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  1. #700
    Quote Originally Posted by Rio Bob
    I am actually shocked to see that there is another site called the WSG because I thought this site used to be called that. I seem to remember that the name of this site changed a while back from world sex guide, I don't know why but it did and now that there is another site with that name?
    It was called WSG. 2 or 3 years ago, the adminstrator was sued (or something) and the site was closed for several months. (I think its extension was .org or .net. The other WSG is .com.) It came back as ISG.

    There are other English language guides to P4P sex. One is World Sex Archives. It is a pay site. Another is Travel and the Single Male (tsmtravel.com) it is also a pay site. There are also non-english forums. I sometimes browse a Brazilian one (when I can remember its name).

  2. #699
    Quote Originally Posted by The Watcher
    What is the difference between the ISG and WSG? They appear to have the same format.

    I am actually shocked to see that there is another site called the WSG because I thought this site used to be called that. I seem to remember that the name of this site changed a while back from world sex guide, I don't know why but it did and now that there is another site with that name?

    I guess it was about 10 years ago when I first discovered WSG and now all those posts are on the WSG archives. They were interesting and informative after my absence from Rio for ten years, I learned a few things like Help was a hot spot because I remember Help just being a regular club .

  3. #698
    Quote Originally Posted by Machito 2
    Dear friends,

    can anyone give information about a place called 4x4?

    I do not know if it is a club or brothel.

    Thank you
    4x4 is the largest therma in Rio.It`s located in centro,metro station:Uruguayana. The name of the street is buenos aires.

  4. #697
    Quote Originally Posted by Machito 2
    Dear friends,

    can anyone give information about a place called 4x4?

    I do not know if it is a club or brothel.

    Thank you
    4x4 is a termas in downtown or centro Rio. Most taxi drivers will be able to help you find. Termas in general are a beautiful thing and 4x4 is one of my favorites.

  5. #696

    4x4

    Dear friends,

    can anyone give information about a place called 4x4?

    I do not know if it is a club or brothel.

    Thank you

  6. #695

    Bunda/Popazuda Spots.

    Dear readers,

    Can anyone give information on places for those who seek bunda/big butt women?

    Thank you

  7. #694
    Zidaho,
    Buzios is a good option and fairly close to Rio as well. An even better one, if you have the time and means, would be to fly to the paradisiacal island of Fernando de Noronha, about an hour flight from Recife in Pernambuco. It is truly a paradise there. And if you do consider going to Fernando de Noronha, do bring your own girl as it's next to impossible to get anything there. Fernando de Noronha is a special place, so bring a girl that's real special and the rewards will be astronomical.

    Have fun.

  8. #693

    gracias

    Thanks for the help guys!

    And Nodd N, I owe you twenty seconds. (No wait, if you read this, that makes it 25).

  9. #692
    Marzo... I understand that your time is much more valuable than any other person on this board.
    However, every question you asked has been answered over and over and over again. Why don't yopu just read the info. on the board and stop waisting the other members time......???????

  10. #691
    Quote Originally Posted by Marzo
    1. Tourist Visa. Do I need one? Do I need to go to the American embassy in the DR to get one? I had planned to buy my plane tickets online, so I dont think I could get the visa that way. Is it like the DR, where you simply fill out a form on the airplane and get the visa at customs?
    No, for an American, it is NOT like the DR in that you get (and pay) your visa at the airport. You definitely have to get it in advance. You won't even be able to board the plane unless you can show that you have a visa to enter Brazil. You have to get it in advance from the Brazilian consulate or embassy. Check with the Brazilian embassy in Santo Domingo for instructions.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marzo
    2. Hotel recommendations? Do Brazilian hotels (like Dominican hotels) frown on bringing guests back to your room?
    Personally, I don't think that most Dominican hotels frown on bringing guests back to your room, but anyhow. Based on personal experience in Rio, I'd say the following: the more upscale (read, expensive) the hotel, the more likely they will prohibit guests outright or greatly discourage you from doing so. Just like, say, the Hamaca in Boca Chica is not girl-friendly. There are definitely hotels in Rio (one I can speak about from personal experience, for example, the Savoy Othon) that won't allow you to take guests to your room at all. Others will charge you a (more or less) small fee for additional guests, some no fee at all, and it's basically OK (meaning unless you bring loud, obnoxious, drunk girls obviously dressed like hookers, of course). It differs from hotel to hotel.

