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  1. #51

    Bar Glory

    The GPS for bar Glory is off.

    The other 4 places are near or next to each other.

    See the Map.

    https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?h...U.kZk2zhigeh2A

    Quote Originally Posted by BigTimeFun  [View Original Post]
    Can someone tell me how to use these coordinates. I need a step by step. I will be in Managua on the 14th for 5 days and would like some help getting to these places. I will also spend a day or two in Granada. Whats the chances of some easy point and click action there?

  2. #50

    GPS Cordinates

    Quote Originally Posted by WorldTravel69  [View Original Post]
    Oh well, Google Earth puts most close, but not right on.
    Fenix is here 12.133504, -86.255848.

    How can these both have the same coordinates? They are around the corner from each other.

    129′3″ and 8614′10″ W is El Salvadoreno.

    129′3″ and 8614′10″ W is La vida en Rosa.

    and these:

    128′47″ and 8614′29″ W is night club Good Time.

    128′47″ and 8614′29″ W is night club Cueto.

    This one is a long way from the other two.

    128′47″ and 8614′29″ W is BAR GLORIA
    Can someone tell me how to use these coordinates. I need a step by step. I will be in Managua on the 14th for 5 days and would like some help getting to these places. I will also spend a day or two in Granada. Whats the chances of some easy point and click action there?

  3. #49

    Google Earth is a powerful tool

    All I have is a little GPS device on my cell phone.

    A couple of those bars are within a few feet of each other so the points plotted are the same I guess.

    No matter, most of the points I plotted will get anyone close enough and that is helpful for most.

  4. #48

    A few problems

    Oh well, Google Earth puts most close, but not right on.
    Fenix is here 12.133504, -86.255848.

    How can these both have the same coordinates? They are around the corner from each other.

    129′3″ and 8614′10″ W is El Salvadoreno.

    129′3″ and 8614′10″ W is La vida en Rosa.

    and these:

    128′47″ and 8614′29″ W is night club Good Time.

    128′47″ and 8614′29″ W is night club Cueto.

    This one is a long way from the other two.
    128′47″ and 8614′29″ W is BAR GLORIA

    Quote Originally Posted by NinoGordo  [View Original Post]
    (Hey, I am just building off of the warriors who CAME before me! I have only added two new placed to the discussion but certainly I have been working at it!

    (I think this Post should be worthy of anyone who comes through Managua often who knows even more tucked away places to PM me the details.).

  5. #47

    Dina's Night Club

    Dina's Night Club.

    12°0′7″ and 86°7′18″ W is for Dina's across the road from Caretera Masaya Volcano. 55 to enter and $38 for 30 minutes in one of the back rooms.

    The place is set up for lap dances (but not really) and pole dancing (but not really). Girls hustle for drinks to get paid as well.

  6. #46

    Great

    I will add the info to the Map tomorrow.

    Quote Originally Posted by NinoGordo  [View Original Post]
    (Hey, I am just building off of the warriors who CAME before me! I have only added two new placed to the discussion but certainly I have been working at it!

    (I think this Post should be worthy of anyone who comes through Managua often who knows even more tucked away places to PM me the details.).

  7. #45

    I am just building off of the warriors who CAME before me!

    (Hey, I am just building off of the warriors who CAME before me! I have only added two new placed to the discussion but certainly I have been working at it!

    (I think this Post should be worthy of anyone who comes through Managua often who knows even more tucked away places to PM me the details.).

    I looked and looked for Palanco and the place (a big red building) is now called the Barcelona Night club (actually it has been called that for a while).

    The name Palanco is gone but everyone knows it as that.

    I went around looking and found some NEW KNOWLEDGE to share. Much like the Porky's posting I did to link that section of town where El Salvadorena.

    La Vida en Rosa and Porky's are just meters away from each other, here is a new joint.

    12°8′27″ and 86°11′45″ W (Bar la Cabana de York) Did anyone know about this place from before?

    Bar la Cabana de York (white and red building and it is rough looking from the outside. Joints like this I want to "discover" on Sundays or early in the day.

    Thus, I found it, but not more to tell other than there have to be more! I feel good adding two places to the forum. If I can find more I will.

    Since I have an iPhone that had this funky compass app on it, I went driving around and now we all have a better idea where to find stuff:

    12°9′3″ and 86°14′10″ W is El Salvadoreno.

    12°9′3″ and 86°14′10″ W is La vida en Rosa.

    I did not bother to pin Porky's because it is right accross the street as well.

    A block away on two different streets are great little hotels that are there to have you create sticky floors.

    Street action is usually what you take to these:

    Hospedaje La Costena 12°8′59″ and 86°14′17″ W is a joint with rooms. Maybe 60 to 80 cordons for a session.

    12°9′1″ and 86°14′11″ W is for Hospedaje Fuentes which is about 60 cords and up for staying with a new friend.

