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    There are perhaps even more pharmacies than blocks in Antigua, and many, many in Panajachel. Quetzaltenango has fewer and I never tried to get anything there (stocked up in Antigua instead).

  2. #43

    Great info

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickhead  [View Original Post]
    Gentlemen: I have been in Guatemala for about a month now and I have some observations to share. Regarding flying in to the country, I recommend staying at the Casa Blanca which is literally adjacent to the exit gate at the airport. They will pick you up and take you back, and the drivers were ecstatic to be tipped $2 for the ride and carrying my luggage upstairs. If that does not appeal you can walk there. I know it might sound shaky but you have to see it. A couple of hundred well lit meters to the gate (go to the left exiting the airport) and as soon as you hit the security gate it is on your right. Good free breakfast as well.

    This is an economical alternative for the budget traveler. A lot of potentially useful drugs such as Ambien, Vicodin, and Xanax are available over the counter. It is important to know that by law, you are entitled to a 30% discount on medications, but you have to ask for it, in some form of Spanish, or you will not receive it. Vicodin is less than $1 a pill with the discount and Ambien is about $1. 75 per pill. Weed is easy to find and can be smoked somewhat openly in the evenings at the many rooftop bars. About $30 an ounce and also know that they use pounds and ounces here, as well as gallons. Libras, onzas, and galones. They don't really know about kilograms.

    Now, I always give beer prices. The cheapest local beer is Bravha and goes for 3. 5 quetzales for a 12 ounce can in the supermarket, but up to twice for that in the convenience stores, depending on how late at night it is, how stupid you look, and your level of Spanish. So it is 7. 65 quetzals to the dollar and that has been rock steady since I have been there. You can get returnable liters as low as 8 quetzales. 980 CL of Bacardi is 47.95 quetzales in the supermarket. That is a bit over 6 dollars. My favorite lunch place is 20 Q and they love a 2 Q tip. Many others for 25 or for 40 with two beers. Beer prices in bars range from 10 at happy hour to 25. Buy bags of cut up fruit or veggies (make sure you don't eat the peels if there are any, like with the radishes) for 5 Q and 3-4 tortillas for 1 Q /.

    Lots of eurosluts running around Antigua so no need to monger but I did find the places in Jocotenango and you could walk there in the afternoon but don't walk the fuck back, at all. Anything north of Primera Calle in Antigua gets real shaky real fast. Probably I will need the services in Joco before I leave and will report accordingly.

    Suerte, hermanos!
    I have been here before and every other Latin America country except Venezuela. I always like to test the pharmacies also. But I haven't tried one here before. The only other country that I can think is easy to get something like Ambien is Peru and if they have it Nicaragua will give you whatever they have. I used to know a pharmacy in Bogota that had a special box full of stuff, but the last time I went there he pretended like he didn't have his big box of goodies anymore. Also in Cabo Can Lucas there is a pharmacy that sells meds made in India. It all seemed legit to me, but the prices aren't very cheap. I don't see a pharmacy here in GUA on every block like they have in Colombia though. But I'll check some out.

  3. #42
    Gentlemen:

    I have now spent about six months total in this country and I like it a lot, and might start spending half the year here. But it is not a mongering destination. If you find yourself here, there is an adequate supply of prostitutes. Don't come down here for a few days or a week to monger because you will be disappointed. And that is true whether you speak Spanish or not. If you don't speak Spanish, you will really be wasting your time. Guatemalans, or chapines as they call themselves, are probably the friendliest people overall I have met in all of LatAm. But the mongering is definitely sub-par in terms of looks, venues, and ease of access.

  4. #41
    Gentlemen: I have been in Guatemala for about a month now and I have some observations to share. Regarding flying in to the country, I recommend staying at the Casa Blanca which is literally adjacent to the exit gate at the airport. They will pick you up and take you back, and the drivers were ecstatic to be tipped $2 for the ride and carrying my luggage upstairs. If that does not appeal you can walk there. I know it might sound shaky but you have to see it. A couple of hundred well lit meters to the gate (go to the left exiting the airport) and as soon as you hit the security gate it is on your right. Good free breakfast as well.

    This is an economical alternative for the budget traveler. A lot of potentially useful drugs such as Ambien, Vicodin, and Xanax are available over the counter. It is important to know that by law, you are entitled to a 30% discount on medications, but you have to ask for it, in some form of Spanish, or you will not receive it. Vicodin is less than $1 a pill with the discount and Ambien is about $1. 75 per pill. Weed is easy to find and can be smoked somewhat openly in the evenings at the many rooftop bars. About $30 an ounce and also know that they use pounds and ounces here, as well as gallons. Libras, onzas, and galones. They don't really know about kilograms.

