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  1. #12670

    Good Reportage - Final thoughts on Brazil

    Quote Originally Posted by SinfullyKorean  [View Original Post]
    I've written plenty on the sessions I had, so in this post, I'll share my experience on planning the trip and the overall expenses. The people are some of the friendliest (been to Korea, Japan, Mexico, Canada, Thailand, and Vietnam). I thought I'd see machismo and even racism (because it's so common in the US), but I hardly noticed it. At the very least, learn these two phrases: Obrigado (thank you) and Desculpa (I'm sorry, or excuse me).
    SK Your reporting (Format and Details) has been a delight to read. I am sure your intent was met to be very informative to newbies. Look forward to future reports of your next destinations.

    Note. As mentioned there is no need to exchange money at the Airport. Anyone can get from GRU airport to your hotel cashless via UBER or use credit card at the Guarucoop Taxi Stand. Then find appropriate ATM for funds.

  2. #12669
    Quote Originally Posted by SinfullyKorean  [View Original Post]
    Rio and SP are so different. I'd actually like to spend about 2 weeks in each cities on separate trips.
    That's actually the plan since I'm only going for two weeks I didn't want to do 1 week in each city. I'd rather enjoy the city / culture and pace myself. What I'm more concerned about is the crime since I enjoy walking around which seems like a bad idea in some areas. But I will most likely go to SP in Sept.

  3. #12668

    100% agree

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    You can't / really shouldn't make a decision to go to Sao Paulo based on what you experience in Rio. Two very different cities where the game must be played differently in order to succeed. You really need to do both cities to see which one you like best. I enjoy both, and can no longer make a trip to Brazil without planning to visit each city.
    Rio and SP are so different. If you like one or the other better, it says more about you (and your personal preferences) than it does about the city (not in a bad way. lol). Both have much to offer. I don't think I gave Rio a fair shot. I'd actually like to spend about 2 weeks in each cities on separate trips.

  4. #12667

    Decisions

    Quote Originally Posted by Palcon  [View Original Post]
    Wow she looks stunning. I plan on going to Rio solo for the first time end of July. Got some advice from sinfullykorean from his recent trip too. Plan is to go to SP in Sept depending on my experience in Rio.
    You can't / really shouldn't make a decision to go to Sao Paulo based on what you experience in Rio. Two very different cities where the game must be played differently in order to succeed. You really need to do both cities to see which one you like best. I enjoy both, and can no longer make a trip to Brazil without planning to visit each city.

  5. #12666

    Tbh

    Quote Originally Posted by Palcon  [View Original Post]
    Wow she looks stunning. I plan on going to Rio solo for the first time end of July. Got some advice from sinfullykorean from his recent trip too. Plan is to go to SP in Sept depending on my experience in Rio.
    To be fair, read my first post from a few days ago and the ensuing convo thread. Although I admit I'm starting to warm up a little bit, I feel like I'm still just "making the best of it" here in SP. Now contrast that with my Rio reports from 2016. Lets just say that so far, I'm still looking forward to Rio at the end of this week.

  6. #12665
    Quote Originally Posted by ShawMan74  [View Original Post]
    Finally after sinfullykorean's one man advocacy campaign for prives (LOL just kidding), I went to one.
    Wow she looks stunning. I plan on going to Rio solo for the first time end of July. Got some advice from sinfullykorean from his recent trip too. Plan is to go to SP in Sept depending on my experience in Rio.

  7. #12664

    Point break

    Just returned from another week in Sao Paulo.

    I stayed in Itaim Bibi, Transamerica Classic Victoria hotel. I ad ladies visit me at the hotel and they did need to sign in but during my late night rendezvous the gut working the desk would just wink and let her go up when I met them in the lobby. I made sure to tip him well when I left. Location was great for some really good food options in walking distance. Modern Momma Osteria is a great place for Italian food. No reservations but the vibe is good inside and out a lot of attractive girls waiting to get in and its great for couples or a date night. That 4 block radius has a Soho, NYC vibe at night IMO. While waiting for my table at Modern I went a good 5 minutes forgetting that I'm still in Brazil but I snapped out of that real quick.

    Bradesco bank, Carrefour, supermarkets, 2 gelato places, and other hotels all really clumped together in a nice neighborhood with little boutiques for shopping etc. My favorite area that I have stayed in so far.

