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  1. #136

    Time for some answers

    Quote Originally Posted by BestHunter  [View Original Post]
    In Belem do the girls pay attention to age of her partner? Can a 58 years old (god looking) to spot a 25-30 years old girl (non-pro)?
    You ask a lot of questions in a lot of different forums.

    About time for some answers.

    Tell us all about your experiences.

  2. #135

    For the record.

    That was a typo in my last post, she was asking are $200, so $60 American for over two hours of no-holds barred fun.

  3. #134
    I've been in Belém for about a week and like everywhere else, the best girls are online now. There are plenty of horny non-pros at the bars and on the street, I often catch myself sharing a look with a good looking lady here. I'm here for work and didn't have time to sit around at bars hoping for a good catch, so I went online.

    Found two stunners on vivalocal and Fatal Model, the two most popular listing sites. Manuela was 24 and Flavia was 30 ( looks about 22, but she admitted she was actually 30). They cost a pretty penny if you were Brazilian but as an American the exchange rate is phenomenal right now. Definitely luxury girls and it showed. Manuela actually charged for the real time we spent. I spent two and a half hours with Flavia and she didn't bat an eye over the are $200 that was supposedly what she charged for an hour. But, we both had a great time. It was my first time experiencing the Brazilian love motels, and they are a ton of fun. Both girls enjoyed pictures and the mirrors make it awesome.

    The girls here are all crazy for anal. Manuela explained that even more than the rest of Brazil the Paraense girls are, as she put it in Portuguese, all "anal sluts". I loved it! Both girls did oral "sem camisinha" and enjoyed some heavy and very wet grinding before putting on the condom. Girls here are not into finishing with oral like some other places but I'm fine with that.

    I think you need to speak a decent amount of Portuguese and be comfortable navigating alone to have any fun. But, my Portuguese is pretty poor and I was fine. As was mentioned above, the taxi drivers are universally helpful and honest. They also just started Uber here though I didn't try it. The prices were significantly cheaper than a cab but very few cars right now. Still, you need to be able to tell the taxi drivers where to go, and know at least with google maps where you are. Between picking up the girl in your taxi and going to the motel it's easy to get very, very lost in a worldwide of confusing streets. But, most of the girls were in São Brás or other barrios outside Centro and Cidade Velho.

    Have fun and don't forget to try all the forest fruit flavors at Cairu. The Amazon Beer at Estação das Docas is incredible. The Cupulate Porter is very good and the IPA is very serviceable. If you are craving a good beer apparently it now exists in Belém, it sure didn't when I was here before! I remember Antarctica being the best around, now Cerpa has export Tijuca and suddenly the beer is good. Oh, and the açaí com peixe at ver-o-peso is to die for. Get it with dourada catfish and make sure your wallet stays in your front pocket while you are there.

  4. #133
    Quote Originally Posted by Sunset  [View Original Post]
    Belem often reminded me of years ago when it was a good thing to be a gringo in Brazil. Friendly people and believe it or not, helpful taxi drivers who didn't overcharge.
    Hi, Sunset. Thanks for your great update on Belém. Made me miss Belém.

  5. #132

    Timing in Belem

    Belem often reminded me of years ago when it was a good thing to be a gringo in Brazil. Friendly people and believe it or not, helpful taxi drivers who didn't overcharge.

    The key bars downtown are Paraiso, DVD, and Saideira.

    Saideira (formerly Boulevard / Barroco) opens between 10 PM and 11 PM, and can close after sunrise. They are slow to get started but can be full by midnight. Lots of very good looking girls who act and dress like sisters. Plenty of choice, unless you insist on long legs, in which case you are out of luck in Belem. Strip shows every hour or so. R$10 entrance. R$ 10 beers.

    Saideira is easy to find with a big sign including a sign advertising guest strippers. Just down from Ver-O-Peso Hotel Their motto is "Where your night of pleasure begins."

    I first went to Parasio on a Saturday night around 9 PM. Things were winding down and almost empty by 10 PM. I carpooled with a couple of girls to Saideira only to find it wasn't open yet. We went to Hang Burg to pass the time. Hang is a large open-air restaurant. The food's not good and the live music is very off key, but the atmosphere is great. No girl would refuse an invitation to Enge.

    Paraiso opens in the afternoon, R$ 5 entrance. Friday around 6 PM it is packed, at least a hundred girls. These places remind me of junior high dances. The girls stand in groups talking with each other and the boys do the same. Even though there may be more guys than girls there are plenty of girls to choose from.

    Paraiso is on the last block of Rua Manoel Barata to the west, easy to miss, no sign. It is right next to Casa de Lampadas down the block from Mundo de Lampadas.

    DVD, aka Altas Horas, is very discreet. It's in an old building on Travessa Sete de Septembro around the corner from Paraiso. Number 324 is painted on the right side of the door and 326 is on very small ceramic numbers to the left of the door. Inside the theme is Harley Davidson with a motorcycle on stage in place of a stripper. They open before noon and close by 7:30. Business is slow but a few good looking girls come floating by, a relaxed place to hang out.