    12°8′47″ and 86°14′29″ W is night club Good Time.

    12°8′47″ and 86°14′29″ W is night club Cueto.

    12°8′47″ and 86°14′29″ W is BAR GLORIA. 40 cords for beer. It is a mellow house with nice ladies. All are mothers already and late 20's and 30's.

    Lots of respect but no spinners. 60 cords for the girls to get beer and 500 for a brief moment of friction and wetness.

    There was a big butt girl (BBW) in there that I just had to tap on (nice shaved Bush today) because I needed to tap a big booty.

    Great little spot to grab a drink and release a load.

    12°8′33″ and 86°14′51″ W is where Fenix is and it is by far the best place in town for quantity and quality after the day shift changes out for the night shift.

    I have heard the day shift is more homely which is just fine by me, but dudes like to be fickle so that place is for the night.

    12°7′20″ and 86°15′9″ W is the Caribbean Morena.

    It has a great group of females from all parts of the country and is mellow and laid back and these females can network you into getting quantities of party favors.

    For sure. They are chill. 400 seeórdoba for the back rooms, 100 seeórdoba for drinks for the girls. Hands down the best value in town.

    I release in there on a regular basis just because it has a downhome feel.

    This town beats those fucking Canadian winters any day!

    I will try and pin more GPS coordinates for other places so we all know where things are and if I get any of this wrong, sorry in advance.

    But I think this could help out people, especially the ones too lazy or too scared to venture out. Managua is ideal.

    It is so cheap AND I really do not even go to these laces much because I rotate through at lease 4 girlfriends and hit these joints when I feel like drinking.

    And driving around. The local girlfriend action is nice and tender (it is just that they get too damn clingy and want too much stuff and when that happens.

    Bounce to the clubs if you like).

  8. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by LikinIt  [View Original Post]
    Will be traveling to Managua next week have been there before but could not find Lorena or Mr. Mustache locations could some one please help with this.
    Lorena for what is it is worth, which is not much is in Msr. Lezcano. Use a taxi.

    Mr. Mustache, overpriced is right near the rather fancy basketball court up on the road where the private colleges are near UNAN. And an odd find, a synagogue. Any taxi will help.

  9. #43
    Quote Originally Posted by LikinIt  [View Original Post]
    Will be traveling to Managua next week have been there before but could not find Lorena or Mr. Mustache locations could some one please help with this.
    Lorena for what is it is worht, which is not much is in Msr. Lezcano. Use a taxi.

    Mr. Mustache, overpriced is right near the rather fancy basketball court up on the road where the private colleges are near UNAN. And an odd find, a synagogue. Any taxi will help.

  10. #42

    Google Map

    This should help.

    https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?m...a=0&dg=feature

    Quote Originally Posted by LikinIt  [View Original Post]
    Will be traveling to Managua next week have been there before but could not find Lorena or Mr. Mustache locations could some one please help with this.

  11. #41

    Massage locater Managua

    Will be traveling to Managua next week have been there before but could not find Lorena or Mr. Mustache locations could some one please help with this.

  12. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by WorldTravel69  [View Original Post]
    I am trying to get the exact location for the Map.

    Thanks a lot about the NoParse. My Lists get really messed up with Jackson spell checker software.
    I had a chat with my driver and here's how to sound like a pro looking for Gloria's.

    As I thought he had no idea if it is or isn't on Av 29 and regardless it's useless data. So is the 14 de Septiembre street reference, for that matter and so is saying Barrio Paraisito.

    The address for a taxista is

    De P del H (pronounced day pay dell atch-e), 2 cuadras arriba y medio cuadra al lago.

    That's it. Those who might insist on the Pali reference it would be de Pali P de H. This reference will work all the time and the barrio and any streets are implied, if they are even right (the barrio is right).

    No barrio name no avenidas or calles. Just not necessary.

    P de H is a long gone geographical reference (like Sandy's which is now the edificio Pellas parking lot, or the old Munich restaurant)that is more meaningful to people than Pali (of which there are about 6) unless you say Pali P de H and at that point just say P de H.

    Good luck on the map thing. If I have free time I can show him the map and we can probably find it's exact location and do a screenshot or something.

  13. #39

    Thanks

    I am trying to get the exact location for the Map.

    Thanks a lot about the NoParse. My Lists get really messed up with Jackson spell checker software.

    Quote Originally Posted by GrandPollo  [View Original Post]
    Well, maybe, but anyone who is here knows that maybe 5% of streets have names, nobody uses them even if they do, and the directions I edited are thus all that are needed. That and the fact there are probably also 5% of taxistas that don't know this place by name.

    I doubt that even my driver, who has lived here all his life and used to be a taxista, would know for sure if it is this avenida or not because the name is not needed to be part of the address. I will ask him this morning. Not "is it Avenida 29?" but if he knows off-hand what the street is called. My guess will be he doesn't (or care, or need to). But it is an interesting concept. You really don't need the 14 de septiembre address part either, to be honest. So if it IS on Av. 29 then that won't be wrong but it is probably redundant or valueless to those who cannot recognize the street name.