    Private55 browsing and I decided to zap Camila to see if she was available. Beach blonde from Rio staying in Jardins but I asked her to come to me. I told her to come casual and she sure did LOL. Sneakers, no makeup and a denim romper and as soon as she walked in she tackled me. Half because she was cold and half because during the zap back and forth we were trading memes before she arrived. I always ty to break the ice with meme's with the younger ones. She is a talker though so I had to keep the agenda on track in certain spots to get her to stop talking at times LOL but even then talking with her was really fun and she speaks a little English.

    After some small talk about music and we play danced a little and then proceeded to the bedroom. She definitely aims to please but I could tell she needs to be comfortable first. Beautiful naked tanned body with no enhancements from yoga and beach life. Physically she gives as much as she takes so the sex was amazing. She stayed for two hours and we grabbed lunch after.

    She didn't get any of the point break references of course. Before her time LOL.

  8. #12663

    Final thoughts on Brazil

    I've written plenty on the sessions I had, so in this post, I'll share my experience on planning the trip and the overall expenses. The people are some of the friendliest (been to Korea, Japan, Mexico, Canada, Thailand, and Vietnam). I thought I'd see machismo and even racism (because it's so common in the US), but I hardly noticed it. At the very least, learn these two phrases: Obrigado (thank you) and Desculpa (I'm sorry, or excuse me).

    Flights

    RT from LAX to SP was $534.50 on United, purchased for 42,758 chase rewards points. Chase also gave me 10% off on my hotel booking because I bought the plane ticket with points. The flight to and from SP via United was VERY pleasant. To SP, flight was about 35% capacity. I had a 3 seat window row all to myself for 10 hrs. On the way back, I had a 2 seat window row to myself for 9 hrs.

    RT from SP to Rio was $40 airfare and $12 checked bag each way (which I didn't really need) for a total of $64. Plan on booking at least 3 weeks in advance for the best rates. $50 RT seems to be the regular price. For domestic flights, plan on getting to the airport about 1 to 1. 5 hrs in advance in case of language barriers, getting lost, security check, etc. I have this strange anxiety and stress until I pass security checks.

    Cash Exchange

    You probably won't need cash right away (unless you're taking a taxi, which everyone discourages). If you DO want to exchange it at the airport for a little peace of mind, be prepared to lose 25% value on your conversion rate.

    Hotels

    Bourbon Convention Ibirapuera Hotel

    $38 a night after fees in a Double Deluxe Executive suite. Bourbon Convention Ibirapuera Hotel was SUPER convenient. Highly recommended for first time visitors. Internet speed was decent: 35 Mbps down, 10 Mbps up. Sound proofing was the best out of the 3 hotels I stayed in (Astoria in Rio, Tsue Palace in SP). It's within walking distance from 6 clinicas and club and next to the Ibirapuera mall. Ibirapuera mall has lots of shops, including 3 drug stores (you can get a PCR or antigen test on the 2nd floor: Drogaria Sao Paulo) and a currency exchange shop on the 3rd floor next to Itau bank. VIVO phone store (along with an English speaking manager) are also on the 3rd floor.

    Astoria Palace (Copacabana)

    $50 per night after fees. This hotel is in a very convenient location. It has the Copacabana club, MAB's, and Dolce Vita all within walking distance. Internet speed was slightly lower than Bourbon's. Breakfast was included, and I enjoyed it 2 days out of 4. They serve coffee, juices, fruits, yogurt, cereal, pastries (including the cheese bread), sausages, scrambled eggs, and quiche.

    But you can tell the hotel's pretty old. Rooms are very small. It had an old mildew smell when I walked in. And the worst thing was the noise. At first, I was on the 6th floor and I could hear all the noise from the restaurants outside until about 12-1 AM. The next day, I told them about the noise and they moved me to the 13th floor (top most floor of the hotel rooms). Great, friendly service. But, now I could hear the elevator clanking every time it moved. It sounded like gym weights slamming against each other, until 1 AM-2 AM. One inconvenience was trying to find a market close by.

    Tsue Palace Hotel

    $40 per night. Found this place via AirBnb and just a few blocks away from the Bourbon hotel. It was nice and cozy. It has a a separated bedroom and living room, as well as a balcony. Internet was SUPER slow, 2 Mbps down and. 5 up. I asked the front desk what's up, and they told me that if I book via the hotel, the speed's faster (guess the hotel managed rooms are closer to the access point). Walls are very thin. I think they just don't have the insulation that blocks out noise. Instead, the walls are concrete and carry noise very well.