    My only tirp to Locomotiva was on a Monday about 7:00 PM. The bar was closed, but there were three girls standing in the dark in front of the motel. So, all I know is, don't go there on Sunday or Monday night.

    The bar at Rua Gaspar Viana 196 is only open at night and has a bad reputation including the drugging of drinks. During the day, across the street, at number 213 is a small bar right next to the old O Liberal building. It has a tattered banner, see. See. Ribeiro. They were very friendly. I stopped by several times to cool off.

    Beirada is but a vague memory.

    There is a small bakery / market, Deli Cidade, at Presidente Vargas 325. They have fresh bread and surprisingly good croissants.

  6. #131
    Quote Originally Posted by Sunset  [View Original Post]
    Does anybody know if these bars are still operating?
    I don't know. I havn't been to Beirada since 2008. It's a fun and interesting place to visit, drink beer and watch strange people. 13 bars together in an alley. Caution, it's definitely a dangerous place with lots of bandits. Few taxi-drivers will agree to take you there.

  7. #130

    Beirada

    Quote Originally Posted by Jan156  [View Original Post]
    Bereida

    Only stopped in here all too briefly but will head for it in future.

    Accurately described in a previous post. I got a taxi from Docas, and was treated to a lecture on how it was too dirty, too dangerous, too nasty and horrible, for anyone to want to go there. I said I agree and take me anyway.

    It's actually a lot cleaner than much of Ver-O-Peso, but surrounded by no-man's land for more than a short walk. On the Guama River side of town. A series of bars with disarmingly cute local girls and burly local guys. A refreshingly different slice of life.

    .
    Does anybody know if these bars are still operating?

  8. #129
    Quote Originally Posted by Gagoo  [View Original Post]
    Tomorrow I'm going to Manaus and I will be staying in Condomnio do Edifcio Antnio Simoes for 7 nights. I expect I'll make up for the missed nights here in Belem while in Manaus. I'll map all of the rooms there. Are the doors marked to make it obvious that they are privs?
    No, they are not. Go after the sala numbers I've listed. Also ask the porteiro, he's helpful. Have fun.

  9. #128

    Belem

    Quote Originally Posted by Sperto  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for a great report! Makes me wants to go back to Belm. Did you notice if the clubs Altas Horas (Travessa 7 de Setembro, 324) or Boulevard/Barroco (in the port, in front of Ver-o-peso) are still open?
    On my first night I settled in very late. On my second day I was only walking around. On the 3rd day, today I went to Paraiso. I was supposed to stay at Hotel Grao Para which is walking distance to Paraiso. I showed up at the hotel at 8:30 PM and they said they were still cleaning rooms. What a joke. They said I can wait, and there are people waiting before me, or they will send me to Hotel Sagres. It seemed like an OK deal, since Hotel Sagres costs more, but the location sucks.

    Needless to say I only went to Paraiso. Tomorrow I'm going to Manaus and I will be staying in Condomnio do Edifcio Antnio Simoes for 7 nights. I expect I'll make up for the missed nights here in Belem while in Manaus. I'll map all of the rooms there. Are the doors marked to make it obvious that they are privs? In Hong Kong ladies would put stuff like Christmas decorations on their door.

  10. #127
    Quote Originally Posted by Gagoo  [View Original Post]
    I arrived at Paraiso today about 5:30 PM...
    Thanks for a great report! Makes me wants to go back to Belém. Did you notice if the clubs Altas Horas (Travessa 7 de Setembro, 324) or Boulevard/Barroco (in the port, in front of Ver-o-peso) are still open?

  11. #126

    Paraiso

    I arrived at Paraiso today about 5:30 PM. It can be found on Google Maps. But on Google maps you can see the building painted with Paraiso on it. It isn't painted like that anymore. I missed the place the first time I walked by. Then I looked at the address number on Google maps and the businesses next to it. I found it the second time. I didn't see any sort of sign that said Paraiso. But it is where Google maps shows it.

    Entry was 5 Reals. It is hard to estimate how many ladies I saw. I constantly seen ladies that I hadn't seen earlier. One lady walked in to the club before I did and she showed her passport to the security guy. I would estimate maybe 40 ladies work there at a given time. I only counted one gringo, myself included. There are a few ladies with very nice bodies, and some average bodies, and skinny and fat ladies. Something for everyone. I didn't see any ladies that I considered very beautiful in the face though. I didn't want a beer at the moment, so I ordered a Red Bull, that was 15 Reals. I learned that I had to pay for it at a cashier first, then you get a chit / token to show to the bar showing what you paid for. The girls are not aggressive at all. I looked and watched for about 45 minutes and nobody came up to me. I didn't see them going after other guys either. I seen one of them I would liked to have tried but she would smile and that was about it. Some guy came up to her and they disappeared. I seen another lady, and she smiled a couple times and walked away. She came back lady and we smiled at each other, then I had to give her a hand motion to come to me. I don't speak any Portuguese, so I had to use my phone as a translator. I think this is the first time she seen someone do this. I think I was her first gringo also.

