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  1. #99

    Casa 14

    Quote Originally Posted by Noguera
    Go to the Monsenor Lezcano statue and face towards the lake. To your left maybe 5-10 meters is the major street going north/south. Take that main street north (al lago). Cross the street that goes past the front of Vale Todo (this is a one way street going east, arriba). Go one more block and turn left on the one way street going west (abajo). Go one block west and turn right (al lago). Maybe the 2nd or 3rd house on the left is Claudia's, with the #14 on the front.

    Post a report on your adventure. This is a pretty young thing that I last did at Claudia's.
    Thanks Noguera. Never knew that place, but by a different name. Julio, the owner, is an alright guy. Ever meet a nice girl, 28 years old, from Rivas real-named Selora?

  2. #98

    Ganon/Claudias

    Go to the Monsenor Lezcano statue and face towards the lake. To your left maybe 5-10 meters is the major street going north/south. Take that main street north (al lago). Cross the street that goes past the front of Vale Todo (this is a one way street going east, arriba). Go one more block and turn left on the one way street going west (abajo). Go one block west and turn right (al lago). Maybe the 2nd or 3rd house on the left is Claudia's, with the #14 on the front.

    Post a report on your adventure. This is a pretty young thing that I last did at Claudia's.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails claudia's.bmp‎  

  3. #97

    Need Information - Hotels in Managua

    Myself and wingman will be visiting Managua for the first time in about 2 weeks. We need information on a few decent hotels - that would be 'close in' the the center of things...... not way out in the suburbs !

    Would like to find a hotel that would be: inexpensive; safe; clean; private bath; AC; and nica friendly without any extra fees to bring a gal back to your room.

    Our budget would be in the $ 20.00 per night range, and we would want separate rooms. A swimming pool would be a nice, but not necessary.

    Recommendations please ?????
    Last edited by Stevewxly; 09-13-07 at 18:10. Reason: corrections

  4. #96

    Claudias

    Hello,

    First time writing in here. Can anyone exactly tell me where is the Claudia's that is in the area Monsenor Lezcano? The roads have no markings and I have look up and down the road that goes from the semafore to the estatue Mons Lezcano. There is also a Bravo farmacia on that road there and I know where is the vale todo, so if a person can give me from those points where is the Claudia's it help me very much so. I check some buildings for a number but there are many buildings, I think the number is 14 or 28 I am looking for, I don't recall precicely what I read.

    Thanks please.

  5. #95

    Hurricane Felix

    Hurricane Felix Hits Nicaraguan Coast

    September 4, 2007 7:30pm E.S.T
    Managua, Nicaragua


    Hurricane Felix slammed into Nicaragua's remote northern Atlantic coast this morning, causing the death of at least one person so far. The category five storm, with winds topping 160 miles per hour, was downgraded to category three after it swept through the largest town in the area, Puerto Cabezas, home to 30,000 people, mostly Miskito Indians.

    Local officials described the situation as "chaotic" as strong winds ripped off roof tops and tore down trees. President Daniel Ortega had ordered an evacuation on Saturday, and at least 10,000 were transported to safer grounds. Others are in churches and temporary shelters. The area, which is mostly made up of marsh lands and forest, was already inundated with heavy rains this past June and August. The remote Atlantic coast draws few outside visitors and the rest of Nicaragua remains unaffected, although the potential for flooding and mudslides remains.

    The storm appears to be weakening as it moves north toward Honduras, but officials are warning of potential after affects.

    Felix is the second category five hurricane of this hurricane season, which lasts until November.

    **Initial reports sound somewhat hopeful but I'm sure with the mudslides and flooding people in Nic will be taking row boats to the Supermercado for weeks.

  6. #94
    Quote Originally Posted by Ceza82
    Hello gentlemen,

    I'm planning a trip to Managua in September and was wondering how easy it is to get prescription drugs from pharmacies? For example, is it possible to buy Viagra or Cialis without prescription? Also, does anyone know how difficult it is to get oxycodone without prescription? If anyone has any experience or can help me with any information, i would really appreciate it.

    Thank you
    Yes to the first two. Impossible to the narcotics. You need a receta and the doctors don't write them on request. My regular pharmacy sells Levitra 2 for 1 for around $9-10 the pair. No idea the cost of V or C but no receta needed.

    You can get benzos, antibiotics, birth control but no narcotics not even tylenol #3. I had a receta from Hosp. Metripolitano for Tylex (T#3) and I was in their pharmacy and even then I got static. Cannot imagine Oxycodone. I cannot imagine getting caught leaving the country with it either.

    Good prices and good service (including the 2 4 1 Levitra) at FarXmart down from the la Union supermarket near Metrocentro. Hospitals are top $, so are the pharmacies inside the supermarkets. As is the one at ground level at Metrocentro on the north side. Avoid.

    Good prices at the pharmacy near Valentis pizza but it is frequently very crowded and you need to know explicitly what you what as they stare at you like zombies there. they let me browse through the birth control pill cabinet as they could not answer my questions about the dosages of estrogen and progestin by brand. Kind of them I have to say.

