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  1. #10730
    Quote Originally Posted by Showdown  [View Original Post]
    Has anyone flown Spirit from the US to Colombia? They seem to have some very inexpensive flights but I have heard horror stories about them stranding people, cancelling flights etc.

    Also can anyone recommend a hotel in Santa Fe to rent a room? Although I will stay at the IBIS I HATE that knock at the door and figured if I get my own room in Santa Fe I can eliminate that problem. That knock is a killer and I hate it. Even paying the lady that takes the money extra she still knocks early.

    Showdown.
    Are you talking about Ibis Museo hotel? Not sure I understand the knock part.

  2. #10729
    Quote Originally Posted by DonMedellin  [View Original Post]
    So there are girls standing in those hallways, do they work for those places? If I see someone I like, can I bring her to a different motel? I actually don't know any good motels in Santa Fe, could you recommend one? I don't mind paying more for a clean and safe place.
    I would like to know the answer as well. Have seen lots of girls standing outside shops but what is the deal. Just talk to them and take them to your hotel or are they bound to those shops (brothels?) etc.

  3. #10728
    Quote Originally Posted by Showdown  [View Original Post]
    Has anyone flown Spirit from the US to Colombia? They seem to have some very inexpensive flights but I have heard horror stories about them stranding people, cancelling flights etc.
    Showdown, what Spirit does is hit you up hard on the back end. The fares are dirt cheap until you add bags, pick a seat ETC. I got a buddy who uses them and just buys cheap clothes when he gets to Colombia as it is cheaper than packing a bag. I think you pay like $100 often to have a suitcase round trip with Colombia.

    Xpartan is right in that the seats suck, but they are okay if you are thinner. You have the least amount of leg room of any of the airlines though. I have had some miserable Spirit flights. And he is right about upgrading. With the big seats, you are getting like a first class seat and it is usually between only $50 and $80 more.

    The other part that sucks with Spirit is you are going to be waiting way longer in line than any other airline. Their computer system sucks!! When they say show up 3 hours early, you do so. The lines are horrible!

    Thing with Spirit though is that when I am making my flight plans, I think I can endure Spirit for the cost savings, then I go to the airport and curse using them, then I get home and say "Eh, that was not so bad."

    If it is 50% cheaper on Spirit, I say to go for it and use it. If it is 20% cheaper, I would say to use a different airline. Really the best deal is using Viva to fly from Miami to Medellin not Spirit. That flight just does not always show up when you do searches.

  4. #10727
    Quote Originally Posted by Showdown  [View Original Post]
    Has anyone flown Spirit from the US to Colombia? They seem to have some very inexpensive flights but I have heard horror stories about them stranding people, cancelling flights etc.
    Showdown.
    Every airline including majors has cancelled flights this year. Some things are beyond their control, other things aren't.

    If the price is significantly lower and the schedule works for you, I'd fly Spirit in a heartbeat. Make sure to buy an exit raw or, better yet BFS in front of the plane. Doesn't cost that much but makes a world of difference because unless you're a contortionist, you'll be miserable in a regular Spirit seat.

  5. #10726

    Spirit and the knock at the door in Santa Fe

    Has anyone flown Spirit from the US to Colombia? They seem to have some very inexpensive flights but I have heard horror stories about them stranding people, cancelling flights etc.

    Also can anyone recommend a hotel in Santa Fe to rent a room? Although I will stay at the IBIS I HATE that knock at the door and figured if I get my own room in Santa Fe I can eliminate that problem. That knock is a killer and I hate it. Even paying the lady that takes the money extra she still knocks early.

    Showdown.

  6. #10725
    Quote Originally Posted by LatinaLover#1  [View Original Post]
    It's a 2 story corner building catty corner from the Dann Carlton Carrera 15. Go up to the second floor there are a half a dozen or more numbered doors on both the front and back side, Just open the door and see if you like one of the girls and if so negotiate a price. If you don't find one you like go to the next door. They all do FS. Years back I met a real sweet, hot girl who was a student. Got her WA on the second visit and she came to my hotel many times after that for 100,000 cop, no time limit and total GF experience. Make sure you get her WA if you find one you like.
    No need to open the doors. Each of the rooms have a camera that shows who is coming up the steps. So they open the doors as soon as you round the corner.

    And I can second that I had some great GFE there.

    Showdown.

  7. #10724

    Questions about Santa Fe

    So there are girls standing in those hallways, do they work for those places? If I see someone I like, can I bring her to a different motel? I actually don't know any good motels in Santa Fe, could you recommend one? I don't mind paying more for a clean and safe place.

