escort directory

Thread: Sao Paulo Reports

+ Add Report
Page 19 of 936 FirstFirst ... 9 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 29 69 119 519 ... LastLast
Results 271 to 285 of 14033
This forum thread is moderated by Admin
  1. #13763

    Omicron / Covid situation

    I am planning a trip to Sampa in 3 weeks, what is the covid situation in Brazil?

    Thank you in advance.

  2. #13762
    Quote Originally Posted by Cool  [View Original Post]
    Do they have new hours? Any good discos open next weekend? What is the best time to go to Casaro during the week and weekends?
    Opens at 10 pm. Best time to go is around midnight or later.

  3. #13761
    Thanks. I wish I knew antigen wasa accepted. Would have saved 200+ reais instead of the airport.

    Quote Originally Posted by SamaRiding  [View Original Post]
    For traveling back to the US, the negative test can be either PCR or antigen within one day before your flight. You can find the antigen test at most pharmacies in Brazil for about 120 r and takes about 20 minutes. If you have a CPF, it's less than 100 r. Most pharmacies accept walk-ins, if you are concerned go the day before and make an appointment.

  4. #13760

    Casaro

    Do they have new hours? Any good discos open next weekend? What is the best time to go to Casaro during the week and weekends?

  5. #13759
    Quote Originally Posted by DiverOyster  [View Original Post]
    MOA is 180 per hour. The lady manager / receptionist is a hottie. I would love to session with her but she's not for hire, LOL. The male manager is super friendly and nice. Neither of them speaks English. The room is nice and renovated.

    So now I know of seven clinicas within walking distance in Moema: Abborabora, Miruna, 57, Prime, MOA, Carinas, Enjoy. Anyone knows of any other clinicas in this area?
    I totally agree about the Moa receptionist, she was the hottest woman there. I would also ask her to the room. I wonder if she was working before. I heard that other receptionists flip back and forth.

    In Moema, there are a few less popular places that I have not been to.

    Lakshmi spa Av. Moaci, 556 - Moema, São Paulo. SP, 04083-001, Brazil. Higher end massage and happy ending place.

    Red Av. Moema, 841 - Planalto Paulista, São Paulo. SP, 04077-023, Brazil.

    Clinica De Massagem Maalish Av. Jurema, 140 - Indianópolis, São Paulo. SP, 01311-000, Brazil *caution. It has a reputation as a bait and switch place who has ads on photo. I heard you can go in person but there is a 20 r viewing fee if you don't pick a girl. I haven't been there.

  6. #13758
    Quote Originally Posted by Kfranchie  [View Original Post]
    Anyone know of a store in SP that carries 001 condoms? I imagine with lots of Japanese it should be stocked somewhere.
    I went to a bunch of stores in Liberdade to look for 001 but no success.

  7. #13757
    Quote Originally Posted by SamaRiding  [View Original Post]
    Yup. Indy has great management. Super friendly. The price also is excellent at 150 r for one hour with decent rooms. They put in LED lights with Bluetooth speakers in each of the room and the girls would ask me what music I liked to play on the room speakers.

    MOA has a small full bar with a few seats. The few times I went, those seats always occupied by local regulars just hanging out having a drink.
    MOA is 180 per hour. The lady manager / receptionist is a hottie. I would love to session with her but she's not for hire, LOL. The male manager is super friendly and nice. Neither of them speaks English. The room is nice and renovated.

    So now I know of seven clinicas within walking distance in Moema: Abborabora, Miruna, 57, Prime, MOA, Carinas, Enjoy. Anyone knows of any other clinicas in this area?

  8. #13756
    Quote Originally Posted by IndecentPro  [View Original Post]
    Hope, Corpus, Alvorada, Kailash, Sharon, Mantra, Lakshmi.

    I agree with the Sharon critique. I sessioned there with Mia and she probably gave the quickest BJ of my entire stay in Brazil.
    I have never been to these 7 clinicas. I will try to check them out. At these 7 clinicas, did you see a physical lineup / presentation, or just a tablet?

    I know of 2 high-end clinicas in Vila Olympia: The Palms (R350 to house + R350 to girl) and Lotus Lounge (R330 to house + R350 to girl). These 2 clinicas are tablet-based. You will not see a physical lineup / presentation. Thus, you won't be able to interview the girls.

  9. #13755
    Hope, Corpus, Alvorada, Kailash, Sharon, Mantra, Lakshmi.

    I agree with the Sharon critique. I sessioned there with Mia and she probably gave the quickest BJ of my entire stay in Brazil.

    Quote Originally Posted by SamaRiding  [View Original Post]
    Curious. Which higher end clinicas do you like? I am open to trying other clinicas especially if the average hotness of girls is higher and with equal great service. I don't mind paying a little more for that. I tried Sharon massage which is 500 r for the hour. Girls are prettier but I didn't like it was a massage place with a happy / happier ending. These massages tend to be not good and the sex also quick and sub par.

  10. #13754

    001 Condoms

    Anyone know of a store in SP that carries 001 condoms? I imagine with lots of Japanese it should be stocked somewhere.