    Now, I always give beer prices. The cheapest local beer is Bravha and goes for 3. 5 quetzales for a 12 ounce can in the supermarket, but up to twice for that in the convenience stores, depending on how late at night it is, how stupid you look, and your level of Spanish. So it is 7. 65 quetzals to the dollar and that has been rock steady since I have been there. You can get returnable liters as low as 8 quetzales. 980 CL of Bacardi is 47.95 quetzales in the supermarket. That is a bit over 6 dollars. My favorite lunch place is 20 Q and they love a 2 Q tip. Many others for 25 or for 40 with two beers. Beer prices in bars range from 10 at happy hour to 25. Buy bags of cut up fruit or veggies (make sure you don't eat the peels if there are any, like with the radishes) for 5 Q and 3-4 tortillas for 1 Q /.

    Lots of eurosluts running around Antigua so no need to monger but I did find the places in Jocotenango and you could walk there in the afternoon but don't walk the fuck back, at all. Anything north of Primera Calle in Antigua gets real shaky real fast. Probably I will need the services in Joco before I leave and will report accordingly.

    Suerte, hermanos!

  5. #40
    Mongers: I am seeking information about the Guatemala City airport versus the Managua airport. I will be using miles so which one is cheaper to fly into does not matter. I seek info about cost of ground transportation and general pain in the assedness associated with these two airports. Ease of in and out, degree of rundownedness, this type of thing.

    Thanks!

  6. #39

    Info help needed for newbie

    I will be in Quatemala City for a few days.

    What will be a good hotel to stay for getting chica?

    And a good website?

    I speak little spanish.

  7. #38

    Border info.

    HI Dude,

    Cool where you been I too always wanted to to Haiti Kronous Was in Dr twice, Maybe next time I will go To Haiti when I'm in DR.

    I shall be in Guatemala arriving probably thru Tapachula on Plane from Guadalajara. Any updates then how to bus it from there to G C?

    Post here folks or pm me on this, Keep in touch too Kronuos, Later, Nibs. QUOTE=Kronous; 1186137]I would like to travel to Central America before the end of this month however, I'm not sure which place would be the best for me considering hobbyng cost and safety. I'm well traveled in Asia and I have been to Haiti once so this would not be my first rodeo. Elements to consider would be be that I only speak basic Spanish and I only have a week to spend. I need insights from a well traveled pro. I have read the forums for Guate, Costa, Nic and Belize but I'm not sure one offers any advantage over the other. Belize was the only place that seemed to be less hospitable to hobbying. Any help would be appreciated.[/QUOTE]

  8. #37

    Need Help

    I would like to travel to Central America before the end of this month however, I'm not sure which place would be the best for me considering hobbyng cost and safety. I'm well traveled in Asia and I have been to Haiti once so this would not be my first rodeo. Elements to consider would be be that I only speak basic Spanish and I only have a week to spend. I need insights from a well traveled pro. I have read the forums for Guate, Costa, Nic and Belize but I'm not sure one offers any advantage over the other. Belize was the only place that seemed to be less hospitable to hobbying. Any help would be appreciated.

  9. #36

    Getting it in Antigua.

    i travel to guate on a regular basis for work. it has only been recently that i have been pursuing the hobby in guatemala, mainly because i feared for my safety and well being. hormones got the best of me about a year ago. i grabbed a copy of the prensa and found a place in zona 4. i found the location without too many problems.

    i was met at the door by a bouncer who asked me why i was there. i told him i was looking for a girl. he told me to wait, then disappeared up stairs. it felt like i was waiting for hours, but it was probably only 2 or 3 minutes. everyone on the street knows what goes on there and it seemed as though one in four would stop and stare at the gringo waiting to get laid.

    the bouncer led me upstairs to what appeared to be a very run down strip club. they offered me a drink and brought me a document i had to fill out. after i completed the paper work, a line of about 6 girls came out and stood in front of me. there were three chubby girls who were cute, but definitely looked ****. i decided not to take my chances so i chose one of the older girls.

    she was very bubbly and polite. she took me back into a room where there was a bed and a window open to the hustle and bustle of zona 4. she pulled out a hand full of condoms and then reached into my pants to get me going. she worked me up with a bbbj then rolled the condom on. i laid on the bed and she went for a ride. she really got into the act, bucking and thrashing and moaning the entire time. after i came she started over again. i was sure to include a tip for her hard work.

    the last time i was down in september of 2010. i stayed in antigua. i asked a tuk tuk driver where the girls were. he directed me to jocotenengo about 5 miles up the road from antigua. i found a place that was open at 3 in the afternoon. i went in, bought a drink then was approached by one of the girls. same thing, took me up stairs to a small bedroom and rocked my world. she was about a 7 out of 10. a little older, but had a good body. lots of chit chat between her and the other girls as i was leaving.

    i would like to know where i can find some better quality girls if anybody has any tips.

  10. #35

    Guns Guns and less Guns

    Well down in Guatemala right now and has changed alot since my last time here in 91. There are still a bunch of armed guards but nothing like when the civil war was going onback then.

    No longer need to ride the chicken buses to get evry where, there are tourist shuttles running everywhere with usally just gringo backpackers. Some are ok and some still suck (shuttles). Least for me I'm 6' 3".

    Also last time I was in the mountains it was either speak spanish or sharades. For me at that time it was all sharades.

    Now I have shitty spanish that gets me around and fed but not much for conversation so back to school on Monday.

