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  1. #10281
    Quote Originally Posted by Jny88  [View Original Post]
    As a guy that wants to take a mongering vacation to Colombia, where would be the best place for mongering, I was thinking Bogota, Barranquilla or Medellin but my friend is trying to convince me to stay in Cartagena. I see that Cartagena is beautiful with high rise buildings on the water, but I'd like to know how's the mongering scene compared to the other three places I mentioned?? Or more importantly where would be a good stop for my first visit in Colombia??
    All 3 have good quality, Cartagena and Medellin do not have the quantity that Bogota has and they are more expensive.

    Medellin has so many stupid gringos living there making everything cost more.

  2. #10280
    Quote Originally Posted by JonesLover  [View Original Post]
    To some, I may seem like a troll for the many questions I ask. But I didn't consider what they say. I know what I want and only I know what I want to do. And if I ask questions it's just to understand. I am eager to understand in order to be able to build my best trip, as I will only have 20 days of completely free time.
    Dude. You have 20 days so there is no problem for you to check out both. 2 months ago when I had 20 days I went to Barranquilla, Santa Marta, Pereira, Medellin, and Bogota. Go see for yourself and report your findings and opinions.

  3. #10279
    Quote Originally Posted by Jny88  [View Original Post]
    As a guy that wants to take a mongering vacation to Colombia, where would be the best place for mongering, I was thinking Bogota, Barranquilla or Medellin but my friend is trying to convince me to stay in Cartagena. I see that Cartagena is beautiful with high rise buildings on the water, but I'd like to know how's the mongering scene compared to the other three places I mentioned?? Or more importantly where would be a good stop for my first visit in Colombia??
    My opinion is that Cartagena is an overrated tourist trap. I suggest either Bogota or Medellin and to use online sites like Mileroticos and Skokka. I prefer to avoid chaotic places like what Santa Fe must be like at night.

    But these are just my opinions.

  4. #10278

    Okios Building Airbnb's are GF

    I can confirm what another user posted earlier the " Okios infinitum " Building in chapinero (5874 Caracas) which is the site of several airbnb's is GF. I asked several hosts and they all said yes. The one that I am staying at the owner knew exactly what I was talking about when I mentioned and told me straight up it was no problem to bring women upstairs as long as we did not disturb other residents.

  5. #10277
    Quote Originally Posted by JonesLover  [View Original Post]
    I'm sorry but I still do not understand. But I will do the Covide-19 test backwards in my country. What does the test in Colombia have to do with it? They will request the test from me when I am in my home country. Quite right?
    Wrong.

    You have had an explanation for this and you keep denying it. If your home country is United States, or Canada, or UK, or many other places you cannot go there unless you have a test before you flly.

    I don't know what country you come from, and that may be true for it, but for many places you cannot get on the plane to fly there without a negative Covid test.

  6. #10276
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    I am just not a big Medellin guy. I recommend it to other people, but it does not call out to me like Barranquilla and Bogota. I absolutely hate the coldness of Bogota by the way. It is torture to me, but I can not stay away.
    To some, I may seem like a troll for the many questions I ask. But I didn't consider what they say. I know what I want and only I know what I want to do. And if I ask questions it's just to understand. I am eager to understand in order to be able to build my best trip, as I will only have 20 days of completely free time.

    I don't know why you think Medellin is more for other people. Yet in Medellin there is everything, beyond Plaza Botero. There are countless "casas" that even Bogota doesn't have. You can also agree with a girl in the "casa" and make her come to your hotel. Then there is also another option in Medellin that you haven't mentioned. There is "Mayorista"! Have you ever gone there? An open-air brothel. You can stop any girl on the street and agree with her on everything.

    I would be curious to know which people Medellin is suitable for.

    But I repeat, I don't give a damn about all these options because I'm looking for a regular girl or two for a long time. Hit and run doesn't interest me at all.

    You say you hate the weather in Bogota, but I don't think it rains much in September. Maybe it's just a little cool. I, on the other hand, would hate the climate of Barranquilla. It is in a valley that suffocates this city. If you stay 20 days in Barranquilla. I think the heat is asphyxiating and the breath is bad. I also believe that you should lose 10 kg. Ahahahahah I've never been to Bogota but I think the cold weather doesn't bother me too much. It could bother me at 2,640 meters high and it could make my cock, already a little limp, go limp.

  7. #10275

    A little help please

    As a guy that wants to take a mongering vacation to Colombia, where would be the best place for mongering, I was thinking Bogota, Barranquilla or Medellin but my friend is trying to convince me to stay in Cartagena. I see that Cartagena is beautiful with high rise buildings on the water, but I'd like to know how's the mongering scene compared to the other three places I mentioned?? Or more importantly where would be a good stop for my first visit in Colombia??

  8. #10274
    Quote Originally Posted by Talkyes  [View Original Post]
    As for your idea that being a student makes you unable to tell lies, that's so ridiculous. I know some people put educational institutions on pedestals but this is just a whole new level of that. People go to school to have better job prospects. It doesn't make them a more honest person. Hell, a lot of the time it doesn't even make them any smarter.
    To go off on a tangent, when I started my MBA, at orientation the guy went around and asked people why they were there. Most tried to give the politically correct answer to get more knowledge and shit. When he finished taking responses he said bullshit. MBA stands for More Bank Account. If you are here for something other than making more money, then you are here for the wrong reason.