  11. #13753
    Quote Originally Posted by DreamCarnarvon  [View Original Post]
    Always a great thing whenever a new clinica opens up. Clinica Indy is one of my favorite clinicas. The owner, Amanda and the male manager there are competent and runs a tight ship. Having a competent and even a likable manager (s) really makes a lot of difference. Some of clinicas on the bottom of my list are there because of their management issues (ie lack of service, dropping the ball on pre-appointments, being too pushy) and not because of their lineups. Although not always the case, I do believe having a good manager = good lineup.

    Needless to say I will be looking forward to visiting Spa Moah on my upcoming trip. Extra kudos for being located in Moema.
    Yup. Indy has great management. Super friendly. The price also is excellent at 150 r for one hour with decent rooms. They put in LED lights with Bluetooth speakers in each of the room and the girls would ask me what music I liked to play on the room speakers.

    MOA has a small full bar with a few seats. The few times I went, those seats always occupied by local regulars just hanging out having a drink.

  12. #13752
    Quote Originally Posted by Fewdie  [View Original Post]
    To get back to the US. Everything above and I had to pay 350 reais at the airport to get the PCR test. Did anyone find anything cheaper? 350 is absurd in my opinion compared to the price in the US.
    For traveling back to the US, the negative test can be either PCR or antigen within one day before your flight. You can find the antigen test at most pharmacies in Brazil for about 120 r and takes about 20 minutes. If you have a CPF, it's less than 100 r. Most pharmacies accept walk-ins, if you are concerned go the day before and make an appointment.

  13. #13751
    Quote Originally Posted by Fewdie  [View Original Post]
    To get back to the US. Everything above and I had to pay 350 reais at the airport to get the PCR test. Did anyone find anything cheaper? 350 is absurd in my opinion compared to the price in the US.
    Labi Exames charged me 228 reals I believe. So about 35% cheaper than airport. I think you can get them for 200 at some spots but the effort wasn't worth it to me to do that research. I don't think you will find it much cheaper than that anywhere. At least not until mass production in a few years.

    There is a location in Republica area (and others across the country). They give you a username and password and upload the results on a website the following day at 18 h (6 pm). So if you get tested on Wednesday at 10 am, you can get your results on Thursday at 6 pm. They are not open Sunday and I think limited hours (or only results?) on Saturday so plan accordingly for your return flight.

    BTW PCR definitely worse experience relative to Antigen.

  14. #13750

    Trip

    I have been reading this forum for a very long time now. Most comments are very helpful and accurate. I will try to add a little from my experience. If you have any questions. Just ask away!

    To get to Brazil.

    -Vaccinated.

    -Health Declaration.

    -negative test.

    -Passport.

    To get back to the US. Everything above and I had to pay 350 reais at the airport to get the PCR test. Did anyone find anything cheaper? 350 is absurd in my opinion compared to the price in the US.

    I never really looked forward into visiting Scandallo until reading so much about it on this forum so I decided to check it out. Even though I speak fluent in Portuguese and have a lot of experience in negotiating the price, I was just here to check it out and enjoy the environment and never sessioned with anyone here. I visited almost every single day to enjoy the food the restaurant the drinks the music and the general environment. Everyone's posts about this Club is spot on. Most main points about Scandallo has been covered here and my experience isn't anything new so there are not so much to add. It is a Higher class compared to the other places and girls are a level above the rest even though there are some who attends other places too.

    It costs about 200 reais to get in and everything can we use two ordered drinks and food if you get there before 7 PM. You can pay when you leave and then return later without having to pay the entrance fee again.

    In general I would say the majority is beautiful but there are still a great amount who are 6/10.100% dress very well. The girls are usually from other cities / states who came here to work. I'm not sure if I even met any one who is from the city of São Paulo. They do this because they want to be discreet. Same thing with the clients. A lot are married therefore being discreet is very important that is why on the weekends it has less people compared to during the week.

    One girl who I talked with recognized that I am not Brazilian and a foreigner because of my accent when I speak Portuguese. This triggered her to jacking up the price to 2500 reais per night which I respectfully declined by saying "Ill think about it and get back to you later" then ran far far away. That's equal to like 7 PCR tests at the airport. The ones who have been working there for a very long time, are beautiful, and ones that speak English tend to charge higher prices because they know they can get away with it with the gringos. Please do not offer anything at this level or even close to it because its just going to make the prices sky rocket like the housing market prices in the US right now.

    To be continued.

  15. #13749
    Yes. I think it may have been immediate after completing the declaration form.

    Everything goes fairly smooth if you follow the rules tbh. I am fully vaxxed and I got the antigen test within the time stated before departure and then PCR on the way back home.

    We have to remember that for most of us, we are not Brazilians and don't have the right of guaranteed entry to the country. Seems a bit strange for those of us from the 'developed world' because usually nobody tries to illegally immigrate down the development chain. So in general we have not experienced customs or immigration problems (because which American or Canadian in their right mind would illegally immigrate to a developing country).

    But Brazil has their rules and they're not too onerous in my opinion. If you don't like it, don't go.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nounce  [View Original Post]
    I don't remember but I think it was pretty quick.

Posting Limitations

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
Top Damas


Page copy protected against web site content infringement by Copyscape