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  1. #12248

    Hotels

    Quote Originally Posted by SinfullyKorean  [View Original Post]
    LOL glad she was looking to plug the other hole!

    My plans are slowly coming together. I'm getting my second shot this week and plan on flying to SP 1 month after (early June). Cost looks to be about $550, which I'll probably pay with points.

    Moema sounds like a great place to stay. I recently started looking at hotels, but am not sure what to look out for. Location and price wise, "Green Place Ibirapuera" and "Estanplaza Ibirapuera" both look pretty good. Should I worry about "guest friendly" policies? Or are most of my adventures going to be in the clinicas and short term hotels?

    Also, seems like a short trip to Rio De Janiero is only about $50 round trip. I'm going to stay 2 weeks in Sao Paulo. I "should" probably mix things up and do a 3 day trip to Rio, right? It looks like RDJ has much more abundant info regarding hotels on this forum (dedicated thread).

    Thanks for your help! And I hope to post FRs in about a month!

    Edit: Just found some old (from 2019) info for Sao Paulo hotels. I'm going to check that out. Looks like Steve69 recommends Pullman Ibirapuera. It's slightly more than what I want to spend, but at least I know they have a guest friendly policy. Might stay there for 1 week.
    I can't claim to be an expert on hotels. The Pullman was nice but not really in the middle of any restaurants or bars. Could walk to Tangar but it was not my fave. Stayed at Mercure Pinheiros last time and it was in a great spot to walk to things. Unfortunately Bomboa moved because it was two blocks away. Shame. But you might check out Pinheiros. It's pretty cool and walkable.

  2. #12247
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve9696  [View Original Post]
    Ha the earplugs reminds me of a funny story.

    Some of you may recall my first real sugar baby was Thifany who I pulled from a Boate in Campinas and, after knowing her a total of 5 hours flew to London. She speaks very little English and me very little Portuguese at the time. We clearly are both a little crazy. Anyhow it was awesome.

    Well about three days in, she confesses she is having trouble sleeping from my snoring. So we agree we need to get earplugs when we go souvenir shopping that day. We do all sorts of little souvenir shopping and she buys a cool hat she rocks at the club that night. But at some point she stops me on the street and says "oh my gosh I forgot. We need to buy tampons" and I am like oh fuck me in the ass with a sharp stick. Of all the times to have her period. Goddamit.

    But it turns out to be an error in translation! She meant ear plugs! I guess they both stop up a canal. LOL.
    LOL glad she was looking to plug the other hole!

    My plans are slowly coming together. I'm getting my second shot this week and plan on flying to SP 1 month after (early June). Cost looks to be about $550, which I'll probably pay with points.

    Moema sounds like a great place to stay. I recently started looking at hotels, but am not sure what to look out for. Location and price wise, "Green Place Ibirapuera" and "Estanplaza Ibirapuera" both look pretty good. Should I worry about "guest friendly" policies? Or are most of my adventures going to be in the clinicas and short term hotels?

    Also, seems like a short trip to Rio De Janiero is only about $50 round trip. I'm going to stay 2 weeks in Sao Paulo. I "should" probably mix things up and do a 3 day trip to Rio, right? It looks like RDJ has much more abundant info regarding hotels on this forum (dedicated thread).

    Thanks for your help! And I hope to post FRs in about a month!

    Edit: Just found some old (from 2019) info for Sao Paulo hotels. I'm going to check that out. Looks like Steve69 recommends Pullman Ibirapuera. It's slightly more than what I want to spend, but at least I know they have a guest friendly policy. Might stay there for 1 week.

  3. #12246
    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    There are also lots of restaurants around plus plenty of ATM machines to pull money. There was a decent grocery not far from my hotel where I would go to buy all kinds of items. I also got a haircut at a barbershop that was close by. I really like Moema, and wasn't as bothered by airplane noise as I was during my very first trip to Sampa. But I stayed in a different hotel too last time (Mercure Times Square). Must sit in a better position relative to the takeoff and landing pattern.
    So that's the reason why they sell a cozy apartment so cheap and I was wondering what's the catch? Too bad and it's so beautiful
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  4. #12245
    Quote Originally Posted by BigDickBez  [View Original Post]
    Hello,

    I am a foreigner that's planning on coming to Brazil later on this year. I've always wanted to visit Brazil to try out the good food, sight see, and the beautiful girls. I'm already fully vaccinated as well.

