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  1. #191

    Catrasha clit!

    Quote Originally Posted by Psilocybin69  [View Original Post]
    TLDR: Honduras as a whole sucks for hobbying and is expensive, especially if you're not fluent in Spanish, but Tegucigalpa is the best in the country.

    Club Pink Pussycat: Disclaimer as I don't live in Tegucigalpa anymore but this is probably the only westerner friendly strip club in the whole city. It's actually a franchise and the original one is in San Pedro Sula. Looks like they even have East Asian clientele as their most recent review is a 1 star review in Korean! They know this fact which is why prices are surprisingly high. I actually had a pretty good time here if I don't think about value. Came in right as they opened (actually waited outside until they opened). Employees were actually super kind and polite which was surprising as service in Honduras is super hit or miss. Anyways, the bartender here is a deported former resident of the United States that speaks perfect English so even if your Spanish isn't perfect ask him to translate and give him a little tip. Poor guy is trying to turn his life around and raise his kids. Probably a useful contact if you are staying in Tegucigalpa for a while but remember to not be overly trusting. Lap dances are 20 bucks for a couple of songs, and even the waitresses are fair game if they're down. I kind of regret coming in so early as there were only new girls that had no idea what they were doing practicing but on the other hand got to see the whole line up of dancers for the night because I was the only customer. Got a couple of lap dances from the pole dancers but fell in love with a sexy dark skinned MILF waitress and sucked on her juicy thick nips and even got her WhatsApp! Sounds great but the bar fine for her was $200! Not not a typo, 200 fucking US dollars! I declined, and she flaked on me after we chatted for a bit on WhatsApp because she didn't want to meet outside the club. Seems like this pricing is similar to what they charge at Pink Pussycat in San Pedro Sula. How the fuck are they going charge more than Hong Kong in Tijuana or the same as an AMP in the USA and expect to get clients? I don't know..
    Is there a red light district in Tegucigalpa? I want to go to the local *****houses where there are no foreigners or gringos! Also I'm down for the street hookers what are the prices?

  2. #190

    Got to be brave and not a good value but is possible

    TLDR: Honduras as a whole sucks for hobbying and is expensive, especially if you're not fluent in Spanish, but Tegucigalpa is the best in the country.

    Club Pink Pussycat: Disclaimer as I don't live in Tegucigalpa anymore but this is probably the only westerner friendly strip club in the whole city. It's actually a franchise and the original one is in San Pedro Sula. Looks like they even have East Asian clientele as their most recent review is a 1 star review in Korean! They know this fact which is why prices are surprisingly high. I actually had a pretty good time here if I don't think about value. Came in right as they opened (actually waited outside until they opened). Employees were actually super kind and polite which was surprising as service in Honduras is super hit or miss. Anyways, the bartender here is a deported former resident of the United States that speaks perfect English so even if your Spanish isn't perfect ask him to translate and give him a little tip. Poor guy is trying to turn his life around and raise his kids. Probably a useful contact if you are staying in Tegucigalpa for a while but remember to not be overly trusting. Lap dances are 20 bucks for a couple of songs, and even the waitresses are fair game if they're down. I kind of regret coming in so early as there were only new girls that had no idea what they were doing practicing but on the other hand got to see the whole line up of dancers for the night because I was the only customer. Got a couple of lap dances from the pole dancers but fell in love with a sexy dark skinned MILF waitress and sucked on her juicy thick nips and even got her WhatsApp! Sounds great but the bar fine for her was $200! Not not a typo, 200 fucking US dollars! I declined, and she flaked on me after we chatted for a bit on WhatsApp because she didn't want to meet outside the club. Seems like this pricing is similar to what they charge at Pink Pussycat in San Pedro Sula. How the fuck are they going charge more than Hong Kong in Tijuana or the same as an AMP in the USA and expect to get clients? I don't know. Maybe someone can enlighten me. I guess they do have a monopoly though.

    Street girls: I was warned a lot of them are TS. Maybe you're down. You can start seeing them on Boulevard Morazan after it gets dark. Would highly recommend you do not this out of your own safety.

    SA: Definitely the way to go in my opinion, had multiple propositions but prepare options beforehand. Honduran girls are extremely flakey so have back up options. Had an amazing 20 yo who I would see regularly that spoke pretty good English, a little chubby but busty, and a masochist. Unfortunately it seems like she has retired but there were plenty of girls who were willing to P4P for $100 for a hour. One even offered her anus.