    Lots of WGs seem to live here. Monthly rent is about R4000. I believe this includes housekeeping, internet, and utilities. Another ISGer told me he saw lots of WGs walking in and out as he sat in the lobby, when he stayed at Tsue Palace for a month. And as I was having dinner on my last day in SP at the restaurant next door (Terra Fruta), that buddy and I saw a very cute girl at another table. He asked her to join us for a bit. Turns out she also lived at Tsue Palace and told us she'll be headed to Scandallo after dinner. As I'm interested in short term leases, I asked her how much the rent is and she says R4100 per mo. I also verified later with the receptionist, who told me R4080 per mo.

    Phone

    You won't be able to get a new line at the airport, unless you have a CPF number. I had to go to the Ibirapuera mall, 3rd floor. VIVO for $10/ mo with 5 GB data. But my data wasn't available for 2 days. This is a major inconvenience since almost everything you need to do is with data (eg. Uber, google translate, scanning QR code and online menus). You can use Google translate offline mode. But it's easier to have the app automatically transcribe AND translate for you, without needing to type everything in (can you imagine asking someone to type in their answers for you on your phone? Some members have suggested Google Fi. But Google Fi service was not as good as Verizon for me in the US. Also, VIVO's equivalent plan from Google Fi would cost me $70 ($20 base + $50 for 5 GB data) vs VIVO's $10. Data recharge on VIVO is also relatively cheap. Anyways, once you get over the initial inconvenience, it works great.

    Uber

    Cost me $114 for 2 weeks. The most expensive trips were to the international airport ($10-$25) and Connection ($6-8) each way. Make sure you keep the windows rolled down and wear a mask inside UBER. Before you book your ride, there's an "agreement" clause in the app saying that you'll keep the window open (whenever possible) and you'll wear a mask. Drivers will rate you poorly if you don't.

    Food

    If you're eating in a restaurant every day, it'll probably cost you about $10-$20 per meal. $20 would be splurging. I found most of the food to be ok, nothing spectacular. Unfortunately, I don't think I tried any ethnic Brazilian foods this time.

  9. #12662
    Quote Originally Posted by ShawMan74  [View Original Post]
    REALLY wanted to get a report for you guys tonight but the day just got away from me and I can't muster up the oompf to go out there and get laid. Man I even got dressed, threw on some cologne and everything LOL! I think part of it is that I don't want to be out too late here. Something about standing out in the cold in the empty street waiting for an uber just doesn't do it for me. Hell, half the restaurants are closed by 7 pm. I know its a reason but its no excuse when club Bahamas is open 24 h and is only 7 min ride away from where I stay.

    No worries. I'll get started bright and early tomorrow and try to get 2 in somehow! Does anybody have the 411 on club Bahamas? I searched the forum to no avail, their website makes them seem pretty legit.
    LOL Take things at your own pace. Sao Paulo is a bit chilly, especially at night as the wind seems to pick up. As Cane also mentioned, don't take your safety for granted just because you're in SP, either.

    I think you started your experience right, at Connection. They have the hottest selections. And if you're only there for a week, you're not going to have time to filter out for the best deals, anyways. From what I've read here, 700-800 R / HR at Scandallo doesn't sound bad for a short time visitor.

    Don't forget to check out the clinicas, too! There are about 6 within walking distance of each other in Moema: Prime, Abbobora, Mirunas, Enjoy, 57 House Friend's Club, and Carinas (sorted by my preference). It might take about an HR to visit each one by foot. Staff changes each day, and some of the popular ones might be busy when you visit. So it's worth repeating even if you don't find someone attractive on a given day.

  10. #12661

    Bahamas Club

    Quote Originally Posted by ShawMan74  [View Original Post]
    REALLY wanted to get a report for you guys tonight but the day just got away from me and I can't muster up the oompf to go out there and get laid. Man I even got dressed, threw on some cologne and everything LOL! I think part of it is that I don't want to be out too late here. Something about standing out in the cold in the empty street waiting for an uber just doesn't do it for me. Hell, half the restaurants are closed by 7 pm. I know its a reason but its no excuse when club Bahamas is open 24 h and is only 7 min ride away from where I stay.

    No worries. I'll get started bright and early tomorrow and try to get 2 in somehow! Does anybody have the 411 on club Bahamas? I searched the forum to no avail, their website makes them seem pretty legit.
    Well, here's my write-up of my experience there. Others have had their own. You can do a search on this thread to read.

    http://www.InternationalSexGuide.nl/forum/showthread.php?p=2370470

  11. #12660

    The better part of valor

    REALLY wanted to get a report for you guys tonight but the day just got away from me and I can't muster up the oompf to go out there and get laid. Man I even got dressed, threw on some cologne and everything LOL! I think part of it is that I don't want to be out too late here. Something about standing out in the cold in the empty street waiting for an uber just doesn't do it for me. Hell, half the restaurants are closed by 7 pm. I know its a reason but its no excuse when club Bahamas is open 24 h and is only 7 min ride away from where I stay.