    I asked how much and she said 100 Reals. I might have been able to offer less, but I didn't bother. I thought 100 was for everything though. I had to go to the cashier and pay 30 Reals for the room and a condom. This is for 30 minutes. Then we went behind a door and I had to pay for towels. I don't know how much it was. I think it was very little. We went to the room and it was OK, not the best, not the worst, but the air conditioner was working very good and it was already cold inside. I'm sure I was her first gringo. She gave me that look. If you have been someones first gringo you will know what I am talking about. She used a condom for everything, and didn't kiss, but that didn't bother me. When she was sucking me I was playing with her ass, then she put my hand on her crotch. I thought she wanted me to play with her pussy, but twice she moved my hand to her pooper hole. I was like, OK, I put my finger in her pooper hole for awhile. She got on top and it seems like she was enjoying it, then she would look me in the face like I was her first gringo, and fuck me some more. She then motioned me to do doggy style. I didn't try or ask to do anal. It was probably available since she liked me putting my fingers in her ass. She didn't seem to bring any lube though. I was happy overall. She was very nice to me and she asked me a couple times if I was happy. I gave her a 100 real bill. I didn't give her a tip, because I think I got a gringo price already. She was happy with the 100 and didn't ask for more. I would have got her contact information, but I am leaving tomorrow and I don't know if I'll be coming back her. She did try to figure out what hotel I was staying at though. I had a hard time understanding her. LOL I think her name is something like Luisa Marie. A 20 year old with no kids. She kind of looks like a black girl, but I think her hair was naturally straight, or she did a good job of making it straight like that, or had hair extensions. He body is nice and natural, and quite firm still. After I finished, I played with her ass for a little bit and we agreed she has a firm ass. She had some nice nipples also. A pic with her clothes on is attached. I should have asked her for a picture before she put her clothes on.
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  12. #125
    Quote Originally Posted by Gagoo  [View Original Post]
    I arrived here late on Saturday night. My hotel screwed me and sent me to another hotel far away from where I wanted to be. Today is Sunday and they had that huge reggae party going on. I didn't partake though. Tomorrow is my last day in this city, so I'll try to visit Paraiso.
    Looking forward to your report.
    Quote Originally Posted by FuckAfMedDig  [View Original Post]
    I'm off to T31 later to grab round 2 with the 19 year old lebanese looking morena with the bangin body and perky natural young tits and fun attitude in bed.
    I'm sure everybody finds that very interesting, but what has it do with Belém?

  13. #124

    Rio

    I see mostly people affiliated with the Olympics in Zona Sul. Obviously restaurants, boates are more busy but in general its just more chaotic for the local population.

    Fake euphoria I'm not partaking in.

    I'm not here for the Olympics-fuck the Olympics! LOL I spent the opening day of the O in the favela in Botafogo, Santa Marta, at a churrasco for family / friends and afterwards linked good ole Rochelle from mv30 in Copa.

    Rio definetely is not benefitting and I can see this place going into a sharp decline after. It already is in a crisis and The Olympics is just a temporary Fireworks display for gringos and the better off part of the population.

    I'm off to T31 later to grab round 2 with the 19 year old lebanese looking morena with the bangin body and perky natural young tits and fun attitude in bed.

    Oh she politely asked for a tip for BBFS if I wanted (50) -I did give her a thank you for CIM and great attitude. Just a little but enough to keep them where we want them.

  14. #123

    I see the reggae party also

    Quote Originally Posted by Jan156  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for your report. It confirmed my own feeling that Paraiso is steadily improving whereas Altas Horas is going downhill even more.
    I arrived here late on Saturday night. My hotel screwed me and sent me to another hotel far away from where I wanted to be. Today is Sunday and they had that huge reggae party going on. I didn't partake though. Tomorrow is my last day in this city, so I'll try to visit Paraiso.

  15. #122
    Quote Originally Posted by Kojak1  [View Original Post]
    Was in belém a couple of weeks ago and out of 5 days, went to paraiso 3 times. A big selection of women, even earlier (after 1:30). Dropped by Altas horas as well but limited selection and older. Paraiso had a lot of cute young girls and is open until 10pm. Paid either R$50 or R$60 per girl and R$20 for the room. Because I found this place, I never made it out to locomotiva. Maybe next time. Also on Sunday afternoons, the Açai cafe on the street facing the river around cathedral de sé has a really packed reggae event that starts around 4pm. Don't know the cover, but cans of beer are R$1.50. I can see spending more time in Belém. Thanks to the board for reporting on these places.
    Thanks for your report. It confirmed my own feeling that Paraiso is steadily improving whereas Altas Horas is going downhill even more.

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