Original Post]
    I've been in Transamerica for a month. It is great.

    First, thanks for this post, and thanks for this network.

    Cost is 2200 r per month. Awesome 22nd floor view on the veranda of barra coastline.

    Logistics are a bit more distanced. 343 bus from central / centro goes to Metro Jardim Botanica. Proprietary bus from Transamerica (395 Av Gastao Senges) goes straight to cinelandia / US Consulate hourly from 0610 to 2000. Uber of course, 50 r to most spots in zona sul.

    The working girls are outstanding! This is literally a working girl-tel!!

    The hottest working girls from Sao Paulo to Minas Gerais come here. To working girl.

    The working girl doctor (plastic surgeon) here is my buddy. How's that for inside baseball.

    I wifed up my favorite negra and she is giving me all her holes bare, we are tested, and I'm happy. But of course, I sneak off the the working girls on the other floors.

    Some residents here wife up a working girl 24/7 and just lay in bed.

    Will send some more ho pics soon.
    Vagabundo, do you mind saying how you found this apartment? Rates at the hotel are about US $66 a night, or about US $2,000 per month. Did you have a connection, or did you find it on AirBnB? I looked at some listings, which had maps, so finding the Transamerica would be a matter of sifting through the listings.

  12. #21286
    Quote Originally Posted by Xpartan  [View Original Post]
    Another one would be asking yourself what if.

    What if I do get sick and need medical attention. Which country would offer a better chance of survival?

    It's not only about the comparative strengths of the 2 health care systems, but the mere fact that we've been at it longer and gotten better at treating the disease.
    That's a valid point. I for sure can say that I wouln't want to become seriously sick in Brazil right now, and especially when hospitals are overwhelmed with Covid patients. Also, if the purpose is to go to Brazil to monger, there is no way to do that and at the same time practice social distancing, so it would come with a certain risk. Staying home is a better situation where social distancing also is easier to maintain.

  13. #21285

    That's one way of accessing the risk

    Quote Originally Posted by Turgid  [View Original Post]
    Going from the no. 1 country affected by covid 19 to the no. 2 does not seem all that bad.
    Another one would be asking yourself what if.

    What if I do get sick and need medical attention. Which country would offer a better chance of survival?

    It's not only about the comparative strengths of the 2 health care systems, but the mere fact that we've been at it longer and gotten better at treating the disease.

  14. #21284
    Quote Originally Posted by Jubby007  [View Original Post]
    I want to plan my next trip to Brazil but I don't know when next because Brazil has became a no 2 hotspot of diseases right now. No. 2 in the world for covid-19. It is a changed world. I used to monger around in Brazil now I am a lawyer in UK and own few transport companies. But I am going back to USA. I'm USA citizen became transfer to UK for study purpose but now. I did LLb and now I'm 2 exams left LLM. I was best student of M A finance was trying to my Ph. The BUT decided to change venue. I got properties in4 counties I'm successful. But the point is what is the futre of TERMA. I'm very scared. I loved HELP gone now TERMA gone? What are we going to do?
    Going from the no. 1 country affected by covid 19 to the no. 2 does not seem all that bad.

  15. #21283
    Quote Originally Posted by RioBob  [View Original Post]
    Let us know how you make out, you'll need to purchase health insurance valid in Brazil for the duration of your trip to treat COVID-19 if needed.

    https://www.traveloffpath.com/brazil...s-for-tourism/
    I've always thought that the countries that are worst hit by covid 19 could be the first to open up their borders because things are unlikely to get worse for them from foreigners entering the country. Those countries that are least affected by covid 19 have a greater chance of things getting worse.

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