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  1. #6672
    Quote Originally Posted by BigTimeFun  [View Original Post]
    My friend is unable to swallow and as a result he must constantly spit into a cup. This can be a bit nauseating for some people. Looking for suggestions on where to take him. I know someone will hang with him, but would like for him to have the best experience possible. Any suggestions would be highly appreIciated.
    Sorry to read this about your friend. Most casas have a 30 to 60 minute time limit. If your friend could restrain from spitting for that time it would greatly help him, this could be a problem anywhere in the world. A suggestion would be to take in some cotton in the mouth to absorb the saliva for a quick casa session and just not saying anything to the girl. Good luck.

  2. #6671

    Disability

    My friend is unable to swallow and as a result he must constantly spit into a cup. This can be a bit nauseating for some people. Looking for suggestions on where to take him. I know someone will hang with him, but would like for him to have the best experience possible. Any suggestions would be highly appreIciated.

  3. #6670

    Latinamerica cupid update

    Ok so after one week of LatinamericCupid, my inbox is filled. I would say 30-40% look like fake profiles and I got a few from Brazil that gave me their email and obvious fake after I gave them my burner email. Lot of fake profiles from Brazil. Maybe 25% Colombian messages I get are the homely a bit overweight type, but cute. They seem to be looking for the lottery out of Colombia to the US and really want an American husband. They are sweet but seem very desperate. Ok, to chat with but not what I'm looking for when I visit. I found a few cute 40 ish type girls that seem real and are hot. The chats are brief and cutesy. The other thing I am seeing are a ton of Dominican women sending me messages; some AA. I really don't have any desire at this point to visit DR but maybe in the future. The site is a bit overwhelming w / so many women emailing and having to filter through fake profiles. The girls that really want to chat again are the homely type. Nice to chat with but I can only imagine the cling-on situation if I visited. The site takes some time investment but it is fun.

  4. #6669

    Reply

    Quote Originally Posted by Parkway95  [View Original Post]
    I did the gold membership on LatinaAmerica cupid and seems worthwhile. I got tons of messages and likes so have to sift through all the girls and figure out which ones are legit. It seems pretty easy to sort out scams although some take a bit of time to uncover.
    Just another update on LatinaAmerica cupid. So there are actually some real girls on there. I chatted with one average type girl and she chatted my head off. Quite nice but I could feel the desperation. I was kind of feeling it out to get the feel if she was an actual real person and she was. I'm sure some of these girls really want to escape from a very difficult life where they are. I'm not looking for hookers on that particular site, but again I'm not looking for a wife either LOL. Will keep searching to find something in between.

  5. #6668

    Reply

    Quote Originally Posted by Parkway95  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for the insight. I get tons of emails from girls and of course since I have a standard account I can't email back. From the look of the girls it almost looks too good to be true. Colombia must really be that awesome. I'll go ahead and give the gold membership a try.
    I did the gold membership on LatinaAmerica cupid and seems worthwhile. I got tons of messages and likes so have to sift through all the girls and figure out which ones are legit. It seems pretty easy to sort out scams although some take a bit of time to uncover.

  6. #6667

    Reply

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    I have been on cupid for over 17 years and met hundreds of women that are not hookers. Of course you can communicate with standard female members when you are a premium male member.
    Thanks for the insight. I get tons of emails from girls and of course since I have a standard account I can't email back. From the look of the girls it almost looks too good to be true. Colombia must really be that awesome. I'll go ahead and give the gold membership a try.

  7. #6666
    Quote Originally Posted by Parkway95  [View Original Post]
    https://www.latinamericancupid.com - interesting site and lot of attractive women to browse. I figured out a way to email with a Brazilian girl but turned out to be a scam attempt. I get lots of messages, but you and they cannot read responses with a standard account. I get a lot of messages from women who also have standard accounts so it's near impossible to communicate. So even if you do get a premium account you can't communicate with standard users. It is entertaining but overall kind of pointless.
    I have been on cupid for over 17 years and met hundreds of women that are not hookers. Of course you can communicate with standard female members when you are a premium male member.
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  8. #6665

    Next trip

    Quote Originally Posted by JjBee62  [View Original Post]
    Or you can stay in Laureles and avoid all the hills.
    I was talking with a nice guy in the airport and he talked about how he stayed in an AirBnB in Laureles. I think that's what I'm going to do for my next trip. I'll look for a guest friendly AirBnb and go there.

  9. #6664
    Quote Originally Posted by DontSayMuch  [View Original Post]
    I recently took a trip to Medellin and stayed in the Poblado area. I can walk for hours where I live with no problems but there are zero hills where I am. Walking in Poblado is completely different. I'm in my early fifties and am of average height and about average BMI. Hill walking is much much harder than flat walking. If you're not used to it, I recommend hitting the treadmill at an incline to maybe make it easier. That's what I'm going to do next trip.
    Or you can stay in Laureles and avoid all the hills.

  10. #6663

    Thanks for the correct info.

    Ok, so now I have the correct info, and I won't be dealing with the guy with the huge immigration website for Colombia anymore. His reply to me with the 65 day thing seemed a bit shady.

