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  1. #5739
    Back in Bogota. Got in late and called and Uber. Uber at the airport is more ridiculous every time I come here. The driver gave me the run around of where to met him. Tried calling me through WhatsApp to tell me it's dangerous to pick me up because of the taxi and police. I told him then don't come pick me up cancel and he came to his senses. Then he couldn't find the Airbnb where I'm staying. Just lost time messing him. Oh well.

    I'm staying in a studio within a 2-3 minute walk to sante Fe. So I put my bags down and freshen up. Walk down there and was disappointed. Went into all the clubs it was dead with minimal talent. It was 1 am. Fiebre and Troya usually always having hotness but not today. There were about 3 girls that had my interest and one of them wanted to charge me 300 k for 30 minutes because she said my dick was too big. Code for I don't really want to but if you over pay me I will. The other two were off the clock and getting in a cab. So, sadly I came away empty handed. I blame the Uber driver for my misfortune LOL. Tommorow is a new day I will slay.

  2. #5738
    Quote Originally Posted by Blade2000  [View Original Post]
    I thought I'd try my luck with an escort site and went with http://www.mujeresbogota.com. The girl on the site was a 10 but the girl that showed up was a 6 at best, no way she ever looked like what was in the picture. Classic bait and switch. Service was pretty bad too and now my sheets smell like her. She could see I was enjoying it and asked if I wanted her to leave after about 20 minutes and I said yes. I'm guessing 100% of the pictures on that site are fakes. The escort sites know there's nothing we can do about getting ripped off so they have nothing to lose.

    I did pull a couple escorts last year and one was not close as good as her online profile, but the second one had accurate pics and gave good service. I think both were from photoprepagos. I'm done with escorts this trip as I also wasted time waiting for the escort service to contact me and waiting for her.

    Yesterday in Santa Fe was great though. Pulled multiple girls and all were good sessions. Plan to repeat tonight.
    What else can you tell us about Santa Fe and who you pulled there, what you paid, take-home or dine-in? Etc etc? Thanks!

  3. #5737

    Altitude Sickness and the Bogota Climate.

    Quote Originally Posted by Xpartan  [View Original Post]
    Am I understanding correctly that Saturday and Sunday are going to be dead in Santa Fe and elsewhere due to the dry law?

    Arrived in Bogota yesterday. Guys, soroche hit hard.

    BTW, no one here knows what "soroche" is. Must be a Peruvian thing. Here they call it mal de altura, if I'm not confusing anything.

    It hit me differently than Cuzco. In Cuzco I had a severe shortness of breath and headaches for the first day, but the next day I was fine. In Bogota, I didn't feel anything at first. Then I had a beer. My heart began pounding.
    Sorry to hear about your problem with altitude sickness. I might be going to Bogota as early as Labor Day, and I am naturally concerned how altitude sickness can mess up my trip. However, I am thinking some of us might not have an issue with it. I spent a few nights in Mexico City with no problems. I just found out its up at 7300 feet, something I had not known before. I have also been to Taos, NM (7000 feet) numerous times without an issue other than a shortness of breath when walking up some steep stairs. I wonder what that extra 1500 feet in Bogota will do to me.

    One source I found online states that "in Bogota only a small number of people suffer from altitude sickness after their ascent into the city the likelihood is increased with a rapid ascent to a high altitude. Many people don't suffer, especially when arriving by plane as they land from a higher altitude. " Hmmm, arriving by plane. Apparently diet can be an issue, too - "Eating leafy greens can help to prevent altitude sickness due to their high levels of salicylic acid. These acids act as an anti-inflammatory and can help thin the blood, allowing the oxygenated blood to travel to all corners of the body. Taking on carbohydrates can prevent altitude sickness as their digestion helps to generate glycolysis (carbohydrate storage), which releases energy at a faster rate. " So eat your salad! Though as I recall from my visit to Medellin, avoiding carbs when eating out is the real problem in Colombia. A veteran traveler and tour guide had this to say "A better cure is a sweet herbal infusions or aromatica as it is called locally. Some swear by coca tea, but actually any warm sugary fluid will pick you up as it is the glucose which alleviates the symptoms. I found Coca Cola, long recognized as the best hangover cure, is almost miraculous for altitude with its rich mix of caffeine and sugar. " Note to self, indulge in Coca Cola. The whole article is here:

    https://thecitypaperbogota.com/bogot...-problem/12962

    Now would someone try and clarify the climate in Bogota? What I read are a lot of contradictions. I keep seeing Bogota referred to as "cold" or chilly" (including the article above), with highs in the mid-60's and lows in the upper 40's year around. Though I come from a warm climate with a hot summer, I don't find that to be "cold". In fact, by Labor Day, 50 degrees Fahrenheit will sound great. I also understand that Bogota can be damp or foggy, and we know how humidity enhances the cold. Yet other travel related sources refer to it as being dry due to its altitude, admonishing the visitor to hydrate by drinking more water. I visualize wearing a light jacket or a blazer, long sleeve shirt with jeans and regular leather shoes. But, when I look around Bogota using Google Street View, I see a lot of guys in their shirtsleeves. I curious what those who have visited have to say about that.