  7. #93

    Pharmacies

    Hello gentlemen,

    I'm planning a trip to Managua in September and was wondering how easy it is to get prescription drugs from pharmacies? For example, is it possible to buy Viagra or Cialis without prescription? Also, does anyone know how difficult it is to get oxycodone without prescription? If anyone has any experience or can help me with any information, i would really appreciate it.

    Thank you

  8. #92

    Hookers at the square after dark Parque Colon

    Granada is a fun town can not understand why it is getting slamed on this board. Yes pussy is easy to find at night. I did a lot of walking and would notice many differant street walkers some at 7pm others later 2am big group of working girls on the corner of the park near the Highly recomened Hotel Colonial around 8-11 pm asking 200. 900 cordobas depending on the time spent. Also the tourist pussy is a real option many types of Euro girl's as well as US & Canada chicas & plenty of Nica good girl cuties as well. Do a day tour & at night hunt for action near the square I think you will find it easy but do not be too trusting as not all SW just make thier money from sexo & if they look too young steer clear. Be wise and you can get what you need just not the quility you might want. I think all the best Nica beautys make their way to San Jose Coasta Rica so they can make real money from gringos spending $100 a pop. You even see Russian girls came over to live in CR seems all the Ho's hear about that green pasture. Nicaragua is ALOT cheaper but thats not always a good thing if looks & style are important when you look for a woman.

  9. #91

    Quite a Commute

    Picking up Managua street girls and going to a hotel in Lima sounds time consuming and really expensive too.

  10. #90

    FastFish

    Gotta watch those sw's. I took two to my room in Lima and just barely caught one of them going through my jeans pockets. I threw them out without paying them and stuck to the casas and mp's after that.

  11. #89

    Grand Pollo

    Greetings,

    How are things at sunset on the strip at sunset. I hope to see Luis when I get down in August. Tell him I will call first.

    I will try to hang on to my credit cards this time, only one ***** at a time. God they are quick!

    Later,

    Fastfish

  12. #88

    Indeed.

    He has never been? How can he post on these subjects? He has quite a few posts. This is a chronic problem with web boards, self-made experts who read something then quote like it is fact or still fact. Just as (not) helpful as someone who was in a place 3 or more years ago then posts like it was yesterday, prices, girls, casas, etc., of course things change monthly, and the value is non-existent.

    I do wish newbies would read then send me PM's ONLY for clarification, though, as I get so many already asked and answered questions, I start to resent the work I spend putting the info here to begin with, and despite doing my rounds of the casas and so forth then I get an PM- are there girls and casas? And how much?

  13. #87

    Content?

    Since I have no interest in reading all the disparite forums to even find out there are all these posts (how did you do that?), it is hard to criticize the posts. Are they relevant, up to date and contain helpful info? Any of these? All? None?

    For example I have seen posts that contain two year old information that is not really accurate or relevant so why post that stuff? I find it hard to imagine how someone as you say would be able to post all those posts of recent value in such a short time as they seem to cover the entire world.

    I post here because I am in Nicaragua every month and even though I have a GF there I still visit the casas and all the new ones to report back what is new. And accurate. I used to be in the DR but haven't been there since 2004 so I rarely post there.

    The only other times I post is where I am reading people giving lessons in truly appalling and totally incorrect Spanish, where if followed, people will sound like a worse gringo than one speaking only English.

  14. #86
    Don Kiki's Esteli factory sells a lot of private label cigars, eg. sold under another name in the USA. Not the best but affordable. The best are Padron which you cannot tour and can only buy at their counter in the airport departure level. Most cigar factories are closed to the public and are free zone as well so they are not allowed to sell locally. Esteli is a long drive to just see Don Kiki.

    To save you the money and time ALL cigars in both markets (and the market in Masaya and I would assume, Granada) , e.g., Rbto. Huembes and Mercado Oriental are fakes, and horrendous. Just like the beach cigars in the DR. Nica men are not big cigar smokers so there really isn't much of a demand to sell good ones locally, so they are aimed at the gringo resort tourists. Along with hammocks. Lots and lots of hammocks.

    You can get carrots the size of your arm and onions as big as softballs at the junction at Sebaco, interesting to watch them climb the side of the buses to sell to passengers. This is an important intersection that determines if you are going to head to Matagalpa and the coffee country north-east or north to Honduras on the main highway.

    If there are many (any) chicas in Esteli I'd be interested in knowing where as there were zero the last two times I was there.

    8 or 9 months of advance planning is a lot of advance planning. I am there every 3-5 weeks, starting March/April annually if you need to know anything though I won't go to Esteli to count chicas for you.

  15. #85
    Thank you for the replies and the pms guys. They cleared up a lot of questions I had. Cigars are second fav hobby, getting laid the first of course. Would love to see where my fav cigars come from, and check out the lovely locals as well. Any other hints or tips/info are welcome. As I am still about 8-9 months away from I will have time to do a lot of checking up.

    Thanks again guys

    kk

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