    I pulled into San Pedro up at Atitlan and everything is in english. Lots of travelers and still cheap. So you can travel here with out any spanish and get by. Staying at a place called Mikaso right on the lake. About $20 us a night. Bit of party seen for the younger crowd but clean rooms and excellent food. Actually tons of good eats around here, but will be surprized to find much mongering. Hoping someone on here has some good news for me.

    People here are still very friendly and that helps make a place, but I still like Colombia much better, but you need some spanish skills there. Hopefully the schooling here will help me out some more.

    Cheers everyone

    Sky

  11. #34

    Re: 4a Ave 12-27 Zona 9 (next to Del Tingo Al Tango restaurant)

    Sorry for my delayed response on this, but Riodulce is correct, the casa is no more. Although it is still full of *****s. About 20 girls that work at the Moulin Rouge club live there now.

    Its becoming a bit of a common practice. Over in Zone 5 there is a house for most of the Caprichos girls (now called Belagios).

    I guess its a way for the clubs to limit the freelancing and keep tabs on the girls. I tried to get a Moulin Rouge girl to come spend the night with me after Moulin Rouge closed so I could pay her directly and not the club. But she explained if she didn't go back to the house after the club closed she would get in trouble. So I ended up paying the club fee to bring her home for the night. They don't have problems going out on Sunday's though, so that still works for freelance opportunities.

    Quote Originally Posted by Riodulce
    4a Ave 12-27 Zona 9 (next to Del Tingo Al Tango restaurant)
    Went by there last week and is no longer a casa :-(

  12. #33

    Re: West Wood report

    Thanks for the update on the hotel.
    I am amazed such a nice clean place exists in Zona 1, and at a great price. About twice that amount at Los Torres in Zona 10, but easier and safer to manuver later in the evening than Zona 1.
    I am sure you probably didn't walk around there after 8pm, as is possible in Zona 4 & 10. But none-the-less, the place looks very nice.

    Wow, what a drag you ran into while down there...the volcano, hurricane and pilot strike.
    You hit the trifecta my friend.

    Thanks for your report.

  13. #32

    Guatemala City Report

    I went to Guatemala City on June 2, 2010 for a two week vacation stay. I stayed at the Hotel Spring, 8aAvenida 12-65, Zona 1. The room was very nice and cost less than 17 dollars a night. It included a shower and two beds. Their web site is http://www.Unclic.com/spring/location.htm. The hotel does not allow guest s and is very safe to stay at. The ladies were very nice in Guatemala City. I followed the advice on the forum which was to get a copy of the La Prensa Libre which is the local news paper. In the news paper are listed massages and their addresses. I walked to each place which was located in easy walking distance from the hotel and for a complete massage which included everything it cost 50 dollars. There are also street walkers near the hotel I stayed at. The street walkers seemed clean and cost 20 to 30 dollars. I am and older person and am retired. For a person on a fixed income, I would recommend going to Guatemala City. I carried a lot of cash in a money belt. I am street wise and avoided any problems. Each restaurant has heavy security with an armed guard at its entrance. That was a little unnerving. The air port banks have the worst exchange rate. Money exchangers closely inspect USA bills and if there is a small tear in the currency they will not exchange it. I did find an ATM down town to exchange money. I was able to join a gym for 17 dollars for 30 days that was new and very nice. I went on a number of tours and recommend the Agencia de Viajes Inter Quentzal at 7a. Ave. 1-20 Zona 4 Edif. Torre Café, Of. 204 Tels: (502) 2360-1432. Overall it was a fun trip. If I did not have nonrefundable tickets I would have probably canceled the trip. On May 29, 2010, 20 miles from Guatemala City there was a major volcanic eruption and there was volcanic ash all over the city which had been swept up in large piles while I was there. On May 30, 2010 tropical storm Agatha had hit Guatemala with major destruction. Because of the storm, the roads were very exciting to drive on. Also, while I was in Guatemala, the airlines that I had flown in on, Spirit had a pilot strike and I had to fly home on another airlines. Fortunately I had trip insurance. I got sick twice and recommend not eating the lettuce.
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  14. #31

    4a Ave 12-27 Zona 9 (next to Del Tingo Al Tango restaurant)

    4a Ave 12-27 Zona 9 (next to Del Tingo Al Tango restaurant)
    Went by there last week and is no longer a casa :-(

  15. #30

    Esquintla and Puerto San Jose

    Coonrod -
    I don't know those areas very well yet and haven't had a chance to explore them. But there are casas and clubs in very descent sized town in Guatemala. I know for sure there are some in Escuintla becuase there was a robbery and murder at one a couple of months ago and it was all over the news here. Don't let that deter you though. Just ask a taxi driver and they will get you to the chicas.

    If you are able to get some actual names and addresses during your travel in Esquintla and PSJ, please post for the rest of us.

    Quote Originally Posted by Coonrod
    Gentlemen, I am traveling within the next week to Guatemala. Don't always have the opportunity to hit the city. Looking for any information about casas in Escuintla or PSJ.

    Coonrod

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