    What are some general tips that you have for staying safe in So Paulo? I've been told by many users on Reddit that I should avoid going to Rio for my first time in Brazil because of the high crime there.

    Also, I plan on hiring a few escorts when I'm there so I wanted to know if these girls charge a "Gringo" price for foreigners that I need to be aware of? I already know that GP Guia is the website to look up reviews of escorts so I will be using that when I'm in Brazil.

    I'm currently learning Portuguese right now so that way I can speak and understand a little bit of it when I'm interacting with the girls there. I know a lot of foreigners that try to go to another country and don't speak their language, and the locals find that annoying so I'm going to learn as much Portuguese as possible.

    Please let me know any tips and tricks you have for a foreigner's first time in Brazil!
    Seems like you read the board. Your question is too broad, but do not spend more than what locals pay at boates which is 400-600 R / HR. Clinicas are fixed priced.

  5. #12244

    Moema

    Quote Originally Posted by DiverOyster  [View Original Post]
    Moema is a wonderful place to stay. This is the decadent area of SP with lots of clinicas and swing clubs. However, if you are a light sleeper, the airplane noise will wake you up early around 6 AM. The airplane noise persists throughout the day. If you party at Scandallo all night and get back to your apt in the early morning to sleep, this nuisance will be a problem. You will need ear plugs.
    There are also lots of restaurants around plus plenty of ATM machines to pull money. There was a decent grocery not far from my hotel where I would go to buy all kinds of items. I also got a haircut at a barbershop that was close by. I really like Moema, and wasn't as bothered by airplane noise as I was during my very first trip to Sampa. But I stayed in a different hotel too last time (Mercure Times Square). Must sit in a better position relative to the takeoff and landing pattern.

  6. #12243

    Funny Ear Plugs Story

    Quote Originally Posted by DiverOyster  [View Original Post]
    Moema is a wonderful place to stay. This is the decadent area of SP with lots of clinicas and swing clubs. However, if you are a light sleeper, the airplane noise will wake you up early around 6 AM. The airplane noise persists throughout the day. If you party at Scandallo all night and get back to your apt in the early morning to sleep, this nuisance will be a problem. You will need ear plugs.
    Ha the earplugs reminds me of a funny story.

    Some of you may recall my first real sugar baby was Thifany who I pulled from a Boate in Campinas and, after knowing her a total of 5 hours flew to London. She speaks very little English and me very little Portuguese at the time. We clearly are both a little crazy. Anyhow it was awesome.

    Well about three days in, she confesses she is having trouble sleeping from my snoring. So we agree we need to get earplugs when we go souvenir shopping that day. We do all sorts of little souvenir shopping and she buys a cool hat she rocks at the club that night. But at some point she stops me on the street and says "oh my gosh I forgot. We need to buy tampons" and I am like oh fuck me in the ass with a sharp stick. Of all the times to have her period. Goddamit.

    But it turns out to be an error in translation! She meant ear plugs! I guess they both stop up a canal. LOL.

  7. #12242
    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    Since this hasn't come up in awhile, I'll offer my opinion. I like the Jardim Paulista area. Great restaurants, cafes, stores, etc. Great walkability down some nice streets. It's more upscale. It's only a couple miles from most clinicas.

    If you want to be near the popular clinicas, Moema is the place. It's a nice residential area. I have never stayed there, but I surmise that staying close to Shopping Ibirapuera (mall) puts you close to many amenities and the clinicas.
    Moema is a wonderful place to stay. This is the decadent area of SP with lots of clinicas and swing clubs and good restaurants, all within walking distance. You can wake up, grab something to eat near your apt, walk to a clinica to bang your favorite chica, and walk back to your apt to bang on your laptop. When you are tired of banging on your laptop, you can then walk to another clinica to bang another chica. You can repeat this cycle as much as you want.

    However, if you are a light sleeper, the airplane noise in Moema will wake you up early around 6 AM. The airplane noise persists throughout the day. If you party at Scandallo all night and get back to your apt in the early morning to sleep, this noise nuisance will be a problem. You will need ear plugs.

