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  1. #9078
    Quote Originally Posted by Mc2988  [View Original Post]
    ...I decided to choose to stay within the streets of Santa Fe. The hotel was cheap like 35 k a night and was also facing one of the streets....
    How did you sleep with all the noise?

  2. #9077

    Bogota list of places to get laid

    Hi all,

    There was a list on here listing all casa and massages places in Bogota, I can't seem to find it for the life of me.

    Can anybody see it?

  3. #9076

    More NATIONWIDE restrictions

    Based on ICU occupancy, the higher the cases the more restrictive the curfew. I hate being negative but believe there is more to come, especially in Bogota now that Lopez is back form vacation.

    This is from Duque and is decreed for the entire nation, not just Bogota.

    https://www.noticiasrcn.com/nacional...s-al-70-368088

  4. #9075

    Update

    Went to SF last night and it was pretty solid. Unfortunately, I am told the clubs will all be closed this weekend due to an impending curfew. This comes from a reliable source (my waiter friend) who works at one of the clubs. No idea how long it'll last, but at least through next Monday. No clue as to what the street action will look like.

    As for the airport shutting down. Highly, highly, highly, unlikely. I asked a friend who is in the government if that is likely to happen, to which he said no chance. Why? Central government won't allow it. Businesses need to continue operate to some extent and air travel is one of them. If anything, there would be restrictions for people coming into the country as the holiday season concludes, but very unlikely that they won't let people leave. This only happened in March because no one really understood covid and its implications, which is why the whole world shut down in the first place.

    That being said, more lockdowns are definitely coming. Anyone here can read between the lines if you are following the news. The city and mayor's twitter all indicate that if ICU capacity reaches 85%, which is very close, then more severe restrictions will go in place. I don't recommend visiting through the month of January, but as always, it is a personal choice.

    Cheers,

    TIA.

  5. #9074

    I wouldn't try it.

    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowJ  [View Original Post]
    I'm scheduled to be back in Bogota January 24-30. I've made the excuses at home and with work. I've found the right logistics and I've interacted with a TON of SA girls. I can get a PCR test before I fly. But man, I worry that things will get stricter and I either won't be able to see the girls or (worst case) Colombia tries to shut down the airport again. I can't afford to be stuck there when I'm on a covert trip. I really don't want to face reality. Maybe I should take a first shot at the scene in CDMX. But it looks like they are imposing curfews there too.

    If I have to cancel Bogota? Are there any other destinations for a 1 week getaway that I should look into?
    My girls Father lives in Suba and the lock down is serious. Soldiers everywhere and not playing. Lopez is back and the hospitals are full. I bagged my trip to Colombia. Too many negatives, more lockdowns to come, maybe the entire country, possibly getting stuck in Colombia and worse, getting covid and needing treatment in Colombia in a ICU full to max, I could go on but I think it's time to stop letting the little head do the thinking. Trust me, I know how you feel, after traveling for many many years at this hobby I was always trying to talk myself into it. LOL.

  6. #9073

    I'd hate to cancel my trip

    I'm scheduled to be back in Bogota January 24-30. I've made the excuses at home and with work. I've found the right logistics and I've interacted with a TON of SA girls. I can get a PCR test before I fly. But man, I worry that things will get stricter and I either won't be able to see the girls or (worst case) Colombia tries to shut down the airport again. I can't afford to be stuck there when I'm on a covert trip. I really don't want to face reality. Maybe I should take a first shot at the scene in CDMX. But it looks like they are imposing curfews there too.

    If I have to cancel Bogota? Are there any other destinations for a 1 week getaway that I should look into?

  7. #9072
    Quote Originally Posted by Guerinto  [View Original Post]
    Very helpful, but I am not American. Sometimes other countries misinterpret or misunderstand the requirements, although I'm not saying that is the case here. Ideally I will try to find an official Colombian government source and try to understand that.
    Definitely not the case here. Come on mayne. If you really wanted to go somewhere then the information is instantly at your fingertips. And it does not discriminate based on nationality. It takes longer to make excuses than to find this info from the Colombian Minister of Health and the Canadian Embassy in Colombia.