    Anybody can buy and read the same books from any education program. The purpose of higher education is to develop and sharpen critical thinking skills. That is something you need to be around leaders and peers for and can not get from just reading the books.

  9. #10273
    Quote Originally Posted by JonesLover  [View Original Post]
    Out of curiosity:

    Why 15 years always in Santa Fe and not in Medellin center plaza Botero? I know plaza Botero is not so inferior to Santa Fe, both in the beauty of the girls and in the quantity of girls. Plus Medellin has a better climate than Bogota. Some people insist on Santa Fe. My question is just to understand better.
    I am not really a big monger. I date tons of normal chicks and if I find the time between them, I will head out to monger. I am not saying that I specifically or exclusively go to Santa Fe. It is just that I have been to Bogota over 100 times and only been to Medellin like 6 times. I know Medellin and have stayed outside of the Botero area only once (when I stayed at San Peter in Laureles February last year right before Covid).

    I am just not a big Medellin guy. I recommend it to other people, but it does not call out to me like Barranquilla and Bogota. I absolutely hate the coldness of Bogota by the way. It is torture to me, but I can not stay away.

    That being said, Santa Fe is way bigger than Botero and has tons more chicks without even counting the ones in the clubs there. Walking with MM the other day, he thought the Santa Fe chicks ended where the gay dudes start. I showed him there was an entirely different 2 block section of chicks past the gay dudes.

    To do Botero, including Degreiff, it will take about 15 minutes. To do Santa Fe, without the clubs, it will take just under 1 hour.

  10. #10272
    Quote Originally Posted by Talkyes  [View Original Post]
    They won't let you on the flight if you don't have a test from the last 3 days. So if you've been in Colombia 3 days or more, that means you need to get tested in Colombia.

    As for your idea that being a student makes you unable to tell lies, that's so ridiculous. I know some people put educational institutions on pedestals but this is just a whole new level of that. People go to school to have better job prospects. It doesn't make them a more honest person. Hell, a lot of the time it doesn't even make them any smarter.
    This is great news, I thought I needed to be vaccinated to travel. Is the test that long swab that goes all the way up your nose or do they have a new less test that more comfortable?

  11. #10271

    Don't feed the trolls

    Many thanks to genuine contributors. Always a good idea not to feed the trolls.

  12. #10270
    Quote Originally Posted by JonesLover  [View Original Post]
    Out of curiosity:

    Why 15 years always in Santa Fe and not in Medellin center plaza Botero?

    I know plaza Botero is not so inferior to Santa Fe, both in the beauty of the girls and in the quantity of girls.

    Plus Medellin has a better climate than Bogota.

    Some people insist on Santa Fe. My question is just to understand better.
    They are very very different. Plaza Botero is an open area next to a museum and metro station in central Medellin. It is just a very busy part of downtown Medellin. If you are looking for chicas you have to go to some of the adjoining streets sometimes, or certain parts of the area. If there are 20,000 people in the area only a few of them have anything to do the sex business.

    In the part of Santa Fe that is talked about here, in Bogota, the business of the area is mostly about sex. The sex business, and other businesses that help support that, such as hairdressing salons, short term hotels, restaurants / cafes, bars.

  13. #10269
    Quote Originally Posted by JonesLover  [View Original Post]
    I'm sorry but I still do not understand. But I will do the Covide-19 test backwards in my country. What does the test in Colombia have to do with it? They will request the test from me when I am in my home country. Quite right?
    To go back to the United States or Canada. Or many countries in Europe, you have to get a test in the country you are leaving from, before they will let you board the plane. For example, I am from Canada and I had to get my test in the country I was visiting before I could get on the plane to go back to Canada.

  14. #10268
    Quote Originally Posted by JonesLover  [View Original Post]
    I'm sorry but I still do not understand. But I will do the Covide-19 test backwards in my country. What does the test in Colombia have to do with it? They will request the test from me when I am in my home country. Quite right?

    You are wrong. This proves that she is an intelligent girl who does not tell lies. And with that it's a good start. I hate girls who make up everything and tell lies.
    They won't let you on the flight if you don't have a test from the last 3 days. So if you've been in Colombia 3 days or more, that means you need to get tested in Colombia.

    As for your idea that being a student makes you unable to tell lies, that's so ridiculous. I know some people put educational institutions on pedestals but this is just a whole new level of that. People go to school to have better job prospects. It doesn't make them a more honest person. Hell, a lot of the time it doesn't even make them any smarter.

  15. #10267

    Covid Test

    Quote Originally Posted by JonesLover  [View Original Post]
    Hey,

    I know it is not necessary to make a Covid-19 RT- PCR test or a simple molecular test neither to enter nor to leave Colombia.

    Why do you make tests? I'd like to understand.
    You need a negative antigen or PCR test to go back to the USA. I had spaced out getting one until the night before I was scheduled to return to US. Luckily Synlab at the Bogota airport opens at 6 AM every day and I was able to get the test prior to my flight the same day. The cost of the test (antigen test) was only 110 COP (about $27) and they emailed the results about 1 and a half hours later. I have medium level Spanish but I will say some of the paperwork was a little tough to figure out.

    With about 3 hour to kill at the El Dorado airport I will say they have a lot of good food options there compared to some other airports.

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