    No worries. I'll get started bright and early tomorrow and try to get 2 in somehow! Does anybody have the 411 on club Bahamas? I searched the forum to no avail, their website makes them seem pretty legit.

  12. #12659
    Quote Originally Posted by ShawMan74  [View Original Post]
    Once I get to scandello, I went to the restaurant area where I was greeted with a sense of instant confusion. Do I just seat myself? How am I supposed to initiate contact with the girls? Am I even supposed to be the one to do that? Someone finally clued me in that the rules are, there are no hard and fast rules. Ok, cool. As I was sipping my drink just floored by the talent that was there, a sexy little thing came right up and sat down next to me. A traveling dancer hippie girl with well conditioned muscles by the name of "Natacha". We made chit chat (through google translator) over our feelings about sao paulo and then we went to a room. (she wanted 1000 but I countered 800 to which she agreed instantly, no hassles.) after DFK and bbj, she had me go over of the edge of the bed so she could handstand the ground and grind me upside down (with her legs wide open). Upon dismount she bent over and touched the floor, inviting me in, so we went at it that way for a bit. Then over to the bed for full missionary where she had me locked in a full guard until I tapped out, with a smile on my face. And hers too LOL. We spoke for a bit, exchanged numbers, and she's been texting me ever since. Maybe sao paulo is not without its charms.
    I'm glad Scandallo is back to its usual hours and that many guys are enjoying the girls. Keep it up guys so we can pitch in our help and not only keep the likes of Scandallo up but also the clinicas as well.

  13. #12658

    Awesome Update

    Quote Originally Posted by ShawMan74  [View Original Post]
    Alright then, here we are. My first sao paulo report. But first, a little housekeeping.

    I've been to thailand and can vouch emphatically. Just to clear things up, I LOVE Brazil. Please don't take my feelings about sao paulo to be extended towards Brazil as a whole. The culture is the best and the women are nothing short of par excellence.

    Sage advice especially to future newcomers, and yes hands-down the baddest tutes on the planet. The smell is most pronounced on the drive to the center from GRU, when you really get to see just how much of the city is a slum. If you're riding uber / taxi, I recommend asking the driver to roll up the windows.

    100% I don't mean the people, brazilians are some of the friendliest people on earth. I mean more with logistics, protocols, and functionality.

    Bless your heart. I'm in campo bello *smiles.

    Now to the good stuff, my report. I'll just start off by letting you guys read what I DM'd sinfullykorean.

    Once I get to scandello, I went to the restaurant area where I was greeted with a sense of instant confusion. Do I just seat myself? How am I supposed to initiate contact with the girls? Am I even supposed to be the one to do that? Someone finally clued me in that the rules are, there are no hard and fast rules. Ok, cool. As I was sipping my drink just floored by the talent that was there, a sexy little thing came right up and sat down next to me. A traveling dancer hippie girl with well conditioned muscles by the name of "Natacha". We made chit chat (through google translator) over our feelings about sao paulo and then we went to a room. (she wanted 1000 but I countered 800 to which she agreed instantly, no hassles.) after DFK and bbj, she had me go over of the edge of the bed so she could handstand the ground and grind me upside down (with her legs wide open). Upon dismount she bent over and touched the floor, inviting me in, so we went at it that way for a bit. Then over to the bed for full missionary where she had me locked in a full guard until I tapped out, with a smile on my face. And hers too LOL. We spoke for a bit, exchanged numbers, and she's been texting me ever since. Maybe sao paulo is not without its charms.
    So nice to hear a good Scandalo report. Seems like some guys are down on it of late but damn it's such a spectacle. Sounds like your girl was that spicy wildcat Brasileira I love. Prob could have guessed from the Gun and Garter tattoo. Very bad ass! I love her a bit!

    I am sure you will be flamed for "overpaying" but fuck that noise. You pay what you think gets your hotttie to the room and never look back! Great job!

  14. #12657

    Replies before my report

    Alright then, here we are. My first sao paulo report. But first, a little housekeeping.

    Quote Originally Posted by SinfullyKorean  [View Original Post]
    I've been to Thailand and Vietnam. Both are MUCH worse as far as odor and sanitation goes.

