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  1. #3727

    USD BRL 5. 26 Where to from here?

    USD BRL 5. 26 Where to from here?

    What is the outlook?
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  2. #3726

    Rio Trip, First Timer impressions

    Hi guys,

    So I arrived in Rio few days ago.

    Its my first time here. I'm from Germany, Little bit Spanish knowledge, but no Porto. So let me tell some first impressions:

    The first 2 days I just did the typical sightseeing (Sugar Loaf, Christo de Redeemer, Fort Copacabana. Etc.

    I had my apartment at Copacabana booked via Booking com, large 1 bed room for low price, what I think is so, because of low season (9 days per day 20 $).

    Tuesday I checked the typical spots, which have been here spoken, often: Mabs, Kalabria, Dolce Vita.

    Started at 10:00 pm At at Mabs. With the passage of time more and more girls showed around, about 5 girls from beginning till 7 girls when I left.

    Checked kalbria around at midnight, about 6-7 Girls there.

    And looked at Dolce Vita at 0:30 ,which was already well visited with some foreign guys and plenty 10 girls. T.

    There I had a eye on a slim tall dark skinned chick, named Ravena, agreed for 2 hours, 1000 Reais, and we left at 2 am.

    It was good session, no time pressure, she was kind, enjoyed the time, too.

    Wednesday wanted have termas day, Started with centarus at 7 pm.

    Entry 140 Reais, About 7 girls when I entered and maybe 10 when I left at 9:30 pm.

    Some girls was little bit to aggressive for my taste. Some looked not much interested.

    Did not find a chick for my taste, so headed to next ome: Solarium at 10 pm.

    Entry 120 Reais when you pay cash, 150 Reais which card.

    Prices 40 minutes: 340 for girl + 150 for the room.

    Prices 1 hour: 480 for girl +150 for the room.

    They are opening very early at 2 pm And bar closing already about 0:30, this was the time what I was told.

    Latest to pick up girl and a hour at room. I had here a nice 1 hour session with Candy, tall slim girl with cute beauty face, good service.

    On Thursday I tried social media out (Tinder, Seeking, Travefriend.)

    No chance at Tinder, but the others if you have a premium membership often helps me to meet girls at my destinations when I travel.

    At seeking I met a young fresh 22 year old girl at 7 pm, named Jennifer, little bit shy, new to business, wanted 600 are for 2-3 hours.

    So we had some food at Bicus and continued with Champagner with no time presure, relaxed atmosphere at my apartment.

    Overall the information with termas and the spots (Mabs, Dolce Vita, Kalabria) at Copacabana here helped me a lot, and I had a good start here.

    Now, as weekend starting, I will try out some clubs at Centro or Lapa, Zone morth.

    Mosaico was recommended here many times. Just struggling to find more information on internet.

    I guess its on are. Hilário Ribeiro, 243, next to Villa Mimosa.

    So I guess I will start the evening at some bars at Lapa, then head to VM and later Mosaico after 0 pm.

    Maybe you have some better advice for Friday, Saturday clubs scene.

    Will let you guys know, how my impressions have been.

  3. #3725
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Had he bought the ticket online himself without a CPF, he would have paid the foreigner price. Had he gone to the ticket office he would have had to pay for transportation to and from, in-person surcharge, and he would have still been paying the foreigner price because he did not have a CPF!
    I have never paid gringo prices for my tickets with GOL and I'm registered with my passport number. Flights to Navegantes are always more expensive than most destinations with the same distance. Few months ago I paid 96 euros for my GOL Max return ticket to Belo Horizonte. I paid less than hundred euros to Curitiba in November, also GOL Max, which is more expensive than light or plus.

  4. #3724
    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo  [View Original Post]
    A number of years ago I went to the Varig office in NYC to purchase a ticket from Rio to Curitiba. They wanted 300 bucks for the ticket, so I declined the purchase. When I arrived in Rio, I went to the varig office and booked the same fucking flight for like 150 reais! Price gouging is real for gringos.

