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  1. #11931
    Quote Originally Posted by DonCarlos1234  [View Original Post]
    LOL so if you came to the desert SW in USA currently you will have over 100 F for probably 2-3 months. (no rain) Every time I go to Bog the people are sad about the cool weather and the rain. Bring a hair dryer if you need heat. The weather there is perfect.
    Well I hardly have a problem with the weather in Bogota when I am out and about. It is when I am inside trying to relax and I just have to sit there and freeze where the problem lies. In the American SW there is air conditioning to balance out the heat. In Bogota there is only jackets and blankets to mitigate the cold. But I have bought a small travel heater on Amazon to bring with me after all these years. I am from the American SE where it gets very hot as well, but, but come winter I am nowhere near the place because I hate cold.
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  2. #11930
    Quote Originally Posted by DonCarlos1234  [View Original Post]
    LOL so if you came to the desert SW in USA currently you will have over 100 F for probably 2-3 months. (no rain) Every time I go to Bog the people are sad about the cool weather and the rain. Bring a hair dryer if you need heat. The weather there is perfect.
    I worked for a year or so in a 3rd world country that got well over 10 m of rain a year. One day, during an incredible downpour, I ran for shelter under the awning of a guest house in town. There was another white man (very, very rare). He was dressed in a planter's hat, hawaiian shirt, shorts, knee socks and had a big camera around his neck. I asked him, "I'm guessing your a tourist? He affirmed that he was. I said, "You know this is the rainy season? He replied, "I'm from Southern California -- I come here every year for the rain!

  3. #11929

    Heater? Weather is awesome!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ggekko2009  [View Original Post]
    My friend who often work remotely in Bogota mentioned that he invested in one of those portable fan heater. Best investment ever according to him since it can heat up the room in an instance.

    I am really surprised the first time I was in Bogota that even a supposedly 5-star hotels here do not have central heat or even any heater whatsoever at all. You have to request for a portable heater to your room. WTF.

    Anyway, now, I always asked my AirBnb host if they have portable heaters in the unit. I am not definitely not sleeping in a cold cellar.

    I think Bogota is not exactly a popular mongering destination because of the weather.
    LOL so if you came to the desert SW in USA currently you will have over 100 F for probably 2-3 months. (no rain) Every time I go to Bog the people are sad about the cool weather and the rain. Bring a hair dryer if you need heat. The weather there is perfect.

  4. #11928

    Bogota surprise on SA / one in a million

    Quote Originally Posted by Ggekko2009  [View Original Post]
    Had a rendezvous with a new SA girl this evening. She wanted to meet in a coffee shop first before she would agree to come to my place. I found out that she had only ever done it once with a guy and is still nervous about meeting strangers. So I scheduled to meet her at one of the Asian restaurant called Wok in Zona T.

    When I saw her in person in front of the restaurant, I did not expect to see a blond haired girl with fair white skin wearing french hat, knee length leather suede boots and a trench coat. My first impression was, "Am I meeting a French girl in the middle of Bogota?" I was actually impressed. This girl is so fair, unlike the majority of Colombian girls, that she can be easily mistaken as Eastern European. I had been with many Eastern European girls before and so I kind of know, think FKK LOL.

    She was able to speak some English which is a real plus for me. Had a real blast chatting with her, with me frequently trying to mix-in my beginner's Spanish in, and also relying on my good old translator app when further nuances of the conversation is needed. Spend almost two hours chatting with her on what was intended to be a fast meet and greet, eat and then back to the apartment to fuck kind of experience. I certainly did not expect that.

    Anyway, I had a really great time with her, another very affectionate girl. One more thing, she was loud in bed. OMG, really loud. LOL. I am definitely going to see more of her the remainder of this trip.
    3 months ago I met an SA girl with perfect English skills. Listening to some old school music "La Vie en Rose" - with Louis Armstrong. . we danced and she started singing to me in French and says "Edith Pilaf is awesome". Turns out she also speaks Portuguese and French. Has mad skills in bed. And a Visa. This was a peak moment! Culture, Sex and smart... Guau.
    Last edited by DonCarlos1234; 06-30-22 at 19:47. Reason: spelling

  5. #11927
    Quote Originally Posted by Woodman09  [View Original Post]

    Had some King Schwarma. So good, the owner is Gabo-- Santa Fe is the first restaurant he still cooks there (see photo), he has 26 stands Now!!
    Love that guy! Gabo.

    Yummy Schwarma's too!

  6. #11926

    Wow, Ornella Muti LookaLike in Fiebre Late Wednesday Night

    I met up with a couple ISGers up by Bavaria Park which is about 6-7 blocks north of Calle 24 and the North Stroll.

    We walked down Caracas about 11 pm very quiet, some people out many security gaurds as always. I usually don't go that way but these guys were in one of the highrises there.

    In Santa Fe there was a light smattering of SGs -- There were definitely some hotgirls like this really cute flaquita I have been smashing.

    I sat down on the bench with her and we were talking a bit, She got all mad when I left, LOL, I got SGs yelling at me a lot. We checked the whole block was ok.

    Had some King Schwarma. So good, the owner is Gabo-- Santa Fe is the first restaurant he still cooks there (see photo), he has 26 stands Now!!