    I've thoroughly enjoyed my 2 week stay in Brazil and plan on living here soon.
    I've been to thailand and can vouch emphatically. Just to clear things up, I LOVE Brazil. Please don't take my feelings about sao paulo to be extended towards Brazil as a whole. The culture is the best and the women are nothing short of par excellence.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    I have been to Buenos Aires a few times, stayed in some nice areas, and I recall the core of BA being really nice actually. And although I would be the first to stand up and say that Copacabana smells bad, I experienced no bad smells anywhere in Sao Paulo that I went. I've stayed in Moema each time, and felt quite safe walking around, even at night. Giant slum? No clue what you're talking about. Sampa has good parts and bad parts just like any other big city. I stay my ass in the good parts! So should you. And instead of complaining about the language, remember it's their country and not yours! The people aren't there to accommodate you. So, find a way to communicate effectively so that you can roll hard and handle your business! Brazilian people generally speaking (no pun intended) are quite friendly. Work with them, and they will work with you. I mean, I could be wrong, but initially you sound like the kind of traveler where if everything isn't the way it is back home, or something close to it, then it sucks and is no good. Enjoy the place for what it is, and what it has to offer. And in Brazil, that includes some the absolute baddest tutes in the entire world! Believe this.
    Sage advice especially to future newcomers, and yes hands-down the baddest tutes on the planet. The smell is most pronounced on the drive to the center from GRU, when you really get to see just how much of the city is a slum. If you're riding uber / taxi, I recommend asking the driver to roll up the windows.

    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    You mentioned that both SP and BA are "riddled with obstinance". I'm not exactly sure of the choice of words. Generally, Brazilians are more flexible and friendlier than Argentinians.
    100% I don't mean the people, brazilians are some of the friendliest people on earth. I mean more with logistics, protocols, and functionality.

    Quote Originally Posted by KsaSing  [View Original Post]
    Perhaps you are in the wrong areas. Try spending time in Jardims, Itaim, Villa Nova Conceicao, Moema or Campo Belo (assuming you haven't). I've been walking around these areas. They can be very pleasant. No smells. Friendly people. Stop in at a padaria or lanchonette for a meal. The food is wholesome and cheap. I've mentioned a few decent, not overly expensive restaurants to visit in earlier posts. Last night I ate at Nagayama in Itaim. Great Japanese food. I didn't like So Paulo the first couple of times I visited. But give it a chance and explore. Learn some Portuguese. It's a really great city.
    Bless your heart. I'm in campo bello *smiles.

    Now to the good stuff, my report. I'll just start off by letting you guys read what I DM'd sinfullykorean.

    well its too late to try abboboras or a prive. im not sure how to get into the prives either, not sure how safe it is to be standing outside trying to buzz a number im unsure of and talk to someone who doesnt understand me through a speaker while the omnipresent ne'er-do-wells spy on... and close in. ill try one later, during the day.

    for tonight i guess i'll go to scandellos and pop the SP cherry. its saturday night, this is the worst time to go to a club atmosphere, but the trip cant be any more discouraging than it already is. man i really miss the rio way, those termas are the best.
    Once I get to scandello, I went to the restaurant area where I was greeted with a sense of instant confusion. Do I just seat myself? How am I supposed to initiate contact with the girls? Am I even supposed to be the one to do that? Someone finally clued me in that the rules are, there are no hard and fast rules. Ok, cool. As I was sipping my drink just floored by the talent that was there, a sexy little thing came right up and sat down next to me. A traveling dancer hippie girl with well conditioned muscles by the name of "Natacha". We made chit chat (through google translator) over our feelings about sao paulo and then we went to a room. (she wanted 1000 but I countered 800 to which she agreed instantly, no hassles.) after DFK and bbj, she had me go over of the edge of the bed so she could handstand the ground and grind me upside down (with her legs wide open). Upon dismount she bent over and touched the floor, inviting me in, so we went at it that way for a bit. Then over to the bed for full missionary where she had me locked in a full guard until I tapped out, with a smile on my face. And hers too LOL. We spoke for a bit, exchanged numbers, and she's been texting me ever since. Maybe sao paulo is not without its charms.

  15. #12656

    Great report

    Quote Originally Posted by SinfullyKorean  [View Original Post]
    Good news!
    Thank you for an informative and detail report. I am wondering if Scandello always has some girls like this. The original report is gone. I think you should try Colombia. It is also pretty cheap.

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