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  1. #112
    Quote Originally Posted by HoLover1  [View Original Post]
    Go to the Magic Barbershop on Cra 10 No 22-73. It is a block from the San Francisco Hotel. The owner speaks English and previously lived in Orlando. I am helping him with an immigration matter and cannot advise you about the quality of his haircuts.
    Sounds good! Added to the map.

  2. #111
    Quote Originally Posted by HoLover1  [View Original Post]
    Go to the Magic Barbershop on Cra 10 No 22-73. It is a block from the San Francisco Hotel. The owner speaks English and previously lived in Orlando. I am helping him with an immigration matter and cannot advise you about the quality of his haircuts.
    Thanks! Do they just do haircuts. Or waxing, man-scaping, etc?

  3. #110

    Bogota barber

    Quote Originally Posted by YyzTravel  [View Original Post]
    This is a question that needs answering Any Bogota locals have good suggestions for haircut / waxing / etc for men for a visit?
    Go to the Magic Barbershop on Cra 10 No 22-73. It is a block from the San Francisco Hotel. The owner speaks English and previously lived in Orlando. I am helping him with an immigration matter and cannot advise you about the quality of his haircuts.

  4. #109
    Quote Originally Posted by FakeNick  [View Original Post]
    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.
    Did you try a rideshare option like Uber while you were there? I heard that while not usually the cheapest, is the most transparent with their fares.

  5. #108
    Quote Originally Posted by DeepXliv  [View Original Post]
    Any recommendations on a barber and manscape service?
    This is a question that needs answering Any Bogota locals have good suggestions for haircut / waxing / etc for men for a visit?

  6. #107
    Quote Originally Posted by Igor54  [View Original Post]
    Hi everyone,

    Could anyone answer my questions?

    1) Is prostitution business in Bogota Colombia legal? Yes they say on web it is legal in Colombia, but it could be tricky?

    For example: I live in Canada and here the prostitution is illegal but:

    Prostitution in Canada. Current laws on sex work, introduced by the Conservative government in 2014, make it illegal to purchase or advertise sexual services and illegal to live on the material benefits from sex work. Although it is legal to sell sexual services, in some cases it is illegal to solicit in public areas..
    Society always views sellers of sexual services as someone who is in need and hence they are lenient towards them. But when someone is forced for sexual services, then it becomes illegal, like pimping or forced prostitution.

  7. #106
    Quote Originally Posted by Igor54  [View Original Post]
    Hi everyone,

    Could anyone answer my questions?

    1) Is prostitution business in Bogota Colombia legal? Yes they say on web it is legal in Colombia, but it could be tricky?

    For example: I live in Canada and here the prostitution is illegal but:

    Prostitution in Canada. Current laws on sex work, introduced by the Conservative government in 2014, make it illegal to purchase or advertise sexual services and illegal to live on the material benefits from sex work. Although it is legal to sell sexual services, in some cases it is illegal to solicit in public areas.

    Can a person purchase sexual services?.
    There's a simple way to answer your question. Go to Bogota. Go to Santa Fe. Find a couple of police who are hanging out around all the prostitutes. Ask them if they are going to arrest you if you have sex with a prostitute.

    It's illegal to have sex with a prostitute under 18. Pimping is illegal. If you try to have sex with a prostitute in a public park or next to a school, you may get into trouble.

    Other than that, prostitution is not illegal in Colombia.

  8. #105

    Is prostitution in Bogota, Colombia is legal?

    Hi everyone,

    Could anyone answer my questions?

    1) Is prostitution business in Bogota Colombia legal? Yes they say on web it is legal in Colombia, but it could be tricky?

    For example: I live in Canada and here the prostitution is illegal but:

    Prostitution in Canada. Current laws on sex work, introduced by the Conservative government in 2014, make it illegal to purchase or advertise sexual services and illegal to live on the material benefits from sex work. Although it is legal to sell sexual services, in some cases it is illegal to solicit in public areas.

    Can a person purchase sexual services?

    Purchasing sexual services and communicating in any place for that purpose is now a criminal offence for the first time in Canadian criminal law. A person convicted of this new offence may be sentenced to up to 5 years imprisonment if prosecuted on indictment, and 18 months if prosecuted by summary conviction. Mandatory minimum fines also apply, including higher mandatory minimum fines if the offence is committed in a public place that is or is next to parks, schools, religious institutions or places where children can reasonably be expected to be present. A person convicted of purchasing sexual services from a person under the age of 18 years may be sentenced to up to 10 years imprisonment. Mandatory minimum penalties of 6 months imprisonment for a first offence and one year for subsequent offences also apply.

    Can a person sell sexual services?

    The new prostitution laws do not criminalize the sale of sexual services. They also protect those who sell their own sexual services from criminal liability for any part they may play in the prostitution offences that prohibit purchasing sexual services, advertising those services, receiving a material benefit from the prostitution of others or procuring others for the purpose of prostitution.

    This means that the new laws do not prevent sellers from taking certain safety measures, should they continue to sell sexual services.

    Thanks.

  9. #104

    Barber and manscape

    Any recommendations on a barber and manscape service?

  10. #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.

  11. #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?

  12. #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.

  13. #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!

  14. #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.

  15. #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.

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