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  1. #6470
    Quote Originally Posted by JustReading  [View Original Post]
    I was planning on scoping out Santa Fe, but not sure I'll bother despite not really being fazed by the area after spending a lot of time in Medellin Centro.
    But it is not the same thing!

  2. #6469
    After a few days off duty due to feeling a bit under the weather, I've lined up a couple of mature photoprepagos girls in the next few days. Probably not to everyone's tastes, but I'm a fan of all natural amateur type looking women, and these girls have excellent reviews and have been very responsive to whatsapp messages so my expectations are high! Will report back.

    I was planning on scoping out Santa Fe, but not sure I'll bother despite not really being fazed by the area after spending a lot of time in Medellin Centro. As it's my last few days in the country I think I'll just order girls to come to me instead.

  3. #6468

    Best areas of Bogota

    My recommendation has always been, if you're concerned about being able to walk around the area, stay north of Calle 72. Generally between Carrera 7 and 15 is what I consider to be less scary for the novice visitor. For the particularly nervous types, I'd move that to north of Calle 85. This is from Jjbee. It is really good advice for anyone new around here. I live here and generally true for me too. North of 72 is just fine. Great advice so follow it. A cab to Santa Fe is no more than five dollars from carrera 15 and calle 100. Comfortable and safe. I don't use the Transmilenio. Just personal taste.

  4. #6467
    Quote Originally Posted by Arcangel  [View Original Post]
    You know, there are people who say that every area south of Texas is shady and should be avoided.
    Don't go south of Chaperino unless you're going to La Candelaria which is the "old city" with lots of museums and other things. Downtown Bogota is also close to La Candelaria if I remember correctly with all the office buildings. It's fine by the day. At night stick to north Bogota.

    But Senior Yippie, Bogota is a safe city, you say? Not really. Especially if its your first time. You don't want to get drugged and robbed. There's tons of time during the day to fuck in brothels in Chaperino. For night life try to get a chicas number and go to El Retiro. There is an area there with tons of restaurants, clubs, and casinos.

    EDIT: Also make sure you visit the Mezzanine girls. Its in the Bogota map maintained here. It's quiet an experience to fuck in a closet.

  5. #6466
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    If you are not staying in an American hotel then prepare to bend over and get fucked.
    How much extra is it for bareback?

    Anyway, I never stay at American hotels but I have not yet been offered this service.

    By the way, at the FKKs in Germany very few girls are German. Almost all come from the poorest parts of the European Union like Romania.

  6. #6465
    Quote Originally Posted by Coupe66  [View Original Post]
    My question is, which areas heading south from Calle 80 down to the bottom of Chapinero are shady to stay in and should be avoided?
    You know, there are people who say that every area south of Texas is shady and should be avoided.

    It depends on YOU which area you feel comfortable in. It also depends on you which climate you feel confortable in. Wear an extra layer of clothes in the evening or on a rainy day in Bogota and sleep under an extra blanket, or go somewhere warmer like Medellin.

    My favourite area of Bogota now is Zona G in Chapinero around Cra 5 and Calle 70. Plenty of good restaurants in the area because well to do Colombians live above there. In my room in Hotel Emaus (120 k on booking) I was surprised to see an electric heater, not common in Bogota. The bathtub instead of shower was good, too.

    I have received my Sugarbabies in three different hotels in Bogota and reception never even asked to see their ID. I had booked a double room, except one place where I paid 70 k for one person I had to pay 30 k to upgrade to double on days when I had a visitor.

  7. #6464

    Gorgeous

    Nice work, She is gorgeous.

    Any chance for BBBJ or oral natural? If so, how much is avg cost there?

    THANKS!

    Quote Originally Posted by TomPower  [View Original Post]
    I go to troya because all girls wind up there anyway.

    Vanecas are cheaper usually skinner if you like that.

    My ATM card always works however sometimes on the weekend ATMs run out of money bedt to load up on pesos fri.

    Davivienda at 400 k per withdrawal is still cheaper than other ATMs.

    Ubers a lotta trouble taxis have a rate card posted the number you see corresponds to a value on the card pretty straight forward. I wouldn't know if a taxis messing with meter but 30 k is max I've ever paid.

    Take asprin altitude gives you a headache first day nothing more.

    Bring your own cigars.

    Unless you want to buy the Colombian ones which are dipped in glue / ddt yuck.

    Any cohibas you see are fake.

    Its virtually impossible to get a fair deal with Colombian you have to constantly repeat how much your paying and what you want. Even after she agrees they just think its a free for all all the time.

  8. #6463
    Quote Originally Posted by TomPower  [View Original Post]
    Bring your own cigars.

    Unless you want to buy the Colombian ones which are dipped in glue / ddt yuck.

    Any cohibas you see are fake.

    Its virtually impossible to get a fair deal with Colombian you have to constantly repeat how much your paying and what you want. Even after she agrees they just think its a free for all all the time.
    Actually La Cava Del Puro in Zona Rosa has really Cohibas and other Cuban cigars.

    I deal with Colombian all the time for many different things, you are wrong.

  9. #6462
    Quote Originally Posted by Coupe66  [View Original Post]
    Another question that may get me shot down in flames! A few pages back a poster said better to stay north of calle 80 in Chapinero. I don't find many reasonably priced places in north Chapinero, however can find many more further south, like central Chapinero, Quinta Camacho, La Porciuncula etc. My question is, which areas heading south from Calle 80 down to the bottom of Chapinero are shady to stay in and should be avoided?
    Teqandama area is a great place to stay, walking distance to Santa Fe. Also East 19th St area.