  4. #5736
    Quote Originally Posted by Tss12  [View Original Post]
    Blade and Koslord.

    Where are you 2 staying? I might end up going back to Bogota tomorrow. Something about the food here in Medellin is not agreeing with me.
    I think bland food is the national cuisine, isn't it?

  5. #5735
    Blade and Koslord.

    Where are you 2 staying? I might end up going back to Bogota tomorrow. Something about the food here in Medellin is not agreeing with me.

  6. #5734

    Possible Idea.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kooper  [View Original Post]
    One reason I definitely was using the escorts like crazy to come to my place when I went!! Hopefully you got your hands on some ibuprofen as that can take the edge off a bit. And one of the most helpful is no walking basically and limited moving, but sounds like you were venturing out which didn't help (I did the same).
    Hope you made out alright but possible you finally felt a bit better right as you're leaving or once you land at your next destination. Bummer.
    I've gone to Medellin a couple of times with absolutely no side effects. The altitude there is 4,900 feet. Bogota is 8,700 feet. Perhaps a good idea is to start by going to Medellin for a few days to a week, which will allow your body to acclimate to 5,000 ft and then go to Bogota. By then the adjustment from 5,000 to 8,700 feet may not be as debilitating and you may surmount it in a day or two. I'm just throwing out an idea.

  7. #5733

    Altitude

    Quote Originally Posted by Xpartan  [View Original Post]
    Am I understanding correctly that Saturday and Sunday are going to be dead in Santa Fe and elsewhere due to the dry law?

    Arrived in Bogota yesterday. Guys, soroche hit hard.

    BTW, no one here knows what "soroche" is. Must be a Peruvian thing. Here they call it mal de altura, if I'm not confusing anything.

    It hit me differently than Cuzco. In Cuzco I had a severe shortness of breath and headaches for the first day, but the next day I was fine. In Bogota, I didn't feel anything at first. Then I had a beer. My heart began pounding. Then I went slightly uphill back to my hotel. It was a short one-block walk, but I felt exhausted. Got in the room, lay down for 15 minutes. My heart rate kept pounding. Accompanied by a headache and bad pressure around my temples.

    The coco leaves tea did nothing for me.

    Decided to take it easy and found a tantra massage called Mantra. $140 for (supposedly 1 hour 20 minutes. Had a very nice massage with a nice tantra-like finish, done by a girl called Carolina. Nice girl and not a bad finish, but I had much better in Siem Reap and Hamburg of all places. The receptionist never bothered to give me a change from 150.

    Thought I'd call it a night expecting to wake up relaxed and recharged. No such luck. Today did some touristy things in Candelaria and Monseratte. Every step uphill was a challenge. Got back to the hotel, had a couple of drinks. As I'm writing this, lying in my bed, my heart is making 130 a minute. It's clear to me that I'm not capable of drinking or making any physical exercises tonight. Am I fucked or what? What if this persists for all 5 days I'm here?

    Should I ask a girl to do all the work for me, LOL?
    One reason I definitely was using the escorts like crazy to come to my place when I went!! Hopefully you got your hands on some ibuprofen as that can take the edge off a bit. And one of the most helpful is no walking basically and limited moving, but sounds like you were venturing out which didn't help (I did the same).

    Hope you made out alright but possible you finally felt a bit better right as you're leaving or once you land at your next destination. Bummer.

  8. #5732
    Quote Originally Posted by Blade2000  [View Original Post]
    Hey Koslord,

    I spent too much time looking through escort sites that by the time I called them, none of the ones I was interested were available. Routard posted a nearly endless list and I looked through every one. Sunday was a wasted day as far as mongering but I made up for it today. Plenty of hot girls at Atunes and Fiebres. Seems like the price went up a little at the clubs where it's now 70 K COP for 20 minutes. The girls on the street charge 50 K for same amount of time. The hottest girl at Fiebras is currently a blond Venezuelan. Talked to her but didn't pull her since nothing of what I like was on the menu..
    Great information. I can't wait to hit up one of those spots. What was the exit fee?

  9. #5731

    Bait and Switch.

