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  1. #518

    Manaus Hotel Sex Chairs

    Quote Originally Posted by Stinger  [View Original Post]
    Used to go there 2016-18. They had a red sex chair in one of the rooms. It was similar to a gyno chair, but was definitely designed for sex. Was the perfect height for me for chica front and doggie positions as well as me sitting in it to get a BJ. Imagine a gyno chair, but with two adjustable shelves slightly below. ... It was one of the most comfortable and exciting apparatuses I have ever used and better than the bed in the room ...
    That definitely sounds like quite the chair to remember, along with some "colorful" sex in said chair.

    My Manaus sex chairs encounters always took place in those wonderful and playful sex motels (think ceiling and wall mirrors) and were definitely more of the actually gynecological type. A little more clinical, sterile and unfortunately not as colorful as said red chair, but nonetheless, still very enjoyable and memorable. Fun, Fun, Fun!

  2. #517

    Edifício Antônio Simões Sala 101

    Used to go there 2016-18. They had a red sex chair in one of the rooms. It was similar to a gyno chair, but was definitely designed for sex. Was the perfect height for me for chica front and doggie positions as well as me sitting in it to get a BJ. Imagine a gyno chair, but with two adjustable shelves slightly below. She could either spread eagle on her back in a sitting position and rest her feet on the shelves. Or she could kneel on the two shelves in doggie while resting her body and head on the chair. It was one of the most comfortable and exciting apparatuses I have ever used and better than the bed in the room, though we would go back and forth. When she was kind of sitting, her position was perfect for kissing and tit sucking while screwing, and, likewise for hair pulling while she faced away. Don't know if 101 is open now or has the chair, but worth a look. The girls were all average looking but there was this blonde once with a huge head of kinky hair who took my breath away in kind of a raunchy way. I have looked for that chair online- it is similar to "octopus sex chair" or "bondage sex chair" if googled.

  3. #516
    Quote Originally Posted by Elropaazul  [View Original Post]
    I visited Remulos dozens of times. 100 reals a session. Quality was poor.
    Just of curiosity, if Remulos was that bad, why did you visit Remulos dozens of time? There are plentiful of stripclubs in Manaus and tons of freelancers.

  4. #515

    Manaus Report

    I spent 3 weeks in Manaus a year ago. It is the strangest city I have been to in Brazil, and one of the strangest I have visited in Latin America. The city is sprawling and surrounded by jungle, space does not seem to be a problem! But I did enjoy it. Despite taking up so much land it feels small and provincial.

    I visited Remulos dozens of times. 100 reals a session. Quality was poor. A few worth it but the service was all over the place, GFE not so easy. Walking to Remulos every evening after just passing the opera house sometimes there were women coming out of the short time hotels that were better quality.

    Boate Kiss was closed at the time of my visit but I was directed via whatsapp to another place that was a Japanese / Korean karaoke bar. This was one of the strangest brothels I have been to (and I have been to thousands.) You were given a private karaoke room and then a line up was held. Sex was off premises in a nearby hotel and quality was not great but the nonetheless I had a great time here.

    The website skokka was a waste of time. Likewise the apartment building of Edifício Antônio Simões, very poor quality. Across the road is the sucos bar skina de sucos. Lots of Venezuelans working there.

    Tinder response was incredible. No other city in the World will match that response. And I met a GDP on there I took to a love motel who had the most incredible tits. But again, was hot and cold.

    Manaus has some incredible food if you like river fish. Interestingly, some of the species you can come across in the LOS Llanos region of Colombia as well. The sex was nothing special and the scene compares very unfavorably with Colombian cities like Cali, Barranquila, or even Pereira. I think in Brazil the culture has shifted with the new generation and people travel for work to Rio and Sao Paulo. Maybe in Colombia the culture has not changed. Still, Manaus is an incredible place to visit because it is so different. You stare at the Teatro Amazonas and you see an island of Europe, money and power surrounded by a crumbling city, and then all around you, you see an island of Latin American culture, corruption and poverty surrounded by the World's greatest jungle. I'll be back.

  5. #514
    Quote Originally Posted by FRobertson  [View Original Post]
    What do prives look like? Do they usually have signs? Is it obvious what they are and what people go there for?
    The privées are normal apartments turned into privées with cabins. Ask the porteiro which salas that are privées (it used to be sala 101,405, 601,905 and 1104). I don't remember if these privées had signs outside or carpets with Welcome / Bemvindo. Just go to the current salas that the porteiro recommend.

  6. #513
    Quote Originally Posted by Sperto  [View Original Post]
    Great, then you go to Manaus!

    About the following advices, I used to go to Manaus every year but I haven't been there for 6 (years. I'm not updated.

