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  1. #3527
    I have had a hooker shave my balls.

    Gillette.

    3. blade.

    Brand new and with plenty of cream.

    I've hired Nina deponca to perfect her ass to mouth service in duplas.

    Quote Originally Posted by ExecTalent  [View Original Post]
    So do you prefer using an electric shaver or do you like the feel of a blade? Single or multiple? Favorite brand?

    Personally, I made arrangements with my stylist for home visits. On occasion if business is slow, we go into the backroom of her shop. In case anyone is curious, she is purely professional.

  2. #3526

    Which is the best city for GF experience?

    Hi,

    I'm an old European and I don't know Brazil at all.

    When there is a better situation for the pandemic, I would like to stay in Brazil for about 25 days.

    I will look for only regular girls, I don't like pro. I don't like to reach bars, clubs, etc.

    Repeat, I'm old, even if but I look good.

    I'd like to know some beautiful girls and to be with them in my rented apartment for 7-10 days with each one.

    My questions:

    1) I don't know if it is hard for me all that, both because I am old and because I'd like to live in my apartment with the girl for full time.

    2) In your opinion which is the best city for me to get this GF experiences?

    3) Out of curiosity: how much is Brazil expensive compared to some other cities in South America?

    4) Usually I like to give her some money before she leave after one week. How much money could I give her (around)?

    5) If I have to get an occasional sex and the girl pass the night with me, how much money have I to give her (around)?

    Thanks so much to clear my ideas about Brazil.

  3. #3525

    Staying on Topic

    Quote Originally Posted by Sperto  [View Original Post]
    For those who knew the music of Marlia Mendona she died in a flight accident. Keep shaving your balls.

    https://oglobo.globo.com/brasil/mari...ais-2-25265734
    So do you prefer using an electric shaver or do you like the feel of a blade? Single or multiple? Favorite brand?

    Personally, I made arrangements with my stylist for home visits. On occasion if business is slow, we go into the backroom of her shop. In case anyone is curious, she is purely professional.

  4. #3524
    For those who knew the music of Marília Mendonça she died in a flight accident. Keep shaving your balls.

    https://oglobo.globo.com/brasil/mari...ais-2-25265734

  5. #3523

    Iguazu

    LOL it's true that I don't realize the size of the site, I thought I would waste a little time in the bus to cross the border, but that once there I could do the Argentinian side routes on foot in one day.

    My resonance was purely financial, but it is probably not the place to have this kind of reflection. I am going to come from France to visit this place and Rio, at worst I would make myself a thermas in less to enjoy a little more of these gems than our land has offered us.

    Thanks for your advices.

    I will think about this to prepare the visit as well as possible.

    Quote Originally Posted by Xpartan  [View Original Post]
    That was a good plan until you mentioned the bus, LOL.

    I'd recommend at least 2 days on the Argentinian side, and that's with a private guide / car, which is the only way I'd go about it. Otherwise you'll spend hours on buses and border control; the distances are vast.

    Group tour buses are badly suited for Iguassu, IMHO. We're talking one of the most spectacular places on this planet. You just don't want to be rushed.

    The Brazilian side can be done in the afternoon.

    I've been there twice. You need at least 3 full days in Iguassu, preferably four.

  6. #3522

    Brazilian Butt Lifts (BBL)

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    Women willing to risk it to obtain the perfect bunda:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/19/s...risks.amp.html
    Literally, saddened, shocked, horrified and tearfully laughing at this report. Mostly laughing, but dishearten at the costly cosmetic surgeries, women are doing to themselves to gain an "hour-glass" type figure. They are indeed, literally "killing themselves" to achieve this.

    This was too funny, "...To sleep, Ms. Dayyani cut a hole in a lawn chair that her posterior could fit into, while also keeping her breasts lifted." ...kkk

    Best just to enjoy, those "real", Brasileira Brazilian Butts while you can.

  7. #3521
    Quote Originally Posted by Mnk69  [View Original Post]
    A huge thank you for the answer, I think everything must be well organized on the spot to cross the border by bus.

    The easiest thing is that I stay and sleep in Brazil and just spend a day in Iguazu on the Argentinian side.

    Thanks again!
    That was a good plan until you mentioned the bus, LOL.

    I'd recommend at least 2 days on the Argentinian side, and that's with a private guide / car, which is the only way I'd go about it. Otherwise you'll spend hours on buses and border control; the distances are vast.

    Group tour buses are badly suited for Iguassu, IMHO. We're talking one of the most spectacular places on this planet. You just don't want to be rushed.

    The Brazilian side can be done in the afternoon.

    I've been there twice. You need at least 3 full days in Iguassu, preferably four.

  8. #3520
    Quote Originally Posted by Mnk69  [View Original Post]
    The easiest thing is that I stay and sleep in Brazil and just spend a day in Iguazu on the Argentinian side.