    "La resolucin 0002 de 2021 otorga un plazo, fijando la toma de la prueba PCR en Colombia a partir del 12 de enero de 2021."

    https://www.eltiempo.com/politica/go...ia-2021-558888

    Quote Originally Posted by Guerinto  [View Original Post]
    Either way, I won't be traveling until the Canadian eliminates the 72 hour PCR test requirement to re-enter Canada. I have no way of guaranteeing I can get such a test in Colombia in time
    Well you can not guarantee that you will be living tomorrow, but if you really wanted to even attempt getting a test in Colombia, then your government has posted this link for you on their website.

    https://covid19.minsalud.gov.co/
    https://travel.gc.ca/destinations/colombia
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  8. #9071
    Quote Originally Posted by MongerHunger  [View Original Post]
    Requirement and rules don't start until January 12th. This is the information from the embassy and not from 3rd, 4th and 5th parties.

    https://co.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/
    Very helpful, but I am not American. Sometimes other countries misinterpret or misunderstand the requirements, although I'm not saying that is the case here. Ideally I will try to find an official Colombian government source and try to understand that. An expat board may have an English translation too. Either way, I won't be traveling until the Canadian eliminates the 72 hour PCR test requirement to re-enter Canada. I have no way of guaranteeing I can get such a test in Colombia in time and I cannot afford to be forced to quarantine in a government facility for 14 days. Warranting at home is fine, as I work from home and can stay home no problem.

    For now the government has made me a prisoner in my own country.

  9. #9070

    Possibilities

    Quote Originally Posted by Kazeu  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for the heads up. I appreciate it. I'm quite concerned about what's going to happen in the next few days. All the repercussions of the holiday partying has started to take its toll.

    I agree Bogota is not in proper form at the moment. If you were in Bogota in early to mid December it wasn't actually that bad, but now, I'm not sure if its worth it. And with a possible lockdown, I'm thinking about other places in Colombia to escape to. Anyone got any suggestions? I heard monteria is nice. I also have found memories of bucaramanga.
    Although I'd rethink Colombia entirely, lots of unknowns right now. Bucaramanga is pretty dangerous in the moment. I'd get out of all the cities. Maybe head to a beach town. I'd go to Santa Marta, bring a favorita with me or mine for something special in Santa Marta, one you enjoy enough to spend some extended time with. Then, not far away, we could go to Tyrona Nat'l park, great beaches and scuba diving, go native until all this blows over. Stay at Villa Maria Tayrona hotel. It's just outside the Park so if they close the Park your still ok. Spiny lobster, arroz de coco and a cold beer the best way I know of waiting out a lockdown in Colombia. Keep us informed of your decision. Stay safe and good luck brother.
    Last edited by LatinaLover#1; 01-06-21 at 09:06. Reason: typo

  10. #9069
    Quote Originally Posted by Kazeu  [View Original Post]
    I heard monteria is nice.
    No way. That place sux even in non-Covid times. Unless you prefer being bored to death.

  11. #9068

    First time Santa Fe

    Went there in November. They still needed corona tests to get in but the ticket was such a deal, I went.

    So even in pandemic season, things were still wicked out there.

    Santa Fe was heavy trafficked and in a dark lit neon place with pretty girls, johns, pimps, dealers and trannies. Cops everywhere of course. All in a perfect motion, a feeling both haunting and beautiful. Humans of all shapes and sizes for whatever your fetish was.

    A lot of police activity due to pandemic. Streets started closing around 10-11 so had to go find girls earlier. Some started their work pretty early despite the constant flashing lights. Once I even got stopped mid uber trip and told I was committing a crime by riding in an uber. Was told it was illegal in Bogota and was completely searched including my backpack. Good thing I hadn't brought along any of my candy that would have been a different story. Initial stop because the driver was going in the opposite direction so he did have to give them a tip anyway made it to the destination which was a girl from the web. She looked exactly like her pics. I had gotten lucky. A few times they didn't look like the pics. When in doubt of choice, go for higher end chick.

    Well stupidly but charming, I decided to choose to stay within the streets of Santa Fe. The hotel was cheap like 35 k a night and was also facing one of the streets. They lowered price to 30 k once I said I was to stay multiple days. Clean room with a "view" so I was enjoying the street action while getting lit. Anxiety when I went out in the dark by myself, yeah there were many eerie faces out there but I kept to myself other than to buy goodies. Even then I would come back and do a deposit so I wouldn't have much in pockets. When out there anytime I would wear a hat, mask and monotone clothing to attract the least attention. Nearby residents there eventually started seeing me in and out of the room once I would get in a daze, so I always watched what I carried. No one will care you're out there for girls but both cops and non cops still get suspicious of people walking around and around thinking you're out there to do something else. I was searched once by police while "browsing" and they let me go I had nothing on me although I was walking on clouds by that point.