    * Stay in a hotel in downtown centro or close to Teatro Amazonas. Close to Teatro Amazonas is better if you don't know the city. Several small lanconettes and restaurants to have some food and beer in the evening. Also, you'll be very close to Remulos. Depending on the time of your stay I would recommend apartment or motel. In your case I recommend hotel. I never heard about a hotel that's not GF in Manaus.
    Thank you, great advice!

    I'll check it out.

    What do prives look like? Do they usually have signs? Is it obvious what they are and what people go there for? I once walked into someone's private house in SP thinking it was a clinica (got the street wrong) and it was embarrassing. Good thing I didn't get shot or arrested.

  7. #512
    Quote Originally Posted by FRobertson  [View Original Post]
    Thank you! Yes, I do want to see the city and the jungle, swim in the river etc etc. I don't expect it to be the same greatness as in SP / RJ, I just don't want to be completely celibate during my first few days out of the sex prison.

    So I don't mind it being limited as long as it's there.

    I've read notes about Remulos here, where should I look for the prives in centro and how shady is the aforementioned bunch of GP-bars?

    Also, what would be a good walkable area to stay for a few days? Is the area near the theater reasonably safe for walking?

    And what'd be a good beach for river swimming? Will I get eaten by piranhas?
    Great, then you go to Manaus!

    About the following advices, I used to go to Manaus every year but I haven't been there for 6 (years. I'm not updated.

    * Stay in a hotel in downtown centro or close to Teatro Amazonas. Close to Teatro Amazonas is better if you don't know the city. Several small lanconettes and restaurants to have some food and beer in the evening. Also, you'll be very close to Remulos. Depending on the time of your stay I would recommend apartment or motel. In your case I recommend hotel. I never heard about a hotel that's not GF in Manaus.

    * Nightlife: Manaus has IMO the best nightlife in Brazil. That is if you like giant forró clubs with thousands of people. There are clubs for every day of the weeks. The atmosphere is great, but they can be rough. See my old Manausreports or get updated by a taxy driver. Most clubs are spread out in the outskirts.

    * Regular girls. Super-easy girls for free, and good-looking. Unfortunately, terrible to turn up at time in time on dates.

    * Regular girls again: Just walk around in centro. Smile and flirt and you might hook up with some girls.

    * P4P: Remulos used to be fantastic. 50 reais sessions with the strippers. It appears by other posters it has gone downhill.

    * Privées: Edifício Antônio Simões (Av Sete de Setembro 1251). It used to have lots of privées.

    * The GP-bars behind the bus station are very sleazy and rough. The girl quality is low. However the area is fun.

    * Jungle tours: I absolutely hate the traditional jungle tours with piranha fishing, visiting parque ecologico, "jungle walk" and looking for jacares in the evening. Extremely touristic. There are guides who offers survival tours. Go in canoe and live of what you catch, much more fun.

    * Sights: Look at tripadvisor.

    * My recommendation for sights: Teatro Amazonas, Jardim Botanico, INPA etc. Go to mercado do peixe before 6 AM and look at the giant fish. Visit the harbour with all the boats going into the jungle, very interesting.

    * Eating: Daytime, go to porto and have fresh prepared. Very cheap. Nighttime, few options, get some burgers at Teatro Amazonas.

    * Beach: In Manaus, Ponta Negra. It's OK. If you want nicer beaches, cross the river with a lancha.

    * The only piranhas you have to worry about are the ones with two legas. The swimming piranhas won't attack you. Hopefully the carandirus won't swim up your penis or anus.

    Have fun!

  8. #511
    Quote Originally Posted by Sperto  [View Original Post]
    Manaus is great for regular girls, but considering what you told about yourself I think you shouldn't have high expectations on the regular scene. The P4P scene is mainly Remulos, prives in centro and a bunch of GP-bars behind the bus station I centro. The P4P scene in Manaus is fun but limited.

    Unless you really want to get to know the city or go on a touristy jungle tour I think you should stay away from Manaus. You have better P4P options in Rio and So Paulo.
    Thank you! Yes, I do want to see the city and the jungle, swim in the river etc etc. I don't expect it to be the same greatness as in SP / RJ, I just don't want to be completely celibate during my first few days out of the sex prison.

    So I don't mind it being limited as long as it's there.

    I've read notes about Remulos here, where should I look for the prives in centro and how shady is the aforementioned bunch of GP-bars?

    Also, what would be a good walkable area to stay for a few days? Is the area near the theater reasonably safe for walking?

    And what'd be a good beach for river swimming? Will I get eaten by piranhas?

  9. #510
    Quote Originally Posted by FRobertson  [View Original Post]
    So, I've been reading this forum and looking at an insanely tempting $80 one-way ticket to Manaus.

    However, I'm concerned about the focus on non-pros.

    I am fat, old-ish, depressed, and socially awkward. If I could get a date, I wouldn't be traveling the world for p4 p. But I can't.

