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  1. #103
    Thanks for the response. I will first take at the websites you suggested.

    Quote Originally Posted by JjBee62  [View Original Post]
    You won't find much info on escort agency sites here. Most of the contributers here are experienced and frequent mongers. I believe most have found that, for them, they get better experiences for less money by avoiding the escort agencies and using the other options available.

    In Bogota those options are (by price, low to high):

    Santa Fe street girls.

    Santa Fe clubs.

    Chapinero day casas.

    Online ad sites (Mileroticos, Photoprepagos, etc).

    Massage Parlors.

    Chapinero clubs.

    Twitter.

    North Bogota clubs.

    The guys who stick with escort services seem to be mongers of opportunity; business travelers, who when away from the wife take the opportunity to get a little. They don't tend to leave many reviews.

  2. #102

    Places to stay

    Hello,

    Planing a trip to Colombia in March I have been reading all the great information on the forums here. The two places I looking at staying right now are hotel Lugano suites and click clack hotel does any one have any experience with either of these places?

  3. #101
    Quote Originally Posted by Jayclag  [View Original Post]
    Hi everyone,

    Thanks (especially to Routard) for the great information! Routard listed a bunch of agency sites. Just wondering if anyone has any recent experience with any of them? Or you if you have any independent recommendations, please let me know as well.

    Going to Bogota for the very first time next week. Very excited!

    Thanks!
    You won't find much info on escort agency sites here. Most of the contributers here are experienced and frequent mongers. I believe most have found that, for them, they get better experiences for less money by avoiding the escort agencies and using the other options available.

    In Bogota those options are (by price, low to high):

    Santa Fe street girls.

    Santa Fe clubs.

    Chapinero day casas.

    Online ad sites (Mileroticos, Photoprepagos, etc).

    Massage Parlors.

    Chapinero clubs.

    Twitter.

    North Bogota clubs.

    The guys who stick with escort services seem to be mongers of opportunity; business travelers, who when away from the wife take the opportunity to get a little. They don't tend to leave many reviews.

  4. #100

    Escort (Agency or Independent) Recommendations?

    Hi everyone,

    Thanks (especially to Routard) for the great information! Routard listed a bunch of agency sites. Just wondering if anyone has any recent experience with any of them? Or you if you have any independent recommendations, please let me know as well.

    Going to Bogota for the very first time next week. Very excited!

    Thanks!

  5. #99

    Hotel San Fracis

    Quote Originally Posted by FakeNick  [View Original Post]
    ]
    However it is hard to get the shower temperature in a mid range, either it is hot or cold. The instructions above the shower handle are worthless..
    Stayed at hotel San Francis for 3 days. Biggest problem I have with the hotel is their cheap thin curtains. Its not good enough to block out the light in the morning and its a pain in the ass to wake up in the morning after late night partying. I also found the hotel sub-par compared to IBIS. If money is not a problem one should definitely stay at IBIS.

  6. #98

    IBIS better than San Francisco-except for their private taxis.

    Quote Originally Posted by Magaman  [View Original Post]
    Ibis was very good. Good AC, good darkout curtains, safe worked and was bolted down properly. As compared to Hotel San Francisco de Asis no blackout curtains, safe doesn't work, not bolted down, no ac (doesn't have it) and it warms up a little on an east facing room, some receptacles not working, great view looking right at Monserrate though and breakfast included plus playtown is just a few blocks over. Unlike Bangkok none of these hotels have mini frig in the room which kinda sucks. Ice doesn't seem to be a thing in Bogota. They can keep the arepas and give me ice. LOL.
    Agree 100%. Did not see any A/C venting in my room, however there was a window which opened outside. Very noisy on weekends until about 2 am, with a club downstairs and the lobby is on floor 3.

    However it is hard to get the shower temperature in a mid range, either it is hot or cold. The instructions above the shower handle are worthless.

    However I would recommend not using the IBIS taxis, they try to charge triple what the street taxis charge for the same distance. I took a taxi Saturday to the Mezzanine 104-15 and the Ibis taxi said 35,000 pesos. I said that is high. He then said 25,000 pesos. I took a street taxi back to the hotel for 12,100 pesos.

  7. #97
    Quote Originally Posted by ErrolFlynn  [View Original Post]
    Just a note that the web link for Ibis Museo in Routard's wonderful FAQ is broken.

    The new link is: https://www.accorhotels.com/gb/hotel...eo/index.shtml.
    Ibis was very good. Good AC, good darkout curtains, safe worked and was bolted down properly. As compared to Hotel San Francisco de Asis no blackout curtains, safe doesn't work, not bolted down, no ac (doesn't have it) and it warms up a little on an east facing room, some receptacles not working, great view looking right at Monserrate though and breakfast included plus playtown is just a few blocks over. Unlike Bangkok none of these hotels have mini frig in the room which kinda sucks. Ice doesn't seem to be a thing in Bogota. They can keep the arepas and give me ice. LOL.

  8. #96

    Hotel Ibis Museo

    Just a note that the web link for Ibis Museo in Routard's wonderful FAQ is broken.

    The new link is: https://www.accorhotels.com/gb/hotel...eo/index.shtml.

  9. #95

    Healthy food

    Quote Originally Posted by Grrrr  [View Original Post]
    There's a dubious similarity between Colombia and Philippines when it comes to food. They're both awe full.

    Can any of the experts here point me in the direction of some good healthy food? A sandwich bar with quality ingredients? A pub with a Sunday roast? Authentic Thai restaurant?

    The lack of quality food in both there's countries ensures I'll only ever pay a fleeting visit. I feel like my Aorta is going to explode if I eat anymore fried chicken.
    Try Wok, is a chain and they have many locations is very good SE food. Other option is Osaki.

