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  1. #6308
    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    I agree with you that it is in vogue to do this, but I will tell you that Mexico will never require vaccination, and President Duque has said tourism will be Colombia's next oil. It is not farfetched in that Cancun generates $20 billion per year in tourism dollars, and Colombian oil varies but it is in the $10 billion a year area.
    Cancun is not Colombia. Cancun is heavily advertised, not just to average beach goers as a perfect vacation spot but to college kids having no hold barred, all you can drink, uninhibited sex vacation. Most people still view Colombia as a country with heavy crime rates with drugs and gangs.

  2. #6307

    Cash Problems

    Apologies if this is a read-the-fucking-thread thing, but I'm having a problem here that I haven't had traveling elsewhere: no ATMs will give me money. I put the card in, it asks me if I want to withdraw from savings or checking account (neither works), and then it says the transaction failed. I called JP Morgan Chase and they couldn't tell me anything. What gives? I had to get COP from one of those shitty currency exchanges using my cards.

  3. #6306
    Quote Originally Posted by ElMoreno92  [View Original Post]
    On Colombia's Ministry of Health (MinSalud), I saw this:

    "El segundo grupo (extranjeros que no residen en Colombia sino que visitan el pais por turismo.) tiene que tener al menos una dosis de vacuna para poder entrar al pais tendran que tener una prueba PCR negativa 72 horas antes. ".

    In a nutshell, they are saying that us foreigners must have a minimum of one dose of a vaccine AND a negative PCR Covid Test taken 72 hours before.

    Am I interpreting it right that us foreigners ALSO need a negative PCR test to enter Colombia?
    No, it is the test or the vaccine card.

    http://www.news.cn/english/2021-12/08/c_1310357588.htm

    Travelers wishing to enter Colombia must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test or a vaccination certificate starting on Dec. 14, Health Minister Fernando Ruiz announced on Tuesday.

    Here is the part that is confusing:

    If you have been vaccinated less than 14 days before, you must also submit the PCR test 72 hours in advance.

    So this marks the eighth change in Colombian entrance policies in the last 15 months. You know now that the Duque administration and Colombia is truly an American ally because they have done the unthinkable: they have made the CDC look reasonable.

  4. #6305
    Quote Originally Posted by ElMoreno92  [View Original Post]
    In a nutshell, they are saying that us foreigners must have a minimum of one dose of a vaccine AND a negative PCR Covid Test taken 72 hours before.

    Am I interpreting it right that us foreigners ALSO need a negative PCR test to enter Colombia?
    Yes. That makes more sense than just the card.

  5. #6304
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    The president said, "Cuando una persona tiene una prueba negativa, eso no quiere decir que de pronto no pueda tener el virus. " When a person has a negative test it does not mean they will not suddenly have the virus.

    ??? neither does having a vaccination card.

    https://m.elcolombiano.com/colombia/...bia-BE16124234
    On Colombia's Ministry of Health (MinSalud), I saw this:

    "El segundo grupo (extranjeros que no residen en Colombia sino que visitan el pais por turismo.) tiene que tener al menos una dosis de vacuna para poder entrar al pais tendran que tener una prueba PCR negativa 72 horas antes. ".

    In a nutshell, they are saying that us foreigners must have a minimum of one dose of a vaccine AND a negative PCR Covid Test taken 72 hours before.

    Am I interpreting it right that us foreigners ALSO need a negative PCR test to enter Colombia?

  6. #6303
    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    I anticipated this, and half the reason I got vaccinated was for the travel / political reasons, but that does not mean this is a smart move for Colombia. I said the travel ban was stupid and this is from the health minister in the article from Mr. E.

    Health Minister Fernando Ruiz spoke out against canceling flights to prevent the arrival of the variant, this measure seeks to restrict the entry of unvaccinated from abroad. "The speed of the variants always exceeds the detection capacity. This is why border closures are so ineffective. Today the poorest countries tend to close for political reasons, not technical, "Ruiz had written through his Twitter account on December 2.

    End of quote.

    I agree with you that it is in vogue to do this, but I will tell you that Mexico will never require vaccination, and President Duque has said tourism will be Colombia's next oil. It is not farfetched in that Cancun generates $20 billion per year in tourism dollars, and Colombian oil varies but it is in the $10 billion a year area.

    If you want tourists though, you do not make it harder on them. Hell, Mexico is way easier than Colombia and Cancun was fucking packed when I went a few weeks ago even after the murders in tourist areas.

    I saw an Indian wedding at my Cancun hotel. There were a 100 people in probably 50 rooms dancing outside and spending huge cash on food, drinks, and entertainment. If just one person in the whole party was not vaccinated, they could not have that event in Colombia.

    How much did the travel ban cost Colombia? At least they admitted it was pointless. Now the question is how much is this vaccination card bit going to cost them? This is not showing leadership but following the crowd and being stupidly PC.