  3. #189
    Quote Originally Posted by IguanaSix  [View Original Post]
    Anyone have a link for the page of this club? Anyone been there?
    Hello fellow friends,

    What is the latest in Tegucigalpa landing tomorrow for a 5 day trip. Maybe someone has latest ground info of a club or bar we can find freelancer action.

    Cheers.

  4. #188

    Kabaret? Club Pink Pussy Cat VIP?

    Anyone have a link for the page of this club? Anyone been there?

  5. #187

    ANY info at all on Tegu?

    Seriously, folks, there has to be SOME action in that town?

  6. #186
    Quote Originally Posted by GasparLeMarc12  [View Original Post]
    It can be tough but there are certainly some great finds. It's just tough to navigate. You will find a couple of agencies with higher priced girls, one even has foreigners. Wanuncios has a few good ones in a sea of TV's and scams. But you can see through fairly easy. FB is actually pretty good to find some, there are a couple guys that recommendable indies that give them a commission. Good luck, you will find some really pretty and fun girls that aren't hardened pros. PM for more info if needed.
    You were NOT kidding when you described Wanuncios as a sea of TVs and scams.

    Can anyone recommend any of these agencies?

  7. #185

    Tegus.

    Quote Originally Posted by IguanaSix  [View Original Post]
    "Bueler? Bueler?. Bueler?
    It can be tough but there are certainly some great finds. It's just tough to navigate. You will find a couple of agencies with higher priced girls, one even has foreigners. Wanuncios has a few good ones in a sea of TV's and scams. But you can see through fairly easy. FB is actually pretty good to find some, there are a couple guys that recommendable indies that give them a commission. Good luck, you will find some really pretty and fun girls that aren't hardened pros. PM for more info if needed.

  8. #184
    Quote Originally Posted by IguanaSix  [View Original Post]
    Going to Tegu for business in a few months and would welcome any tips or advice. Speak the language, familiar with the country. Used to be a happy hunting ground in the 1980's, but the last few times I went since 2005 were very sad. Given how few reports are posted on this page, it was easy to find my trip reports from 2009, 2006, and 2004.

    At any rate, if any recent visitors can offer some direction, I's appreciate it. I tried the Evisos page, but it seems very user-unfriendly: no photos in many of them. I did see the a new trend in ads: "I'm a Colombian in Tegucigalpa looking for financial help," with what looked like fake picts and begged the question, what is a prepago doing in Tegucigalpa when there are so many better markets closer to home? The classified scene is much better in the other Central American countries.
    "Bueler? Bueler?. Bueler?

  9. #183

    I would welcome any advice

    Going to Tegu for business in a few months and would welcome any tips or advice. Speak the language, familiar with the country. Used to be a happy hunting ground in the 1980's, but the last few times I went since 2005 were very sad. Given how few reports are posted on this page, it was easy to find my trip reports from 2009, 2006, and 2004.

    At any rate, if any recent visitors can offer some direction, I's appreciate it. I tried the Evisos page, but it seems very user-unfriendly: no photos in many of them. I did see the a new trend in ads: "I'm a Colombian in Tegucigalpa looking for financial help," with what looked like fake picts and begged the question, what is a prepago doing in Tegucigalpa when there are so many better markets closer to home? The classified scene is much better in the other Central American countries.

  10. #182
    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfurt  [View Original Post]
    Artisttyp -thanks. The only club I saw but did not visit was the one mention in my report which was literally around the corner from my hotel. In Tegucigalpa google map search for 'Kabaret' -although the current name of the establishment is VIP something. I only walked on Blvd Morazan for lunch and early dinner, did not see any street action. There are strip malls on the Blvd Morazan but I did not visit any of them. I must say that I left hotel with only hard cash in Lempiras equivalent of 20-30 Euros, no watch, no cell phone nada.

    I'd say that Blvd Morazan is walkable in daytime, there are some coffee shops that came recommended to me by a US person who is now living in Tegu as a teacher. She recommended 'Sigua' coffee shop which is on the street between Morazan and Ave LOS Proceres. She also recommended 'Matambritas' for best burgers which is right where Sigua coffee shop is. I only ate at Lebanos and at El Patio, both walkable and on Blvd Morazan. I also recommend staying at Aparthotel Las Hortensias. The only negative was not having a fridge in the room -although it may be available if you ask but I didn't as I was only there for couple of nights. There is also a western quality grocery store near hotel and is on google map -search for 'Supermercado La Colonia'. This store has everything you'd need to stock up in your room.