    We went to Troya there were like 13+ girls mostly average some nice-- The lights were out on the block so some places were closed. Atonis had candles going-.

    Paisa had power and we walked through was decent. We went into Fiebre which was better. I saw a girl named Angelica who looked just like Ornella Muti I would have banged her but I banged earlier so she is on my to-do list, LOL.

    My guests were impressed. I felt like it was a job well done.

  7. #11925
    Quote Originally Posted by BoycottLettuce  [View Original Post]
    Bought $25 BTC to sign up and PM Woodman for the tour. It's now $24.85 and it will take 9 days to allow to send, fml. Well, may just walk around this weekend with my Spanglish and explore. Thanks for all the tips: bring a light jacket, don't stay out alone late, and avoid the scopolamine.
    This is why bitcoin shouldn't be used as an everyday currency to make purchases. It's way to volatile for that. If the owners of ISG were smart they would instead use a stable coin like USDT or USDC for the membership fee and you wouldn't have had this problem.

  8. #11924
    Quote Originally Posted by FrankBills007  [View Original Post]
    Due to arrive tomorrow evening I get email the host cancelled my fking reservation wtf? I scramble to book another one earlier hopefully I won't have problems bringing guests. Supposedly it's ok with ID. Weather looks like crap hopefully chicks make it up. If anyone is around hit me up 1st time in Bogota.
    I think airbnb will help you out. Every booking I have made has some sort of guarentee that if the host cancels last minute they will help. That doesn't help you with the guest policy but take a look if you have not already.

  9. #11923
    Quote Originally Posted by BoycottLettuce  [View Original Post]
    Bought $25 BTC to sign up and PM Woodman for the tour. It's now $24.85 and it will take 9 days to allow to send, fml. Well, may just walk around this weekend with my Spanglish and explore. Thanks for all the tips: bring a light jacket, don't stay out alone late, and avoid the scopolamine.
    There are posts from earlier in the year about a bitcoin ATM in chapinero that you can get it done right away. If you are motivated enough you should be able to find it. Maybe search for bitcoin.

    Edit- i just re-read your post. Sounds like you might be in the states still. If so, look at rockitcoin. They had an atm in a gas station near me and i had my coins in like an hour. They had locations all over the country.

  10. #11922

    Heading out soon

    Bought $25 BTC to sign up and PM Woodman for the tour. It's now $24.85 and it will take 9 days to allow to send, fml. Well, may just walk around this weekend with my Spanglish and explore. Thanks for all the tips: bring a light jacket, don't stay out alone late, and avoid the scopolamine.

  11. #11921

    Wtf

    Due to arrive tomorrow evening I get email the host cancelled my fking reservation wtf? I scramble to book another one earlier hopefully I won't have problems bringing guests. Supposedly it's ok with ID. Weather looks like crap hopefully chicks make it up. If anyone is around hit me up 1st time in Bogota.

  12. #11920
    Quote Originally Posted by Ggekko2009  [View Original Post]
    Bogota is definitely a more cost effective option. I just spent a weekend at Cartagena and, pardon the pun, that place was seriously not worth the bang for the buck.
    I noticed that my first time in Cartagena. That place was super expensive. I was like what kind of Colombia is this. Since, I have only returned a couple of times doing day trips to Playa Blanca from Barranquilla. I had to brace myself when I went to San Andres thinking it would be along the lines of Cartagena. I was shocked to find the island was even way cheaper than Cartagena.

  13. #11919
    Quote Originally Posted by BearEmy84  [View Original Post]
    I fucking love the weather, but I think the girls are just a LOT hotter in medellin. Personal preference, I like the more latin looking ones than european in Bogota. For mongering, Bogota's a more cost effective option, I think. But if I'm using tinder, I'm going to go to MDE. Far from Poblando, though. Too many gringos there are driving the prices up really high.
    Bogota is definitely a more cost effective option. I just spent a weekend at Cartagena and, pardon the pun, that place was seriously not worth the bang for the buck.

  14. #11918

    Just 10 hours

    I am passing through Bogota and my flight arrives at 19:45. My flight out is at 07:00 the next morning. I am planning on getting a room at one of the airport hotels instead of wandering around an airport for 10 hours. Any chance I can convince a sweet little Colombiana to come and entertain me for a couple hours? If so, where might I start looking? Thanks.

  15. #11917
    Quote Originally Posted by Ggekko2009  [View Original Post]
    I have a feeling that I might not come back to Bogota for a while after this trip. Don't get me wrong, I like the girls here and it has pretty decent nightlife in Zona T. I get to know more about the characteristics of the girls here, on what they are open and adverse to etc. What I really don't like is the weather here. This has been my third trip since I first visited Bogota last December.

    Time to explore a different city, maybe a different city in a different country on my next trip.
    I fucking love the weather, but I think the girls are just a LOT hotter in medellin. Personal preference, I like the more latin looking ones than european in Bogota. For mongering, Bogota's a more cost effective option, I think. But if I'm using tinder, I'm going to go to MDE. Far from Poblando, though. Too many gringos there are driving the prices up really high.

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