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  1. #1203
    Quote Originally Posted by SexInStl  [View Original Post]
    Was thinking of planning a trip here in March, but haven't seen or heard anything about what's going on there. Anyone?
    In November it was very quiet. Colombia and Venezuela were barred entry so there's a majority of the girls not there. I don't think they are allowing visas, so that's another hurdle.

  2. #1202

    Anybody been?

    Was thinking of planning a trip here in March, but haven't seen or heard anything about what's going on there. Anyone?

  3. #1201
    On island now. Place is a ghost town compared to previous times I've been down (and I've been down thanksgiving week years past and it was kind of dead, but nothing like this). Haven't gone south of the airport, but it's probably the same.

    I've gotten some hits on Tinder and Bumble of what looks like freelancers. Might keep them in mind if I feel the need.

    I think Things might get better for the hobby in the next few months when the borders open for South America (minus Venezuela), Central America and the DR. Or they could bring another wave.

    I've seen a lot more police and military activity in the past two days, and they are stringent on Covid-19 protocols. Looks like they are taking every precaution to limit the numbers of cases. I feel safer here than back home.

  4. #1200
    Quote Originally Posted by ClubTed  [View Original Post]
    Charlie's Bar is not a chica bar. It's a tourist trap for those that venture down from the north to explore the southern part of the island. No view, overpriced drinks and food, they open and close when they feel like. But if you like to look at crap and trinkets tacked to the walls and the all too familiar license plates, then you're in luck. If you're in this part of the island, Zeerovers in Saventa right on the water is the place to go. But again, this is NOT a chica bar either.

    If you're intent on going to Aruba, scroll back about 20 or so pages and invest an hour or so, reading the reports. But remember, the world has changed, they are all pre-COVID. The fact that the board has been silent, indicates to me that San Nicolas has shutdown, much like everywhere else. Until there is some major breakthrough regarding some type of vaccine, I think travelling in general out of your area is going to yield disappointment, especially for mongering. But there have been posters on here that have contacted agencies and have had some pretty good experiences. Again, go back and read posts, especially from senior members who've had many visits to the island under their belts. If you venture to the island, good luck, and remember to give back so others can get a sense of where things stand on the island, especially in San Nicolas.
    I can't speak for what is going on now in San Nicolas but in July before 2nd wave there were chicas from Colombia still working at the back of the bars. They were not a lot but I saw some cute ones.

  5. #1199

    Charlie's Bar

    Charlie's Bar is not a chica bar. It's a tourist trap for those that venture down from the north to explore the southern part of the island. No view, overpriced drinks and food, they open and close when they feel like. But if you like to look at crap and trinkets tacked to the walls and the all too familiar license plates, then you're in luck. If you're in this part of the island, Zeerovers in Saventa right on the water is the place to go. But again, this is NOT a chica bar either.

    If you're intent on going to Aruba, scroll back about 20 or so pages and invest an hour or so, reading the reports. But remember, the world has changed, they are all pre-COVID. The fact that the board has been silent, indicates to me that San Nicolas has shutdown, much like everywhere else. Until there is some major breakthrough regarding some type of vaccine, I think travelling in general out of your area is going to yield disappointment, especially for mongering. But there have been posters on here that have contacted agencies and have had some pretty good experiences. Again, go back and read posts, especially from senior members who've had many visits to the island under their belts. If you venture to the island, good luck, and remember to give back so others can get a sense of where things stand on the island, especially in San Nicolas.

    Quote Originally Posted by NRandom940  [View Original Post]
    What are the prices usually like in Charlie's Bar?

    I've been looking at some agencies online and the prices are $150-$180/ HR. No sense traveling for that, IMO.

  6. #1198
    Quote Originally Posted by ClubTed  [View Original Post]
    I wouldn't put much faith in an Aruban tourism website. They are probably trying to point you to Charlie's Bar, which is somewhat of a tourist trap. That may indeed be open. As for the chica bars, I'd bet they are closed, unless someone posts on here to the contrary. Furthermore, the chica bars don't open until around 8 pm The only other bar in San Nicolas is Fan Restaurant at the very end of the main street and this is more of a chinese restaurant with a long bar that is more of a local joint, if it's even open. Covid hasn't gone away and cases are climbing, even in the Caribbean. Read my latest post in the Curacao forum. I think any trip to the Caribbean for mongering purposes in 2020, will be more of a hassle ending with disappointment, than anything else.
    What are the prices usually like in Charlie's Bar?

    I've been looking at some agencies online and the prices are $150-$180/ HR. No sense traveling for that, IMO.

  7. #1197

    San Nicolas

    Quote Originally Posted by NRandom940  [View Original Post]
    I'll update my own question and share information with you all.