    Quote Originally Posted by Koslord  [View Original Post]
    How did the escort sites turn out? Which did you use and how much? Reports reports. Did you try the normal classified ads. In one of the forums has a link to them (I forget where). Tons of girls for cheap and they made it nice and easy to search for just your type. I fly in Wednesday and if I'm not sick, I'd be down to hang out.
    I thought I'd try my luck with an escort site and went with http://www.mujeresbogota.com. The girl on the site was a 10 but the girl that showed up was a 6 at best, no way she ever looked like what was in the picture. Classic bait and switch. Service was pretty bad too and now my sheets smell like her. She could see I was enjoying it and asked if I wanted her to leave after about 20 minutes and I said yes. I'm guessing 100% of the pictures on that site are fakes. The escort sites know there's nothing we can do about getting ripped off so they have nothing to lose.

    I did pull a couple escorts last year and one was not close as good as her online profile, but the second one had accurate pics and gave good service. I think both were from photoprepagos. I'm done with escorts this trip as I also wasted time waiting for the escort service to contact me and waiting for her.

    Yesterday in Santa Fe was great though. Pulled multiple girls and all were good sessions. Plan to repeat tonight.

  10. #5730
    Quote Originally Posted by Koslord  [View Original Post]
    How did the escort sites turn out? Which did you use and how much? Reports reports. Did you try the normal classified ads. In one of the forums has a link to them (I forget where). Tons of girls for cheap and they made it nice and easy to search for just your type. I fly in Wednesday and if I'm not sick, I'd be down to hang out.
    Hey Koslord,

    I spent too much time looking through escort sites that by the time I called them, none of the ones I was interested were available. Routard posted a nearly endless list and I looked through every one. Sunday was a wasted day as far as mongering but I made up for it today. Plenty of hot girls at Atunes and Fiebres. Seems like the price went up a little at the clubs where it's now 70 K COP for 20 minutes. The girls on the street charge 50 K for same amount of time. The hottest girl at Fiebras is currently a blond Venezuelan. Talked to her but didn't pull her since nothing of what I like was on the menu.

    http://serviciosprepagos.com/

    http://www.amantesdeldeseo.com/

    http://www.amapolas.net/

    http://www.avispitas.com

    http://www.colombianitasbellas.com/home.htm

    http://eroticasbogota.com/

    www.eroticservicesbogota.com

    http://solitasparati.com/9/

    http://escortsincolombia.com/

    http://escortsbogota.com.co/

    http://www.angeleslatinasescort.com

    http://www.amadax.co

    http://www.prepagosbogota.com

    www.class-models.com

    http://www.mujeresbogota.com

    http://www.prepagos1000.co/prepagos-bogota-escorts-vip

    One escort site peaked my interest but seems to good to be true. It's the one called.

    http://www.colombianitasbellas.com/scort.htm

    They seem to have some very hot women at pretty low prices.

    On there translated site it reads.

    "Striptease show, oral massage and relationships. Other services with additional cost."
    Which makes me skeptical. If any one has used that site please fill us in.

    As far as flights are concerned, I think I tried with both LATAM and Avianca, and was getting the $100 each way price.

    For the first couple days here before I got a SIM card and internet connection, I was getting screwed over by the taxis. They were charging me two to three times the uber price. Definitely use uber when your here.

    With uber, it costs about 12 K COP to get from the north end of Bogota to the South. That's about US $4 to cross the whole city. I almost feel guilty paying so little. Another way to save money is to bring your clothes to nearby laundry mat. They quoted only about 8 K COP for a half bag of clothes. Contrast that to the hotel cleaning prices where a single shirt can cost more than that.

  11. #5729
    Blade I'm already in Medellin. It's pretty much dead today but my Uber driver is hooking me up. I'll be back on Sunday if you are still there. There's got to be a way to contact since we can't buy a subscription.

    Thanks.

  12. #5728
    Quote Originally Posted by Blade2000  [View Original Post]
    Was at Santa Fe Red light district last night (Saturday) but all clubs were closed due to alcohol ban for presidential election. This sucks. Looks like it won't be lifted until Monday Morning so I'm out of luck for today. There were a few girls working the hotel lobbys in the area but nothing to look at. I got a session with the only doable girl there (7 maybe). She lied about services she offered to get me in for 50 K COP, but didn't deliver in the room. Better than nothing though. I guess the only option for today will be to go through the escort sites.

    I'll have a whatsapp number later today if anyone want's to hang out.
    How did the escort sites turn out? Which did you use and how much? Reports reports. Did you try the normal classified ads. In one of the forums has a link to them (I forget where). Tons of girls for cheap and they made it nice and easy to search for just your type. I fly in Wednesday and if I'm not sick, I'd be down to hang out.

  13. #5727

    Comfort.

    Quote Originally Posted by JjBee62  [View Original Post]
    If you hit the right day and time it's possible to get a BOG to MDE or vice versa, for 30 k on Viva Colombia. However, that price is usually a last minute offer. Avianca is definitely more comfortable.
    Not to worried about comfort on an hour flight.

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  15. #5725

    No so.

    Prices on Avianca are 100.00+ US and on Viva 25.00+.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    You could do the same on Avianca.

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