    If you want tourism, you get money and improve infrastructure. In Peru, Mexico, and Ecuador, I rented a car and drove the highways always averaging 60 miles in hour. Hell, Mexico in some parts has better roads than the USA has.

    I drove halfway between Medellin and Bogota and averaged 25 MPH. Seriously. And not only that the roads were dangerous to boot. In Cartagena, Bocagrande has two points where you enter into the peninsula like area, and that road is seemingly always flooded and causes traffic jams on the way to the nicest part of the city.

    In Mexico, they are building a railway connecting Tulum and Cancun and putting in an airport in Tulum. In Cartagena, they are shooing away the hookers from the clock tower. Which approach do you think is going to win?
    It is not a flight ban, or a ban on tourists. It is just a vaccination requirement. And for many parts of the world you need to be vaccinated to get on a plane, so if the country you are going to requires it there is no difference. And I have to be fully vaccinated to get into the USA and many other places. So they are only doing what the US is already doing.

  7. #6302
    Quote Originally Posted by Nypher  [View Original Post]
    The girls are still in CTG they are not just at the clock tower. All the girls moved to the 1 square block of Space / Dulce and Delirium, yes, even the trannies too so be careful if that's not your thing. But at random times cops come down on bikes blasting sirens forcing everyone to clear the sidewalks. This is where most the girls run into Space, Dulce is picky about which girls they let in since their target audience is guys who like fake ass and tits and that's mostly the type of girls they let in.

    Also, many of my Chicas have bene telling me, this is only going on for Christmas so families can enjoy the decorations, after Christmas things will return to normal as 75% of tourists come there for sex, even the married man who brought his family along with him. One chica told me if they stop the girls from working CTG would loose a ton of tourist dollars and they will have no propose of building a bigger airport (the translator app must have translated wrong because I have no idea why CTG needs a second Airport).
    Oh nice! Sounds good. Well I plan to mainly stay in Medellin and then I do like 3 days in Bogota and 3 days in Cartagena let's see. Can't wait.

  8. #6301
    Quote Originally Posted by Zeos1  [View Original Post]
    This is a trend among countries. I expect that it will become the norm for international travel for most of the world. It now is the standard for all visitors into the US, into Canada, now Colombia. And many other countries.
    I anticipated this, and half the reason I got vaccinated was for the travel / political reasons, but that does not mean this is a smart move for Colombia. I said the travel ban was stupid and this is from the health minister in the article from Mr. E.

    Health Minister Fernando Ruiz spoke out against canceling flights to prevent the arrival of the variant, this measure seeks to restrict the entry of unvaccinated from abroad. "The speed of the variants always exceeds the detection capacity. This is why border closures are so ineffective. Today the poorest countries tend to close for political reasons, not technical, "Ruiz had written through his Twitter account on December 2.

    End of quote.

    I agree with you that it is in vogue to do this, but I will tell you that Mexico will never require vaccination, and President Duque has said tourism will be Colombia's next oil. It is not farfetched in that Cancun generates $20 billion per year in tourism dollars, and Colombian oil varies but it is in the $10 billion a year area.

    If you want tourists though, you do not make it harder on them. Hell, Mexico is way easier than Colombia and Cancun was fucking packed when I went a few weeks ago even after the murders in tourist areas.

    I saw an Indian wedding at my Cancun hotel. There were a 100 people in probably 50 rooms dancing outside and spending huge cash on food, drinks, and entertainment. If just one person in the whole party was not vaccinated, they could not have that event in Colombia.

    How much did the travel ban cost Colombia? At least they admitted it was pointless. Now the question is how much is this vaccination card bit going to cost them? This is not showing leadership but following the crowd and being stupidly PC.

    If you want tourism, you get money and improve infrastructure. In Peru, Mexico, and Ecuador, I rented a car and drove the highways always averaging 60 miles in hour. Hell, Mexico in some parts has better roads than the USA has.

    I drove halfway between Medellin and Bogota and averaged 25 MPH. Seriously. And not only that the roads were dangerous to boot. In Cartagena, Bocagrande has two points where you enter into the peninsula like area, and that road is seemingly always flooded and causes traffic jams on the way to the nicest part of the city.

    In Mexico, they are building a railway connecting Tulum and Cancun and putting in an airport in Tulum. In Cartagena, they are shooing away the hookers from the clock tower. Which approach do you think is going to win?

  9. #6300
    Quote Originally Posted by LatinaLover#1  [View Original Post]
    Colombia Requires COVID-19 Vaccinations for Travel to Colombia.

    Colombia will begin to require COVID-19 vaccinations for travel to Colombia starting on December 14 for those 18-years old or older.

