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  1. #5050

    Bogota and Medellin Dec. 20 to Jan 3.

    Hi,

    I was wondering if the scene is still worth visiting during the holidays. Also are any of the strip clubs open on New Years in Medellin or Bogota?

    I was in Bogota in February and had an amazing time in Santa Fe. La fiebre and paisas were amazing taking 4 girls a night upstairs. Was wondering what it's like these days?

    I was in Medellin and enjoyed fade dos and La Isla girls club some beautiful women every night.

    Are there any other good places I've missed in these cities?

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  3. #5048

    Works with better some iPhones depending on model and vendor

    Quote Originally Posted by Dccpa  [View Original Post]
    Not worried about $20. I am concerned about not being able to make calls or texts over wifi. What good would the service do me? Asking a genuine question. I can take my Iphone and the Google FI simcard to Colombia later this month. But if I can't make wifi calls or texts, I am not seeing the benefit of having the service.
    You just have to check the link. I have an Android phone a Pixel no less designed to work with the service. And as somebody who travels to four or five countries a year I could not live without my Google fi service. I understand it might be a different calculation for someone who does not travel as frequently or has a phone that is less compatible. I think the service is so great it's worth giving it a shot for at most $20, but I'm not twisting anybody's arm.

  4. #5047
    Quote Originally Posted by Yetiecv  [View Original Post]
    Thanks. I'm still trying to figure it out. I think I might go the way of meeting one on cupid and try to get her Facebook as a start. I don't know how else to work the Facebook game.
    Much of the result you'll get from your FB, ColombiaCupid, etc effort will depend on how much time you'll have at your destination. Are you content with one or two chicks per day? Are you going to be ok if one of the "dates" you've arranged shows up late and messes up your planned day or worse don't show up at all? How much time do you want to allocate to chasing these chics over dinner, drinks, etc? Are you looking for a relationship or a just a a bang? I didn't try FB but I did try CC and Instagram but abandoned the idea once on the ground because I was there for 4 days only and there were plenty chicas all around everywhere. I had arranged to meet 5 girls; 3 delayed our date when I arrived, one was traveling, and the lastI cancelled because I had a better option available. Assuming some Spanish skills just saying hola to an attractive girl in a bar or the mall food court or Plaza Botero had more immediate results / benefits. My limited time didn't allow for multiple "dating" events to get a chica in the sack. My 2 pesos.

  5. #5046

    Chica friendly hotel in Medellin.

    Hey gents,

    If you looking for a Girl / Chica friendly hotel in Medellin, maybe this video can help you, this fellow has some great info.

    Oh yeah ask him about the strip club video he has. https://youtu.be/nlDRssXDEiI.

  6. #5045
    Quote Originally Posted by YippieKayay  [View Original Post]
    It's not key. It's useful in Medellin. You get one and keep adding her friends on facebook essentially. I don't do it myself.
    Thanks. I'm still trying to figure it out. I think I might go the way of meeting one on cupid and try to get her Facebook as a start. I don't know how else to work the Facebook game.

  7. #5044
    Quote Originally Posted by Yetiecv  [View Original Post]
    One last question I forgot to mention. I keep reading how Facebook is key down there and how people have many possibilities from Facebook. How do you go about finding them on Facebook? How does that game work?
    It's not key. It's useful in Medellin. You get one and keep adding her friends on facebook essentially. I don't do it myself.

  8. #5043
    Quote Originally Posted by CharmCityDave  [View Original Post]
    For $20 for the first month you can try it out. I suspect if you cancelled in less than a month they would either refund the full $20 or prorated it.
    Not worried about $20. I am concerned about not being able to make calls or texts over wifi. What good would the service do me? Asking a genuine question. I can take my Iphone and the Google FI simcard to Colombia later this month. But if I can't make wifi calls or texts, I am not seeing the benefit of having the service.

  9. #5042

    Good points but

    Quote Originally Posted by Dccpa  [View Original Post]
    I looked at Fi on Wednesday. In the linked article, there are several warnings about limitations on using Iphones with Fi. "iPhone use, however, is still in "beta," which means users should be prepared for bugs, and won't be able to use certain features like visual voicemail and international tethering. IPhones also won't be able to make calls and texts over Wi-Fi. ".

    https://www.cnbc.com/2018/11/28/goog...-androids.html

    Google Fi Iphone comparison notes.

    "https://fi.google.com/compatibility#results".
    For $20 for the first month you can try it out. I suspect if you cancelled in less than a month they would either refund the full $20 or prorated it.

  10. #5041
    Quote Originally Posted by CharmCityDave  [View Original Post]
    I think I have shilled for google Fi here before. For americans it is a great international mobile voice and data service but I have used rather in extensively in many countries including columbia, the philippines, thailand, Cambodia, malaysia, Indonesia, Australia but you get the idea. You can save a few pesos getting a local sim card but for me the convenience of having my phone on an active wheels down in a new country is more than worth a couple of dollars period. The knock on google Fi used to be it didn't support a wide varriety of phones (I love my Pixel), but it now supports many Samsung and iPhone models. If interested see below, we both get a $20 services credit if you sing up. Feel free to mesage me with any questions.

    https://g.co/fi/r/AV50AT
    I looked at Fi on Wednesday. In the linked article, there are several warnings about limitations on using Iphones with Fi. "iPhone use, however, is still in "beta," which means users should be prepared for bugs, and won't be able to use certain features like visual voicemail and international tethering. IPhones also won't be able to make calls and texts over Wi-Fi. ".

    https://www.cnbc.com/2018/11/28/goog...-androids.html

    Google Fi Iphone comparison notes.

