escort directory

Thread: Sao Luis

+ Add Report
Page 2 of 9 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... LastLast
Results 16 to 30 of 133
This forum thread is moderated by Admin
  1. #118

    Portas das amazonias is gf

    Quote Originally Posted by Christopherd  [View Original Post]
    I agree Amazonia is much 'nicer'. And 135 is a good price. Is it gf though? Didn't look like to me. (I'm sure you could drag anything into the Lord and they wouldn't even notice). Personally I'm not convinced of the value of travelling to Sao Luis for anything (other than Bumba-Meu-Boi). But flights are good and it gives you access to other places. The Lord is cheap. Much cheaper than anywhere else. And, surprisingly, after I had got over my initial shock, it does have some charm. It's like a place that time forgot. You might not agree, but several people have found the same. Amazonia is as touristy as it gets. But good to have several hotels listed so people can pick and choose. And also have a back-up if need be. So thanks for mentioning Amazonia. Let's keep it to info rather than having a go at each other's tastes. The board is for everyone.

    I look forward to your update on SL Golfino
    Was in São Luis last week and stayed there for R$100 per night through Agoda. Nice hotel, but my room had no windows. Good breakfast but spotty wifi. Hung around reviver and met a local girl that I brought back. No questions asked or I'd check and was charged an extra R$30 since I was booked in as a single person. Other than reviver, there is a forró place that is packed Friday through Sunday called Kabão that's a R$10 taxi from reviver. Sundays after 4pm there is a good reggae place called chama maré at ponta the'areia. Didn't really see any p4p there but I got lucky to have an instant gf for the weekend.

  2. #117
    Quote Originally Posted by Christopherd  [View Original Post]
    You are maybe reading it off their website. I can't imagine them charging that when you walk in unless you have dollars tattooed on your forehead. I've just checked. I paid 65Rs a night for casal including breakfast and that was only a few months ago.
    Reading it on the rate chart posted on the wall behind the reception desk. Note the difference in price posted in room."it is 'old price. ' " as shabby as this hotel is, any price is too much, if you can imagine.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 140.jpg‎   146.jpg‎  

  3. #116
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Want to dictate mon petit Napoleon, sounds like you need to start your website.
    Well, no need, happily there is on ISG good added-value posters who ACTUALLY travel and post entertaining and well-written reports and stories. Admittedly, if all members were like you and posted solely polemical BS about imaginery trips, the site wouldn't be of high added-value. Learn from DD per exemple.

    http://www.internationalsexguide.inf...l=1#post684098

  4. #115
    Quote Originally Posted by Prosal  [View Original Post]
    \Also don't hesitate to post entertaining narratives, self-reflexions about the different scenes available, tactical considerations for non-pro dating and observations about Sao Luis girls psyche, funny accounts featuring lots of caipirinhas and poon, ect.
    Want to dictate mon petit Napoleon, sounds like you need to start your website.

  5. #114
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    just browbeating, boasting, bragging, bullying and begrudgeing just your natural way of behaving.
    Well, you are admittedly much more skilled than me skilled for venimous diatribes, sarcasm and scorful assertions (your main occupation here, beside alleged travels) , so I won't add verbal escalation to your BS.

    Maybe, instead of spending your precious time to argue, you could put real added-value information about Sao Luis, I mean not a pot-pourri of things that you have found on internet or on older posts here? Some news about the current best beach bars (is Zanzibar on Calhau beach still "in"?) , the best spots in Reviver, an analytical overview of nightlife, an elaborate list of current trendy clubs, ect, would be great. Also don't hesitate to post entertaining narratives, self-reflexions about the different scenes available, tactical considerations for non-pro dating and observations about Sao Luis girls psyche, funny accounts featuring lots of caipirinhas and poon, ect. It would be more productive than your venom.

    How come you haven't spent a few days in Belem by the way, as you've (allegedly) arrived in Brasil by there? How someone can have no desire to stop in the City of Mangos (maybe the most culturally interesting city in Brasil) is beyond me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Good for you! Only a decade more after I was first in Brazil, but understandably not everyone is able to achieve financial independence at young age.
    Hmm. Obviously you have difficulties to read. I said that 98 was the year when I first was in Sao Luis, not in Brasil. FYI, for almost five years in the early 90's, I have been at least three times a year in Club Med Itaparica. No need to be ironic, to each its own. Club Med in Brasil was at this period a poon and party paradise (and a heavenly place on the best beach of the island) , with more horny upmarket Paulistas, Cariocas and Argentinas chicks that a skilled guy can deal with.

  6. #113
    Quote Originally Posted by Prosal  [View Original Post]
    First time I was in Sao Luis was in 1998 by the way, and I made the very first report on this thread when Jackson created ISG.
    Good for you! Only a decade more after I was first in Brazil, but understandably not everyone is able to achieve financial independence at young age. And not everyone has such unfortunate experience in Brazil as you to fuck one-track mind goldiggers, piranhas or prostitutes. As for Russia (while I don't disagree with you) , haven't you gone on enough about it on Brazil threads? Or is just browbeating, boasting, bragging, bullying and begrudgeing just your natural way of behaving.

  7. #112
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    But evidently you don't travel much.
    First time I was in Sao Luis was in 1998 by the way, and I made the very first report on this thread when Jackson created ISG.

  8. #111
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    But evidently you don't travel much.
    Admittedly, I now don't really feel the need to travel halfway around the world to fuck one-track mind goldiggers, piranhas or prostitutes, as I have so many Russian GFs visiting me in Paris (on their own account) all year-round that I can't even juggle with.