    I will happy to give you the driver contact in Tegu in case you decide to go.

    Frankfurt.
    Thanks for the info. I am still in the research phase of a Honduras trip. At the moment I have no plans on going through with it.

  11. #181
    Artisttyp -thanks. The only club I saw but did not visit was the one mention in my report which was literally around the corner from my hotel. In Tegucigalpa google map search for 'Kabaret' -although the current name of the establishment is VIP something. I only walked on Blvd Morazan for lunch and early dinner, did not see any street action. There are strip malls on the Blvd Morazan but I did not visit any of them. I must say that I left hotel with only hard cash in Lempiras equivalent of 20-30 Euros, no watch, no cell phone nada.

    I'd say that Blvd Morazan is walkable in daytime, there are some coffee shops that came recommended to me by a US person who is now living in Tegu as a teacher. She recommended 'Sigua' coffee shop which is on the street between Morazan and Ave LOS Proceres. She also recommended 'Matambritas' for best burgers which is right where Sigua coffee shop is. I only ate at Lebanos and at El Patio, both walkable and on Blvd Morazan. I also recommend staying at Aparthotel Las Hortensias. The only negative was not having a fridge in the room -although it may be available if you ask but I didn't as I was only there for couple of nights. There is also a western quality grocery store near hotel and is on google map -search for 'Supermercado La Colonia'. This store has everything you'd need to stock up in your room.

    I will happy to give you the driver contact in Tegu in case you decide to go.

    Frankfurt.

    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    Good Report. Nice to get some current info.

    Did you see any street action or low end girly clubs or did you just order online?

    Is the city walkable in some areas and are the amenities like restaurants, malls Etc decent?

    Thanks.

  12. #180

    Frankfurt

    Good Report. Nice to get some current info.

    Did you see any street action or low end girly clubs or did you just order online?

    Is the city walkable in some areas and are the amenities like restaurants, malls Etc decent?

    Thanks.

  13. #179

    Hotel recommendations.

    Any suggestions for good hotels to stay at close to the chica action?

    Please advise.

    Thank you.

  14. #178
    Thanks Mfins -you are absolutely correct in your assessment of the 'terror threat' So far you and I both have survived San Salvador and Tegu so that's some statistics in our favor!

    Great insight on your part on the whole finger printing situation -makes sense.

    Regarding my last night in Tegu, the flaquita showed up right on time at 8 PM -throughout the day she was sending me messages and photos of her getting ready for the visit for TLN What a cutie. She lives north of the city about half hour by taxi (according to her) -same young kid transported her two days in a row for 150 Lempira each way that I gladly paid him. The last night was awesome, let's just say she was a horny little thing. I recall after falling asleep exhausted around mid night, at some point around 3 AM, she was under the sheets, between my legs, working on the little guy! Wow. No complaints there. I gave her 2500 Lempira plus some extra in dollars that she never asked for. She asked to give her a ride on my way to the airport. My trusted driver was right on time at 7:15 AM and on way to the airport, we dropped her off at Metro Mall or something like that fairly close to the airport.

    Tegu chapter closed on a high note.

    I am in Roatan now and have to thank El Mechanico for his extreme generosity and help with Roatan!

    I am in a rather poor WiFi zone and not able to either upload photos from my last night in Tegu or from first night in Roatan -so will be posting report later.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mfins  [View Original Post]
    Good Report. Thanks for taking the time to update!

    A couple of things. When you read about the murders and crime in the paper how many of those are tourists? I venture to say none. I have mentioned this in other forums but, the people who are being murdered are mostly opposing gang members, or people who are involved in extortion, have borrowed money from the gangs and haven't paid it back etc. They do not target tourists. The newspapers sensationalize everything especially here in the US. They will have you believing that as you walk off the plane you will be gunned down or kidnapped. It simply isn't true. If you stay out of Gang infested areas and use minimal common sense a tourist will be as safe in Tegus as any where else.