    Side note: I have used Google flights to book buy tickets from SP to Rio and as long as you buy 3-4 weeks in advance, the price is really cheap. (Around 100 bucks). If you get off the plane in SP, walk upstairs and try to buy the next plane headed to Rio, it can cost you between 4-500 dollars.
    This is what I meant, purchase local incountry Brazilian ticket office if you don't have CPF. Not at a USA ticket office.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Enternational  [View Original Post]
    Had he gone to the ticket office he would have had to pay for transportation to and from, in-person surcharge, and he would have still been paying the foreigner price because he did not have a CPF!
    No, See above Bravo quote.

  5. #3723
    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    I assumed what they wanted was for foreigners to use their European or US website, so I tried the German website. After all, little did it matter where the ticket came from (except the Brazilians might wash their hands of any issue like rescheduling and tell me to direct my enquiry to Germany). But lo and behold, the price for the same ticket on the LATAM German website was three times as high as the Brazilian price. Dual pricing through the back door.

    .
    A number of years ago I went to the Varig office in NYC to purchase a ticket from Rio to Curitiba. They wanted 300 bucks for the ticket, so I declined the purchase. When I arrived in Rio, I went to the varig office and booked the same fucking flight for like 150 reais! Price gouging is real for gringos.

    Side note: I have used Google flights to book buy tickets from SP to Rio and as long as you buy 3-4 weeks in advance, the price is really cheap. (Around 100 bucks). If you get off the plane in SP, walk upstairs and try to buy the next plane headed to Rio, it can cost you between 4-500 dollars.

  6. #3722
    Quote Originally Posted by Spidy  [View Original Post]
    True, but is it really that much more, when considered with the alternative cost of having to fight identity theft.
    Seems you missed the entire point. The whole purpose was not to pay foreigner price for the ticket. In other words he wanted to save money. He got around this by having a local purchase the ticket online.

    Had he bought the ticket online himself without a CPF, he would have paid the foreigner price. Had he gone to the ticket office he would have had to pay for transportation to and from, in-person surcharge, and he would have still been paying the foreigner price because he did not have a CPF!

  7. #3721

    Tickets, Tickets Please...

    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    ...I'll give the cash to the garota and she'll do the bookings at the Brazilian price for us both, but I don't like this as it involves giving her my personal data.
    A tad risky, but hopefully she's someone you trust and you're not providing too much personal data, if you're purchasing the ticket, through her.

    I guess it is too late to acquire a CPF number? Anyways, good luck!

    Quote Originally Posted by The Critic  [View Original Post]
    What about just going to the local Airline Ticketing Office (or purchasing ticket in airport upon arrival) or local Travel Agent Office?...
    Yep, thought this would be the safer option myself.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Enternational  [View Original Post]
    That would probably cost more. Many places add on a surcharge for doing things in person rather than online.
    True, but is it really that much more, when considered with the alternative cost of having to fight identity theft.

  8. #3720
    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    When I tried the GOL website on my MacBook I got stuck because it returned a message error. When I tried the GOL mobile website I got stuck because there was no "passport number" (only a "CPF number" option).
    I have had my share of problems making a cadastro in Brazil, but for me the site shows an option of "não sou brasileiro". Choosing that, gives me a drop down menu to choose the type of my document. Instead of Safari, try using another browser.
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  9. #3719
    Quote Originally Posted by TheCritic  [View Original Post]
    What about just going to the local Airline Ticketing Office (or purchasing ticket in airport upon arrival) or local Travel Agent Office? I just wondered if a CPF is needed at a local Airline Ticket Office or Travel Agent instead of using online to get Brazilian pricing?
    That would probably cost more. Many places add on a surcharge for doing things in person rather than online.

  10. #3718

    booking a domestic flight

    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    When I tried the GOL website on my MacBook I got stuck because it returned a message error. When I tried the GOL mobile website I got stuck because there was no "passport number" (only a "CPF number" option).

    So I tried the LATAM website in Brazil. Everything went fine until I wanted to register my credit card. It asked for my credit card data and a CPF number (mandatory field, no "passport number" option).

    I assumed what they wanted was for foreigners to use their European or US website, so I tried the German website. After all, little did it matter where the ticket came from (except the Brazilians might wash their hands of any issue like rescheduling and tell me to direct my enquiry to Germany). But lo and behold, the price for the same ticket on the LATAM German website was three times as high as the Brazilian price. Dual pricing through the back door.