    If you've never been, there's more girls in the streets than you can probably take on. I repeated a few of course there's always amazing ones and would ask them to go to my motel it was literally around the corner. Hotel wanted me to pay like 20 k extra to bring in someone so I did and once this girl came and we had just started and she was kicked out by one of the staff members. They recognized her and were causing a ruckus. Who knows what she had done in the past to them so I just said fuck it and let her leave. Every other time I bought in anyone it was cool just had to have the money. Everything is about money over there. But when going out, I wouldn't carry a ton of cash just what I needed for that day. I carried an old phone, got it unlocked before going and bought a chip arriving there no problems mostly used whatsapp and uber which was cheaper than the cabs.

    Girls were around 35-45 k for a qv and would really give you whatever you wanted.

    Well worth the trip even for a sick fuck like me, walking around in that maze of all the babes, purple powder and smoke one can handle.

  12. #9067
    Thanks for the heads up. I appreciate it. I'm quite concerned about what's going to happen in the next few days. All the repercussions of the holiday partying has started to take its toll.

    I agree Bogota is not in proper form at the moment. If you were in Bogota in early to mid December it wasn't actually that bad, but now, I'm not sure if its worth it. And with a possible lockdown, I'm thinking about other places in Colombia to escape to. Anyone got any suggestions? I heard monteria is nice. I also have found memories of bucaramanga.

    Quote Originally Posted by LatinaLover#1  [View Original Post]
    I'm friends with various Colombians, not just my novia and x novias but some Colombian business men who get their info at the source. I was relatively confidant the Airport would remain open because of the kickback from the banks and business community. BUT going back to the PCR requirement scares me because that is the first salvo at tourists and travelers. I'm 100% sure the lock downs and quarantines will continue to worsen and get more restrictive. When Lopez gets back from vacation, not sure when that is, I am sure the restrictions will increase in Bogota. I was in Bogota in December and it was a shadow of itself. So I won't be back anytime soon in the foreseeable future. I only hope the airport remains open so my girl can get out of Colombia in time to visit me here next week.

    Keep your eye on the hospitals, they are publicly saying they are 80% full, more accurately, based on some well informed sources who are saying it is very close or at the 100% capacity. That may be the straw that breaks the camels back. The neighborhoods that are closed down now, may become the entire country tomorrow. They did it once and they can do it again. If it was me, I'd get out of dodge now, don't wait.

  13. #9066

    Don't wait too long

    Quote Originally Posted by Kazeu  [View Original Post]
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ps4x3tvMKHg

    If this gets too bad, I may have to consider going somewhere else.
    I'm friends with various Colombians, not just my novia and x novias but some Colombian business men who get their info at the source. I was relatively confidant the Airport would remain open because of the kickback from the banks and business community. BUT going back to the PCR requirement scares me because that is the first salvo at tourists and travelers. I'm 100% sure the lock downs and quarantines will continue to worsen and get more restrictive. When Lopez gets back from vacation, not sure when that is, I am sure the restrictions will increase in Bogota. I was in Bogota in December and it was a shadow of itself. So I won't be back anytime soon in the foreseeable future. I only hope the airport remains open so my girl can get out of Colombia in time to visit me here next week.

    Keep your eye on the hospitals, they are publicly saying they are 80% full, more accurately, based on some well informed sources who are saying it is very close or at the 100% capacity. That may be the straw that breaks the camels back. The neighborhoods that are closed down now, may become the entire country tomorrow. They did it once and they can do it again. If it was me, I'd get out of dodge now, don't wait.

  14. #9065

    Talking about Locking down Chapinero and Kennedy

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ps4x3tvMKHg

    If this gets too bad, I may have to consider going somewhere else.

  15. #9064

    Lockdown

    Since no one has mentioned it, just want to let everyone know that 3 barrios / districts have started a strict quarantine today, to end on the 18th. The barrios effected are Usaquen, Suba and Engativa. I know a few chicas in these places and they are not happy about it.

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