    People coming here are best served by using the method they have used here for centuries. Which is:

    From (de) starting point landmark either an existing one, (like Pali) or long gone (like Coca Cola or Sandy's), then directions in cuadras (blocks), arriba for east, bajo for west, al lago for north and al sur for south. Then varas (meters) for detail though they are hardly necessary when you are looking for a building, really.

    What's ironic so far about all this orienteering is that knowing where it is adds scant value if all they have are the mutts I saw the other day. I have a regular amiga con derechos visiting my hotel each day and as such we've not been back to Gloria after 5 to see if they added more talent but I will try to go have a look maybe today. If not there is no point going there unless you are blind or pretty easy to please. And guys, you now know the Nica price - 500 cords - so don't get roped into $50 dollars, which just feeds the rip-off process. OK at Gloria what I saw $50 is OK , but for all of them at once.

    Another tip for Nicaragua forums due to the letter C for cordoba being abbreviated as "see" and cuadras as well. The forum software parses some letters used alone to words where "C" is see. You can use the HTML flag NOPARSE in square brackets at the start and end of a post (adding a slash in the brackets at the end to close the tag) to prevent this.

  14. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by WorldTravel69  [View Original Post]
    Thanks and that would put in on 29 Avenida Sureste?

    Right?
    Well, maybe, but anyone who is here knows that maybe 5% of streets have names, nobody uses them even if they do, and the directions I edited are thus all that are needed. That and the fact there are probably also 5% of taxistas that don't know this place by name.

    I doubt that even my driver, who has lived here all his life and used to be a taxista, would know for sure if it is this avenida or not because the name is not needed to be part of the address. I will ask him this morning. Not "is it Avenida 29?" but if he knows off-hand what the street is called. My guess will be he doesn't (or care, or need to). But it is an interesting concept. You really don't need the 14 de septiembre address part either, to be honest. So if it IS on Av. 29 then that won't be wrong but it is probably redundant or valueless to those who cannot recognize the street name.

    People coming here are best served by using the method they have used here for centuries. Which is:

    From (de) starting point landmark either an existing one, (like Pali) or long gone (like Coca Cola or Sandy's), then directions in cuadras (blocks), arriba for east, bajo for west, al lago for north and al sur for south. Then varas (meters) for detail though they are hardly necessary when you are looking for a building, really.

    What's ironic so far about all this orienteering is that knowing where it is adds scant value if all they have are the mutts I saw the other day. I have a regular amiga con derechos visiting my hotel each day and as such we've not been back to Gloria after 5 to see if they added more talent but I will try to go have a look maybe today. If not there is no point going there unless you are blind or pretty easy to please. And guys, you now know the Nica price - 500 cords - so don't get roped into $50 dollars, which just feeds the rip-off process. OK at Gloria what I saw $50 is OK , but for all of them at once.

    Another tip for Nicaragua forums due to the letter C for cordoba being abbreviated as "see" and cuadras as well. The forum software parses some letters used alone to words where "C" is see. You can use the HTML flag NOPARSE in square brackets at the start and end of a post (adding a slash in the brackets at the end to close the tag) to prevent this.

  15. #37

    2 block East

    Thanks and that would put in on 29 Avenida Sureste?

    Right?

    Quote Originally Posted by GrandPollo  [View Original Post]
    Gloria is where it has been for more than 10 years (I was first here in 2004 and I was at Gloria's 15 minutes ago).

    The directions are:

    De Pali (from Pali).

    Calle 14 de Septiembre.

    2 cuadras (blocks) arriba (east. Arriba means east where the sun comes up).

    Media cuadra al lago (north since the lake is north).


    The barrio el paraisito part is not really necessary since every cab driver here probably knows Gloria by name and the directions specify the barrio but it doesn't subtract from the direction.

    Use arriba for east and bajo for west and al lago for north and "see Norte" I presume tried to say c. (abbreviation for cuadra) but just spell out cuadras and use these words vs. East, west and north and taxistas will understand better. Sur is south, so the only actual word for a direction used is sur. Note sometimes you will see "varas" as well in the directions, for example after media cuadra al lago it might have said 20 varas bajo. A vara is a yard/meter so that would say 20 yards west after the last direction. Sometimes you will see colors of walls, window bars etc., added to make the direction more precise.

    Gloria is open around 9 to around 9 and at 11:30 it had three real mooses with a promise of more chicas "later" (sure). And they try the extranjero clip job pricing of US $50 for an hour (C $1300) . Since I was with my driver he quickly established the price is C$500 ($13) so make sure you speak Spanish, tell them you know the price is C$500.

    Two rooms, large with shower, no A /C but abanicos (fans).

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