    I'll give the cash to the garota and she'll do the bookings at the Brazilian price for us both, but I don't like this as it involves giving her my personal data.
    What about just going to the local Airline Ticketing Office (or purchasing ticket in airport upon arrival) or local Travel Agent Office? I just wondered if a CPF is needed at a local Airline Ticket Office or Travel Agent instead of using online to get Brazilian pricing?

  11. #3717

    Ticket Price

    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    When I tried the GOL website on my MacBook I got stuck because it returned a message error. When I tried the GOL mobile website I got stuck because there was no "passport number" (only a "CPF number" option).

    So I tried the LATAM website in Brazil. Everything went fine until I wanted to register my credit card. It asked for my credit card data and a CPF number (mandatory field, no "passport number" option).

    I assumed what they wanted was for foreigners to use their European or US website, so I tried the German website. After all, little did it matter where the ticket came from (except the Brazilians might wash their hands of any issue like rescheduling and tell me to direct my enquiry to Germany). But lo and behold, the price for the same ticket on the LATAM German website was three times as high as the Brazilian price. Dual pricing through the back door.

    I'll give the cash to the garota and she'll do the bookings at the Brazilian price for us both, but I don't like this as it involves giving her my personal data.
    I see the garotas de programa aren't the only ones engaging in gringo pricing! Despicable!

  12. #3716

    Hassle of booking a domestic flight in BR

    When I tried the GOL website on my MacBook I got stuck because it returned a message error. When I tried the GOL mobile website I got stuck because there was no "passport number" (only a "CPF number" option).

    So I tried the LATAM website in Brazil. Everything went fine until I wanted to register my credit card. It asked for my credit card data and a CPF number (mandatory field, no "passport number" option).

    I assumed what they wanted was for foreigners to use their European or US website, so I tried the German website. After all, little did it matter where the ticket came from (except the Brazilians might wash their hands of any issue like rescheduling and tell me to direct my enquiry to Germany). But lo and behold, the price for the same ticket on the LATAM German website was three times as high as the Brazilian price. Dual pricing through the back door.

    I'll give the cash to the garota and she'll do the bookings at the Brazilian price for us both, but I don't like this as it involves giving her my personal data.

  13. #3715
    Quote Originally Posted by Sam14  [View Original Post]
    Thanks. When I flew from Philippines to Africa I needed a yellow fever card. If you're flying from the US to Philippines you don't need yellow fever card but if you're flying from Africa to Philippines you do. Same in your case, it depends on your country of origin. To board a flight from Brazil to Dominican Republic you're required a yellow fever card also.

    But you're right, the airlines might not tell you until the minute they're denying you check in. And for US citizens, it's not mentioned on the embassy entry / exit requirement page because they assume US is the country of origin. Probably same with Europe too.
    Like others have reported, I too know of someone who was denied boarding en route to Colombia from GIG because he was not vaxxed for yellow fever. Wasted plane ticket down the drain!

    Does anybody know if there are any other South American countries, like Colombia, that require or "sometimes require" yellow fever certificates when traveling by air from Brazil? Does Argentina require yellow vax? How about Bolivia? I'm thinking of traveling to these countries during my next jaunt down to South America. It would suck to by plane tickets and then be denied boarding because I don't have a yellow fever certificate.

  14. #3714

    No more Ueber Eats in Brazil

    This is a minor setback. I liked to live in an AirBnB in order to order food from time to time.

    The food delivery app cornering the market in Brazil is Ifood and it requires a CPF to register. It can be set up with Google Pay but I don't even know if I can use Google pay with my European credit card. Anyway I don't want to find out since I am not using my main Google account on the smartphone I'm moving around with in SP as the risk of the phone being stolen is high.

    A warning about cash: money changers are closed not only on Sunday but also on Saturday. The only way to get cash over the week-end is from ATMs (but banks are also closed and I'm reluctant to use them outside banking business hours in case my card remains stuck).

  15. #3713

    Or my idea of a hot Cougar

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    Not what we mean by going to Brazil to get some pussy!

    https://metro.co.uk/2022/05/24/brazi...-16698685/amp/
    Good chuckle! Surprised he stuck around to film it.

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