    The President of Colombia, Ivand Duque announced this Monday that starting on December 14,2021, a vaccination certificate will be required to enter Colombia for people over 18 years of age.
    This is a trend among countries. I expect that it will become the norm for international travel for most of the world. It now is the standard for all visitors into the US, into Canada, now Colombia. And many other countries.

  10. #6299
    Quote Originally Posted by LatinaLover#1  [View Original Post]
    The President of Colombia, Ivand Duque announced this Monday that starting on December 14,2021, a vaccination certificate will be required to enter Colombia for people over 18 years of age.
    The president said, "Cuando una persona tiene una prueba negativa, eso no quiere decir que de pronto no pueda tener el virus. " When a person has a negative test it does not mean they will not suddenly have the virus.

    ??? neither does having a vaccination card.

    https://m.elcolombiano.com/colombia/...bia-BE16124234

  11. #6298

    Now You must have a vaccination card

    Colombia Requires COVID-19 Vaccinations for Travel to Colombia.

    Colombia will begin to require COVID-19 vaccinations for travel to Colombia starting on December 14 for those 18-years old or older.

    The President of Colombia, IvŠand Duque announced this Monday that starting on December 14,2021, a vaccination certificate will be required to enter Colombia for people over 18 years of age.

  12. #6297

    I hope the chicas are right!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nypher  [View Original Post]
    The girls are still in CTG they are not just at the clock tower. All the girls moved to the 1 square block of Space / Dulce and Delirium, yes, even the trannies too so be careful if that's not your thing. But at random times cops come down on bikes blasting sirens forcing everyone to clear the sidewalks. This is where most the girls run into Space, Dulce is picky about which girls they let in since their target audience is guys who like fake ass and tits and that's mostly the type of girls they let in.

    Also, many of my Chicas have bene telling me, this is only going on for Christmas so families can enjoy the decorations, after Christmas things will return to normal as 75% of tourists come there for sex, even the married man who brought his family along with him. One chica told me if they stop the girls from working CTG would loose a ton of tourist dollars and they will have no propose of building a bigger airport (the translator app must have translated wrong because I have no idea why CTG needs a second Airport).
    I hope the chicas are right! Ctg is one of my favorite cities!

  13. #6296

    The girls are still in CTG

    Quote Originally Posted by Blingz  [View Original Post]
    Not sure where to post this, but I'll just post it here.

    How would you guys split up your time between Medellin, Bogota, and Cartagena if you were going over to Colombia for 2 weeks. 16 days to be exact? I'm a serious monger and want to bang as many hot girls every day that I'm there LOL I was planning to stay mostly in Medellin, but open to suggestions.

    I will be out in Colombia from January 1st until 16th.

    Would love to hear your thoughts. I'm liking the street girls scene in Santa Fe, Bogota, and not liking the situation going on in Cartagena with the tight restrictions over freelance girls being in the Clock Tower area. I figure all the hot girls are in the side streets or in the clubs.

    Looking to hear see what you guys think.
    The girls are still in CTG they are not just at the clock tower. All the girls moved to the 1 square block of Space / Dulce and Delirium, yes, even the trannies too so be careful if that's not your thing. But at random times cops come down on bikes blasting sirens forcing everyone to clear the sidewalks. This is where most the girls run into Space, Dulce is picky about which girls they let in since their target audience is guys who like fake ass and tits and that's mostly the type of girls they let in.

    Also, many of my Chicas have bene telling me, this is only going on for Christmas so families can enjoy the decorations, after Christmas things will return to normal as 75% of tourists come there for sex, even the married man who brought his family along with him. One chica told me if they stop the girls from working CTG would loose a ton of tourist dollars and they will have no propose of building a bigger airport (the translator app must have translated wrong because I have no idea why CTG needs a second Airport).

  14. #6295

    US Testing Requirements

    For anyone confused about the more restrictive Covid testing requirements which began today, here's some help.

    You're required to get tested within 1 day of your flight. If you are flying out at 10 pm on Wednesday, you have to be tested anytime Tuesday or Wednesday, before your flight. If your outbound flight is very early morning, the distinction doesn't matter much. However, if you fly late at night you have almost a 2 day window to meet the requirement.

    Since there are plenty of labs giving results in less than 1 hour, this shouldn't be an issue.

  15. #6294

    Cali is the best city for regualr girls?

    Hi,

    I was in Cali and I got some good and bad experiences. I met only black girls. I like only regular girls, I don't like pros. Even if I would have liked to meet some white girls and stay with her for a week or more, I did not succeed because I am old and I had to pay a lot of the money compared to costs of Cali.

    I didn't like all this very much.

    If you know other Colombian cities well, could you tell me if Cali is the best Colombian city to meet regular girls and if Cali is the easiest city to meet them? Or are there some other cities better than Cali?

    Thank you!

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