    Thanks again!
    That sounds like a good call my friend! You'll definitely save money staying and sleeping in Foz do Iguaçu versus finding accommodation in Puerto Iguaçu, Argentina. Hotels look to be a bit more pricey on the Argentina side. Something I find strange considering the crash of the Argentine peso vs the usd in recent times.

  9. #3519

    Merci

    A huge thank you for the answer, I think everything must be well organized on the spot to cross the border by bus.

    The easiest thing is that I stay and sleep in Brazil and just spend a day in Iguazu on the Argentinian side.

    Thanks again!

    Quote Originally Posted by Xpartan  [View Original Post]
    Unless there are some extremely specific restrictions for Iguassu, there are no test requirements for domestic flights in Brazil, AFAIK.

    However, Argentina is another story, and they do require a 72-hour PCR test, but that's for international air travel. You'll need to inquire specifically about rules for land crossing in Iguassu, because the Argentinian side is the main reason to go there.

  10. #3518
    Quote Originally Posted by Mnk69  [View Original Post]
    Hello,

    I will be going to Brazil in May 2022.

    During my naughty 15-day stay in Rio, I would love to visit the Iguau falls.

    Do you know if an internal flight from Rio to foz do Iguazu requires a PCR test of less than 72 hours?

    I would also like to visit the falls on the Argentinian side and sleep there for one or two nights, do you know if when crossing the border between Argentina and Brazil you have to present a pcr test or if my vaccination is enough?

    By thanking the people who will take the time to read me and answer me, I promise you that I will give you a full account of this first experience in Brazil.
    Unless there are some extremely specific restrictions for Iguassu, there are no test requirements for domestic flights in Brazil, AFAIK.

    However, Argentina is another story, and they do require a 72-hour PCR test, but that's for international air travel. You'll need to inquire specifically about rules for land crossing in Iguassu, because the Argentinian side is the main reason to go there.

  11. #3517

    Pcr test interna flight

    Hello,

    I will be going to Brazil in May 2022.

    During my naughty 15-day stay in Rio, I would love to visit the Iguaçu falls.

    Do you know if an internal flight from Rio to foz do Iguazu requires a PCR test of less than 72 hours?

    I would also like to visit the falls on the Argentinian side and sleep there for one or two nights, do you know if when crossing the border between Argentina and Brazil you have to present a pcr test or if my vaccination is enough?

    By thanking the people who will take the time to read me and answer me, I promise you that I will give you a full account of this first experience in Brazil.

  12. #3516
    Quote Originally Posted by HoyaDay  [View Original Post]
    I showed my rapid antigen test at the airport before checking in. That was the only time they asked. Customs in SP didn't ask for any test.
    They assumed that as long as you showed your proof before you got on the plane, that is all good and done, which is basically what the requirement is Proof before Boarding, not landing.

  13. #3515

    Sim card and CPF

    Quote Originally Posted by ChristianG  [View Original Post]
    Got my CPF in 3 days, thanks all for the infos and assistance. Hope to have no problem with the sim card and not waste time for purchase one. Can't wait for my first trip in Brasil, next month.
    Try to go with Tim service (#1 prepaid in Brazil). Make sure when you activate and get the sim card, tell them to activate AND charge the service. I had a problem with them. The girl only activated the sim, paid R10 but she didn't charge it up with data. I was walking around the mall thinking it was good and had to come back to the store to find out why no data. Basically after you activate the sim, you need to charge it around R20-R30 for the service.

  14. #3514

    Brazilian Butt Lift

    Women willing to risk it to obtain the perfect bunda:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/19/s...risks.amp.html

  15. #3513
    Quote Originally Posted by Sperto  [View Original Post]
    Maybe somebody else have the same problem? LATAM site works better than the GOL site, but GOL often have better prices and flight schedules.

    The problem with the GOL site right now is that if you pick a ticket at a certain date it will sell you a ticket a day earlier. OK, so I chose a date one day after when I want to fly, then the purchase ticket will be on the right date. However when you continue to checkout to pay it's impossible to change the country from Brazil to another country. Of course you can choose your country in the top bar, but this will automatically change to Brazil when showing your search results. I also tried making a purchase by logging into the GOL site first, but then there is an error message about currency.

    I asked GOL about there problems and they told me it's because an update on their platform. When will it work? Maybe tomorrow or maybe in a month.
    An update if somebody else experiences the same problem. The GOL site for Europe continues to give tickets on the wrong date. GOL apologizes so much. BTW the GOL site had some issues this morning. They had tickets Fortaleza-Rio for 106 reais. The prices got changed to normal prices after one hour.

    LATAMs site for Europe (Other countries) works very badly. I tried calling their contact centers in UK and Germany. The calls gets disconnected after a few minutes.

    My solution was using LATAMs German site (even though I don't live there). Then it worked fine.

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