  10. #6461
    Quote Originally Posted by Coupe66  [View Original Post]
    Another question that may get me shot down in flames! A few pages back a poster said better to stay north of calle 80 in Chapinero. I don't find many reasonably priced places in north Chapinero, however can find many more further south, like central Chapinero, Quinta Camacho, La Porciuncula etc. My question is, which areas heading south from Calle 80 down to the bottom of Chapinero are shady to stay in and should be avoided?
    My recommendation has always been, if you're concerned about being able to walk around the area, stay north of Calle 72. Generally between Carrera 7 and 15 is what I consider to be less scary for the novice visitor. For the particularly nervous types, I'd move that to north of Calle 85.

    Of course that doesn't guarantee anything. Whether you stay on Calle 19, or Calle 129 doesn't make a huge difference in your security. It just means one area looks safer to you. And I'm not picking on you for this. I've seen plenty of reviews about very nice hotels, in very nice areas, where some gringo complained about how scary the neighborhood was.

    When you go west of Carrera 15, it will look a bit shadier. It's not particularly bad, but it will look that way to you. Same is true south of Carrera 72 (or 85). My personal preference is to stay north, close to Carrera 15. There are plenty of places where you can get a suite, some with a kitchen, for $40-$50 per night. Some even have heat.

    I choose to be close to Carrera 15 because I use the Transmilenio. Although it's crowded and bumpy, it's much faster and cheaper than anything else. Why spend $5-$8 for a 45 minute ride, when you can get there in 20 minutes for a Dollar? 2 round trips a day and you're spending the same as getting a cheaper place and taking taxis.

    If you're sticking with taxis or Uber, there's an option that doesn't get mentioned much. That's to stay over around the US Embassy in Teusaquillo. There's plenty of budget options for reasonable lodging and you're bypassing much of the worst traffic. Once again, it will probably look scary, but it's not a bad area. It's also near the National University of Colombia. That means lots of cheap food options and plenty of eye candy.

    As I said before, how scary an area looks to you, has nothing to do with the dangers in the area. How you look in the area is what matters. Dress appropriately. Decent jeans, a reasonable shirt and a light to midweight jacket will keep you from sticking out too much. No jewelry, no fat wallet in your pocket, no iPhone X in your hand and no looking around like you're starring in a horror film and you just heard a chainsaw. Walk comfortably, not like you're terrified someone's going to come along and ram a giant dildo up your ass.

    Know where you're going, even if you have no idea. If you look lost or confused, you look like an easy target. If you're not sure, or if you think someone is paying too much attention to you, stop in a store or restaurant. Buy a bottle of water and take a few minutes to figure out where you are and where you want to go. 99.9% of the people are going about their business and have no interest in your business. The other 0. 1% are looking for an easy target. If you don't look like one, they'll keep looking.

    If you are feeling too nervous, use Tappsi or Easy Taxi to call a taxi and have them take you where you want to go.

  11. #6460
    Another question that may get me shot down in flames! A few pages back a poster said better to stay north of calle 80 in Chapinero. I don't find many reasonably priced places in north Chapinero, however can find many more further south, like central Chapinero, Quinta Camacho, La Porciuncula etc. My question is, which areas heading south from Calle 80 down to the bottom of Chapinero are shady to stay in and should be avoided?

  12. #6459

    Chica friendly hotels.

    Is there a list of girl friendly hotels? Are there hotels (not American hotels) that don't charge any fees for bringing girls?

  13. #6458
    Quote Originally Posted by XBoyx  [View Original Post]
    I will be in Bogota in March 7 too. Would be nice if we can meet as It's going to be my first time as well. Why you want to rent an airbnb? I was able to find nice 4 stars hotels for around $50/ night in Zona Rosa. Is there any reason that you want to rent an Airbnb? Aren't hotels more comfortable and safer for the first timers?
    If I'm staying anywhere for more than a couple of nights, I prefer an apartment as I like to eat / drink what I want & when I want and generally feel more at home in a nice apartment than a hotel room. If I was staying somewhere for 2 weeks for example, I wouldn't enjoy it and my health would suffer if I had to eat out / takaways etc the whole time! It's got nothing to do with bringing in chicas for me. In general I don't do that very often, because I'm more comfortable going to their place / a casa / meeting at a motel, and also not bringing them into my place for safety reasons. Hate to wait around too for a chica to ring my doorbell! PM me when you're there about meeting up.

  14. #6457
    Are hotels in Bogota also NOT girl-friendly anymore? Last trip 4-5 years ago stayed at Don Carlton, had no issues bringing girls. Has that changed?

  15. #6456

    Tips.

    I go to troya because all girls wind up there anyway.

    Vanecas are cheaper usually skinner if you like that.

    My ATM card always works however sometimes on the weekend ATMs run out of money bedt to load up on pesos fri.

    Davivienda at 400 k per withdrawal is still cheaper than other ATMs.

    Ubers a lotta trouble taxis have a rate card posted the number you see corresponds to a value on the card pretty straight forward. I wouldn't know if a taxis messing with meter but 30 k is max I've ever paid.

    Take asprin altitude gives you a headache first day nothing more.

    Bring your own cigars.

    Unless you want to buy the Colombian ones which are dipped in glue / ddt yuck.

    Any cohibas you see are fake.

    Its virtually impossible to get a fair deal with Colombian you have to constantly repeat how much your paying and what you want. Even after she agrees they just think its a free for all all the time.
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