    "https://fi.google.com/compatibility#results".

  11. #5040

    Facebook.

    One last question I forgot to mention. I keep reading how Facebook is key down there and how people have many possibilities from Facebook. How do you go about finding them on Facebook? How does that game work?

  12. #5039

    Medellin.

    Just a quick question about Medellin. I'm looking for a place to stay when I'm down there. How is Pabladorentals.com? They seem to all be guest friendly.

    Also is there anyway to change the order of the post, I'm not use to the newest at the top.

  13. #5038

    Voice and data service in Colombia (and pretty much anywhere)

    I think I have shilled for google Fi here before. For americans it is a great international mobile voice and data service but I have used rather in extensively in many countries including columbia, the philippines, thailand, Cambodia, malaysia, Indonesia, Australia but you get the idea. You can save a few pesos getting a local sim card but for me the convenience of having my phone on an active wheels down in a new country is more than worth a couple of dollars period. The knock on google Fi used to be it didn't support a wide varriety of phones (I love my Pixel), but it now supports many Samsung and iPhone models. If interested see below, we both get a $20 services credit if you sing up. Feel free to mesage me with any questions.

    https://g.co/fi/r/AV50AT

  14. #5037
    Quote Originally Posted by LoveItHere69  [View Original Post]
    I was in Managua and my buddy in Estelli Nicaragua. No street signs in either city. Just a few on the very major streets. No Google Maps will not help. If you lose count of just one street you are lost and I walk zigzag pattern and down whatever street catches my eye. Once I saw a freshly paved fairly narrow path. I do not know if it was a narrow street or a really nice alleyway.

    In Medellin Google Maps Street-View shows some signs. Some are mounted onto the sides of houses and buildings which is new to me.

    1. Guestimate what percentage of the (side streets / residential) streets have signage?

    2. I saw signs on poles and on the sides of buildings. Anywhere else they are hiding?

    3. Unknown? Example: in Managua after 8 pm the majority of the city turns into a ghost town and the once oblivious sleeping daytime dogs wake up at night they think own the streets. They are in packs and thus dangerous. I am a dog person so for me to be bothered by it says something.

    I do not need the regular do not go alone, do not be drunk, do not wear gold, etc. Looking for anything unique to Medellin or Colombia that you learned the hard way once you got there. Like my example in #3.
    1. Most street signs are posted on the corner of buildings. Not every corner has a street sign. Street addresses are posted on, over or next to the door. Colombian street addresses are in this format: Street name, next lower cross street number, number of meters away from the cross street. Example:

    Calle 56 #43-39 (which I believe is the address for New Life). Go to the corner of Calle 56 and Carrera 43. Go west, towards Carrera 44,39 meters. Over the door is a plaque with 43-39 on it.

    Calles run east and west. Carreras go north and south. CL is the abbreviation for Calle. Cra is the abbreviation for Carrera. If you can't find a street sign at the corner, just check the addresses on a building on each street. 43-05 tells you the street crossing is either Calle or Carrera 43.55-135 or 56-05 tells you the other street is Carrera or Calle 56. The street running towards the river is a Calle. The other street is a Carrera.

    2. No. Except pay attention to building addresses as noted above.

    3. Never had a problem with stray dogs in Medellin. As for the unknown risks, fake police is one. Police in Colombia wear olive drab uniforms and often have a green day-glo vest. If they stop you, they don't need to tell you they are police, because it's obvious. Anyone not dressed in the police uniform, who claims to be with the police is trouble. There was a problem last year with guys hanging out around the casas, stopping gringos and robbing them. If someone approaches you, keep moving and try to enter the closest business. Move towards busier streets.

    Another unknown is Scopolamine. Don't leave your drink unattended. Don't let strangers offer you drinks.

  15. #5036
    Quote Originally Posted by LoveItHere69  [View Original Post]
    Watching videos (which I did and explained my findings) does not explain the reasons why. Though most people can guess most of the reasons. I was surprised because the climate is warm all year around yet I saw very very few shorts being worn so I asked the question. Your explanation is simply monkey see and monkey do. No insight what-so-ever.
    Sorry to waste time spelling things out but there's no secret here, you're over-complicating things. Locals born and raised in warmer weather don't feel the heat as much as the turistas do, that should be pretty obvious, even to you. So that's why you don't see shorts. Also, the Latin-american culture is a little less casual than the "gringo" culture so that's another reason you don't see a lot of shorts except for some young guys. Nevertheless, despite that Latin formality, most Colombian guys usually don't dress flashy; they mostly wear jeans.

    Why you ask? Isn't the reason obvious by now? Hint: this is Colombia, security and crime is still an issue in this country.

    Guys don't want to call unwanted attention to themselves so they dress down. Plus, it's the girls' job to dress up and look sexy, LOL!

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