  15. #177
    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfurt  [View Original Post]
    Reporting live from Tegu:

    Despite being in rest of Central America, I must admit that this has been one hell of a nerve wrecking trip for me so far. All days leading up to my trip I was reading local Honduran newspapers such as El Heraldo http://www.elheraldo.hn/ and every day the paper was filled with the dreaded words of 'Matan' and 'Asesinadas'. And today while sitting in my hotel in Tegu yet once again I read the headline in El Heraldo that translates to:

    "The victims in these first six months of 2018, mostly men totaled 70 Hondurans who lost their lives in 21 massacres".

    And that headline overshadowed the headline earlier this morning where a mechanic was shot dead when he was called to repair a taxi on a bridge.

    So one must ask the question, what drives us (yes you the readers and I) to keep doing this, travel thousands of miles to places such as Honduras and risk our lives. However since this is not the forum to delve into the deeper questions of 'existentialism' -let me just get to why you are reading this.

    Arrival at TGU:

    Bad time for my flight arrival as three or four other flights arrived at the same time including flights from Miami, Costa Rica and El Salvador. I haven't seen this many Jesus and Christ related T shirts and tote bags in my life. Why are Americans so religious compared to Europeans? We can skip this question too as this is not the forum to delve deeper into existence, actually lack thereof a god. Anyhow in a long immigration line several that came off of flights from USA were some sort of missionary, holding bibles, musical instruments for their choir and wearing Jesus freak clothing. The couple I was chatting with in the line had been coming to Honduras for 20 years on Jesus missions. I politely lied to them when they asked about my reasons of travel to Honduras.

    The processing time per person at the immigration kiosk was way too long. I timed it, the immigration officers were on average taking 5-7 minutes per person and that process included finger printing 4 fingers on each hand followed by two thumbs. If you are carrying an extra digit, you will be responsible for adding extra wait time for the people waiting in line behind you. Never mind the fact that every so often the officer had to wipe clean the scanner, adding more time and / or borrow the immigration stamp from the adjacent booth. So that begs yet another question -instead of wasting hours of resources finger printing peaceful visitors, tourists, missionaries and horn dogs, shouldn't the government of Honduras be spending more resources on tackling the astronomical murder and crime rate in their capital city? But since this is not the forum to discuss law enforcement philosophy either, let's skip this question too.

    Transportation & hotel:

    If anyone needs a solid and reliable transportation person, PM me. I was fortunate to find one prior to my arrival and he was awaiting for me at the airport arrivals holding name card for the fake name I had given him. Sometimes paranoid knows no bounds. He works for or operates a transportation company and provides airport transfers, hourly service and tours etc. He doesn't speak English but he has another guy in his team who does.

    Based on Loso69's last report on this forum I also opted for the same hotel and didn't regret it. Loso69 if you are reading this, the corner market store is no more and Kabaret around the corner is now called 'Pussy Cats VIP'. Since I am not a VIP, I don't think I'd be visiting it.

    Restaurants:

    During pre trip research, had dropped couple markers on the google map. One of those places is called 'El Patio' which is open 24 hours and get rave reviews. However my solo visit there along with my driver was nothing to write home about. I did however manage to get the phone number and subsequently photos of our waitress and she is in play if I had time on my hands and not too many balls to juggle.

    Chicas:

    Despite all the doom & gloom about Tegu on this forum, I had little hopes of scoring anything as the place sounded like a wasteland. Boy was I wrong or what! In less than 24 hours, I have nutted 4 times with three different girls and two are lined up for tonight. Yes, it's all here but requires a lot of hard work, persistence and Spanish.

    There are many 'chicas universitaria' who are offering themselves under different slogans (e. G. I am not an 'scort') but the end result is the same -you get laid, they get paid. Simple as that.

    My first contact was off of Evisos website under 'mujer busca hombre' or 'servicio eroticos'. I met Sandra and Michel for trio at their apt which was very safe (gated apt complex near UNAH). 1500 Lempiras, two rounds including lesbian action. The upshot was when Sandra wanted to sit on my face to lick her while her friend reverse cowgirl'd me. The downside however is that neither is a looker in face or body but Sandra gave off good vibes and speaks some English. Michel had big boobs and Sandra got medium sized ones (see pic). Between the first and second sex rounds, the three of us watched the worst ever penalty shoot out round in the world cup so far. I think you can guess what game I am referring to.