  8. #12241

    First Time in Brazil

    Hello,

    I am a foreigner that's planning on coming to Brazil later on this year. I've always wanted to visit Brazil to try out the good food, sight see, and the beautiful girls. I'm already fully vaccinated as well.

    What are some general tips that you have for staying safe in São Paulo? I've been told by many users on Reddit that I should avoid going to Rio for my first time in Brazil because of the high crime there.

    Also, I plan on hiring a few escorts when I'm there so I wanted to know if these girls charge a "Gringo" price for foreigners that I need to be aware of? I already know that GP Guia is the website to look up reviews of escorts so I will be using that when I'm in Brazil.

    I'm currently learning Portuguese right now so that way I can speak and understand a little bit of it when I'm interacting with the girls there. I know a lot of foreigners that try to go to another country and don't speak their language, and the locals find that annoying so I'm going to learn as much Portuguese as possible.

    Please let me know any tips and tricks you have for a foreigner's first time in Brazil!

  9. #12240

    Advice Taken

    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    Since this hasn't come up in awhile, I'll offer my opinion. I like the Jardim Paulista area. Great restaurants, cafes, stores, etc. Great walkability down some nice streets. It's more upscale. It's only a couple miles from most clinicas.

    If you want to be near the popular clinicas, Moema is the place. It's a nice residential area. I have never stayed there, but I surmise that staying close to Shopping Ibirapuera (mall) puts you close to many amenities and the clinicas.
    Airbnb has amazing places listed in both of your suggested locations. So I think I'll spend a week in each! I'll take your advice and double down. Clinics during the day, Scandallo during the evening along w Private55 and ClubM beauties to keep me occupied too.

    Look forward to sharing my reviews of both areas and of course the Brazilian bunnies. Thanks Wyatt.

  10. #12239

    Timing is everything!

    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    In any event, I would say that the peak years were roughly 1995-2005.
    And I started going to Brazil after that stretch of time. Right place. But at the wrong time! Story of my life. Sigh!

  11. #12238
    Quote Originally Posted by NRandom940  [View Original Post]
    I'll take Sao Paolo over Rio any day. Not just for mongering, either. There are parts of SP that are actually nice to hang out in, and I don't just mean a hotel or a beach (as someone who grew up in Florida, I never understood why people travel across the world just to see a beach).

    To me, you can't even compare the two. After you've seen the tourist sites, what's left to do in Rio? In SP, I found prives where it's about $30/ girl. I read that SP has 20% of the GDP of all of South America.
    We don't travel that distance for just the beaches. We go to Rio to be in a chica paradise that also happens to have great beaches. It's so perfect to hit the beach before or after a great session or wake up early and surf then do a Termas.

    FWIW, I do agree that S Paulo has the best talent and the most option. IMO best quantity and quality of any City in the world.

    For me the perfect trip is a few nights in S Paulo followed by a week or more in Rio.

  12. #12237
    Quote Originally Posted by Trifecta68  [View Original Post]
    Very simple question? So Paulo is an extremely large city. What area do you suggest staying? Close the clinics that you mention? Thanks.
    Since this hasn't come up in awhile, I'll offer my opinion. I like the Jardim Paulista area. Great restaurants, cafes, stores, etc. Great walkability down some nice streets. It's more upscale. It's only a couple miles from most clinicas.

    If you want to be near the popular clinicas, Moema is the place. It's a nice residential area. I have never stayed there, but I surmise that staying close to Shopping Ibirapuera (mall) puts you close to many amenities and the clinicas.

  13. #12236
    Quote Originally Posted by NRandom940  [View Original Post]
    I'll take Sao Paolo over Rio any day. Not just for mongering, either. There are parts of SP that are actually nice to hang out in, and I don't just mean a hotel or a beach (as someone who grew up in Florida, I never understood why people travel across the world just to see a beach).
    I don't go to the beaches in Rio for beautiful sand or surfing or tanning. For me, the sexiest beaches on the planet are in Rio. And the women are in tiny bikinis showing off their amazing curves. If you can speak a little Portuguese, they are generally friendly and appreciate the attention.

    Miami Beach is nice of course, but not nearly as nice as Rio.