  11. #6662

    Update

    Quote Originally Posted by DontSayMuch  [View Original Post]
    I had some mixed results, but when I go back I plan to use sites more. Here's what I found:

    https://co.mileroticos.com/escorts/s...ente/22960654/

    https://ellaserotic.co/model/fernanda/

    https://catadorcolombia.com/ <-This site has some good reviews.

    https://www.photoprepagos.com/

    Good luck!
    Update on Colombian dating sites. The sites mentioned are escort sites above which could be useful. I've tried these 2 sites and more information:

    https://www.latinamericancupid.com - interesting site and lot of attractive women to browse. I figured out a way to email with a Brazilian girl but turned out to be a scam attempt. I get lots of messages, but you and they cannot read responses with a standard account. I get a lot of messages from women who also have standard accounts so it's near impossible to communicate. So even if you do get a premium account you can't communicate with standard users. It is entertaining but overall kind of pointless.

    https://la-date.com - you get some free message and communication but quickly free credits run out. The messages I get are obviously either fake or generated by profiles that the site creates. It appears they create their own fake profiles and just have staff that send you messages. I get crazy messages like I want to come fly to see you.

    It seems like there has to be some way to meet real Colombian women online for free (non-escorts) but wading through all the fake profiles is tough. I try to go through both sites and look for non-professional type photos but even those I think are fake.

  12. #6661

    Walking

    I recently took a trip to Medellin and stayed in the Poblado area. I can walk for hours where I live with no problems but there are zero hills where I am. Walking in Poblado is completely different. I'm in my early fifties and am of average height and about average BMI. Hill walking is much much harder than flat walking. If you're not used to it, I recommend hitting the treadmill at an incline to maybe make it easier. That's what I'm going to do next trip.

  13. #6660
    Quote Originally Posted by ClamSlammer  [View Original Post]
    That is not true. The maximum allowed stay is 90 days for EACH entry. When you leave the country, you get an exit stamp and must complete CheckMig. And when you re-enter, you get a new dated visa stamp. On the lower right corner of the visa stamp, the immigration officer hand writes the number of days it is good for. All my stamps have written "90" although I have never entered the country within 90 days of being issued a previous entry visa. Foreigners are limited to 180 total days in a calendar year. But no where is it written that you must stay out for a minimum of 90 consecutive days after your previous entry stamp date. For the sake of simplicity, let's say each month is 30 days, instead of 31 or 28. Suppose you enter on Jan 1, then you must leave by March 30. Suppose you exit March 28. And you re-enter March 29. Then is your new visa stamp only good for 1 day? Doesn't seem to me any government would issue 1 day visas since the risk of overstay would be extraordinarily high. Suppose the same scenario, you enter Jan 1 and exit March 28. And re-enter April 1. Then you get a fresh 90 day visa because your new entry date is outside the 90 days of your previous visa. It is illogical. Every time you legally exit the country, your 90 day allowance resets, with the exception being if you have already stayed 91 days for more in that calendar year. For example, if you've already stayed 100 days, then your new visa would be good for 80 days, not 90.
    I reported further down a Colombian friend called and it's up to 90 days each time, not to exceed the 180. Not that anything government related has to make sense, but it truley is the only thing that makes sense and is manageable. The government wants our tourist dollars and I seriously doubt many people claim the tax rebate.

    There's a small chance I am coming back with only like 25 days left before year end. I'll report back if I do and a smaller number is written on my passport. I'm also leaving in October and will report back if anyone says anything.

  14. #6659
    Quote Originally Posted by NakedGunz  [View Original Post]
    Do you mind pointing to your reference for this data? I'm also being told that if you stay for instance, 65 days, and then you leave. An immigration guy said that counter picks up where it left off when you left, and you only have 25 days before you need to submit an extension, not another 90 days.
    I don't have a reference, but here is real life data. I also have an exit on 28 Feb 2022 and an entrance on 3 Jun 2022, on other pages. All four entrances have 90 days authorized.
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  15. #6658
    Quote Originally Posted by NakedGunz  [View Original Post]
    I'm also being told that if you stay for instance, 65 days, and then you leave. An immigration guy said that counter picks up where it left off when you left, and you only have 25 days before you need to submit an extension, not another 90 days.
    That is not true. The maximum allowed stay is 90 days for EACH entry. When you leave the country, you get an exit stamp and must complete CheckMig. And when you re-enter, you get a new dated visa stamp. On the lower right corner of the visa stamp, the immigration officer hand writes the number of days it is good for. All my stamps have written "90" although I have never entered the country within 90 days of being issued a previous entry visa. Foreigners are limited to 180 total days in a calendar year. But no where is it written that you must stay out for a minimum of 90 consecutive days after your previous entry stamp date. For the sake of simplicity, let's say each month is 30 days, instead of 31 or 28. Suppose you enter on Jan 1, then you must leave by March 30. Suppose you exit March 28. And you re-enter March 29. Then is your new visa stamp only good for 1 day? Doesn't seem to me any government would issue 1 day visas since the risk of overstay would be extraordinarily high. Suppose the same scenario, you enter Jan 1 and exit March 28. And re-enter April 1. Then you get a fresh 90 day visa because your new entry date is outside the 90 days of your previous visa. It is illogical. Every time you legally exit the country, your 90 day allowance resets, with the exception being if you have already stayed 91 days for more in that calendar year. For example, if you've already stayed 100 days, then your new visa would be good for 80 days, not 90.

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