    Later in the evening I was awaiting arrival of my 'chica universitaria' who is a total doll. It had been quite difficult getting hold of or contacting her as she was always out of credits on her cell phone and therefore did not have whatsapp service. She doesn't speak a word of English but I love her nubile petite figure and how she says 'tranquilo amor'. I had great help from hotel guy at the front desk in talking to her taxi driver to bring her to hotel! How does that saying go? -'sometimes it takes a village.'

    My petite chica gave me the best GFE in recent history -she doesn't know how to say 'no' -everything is on the menu. She gets really really wet and when she comes, she has white creamy juices all around her pussy, what a sight for sore eyes.

    The downside is that so far she has twice changed her number. I am to meet her tonight but my messages are not going through, so either she is out of credits again or changed her number again. Who knows. She never asked for any specific amount but since I had given Sandra and Michel 1500 for a trio, I gave her 2000 Lempiras for an excellent evening with no rush whatsoever. Later in the night she sent me a cute message 'me hubiera gustado estar mas tiempo".

    Fuck me.

    Day 1 was in the books and I was still alive.

    Day 2 started out with bunch of whatsapp messages from girls I had contacted but never heard back. One of them goes by Semdy on Evisos. She is another 'chica universitaria' (see pic of blonde with big papis). Semdy only does it when she needs the money and then deletes her ads and doesn't respond to messages. She prefers to be contacted via her FB inbox. Also Semdy is not for hanging out or TLN, she is the definition of quickie. I suspect she is married. Currently she is pregnant, in college and was needing money so she responded. Literally from the time I replied to her, it took her 30 minutes to show up at the hotel. Good timing as I was just finishing breakfast and was ready for her. Semdy loved to 69, I didn't ask for full service as she offered oral with CIM -what more can a guy ask from a busty blond college girl for 800 Lempiras (33 USD). Semdy told me she will be falling off the radar for a while until she has the need again to do 'this' again.

    After settling down from morning rush, responded to another girl who posts online only for selling photos and videos. My initial inquiry to her days ago was that I don't care about photos or videos but if she wants to meet in person, we can work out the details. She obliged, sent me couple of her pics (see selfie pics below). She wants 800 Lempiras ($33 USD). I am trying to schedule a time with her as my stay here is short and I am finding out that these girls generally don't have cell service all the time. Sometimes it takes them hours or days to respond.

    So tonight it is either going to be my petite chica or this new chica universitaria.

    So gentlemen, the morale of the story is that there is plenty of pussy to be had in Tegu but it requires some old fashioned hard and persistence. It is not a 'point and click' place as it's other counterparts in Central America. In bigger scheme of things, Belize and Honduras would still be at the bottom of the list compared to Panama or Costa Rica -both in terms of overall political and safety situation and of course as far as the supply of chicas go.

    Disclaimer -don't come to Tegu if you are only coming for the hobby. I'd hate for someone to get robbed or killed in the process if they decide to come to Tegu based on my reporting alone.

    Oh wait, the petite chica just got back to me with - 'hoy si quieres hacemos un video'.

    Yeah, fuck me lucky horn dog!
    Good Report. Thanks for taking the time to update!

    A couple of things. When you read about the murders and crime in the paper how many of those are tourists? I venture to say none. I have mentioned this in other forums but, the people who are being murdered are mostly opposing gang members, or people who are involved in extortion, have borrowed money from the gangs and haven't paid it back etc. They do not target tourists. The newspapers sensationalize everything especially here in the US. They will have you believing that as you walk off the plane you will be gunned down or kidnapped. It simply isn't true. If you stay out of Gang infested areas and use minimal common sense a tourist will be as safe in Tegus as any where else.

    Secondly, they have implemented that stupid finger printing thing because of pressure from the US. They want everyone and everything documented. The information they gather is shared with the US. Usually on flight manifests and watch lists. I am quite sure the US has funded the upgrading of the finger print scanners (along with other things) or has threatened to cut funding or restrict travel to the US of Honduran citizens if they didn't comply.

    I am glad you found so much good talent in Tegus. I guess for me it seems like a waste land because their are few clubs and strip joints or at least one's of any quality. It seems like you found the secret to success and that is excellent!

    I too have been to the Patio restaurant. I thought it was great. They had some cheese dish that was out of this world.

    Again. Good report and look forward to reading more!

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