    I just emailed an Aruba tourism website and they confirmed that some San Nicolas bars are open.
    I wouldn't put much faith in an Aruban tourism website. They are probably trying to point you to Charlie's Bar, which is somewhat of a tourist trap. That may indeed be open. As for the chica bars, I'd bet they are closed, unless someone posts on here to the contrary. Furthermore, the chica bars don't open until around 8 pm The only other bar in San Nicolas is Fan Restaurant at the very end of the main street and this is more of a chinese restaurant with a long bar that is more of a local joint, if it's even open. Covid hasn't gone away and cases are climbing, even in the Caribbean. Read my latest post in the Curacao forum. I think any trip to the Caribbean for mongering purposes in 2020, will be more of a hassle ending with disappointment, than anything else.

  8. #1196
    Quote Originally Posted by NRandom940  [View Original Post]
    I've never been there before. But I heard that Oranjestad has a nice bar-mongering scene when it's open. Not sure if the bars are still closed for lockdown.
    I'll update my own question and share information with you all.

    I just emailed an Aruba tourism website and they confirmed that some San Nicolas bars are open.

  9. #1195

    Anyone been to Aruba lately?

    I've never been there before. But I heard that Oranjestad has a nice bar-mongering scene when it's open. Not sure if the bars are still closed for lockdown.

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  12. #1192

    Wtf?

    Quote Originally Posted by ShooBree  [View Original Post]
    Yet it hasn't been done in any country. You've unrealistic expectations when it comes to the results from a lockdown. We have to learn to live with the virus because it won't go away. The virus is only going to mutate into less lethal forms and it will run out of people to kill.

    Stop panicking, this is not the end of the world and most certainly not the worst virus we've seen. It's time to get back to the new normal instead of dreaming about unrealistic scenarios.
    Not panicking. Sheesh. Stop with the hyperbole. This is the typical attack the messenger because you have no facts nonsense. I didn't say it was the end of the world again you just make shit up and totally mischaracterize what I am saying and how I say them. Though trump is the end of the united states of america.

    There is no normal until this gets under control. Within a few months there will be near instant testing available to the public that will shift everything. We need to mitigate the virus effects and lower the curve until then. Then we party.

  13. #1191
    Quote Originally Posted by JustIncognito  [View Original Post]
    The US has been a total failure at this. The fault obviously lies with the people in charge: trump and his covidiot cronies. Sad.

    Universal masking, only go out for essentials, distancing and hygiene --we know the tricks--all it takes is leadership and this is done in weeks.

    Someone mentioned we won't eradicate it globally--well, yeah-but we should try! Where's the UN. Imagine if the US, and the UN LEAD the world together. We could all be Iceland!
    Yet it hasn't been done in any country. You've unrealistic expectations when it comes to the results from a lockdown. We have to learn to live with the virus because it won't go away. The virus is only going to mutate into less lethal forms and it will run out of people to kill.

    Stop panicking, this is not the end of the world and most certainly not the worst virus we've seen. It's time to get back to the new normal instead of dreaming about unrealistic scenarios.

  14. #1190
    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    "Certain freedoms". More like people are too fucking selfish and self-absorbed to be willing to make sacrifices for the common good. Wearing a mask to go into a store is "tyranny" LOL! Remind my fellow Americans that their rights end where my nose begins. In this case literally! There's been no national coordinated effort in the United States at all in anyway at any time during this pandemic. The "United States" hasn't done anything. It's been this state and that state doing it's own thing, even down to the county level. And on top of that, you can't get a straight answer from the "experts" on what to do. First they say this, then they say that. Oh no, that was a mistake, we didn't mean that! All of this has been the problem in the United States. Helter skelter all over the place with too many selfish people not wanting anybody telling them what to do. "American exceptionalism". At its worst. More like American hubris.
    Talking about selfishness, that's a perfect description of those wanting to lockdown forever without any regards for how it will affect other people that have nothing to fear from the virus itself.

  15. #1189

    Disagree

    Quote Originally Posted by Mfins  [View Original Post]
    Nope won't eradicate it in weeks. Will fire back up when we open up again. Happened in the USA and almost every other country on Earth. Remember the US locked down, only out for essentials for six weeks in Late March and April? We tried it. Didn't work.

    Do we need the Govt, to dictate our lives? Do you want bigger govt? Just the fact that you are travelling internationally for sex tells me you are being hypocritical as the US Govt is dictating your sex life and you don't like it. Life needs to go on.

    Talk to business owners about locking down again. See how they feel.
    If you think the US locked down. You don't know what a lockdown really is! And they opened up way too quick-they did it based on time--its been long enough--not data--how low are the case positive states. There was and still is a major lack of testing and tracing. The idea is the lockdown gets the curve low enough to be able to test trace and track the rest. The US has utterly failed at all of this--and did not actually do a real lockdown-just because they call it that--it wasn't. Other countries like new zealand figured it out. Taiwan hong kng thailand. Much more severe lockdowns. Heck, China kept Beijing safer than the usa could keep topeka!

    There is no wealth without health. Mandated universal masking and mandated ditancing must be the temporary law of the land.

    And no, I am not a hypocrite--I don't live in the US--the US doesn't tell me shit to do with my life. Where I live paying for pussy is legal.

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