    Masa, has salads and other healthy options, they have 3 locations.

    PM If questions.

  10. #94
    Quote Originally Posted by Grrrr  [View Original Post]
    There's a dubious similarity between Colombia and Philippines when it comes to food. They're both awe full.

    Can any of the experts here point me in the direction of some good healthy food? A sandwich bar with quality ingredients? A pub with a Sunday roast? Authentic Thai restaurant?

    The lack of quality food in both there's countries ensures I'll only ever pay a fleeting visit. I feel like my Aorta is going to explode if I eat anymore fried chicken.
    I never had any trouble finding healthy food in Colombia. Go to the food court in any mall and you'll find several places serving comida tipica. Generally a plate lunch will consist of your choice of grilled beef, pork or chicken, rice, a small salad with a light dressing, fried plantain, avocado, a bowl of soup and your choice of fruit juice. Some will have fish as well, but it's generally fried. Some add in potatoes or yuca instead of, or in addition to the rice. Price for all runs between 8-18 k.

    Ajiaco or cazuela is also a reasonably healthy alternative. Although I don't know a specific place in Bogota, you should be able to find a place which offers a great selection of fresh fruit salads, along with various juices and smoothies. In Medellin try Salpijugos in Envigado. Fantastic menu. If I remember correctly, one salad I had there contained 13 different types of fresh fruit.

    Another alternative is any Peruvian restaurant. Excellent food and more seasoning than most Colombians use. Or check out the Mexican restaurants. Although the menu in most doesn't offer what you'll find in US Mexican restaurants, I've found most to be delicious.

    The only problems I've found are:

    Low end Chinese restaurants are blah.

    Some cheap restaurants off the beaten path are pretty bad.

    Colombian food in general has a lot less salt.

    If you can't find something good to eat in Bogota, you're not trying.

  11. #93

    Healthy food

    There's a dubious similarity between Colombia and Philippines when it comes to food. They're both awe full.

    Can any of the experts here point me in the direction of some good healthy food? A sandwich bar with quality ingredients? A pub with a Sunday roast? Authentic Thai restaurant?

    The lack of quality food in both there's countries ensures I'll only ever pay a fleeting visit. I feel like my Aorta is going to explode if I eat anymore fried chicken.

  12. #92

    Wednesday

    Hi all!

    So I will be in Bogota Wednesday morning.

    Searching for some action from 8 am to 11 am.

    Should I take the north version with:

    Avispitas, tantra 72 and viaspa or the south version with:

    Nanxing, adhara and dulceria?

    Does anyone have recommendations to any girls of the above parlors?

    I will post my experiences here afterwards.

    Thanks,

    Rossini.

  13. #91

    Few hours in Bogota

    Thank you for comments, so I think I will spent the time in the normal massage parlors getting FS, I hope to find some parlors which open earlier like 9 am. Any suggestions? Any routing suggestions? Where to start? Thanks!

  14. #90
    Quote Originally Posted by Rossiniat  [View Original Post]
    I'll be in Bogota just for a stopover I would land at 4 am Next flight at 1:30 pm. I will come from Europe so jetlag it's no problem: at 4 am I'm completely awake so what would be the best things to do? I would be interested in massage or in Girls Clubs whatever you suggest. Should I hire a taxi for all the time or is it enough to drive somewhere and drive back to the airport? Money exchange or creditcard? Do I need internet? Because I have no roaming availability. Thank you very much for your suggestions! I hope to post some experiences after I was there. It will be in the beginning of October. Thank you!
    There was a woman on seeking who reached out to me who does massages. Her name is Adrianna, and her website is here: http://www.sensualmassagesbogota.com/Model.html.

    She told me that she would only go to North Bogota or to airport hotels. I don't know what your budget is, but this is a well rated cheap one with wi fi near the aiport: https://www.hotels.com/ho891012896/?...=1&ZSX=0&SYE=3.

    I'd see how early she would be willing to come to this particular hotel, but I would make sure you contact her well in advance of your arrival. I wouldn't hassle with phone internet or Uber if you go this route.

    I never got a massage or even met her, but she seemed very nice and professional when we communicated.

    Your other option is to grab a cab to Hotel Ibis or if you are daring, a hotel in Santa Fe. Woodman may have a recommendation for you on this.

    Ibis has airport transport so you may be able to get a free return. I am not sure if they will pick you up at 4 AM though, so you might need to get a cab. If you pay over $10 USD or 35,000 COP, you are getting ripped off. The official taxis thing is bullshit. Best price is actually Uber, but it's a hassle at the airport.

    Get your room and then walk or get a cab to the Santa Fe streets and ask the Venezuelan hotties there to give you a sample back rub. Chances are you will find one who will satisfy your needs. If you can't get a room, an hour long massage, and a happy ending or FS for $50 USD, I would be surprised.

    I'd budget $50 or so if you want to take them back to Hotel Ibis. This is the route I would personally take if I wanted a massage and more as I thought the hotels in Santa Fe were kind of gross. Good luck!

  15. #89
    Quote Originally Posted by Routard  [View Original Post]
    Sorry, I can't help you with any recommendation about massage parlors offering only massage, body body or HJ. Not my cup of tea LOL!
    So then perhaps you are the right man for all the other options?

    What would you suggest? Avispitas, nanxing, mantracolombia Open at 8 am; adhara, viaspa, sex on the way, armonyspa open at 9 am, all the rest at 10 am.

    What would be your combination of you want 3 sessions?

    Of course I am open to all other possibilities.

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