  8. #10723

    Looking for something like New Life in Bogota

    I really just prefer to go to a casa with a flat price during the day time. Is there a casa you can recommend in Bogota? Other than parlors that you have to negotiate. Thanks chicos.

  9. #10722
    Quote Originally Posted by LatinaLover#1  [View Original Post]
    she came to my hotel many times a.
    Dan Crleton allows visitors?

  10. #10721

    Mezzanine

    Quote Originally Posted by DonMedellin  [View Original Post]
    Is this a place with multiple parlors / casas? Which one is full service and what are the rates? Thanks.
    It's a 2 story corner building catty corner from the Dann Carlton Carrera 15. Go up to the second floor there are a half a dozen or more numbered doors on both the front and back side, Just open the door and see if you like one of the girls and if so negotiate a price. If you don't find one you like go to the next door. They all do FS. Years back I met a real sweet, hot girl who was a student. Got her WA on the second visit and she came to my hotel many times after that for 100,000 cop, no time limit and total GF experience. Make sure you get her WA if you find one you like.

  11. #10720

    Street girls and bar girls

    Got in BOG Friday afternoon went to Santa Fe with a bro, couple hundreds girls were in the streets, many hot young spinners, bagged 4 street girls,40,000 COP ($10) each incl room, good deals, very happy.

    Was in Friests when Policias raided bars. Went back to hotel early. Came back to Toya Sat night, about 30 girls, most tall and thick, Kim K type. Colombia beers $2.50. Tips for lap dances 50 K COPs or $1.25 for 15 minutes. Talked to a spinner. She wanted 80 K but had deep broken voice, must have been an trannie. Took a Colombian girl for 80 K. She loved sex but oozed dead fish when she came, ruined the mood.

    Street girls are fresh, nice, clean, pretty, far better than bar girls. Will stick with hot street girls and forget about old, thick bar girls.

  12. #10719
    Quote Originally Posted by ElMechanico  [View Original Post]
    Check-Mig suspended until further notice.

    I tried to fill out my form today for my flight on Monday and there was a notice on their website that they were having some sort of difficulties and they are suspending the need to fill out the form until further notice. I will try to post a picture of the notice that I got.

    El Mechanico.
    How was it entering the country without Check-Mig?

  13. #10718

    How does Mezzanine work?

    Is this a place with multiple parlors / casas? Which one is full service and what are the rates? Thanks.

  14. #10717

    Update on Vaccine Cards

    Fiebre was open for business as usual tonight, despite the police operation that shut it down last night. They still were not checking vaccine cards. Troya, however, was checking vaccine cards.

    Quote Originally Posted by GringoItaliano  [View Original Post]
    I was at Fiebre last night (the 26th) when Colombian police entered the club and suspended its operations for an inspection. They called up all the girls to the second floor to check their IDs and their vaccine cards. I think they also spoke to a few male guests, supposedly about vaccine cards as well, but not nearly as thoroughly or systematically. The club staff eventually told us to leave, as they were shutting down. Word was that Fiebre had not paid up. I went to Troya instead, which was packed with refugees from the Fiebre shut down. When I left Troya, they would not let me out normally. They were keeping the doors closed and only letting people out when the coast was clear. The Troya staffers were evidently concerned about the police as well and were pretending to be closed, or at least trying to avoid drawing attention.

  15. #10716
    Quote Originally Posted by GringoItaliano  [View Original Post]
    I was at Fiebre last night (the 26th) when Colombian police entered the club and suspended its operations for an inspection. They called up all the girls to the second floor to check their IDs and their vaccine cards. I think they also spoke to a few male guests, supposedly about vaccine cards as well, but not nearly as thoroughly or systematically. The club staff eventually told us to leave, as they were shutting down. Word was that Fiebre had not paid up. I went to Troya instead, which was packed with refugees from the Fiebre shut down. When I left Troya, they would not let me out normally. They were keeping the doors closed and only letting people out when the coast was clear. The Troya staffers were evidently concerned about the police as well and were pretending to be closed, or at least trying to avoid drawing attention.
    I was at fibre as well. It was a shitshow to be honest but we got out without paying anything luckily. I had it one time before in Bangkok, Thailand that the military closed down a club because they didn't pay up. It was much more intense than yesterday. Police was friendly to extranjeros, I don't know about Colombians. There was police everywhere on the streets. I wonder if they do these operations regularly from now in SF?

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