  14. #12235
    Quote Originally Posted by NattyBumpo  [View Original Post]
    The weather has been great in SP these last few days. As of Saturday certain restrictions have been lifted. The restaurants can now have seated customers inside their establishments, but must close at 7 pm. Malls and retail shops are open, they were open the day before too, but now most stores have reopened. The parks are open as well. It is real nice to see SP and its inhabitants coming back to life. I had my first dinner out in a restaurant Saturday night with my MClass garota andmero um. It was our 3rd and best session. She is a keeper and I plan to stay in touch with her and see her next time I am in town.

    I assume the clinicas can now be officially open and do not need to hide in plain sight like they did the last 10 days or so. Here is my report:

    I like Abbobora and have been there 3 times and done 3 girls there. The Abbobora girls are super friendly. I went overtime with my 1st Abbobora girl, Lais (not sure on the spelling) and she finished me off with CIM. I warned her I was about to explode, but she kept sucking and she took every drop I had to give before she stopped. She is the girl who earlier in the session before vaginal intercourse spat on my index finger and stuck it up her vagina while she masturbated herself into an orgasm. My kind of girl!

    My 2nd Abbobora girl was also REAL enthusiastic, and she too finished me off with CIM and took every drop. Anita was a nice-looking girl with natural curves.

    But my favorite clinica of the trip, the place where I have had the most fun, without a doubt is Prime Clinica. This is the clinica I was referring to in my last post. Their front gate was always open. Just walk right in. I really like the girls here. So far, I have done 5 girls and I repeated with Marina, a skinny, wild little spinner with a great body and an offbeat personality. But I take my hat off to all the girls at Prime Clinica that I met there: Angelica, Agatha, Marina, Gabrielle, and Kari. Each girl gave her session everything she had to give or at least that's the way they made it seem to me. For 240 br per hour, I couldn't imagine a better bordello...
    Natty- Great post! I normally visit Panama for my South American Latina Romps. Easy access from USA, safe, dollar currency and English spoken throughout. But w Covid on the rise and no end in lockdowns there my desire is to head further south. Very simple question? São Paulo is an extremely large city. What area do you suggest staying? Close the clinics that you mention? Thanks.

  15. #12234
    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    In my view, Help was a very, very distant second to Scandallo. The facilities were nowhere near as nice, and the girls nowhere near as hot. I routinely left Help taking nobody. At Scandallo it's always my god so, so many good choices I can't decide! To be fair, by the time I started going to Brazil, Help's best days had already passed. The facilities were never on par with Scandallo, but I understand there was a time when the girls were hot, and the price was right. I missed that Helpee era.
    I think it really depended on what year and what season. Help was always a great time, but seemed especially charged January through April. I suspect foreign men timed trips to escape the winter cold in the north and perhaps hit the New Years and Carnival celebrations. The number of girls from other regions seemed to increase over this period as well. I never took a poll, but I suspect the Brazilian school year being on break for part of that period contributed as well. I always said the supply of hot girls always seemed to miraculously increase to meet the demand from men.

    There clearly was an informal supply chain at work. A couple girls from Minas would bus down. They'd call girls back home "we're making XX dollars a week, get your bunda down here". Some fair-skinned girls from the South would fly in. Dark-skinned girls from the north and the same phone calls occurred. They would put their friends up and cram into dumpy apartments in Copa. Some would go back home after making some cash and some would stay. Centaurus and Monte Carlo girls would wander over after closing to make some extra cash. Centaurus girls were a big, fuckin deal back then.

    The girls would be seen on the beach between Posto 4 and 5. They would be seen at the cafes and restaurants in the area. Help wasn't just a disco. It was an entire 24/7 sub-economy driven by foreign men and their currency that built up around it. Shit, Help had a high volume currency exchange business in the front.

    Having said all that about the regional delights on offer at Help, I always found the Carioca girls the most consistently sensual at professional lovemaking. It seemed like they were determined to uphold the Carioca reputation on their home turf.

    In any event, I would say that the peak years were roughly 1995-2005. Most of the time, I found the Help girls to be every bit as hot as Scandallo girls. It was very casual though. There was no pomp and circumstance at Help. Just hot girls, loud music and drinking. It was rather inexpensive to drink there as well. The cover wasn't much and could be avoided entirely by arriving just a bit early.

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