    If you do bring girls, a low-key approach is always advised, and rubbing it into everyone's face what you are doing, especially other guests, is never a good idea. This doesn't mean that you have to be ultrasecretive when you inquire about it: they all know what's going on. So I suggest you simply ask the (usually male) general manager outright when making a booking over the phone (is it OK if I bring girls with me? If yes, how much extra?) or inquire by email in a more indirect manner (please advise whether your facility is girl-friendly and whether there will be extra charges for additional occupants). They know perfectly well what you wanna know, because they have seen and heard it a thousand times. That way, you will know first-hand.

    Even better, though: limit your P4P to the termas (with onsite facilities), and whenever you pick up freelancers, go to the love motels. You don't have to worry about whether your hotel is girl-friendly or not, you don't have to worry about girls robbing you, drugging you, making a scene at your hotel. Sure has its advantages and is a very small price to pay for peace of mind, IMHO. Rasonably priced love motels are conveniently located all over Copacabana.

    Hope this helps,

    EA

  11. #690

    Visa Requirement

    Quote Originally Posted by Marzo
    I'm an American living in the Dominican Republic. (See my posts in that forum if you like...) And I'm just now planning a trip to Rio for Carnival.

    Questions you might help me with:

    1. Tourist Visa. Do I need one? Do I need to go to the American embassy in the DR to get one? I had planned to buy my plane tickets online, so I dont think I could get the visa that way. Is it like the DR, where you simply fill out a form on the airplane and get the visa at customs?

    2. Hotel recommendations? Do Brazilian hotels (like Dominican hotels) frown on bringing guests back to your room?

    Thanks in advance!

    Marzo

    You definately need a visa to visit Brazil. Do a search on Visa requirements (for Americans) for Brazil and then be sure to complete all actions. Then you will most likely have to mail your applicantion to a Brazilian consulate to get it approved. Check the visa web site to avoid hick-ups.

    As for hotels in Rio - some hotels are guest friendly, some charge a small fee, and the others defionately frown upon it.
    I read on this forum Hotel Atlantico is good. Ibiza is good (i stayed there before) and Rio Roiss is OK. Ask before you make your reservation.
    Alternatively, book a room, then go find an apt on your 2nd day.

    Read some of the forum - most of the info is posted here.
    DD

  12. #689

    Pardon my complete ignorance.

    I'm an American living in the Dominican Republic. (See my posts in that forum if you like...) And I'm just now planning a trip to Rio for Carnival.

    Questions you might help me with:

    1. Tourist Visa. Do I need one? Do I need to go to the American embassy in the DR to get one? I had planned to buy my plane tickets online, so I dont think I could get the visa that way. Is it like the DR, where you simply fill out a form on the airplane and get the visa at customs?

    2. Hotel recommendations? Do Brazilian hotels (like Dominican hotels) frown on bringing guests back to your room?

    Thanks in advance!

    Marzo

  13. #688

    Islands

    Quote Originally Posted by Zidaho
    Does anyone have a good suggestion about islands to visit in proximity to Rio??? Other than Buzzios would be great, but will consider flying to destination. Thanks!!!
    How about Angra dos Reis? I personally liked it better than B˙zios, and it is relatively easy to reach in three hours from Rio. If you want, you can even explore it on a day trip and be back in Rio by nightfall.

    http://www.angra-dos-reis.com/ingles/index.htm

    A few pix included, to give you an idea.

    EA
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  14. #687

    Islands off Brazil??????

    Does anyone have a good suggestion about islands to visit in proximity to Rio??? Other than Buzzios would be great, but will consider flying to destination. Thanks!!!

  15. #686

    Visas

    Thanks for you guys advice.

    I contacted Travisa and I'm not anticipating any delays.

    Thanks,

    Cappadona

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