    Anyway, a tip to back up your "reports" (apart from agoda and skyscanner) about your alleged travels. On apontator dot com, you will find everything you need to know about nightlife in Sao Luis, and more globally in Brasil. (rolleyes)

    Waiting for your pics.

  9. #110
    Quote Originally Posted by Prosal  [View Original Post]
    Just for the record, I sent an email yesterday at Pousada Porta das Amazonia. Here is the answer. Hmm. Either you have great negociation skills, either you are BSing us.
    Either you have great skills in ignoring reality or you have become obsessed by someone who does what you can only fantasize about. Whatever, not here to diagnose you, mon cher. Upon confirmation, a voucher was received from the Pousada: rate for the better room was 135 reales. If you insist on subjecting yourself to further embarrassment and wasting yet more bandwith, I'll be glad to post the voucher. Otherwise, the important thing to note here by right thinking people is: avoid rack rate rip-offs and use agoda. Com.

  10. #109
    Quote Originally Posted by Prosal  [View Original Post]
    Just for the record, I sent an email yesterday at Pousada Porta das Amazonia. Here is the answer. Hmm. Either you have great negociation skills, either you are BSing us.
    Either you have too much time on your hands or you're determined to be my personal groupie. How very flaattering, mon cher.

    As Christopherd pointed out about hotel pricing and rack rates, I hope you were paying attention. If you're not, you should be using agoda. Com. But evidently you don't travel much. Portadasamozonas was (is) 53 USD, payable in cash or 135 reales. That's agoda. Com and that's what I paid and let them do the negotiating.

    http://www.agoda.com/south_america/b...mlc9ZiWyIVaSVA%2fg5qpNRHy67x5qPovR0pYcV60DJ9g%2b5wJRDFJnGq4wGYRXJxhl4sUo6tIKwrN%2bnVhBi9r3gJGxorgimCONWC%2bxuVZVlPhBLjS2QegdXARRX%2fRYmqIGXnV2gDMA%2fmbqHseG%2bYWwCs7tg5DXQdv4oLZ7fPKbq2bK%2bXMLMw%3d%3d&tyra=1|1

  11. #108
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Amazonia is 135 reales for their better room Prozal.
    Just for the record, I sent an email yesterday at Pousada Porta das Amazonia. Here is the answer. Hmm. Either you have great negociation skills, either you are BSing us.

    Hello,

    We have availability next week. Superior room cost 209, 00 + 5% (iss). Deluxe room cost 235, 00 +5% (iss). Attention we don't have many vacancies. I hope your answer.

    Sincerely,

    SILNARA REIS.

    Departamento de Reservas.

    Turismo, Eventos & Hospitalidade.

    Pousada Portas the Amazônia São Luís.

    "Simples, charmosa e aconchegante"

    Rua do Giz. 129, 65010-680. Centro Histórico.

    Tel / Fax: +55 98 3182 8787/3182 8789.

  12. #107
    Quote Originally Posted by Prosal  [View Original Post]
    It must be an interesting journey, I'd be curious to hear about it, (yeah, I checked, too much time on my hands today) , and anyway it would have been ridiculous to fly 5000 km south to Sao Paulo.
    Ridiculous indeed, mon cher. Try skyscanner.com. It'll save you some time. If you ever get the wherewithall to actually travel. Wouldn't want to be neglecting that bottlecap collection. [roll eyes] feel better?

  13. #106
    Quote Originally Posted by Christopherd  [View Original Post]
    You are maybe reading it off their website. I can't imagine them charging that when you walk in unless you have dollars tattooed on your forehead. I've just checked. I paid 65Rs a night for casal including breakfast and that was only a few months ago.

    So, Golfino, do you care to answer the other poster, who has pointed out that you are posting on many forums saying you have been in places on successive nights that are several continents apart? I can't make much sense of your travel routes. Care to tell us your itinerary? It sounds 'interesting' to say the least.
    I took a photo, if you want can post for you, of the prices in Lord Hotel.

    Travel routes: POS to Paramaibo on Caribbean. Paramaibo to Belem on Air Surinam. By the way, new terminal in POS and Paramaibo since I was last there several years' ago, bit more civilized. TAM to SLZ. Hardly interesting. More questions?

  14. #105
    Quote Originally Posted by Christopherd  [View Original Post]
    So, Golfino, do you care to answer the other poster, who has pointed out that you are posting on many forums saying you have been in places on successive nights that are several continents apart? I can't make much sense of your travel routes. Care to tell us your itinerary? It sounds 'interesting' to say the least.
    I've caught Golfinho red-handed of BSing about train journeys that he allegedly did, so it would be actually interesting to hear him about this weird Barbados / Sao Luis journey.

    http://www.internationalsexguide.inf...=1#post1354612

  15. #104
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    The Lord is now 85 or 100 for a double
    You are maybe reading it off their website. I can't imagine them charging that when you walk in unless you have dollars tattooed on your forehead. I've just checked. I paid 65Rs a night for casal including breakfast and that was only a few months ago.

    So, Golfino, do you care to answer the other poster, who has pointed out that you are posting on many forums saying you have been in places on successive nights that are several continents apart? I can't make much sense of your travel routes. Care to tell us your itinerary? It sounds 'interesting' to say the least.

+ Add Report
Page 2 of 9 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... LastLast

Posting Limitations

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
Top Damas


Page copy protected against web site content infringement by Copyscape