    So I estimate my chances of waltzing to a bar and suddenly walking out with a local hottie at about zero to less than zero.

    Given that, what's the deal with the p4 p scene?
    Manaus is great for regular girls, but considering what you told about yourself I think you shouldn't have high expectations on the regular scene. The P4P scene is mainly Remulos, privées in centro and a bunch of GP-bars behind the bus station I centro. The P4P scene in Manaus is fun but limited.

    Unless you really want to get to know the city or go on a touristy jungle tour I think you should stay away from Manaus. You have better P4P options in Rio and São Paulo.

  10. #509

    The real deal about Manaus?

    So, I've been reading this forum and looking at an insanely tempting $80 one-way ticket to Manaus.

    However, I'm concerned about the focus on non-pros.

    I am fat, old-ish, depressed, and socially awkward. If I could get a date, I wouldn't be traveling the world for p4 p. But I can't.

    So I estimate my chances of waltzing to a bar and suddenly walking out with a local hottie at about zero to less than zero.

    Given that, what's the deal with the p4 p scene?

  11. #508

    Less Histrionics

    Petty much? Okay, so I misspoke, and called it the "Brazilian Airbus Pass". Get over it! WE ALL DO IT!

    You just did, when you wrote TAM, instead of LATAM. So why all the theatrics and drama?

    Fact is, these "airpasses" were called different things over the years. I remember it as the "Brazilian Airbus Pass". Point is, the BM, FRobertson, who asked the question, knew EXACTLY what I was taking about in my post, when he posed his question, despite all of your unnecessary over-the-top hysterics, theatrical drama or histrionics in your response.

    Quote Originally Posted by UniversalX  [View Original Post]
    AirPass InfoContact this one for specific information - [url]https://www.brol.com/airpass/[url]

    https://brazilianairlines.com/brazil-airpass/
    Nice to see other BMs, also knew EXACTLY what I was taking about and posted the information FRobertson, wanted, without any of the drama and histrionics. Instead of name calling, you could stand to LEARN a thing or two.

  12. #507
    That's so cute. I wrote TAM instead of the new name LATAM and once again the three musketeers from OFC arrives.

  13. #506

    Latam

    Quote Originally Posted by Sperto  [View Original Post]
    It could be explained by a failing memory of the original poster...

    However, no worries, you can find flights to Manaus very cheap. Look at GOL and TAM.
    Senility? Pot calling the kettle black?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordico  [View Original Post]
    If my memory doesn't fail, TAM ceased operations in 2016 ...
    Correct! TAM become LATAM airlines and merged LAN Chile.

    I wonder who's memory is failing now. Could also be senility?

  14. #505

    Brazilian Airpasses and Spontaniety

    Quote Originally Posted by FRobertson  [View Original Post]
    Would you kindly share where could one obtain such a wonder? I would love to visit several cities for a nominal fee.
    Not sure if they are still around, but over the years there were several websites offering this service, w/r to obtaining the Brazilian Airpass and booking the flight legs for you.

    Once I booked my fight online, myself, I then used my local travel agent to obtain the Brazilian Airpass and also have them, book the flight legs in advance.

    Quote Originally Posted by FRobertson  [View Original Post]
    1. IF you fly to Brazil on Azul Airlines, United Airlines or TAP, Unlimited flights for 10 or 21 days, from the day you arrive in Brazil for $400 or $500. Not a bad

    deal, however, all fights must be booked in advance, which is a major deal-breaker for me as I am a creature of spontaneity and planning even a week in advance is an excruciatingly painful exercise for me. ...
    I wouldn't let the advance booking, get in the way of your creative spontaneity and hold you back from having a great time in Manaus, or any of the other wonderful and beautiful Brazilian cities, outside of the big two (RJ and SP).

    Quote Originally Posted by FRobertson  [View Original Post]
    2. Other passes are basically 4 flights for $500; also must be booked in advance. That means paying $125 per flight; I've been finding cheap tickets inside Brazil for less, without having to commit to a schedule.
    That's one way to go, w/r to booking on-the-fly, on the ground, at the very time you wish to fly. Just be aware of changing prices and flight availability, given the time of year.

    Most airpasses will allow changes to your itinerary/schedule, but you'll have to pay a "change fee" of some kind.

    I also love spontaneity and on several occasions (mainly due to the "female persuasion"), have changed my itinerary to meet the on-the-fly demands of w/r to the amount of fun (or lack thereof) that I'm having in a particular city.

  15. #504

    Merger

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordico  [View Original Post]
    If my memory doesn't fail, TAM has not existed since 2016.
    TAM merged with LAN Chile to become LATAM Brasil. The merger was effected many years ago. Probably at least a decade or so. Of course, GOL is still around. And now there is Azul too.

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