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  1. #54862

    Accurate

    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    The cheapest phones are not to be found in the Monterey Mall as the starting prices for a basic smart phone are around 400,000 COP, and they will not have the lower end smart phones that can be found for as low as 250,000 COP in Centro.

    But for a truly cheap smart phone, buying a used smart stolen phone is an option, and is what many locals due.

    I don't condone buying stolen phones, yet there is quite a market for them, and can be quite a bargain starting at around 100,000 COP and up. So how do I know this, well one of my street urchins took me with them to buy one, and there are a bunch of vendors very close to the Hotel Nutibarra, directly underneath the overhead Metro tracks. The vendors will have foldable tables with an assortment of stolen phones for sale. I don't know how they get away with this, but they are there, and they will turn the phones on, and most of the phones have all the Whatsapp contacts and messages of the previous owners on them when you buy them. Some of the vendors also sell SIM cards, but don't sell the chargers.

    So the girl I was with paid 90,000 COP for a phone, 5,000 COP for the SIM card, and then went to a nearby store to buy a charger, and a weeks of data for the phone so spent less than 140,000 COP for the total set up.
    And if during a routine police stop they check your phone like they almost always do, they will take it from you when it is not registered right or stolen. What happens next I am not sure, but the chica I was with had to spend about 13 hours in jail, barefoot, on a cold wet concrete floor. Catgirl and I brought her pizza while she was in jail. If the phone belonged to a Gringo? I don't know, my feeling is they would not roust you, but depends on the day and the individual cop with whom you are engaged.

  2. #54861
    Quote Originally Posted by NeilGeorge  [View Original Post]
    Was at Loutron last week, 350 k was the damage. But there were 10-12 beautiful tall women parading in front of me and opening their white lab coats. Underneath was see through lingerie. Of the 12 girls, probably 6 had silicone and I prefer naturale. Some had tattoos, but most were very beautiful, ranging from 7 to 9 out of 10. Everyone should have this experience once in a lifetime. I selected a slim brunette with naturals and she did not disappoint; however she wanted to upcharge in the room for kissing, DATY and BBBJ. I politely declined, it still was worth the cost. The Loutron mansion in Las Palmas is a huge house with about 6 bedrooms and parking lot security man. In the center of the mansion, near the business desk are a couple of soft spots in the floor, try to find them when you pay, they need some solid floor support there. Otherwise a solid visit.
    Loutron / Fase Dos / La isle are nice but for that money I can fuck some woman and her 19 year old daughter at the same time in el centro and still have money left over.

  3. #54860

    The Cheapest Phones Are Stolen

    Quote Originally Posted by FunLuvr  [View Original Post]
    You should buy a cheap phone. Walk down Calle 10 to the bottom of the hill. Across the intersection, there is Monterrey Mall. It is primarily an electronics mall. You should be able to find some cheap phones there, and also providers to sell a sim card and register the phone. Take a copy of your passport with you (necessary for registering).
    The cheapest phones are not to be found in the Monterey Mall as the starting prices for a basic smart phone are around 400,000 COP, and they will not have the lower end smart phones that can be found for as low as 250,000 COP in Centro.

    But for a truly cheap smart phone, buying a used smart stolen phone is an option, and is what many locals due.

    I don't condone buying stolen phones, yet there is quite a market for them, and can be quite a bargain starting at around 100,000 COP and up. So how do I know this, well one of my street urchins took me with them to buy one, and there are a bunch of vendors very close to the Hotel Nutibarra, directly underneath the overhead Metro tracks. The vendors will have foldable tables with an assortment of stolen phones for sale. I don't know how they get away with this, but they are there, and they will turn the phones on, and most of the phones have all the Whatsapp contacts and messages of the previous owners on them when you buy them. Some of the vendors also sell SIM cards, but don't sell the chargers.

    So the girl I was with paid 90,000 COP for a phone, 5,000 COP for the SIM card, and then went to a nearby store to buy a charger, and a weeks of data for the phone so spent less than 140,000 COP for the total set up.

  4. #54859

    I wouldn't do Ground Zero at that time

    Quote Originally Posted by RamDavidson84  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for reply. I have never been to centro, but have to Medellin at least 4 times I think. So from 8-11 pm, how dangerous is Centro? I have read to never roll solo after dark there. Is it worth the risk? I obviously can wait a few hours for pussy, but if its not to risky I'll definitely check it out. How long does it take to get from Poblado to Centro around 8 pm?
    And I have a high risk tolerance.

    El Centro depends where you are but it's going to be dicey no matter where.

    Get to know El Centro in the daylight hours, then pick your spots.

    Ground Zero after dark is always a risk. I've done it many times, and worse, so do as I say and not as I do, as my mongering father used to say to me, usually when he was getting ready to hit me, jajaja.

    Photo: Pretty good body on this one, I would say, if you like them lithe. Face was a 6.314159265359 or pi.
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  5. #54858

    San Peter--Ladies at times, but not the Laureles Mansion

    Quote Originally Posted by BootyBandit84  [View Original Post]
    I was in San Peter two weeks ago. ........... and the only women I saw there were the bartenders. Not once did I see any girls hanging out looking for fun. Maybe it was just an off week but I doubt it because t was the same on my last trip. Great place, but not a place to pick up girls.
    During my stay at the San Peter from February through May, on an occasional weekend night the owner of the sports bar would announce Ladies Night on the curbside chalkboard out by the street.

    Those evenings, on my way in and out of the building, I saw from six to perhaps eight or ten chicas in the bar. Never bothered chatting any up myself, but I presume they were working girls and a few looked reasonably cute. But the sports bar is not a chica venue other nights, and, even on the rare Ladies Night, definitely not a scene remotely like the Mansion's.

  6. #54857
    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge  [View Original Post]
    There is a lower cost Centro style casa just next door to Energy. It is to the right of Energy if you are facing Energy. I don't remember if there is a bell or you have to knock but I do remember it takes a bit of time for them to answer the door.
    Somebody get the address to that place or a better description. I never knew it was there and would like to check it out.

  7. #54856
    Quote Originally Posted by PseudoGene  [View Original Post]
    "One thing guys need to mention more often at this forum is that San Peter now had a very busy, American-run bar right next to reception. SP is now as good as Hotel M."

    I never stayed at San Peter. But the presence of the bar seems interesting. Can I meet or pick up the chicas from there? Can anyone elaborate on that, please?
    The bar in San Peter is called Medellin Sports Bar and is full of Americans to talk to. This is not a pick up bar, but the bar tenders are all hot. You can sit and watch the girls come and go on the elevator. We need to figure out how to get the girls to stop by for a drink as they are leaving the elevators LOL.

  8. #54855
    Quote Originally Posted by RamDavidson84  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for reply. I have never been to centro, but have to Medellin at least 4 times I think. So from 8-11 pm, how dangerous is Centro? I have read to never roll solo after dark there. Is it worth the risk? How long does it take to get from Poblado to Centro around 8 pm?
    Well, Centro can be dangerous at night if you don't know where your going BUt the area where these clubs are is a very small area and busy, so you would have to be very unlucky for anything untoward to occur. You can walk between them all in 2-3 minutes along a quite busy street. You can taxi in from Poblado in 8-10 minutes, then taxi out again. Just stand by the doorman when you leave and look for a taxi, he will surely help if need be. I usually stay at Nutibara, and they are all easy walkign from there, even at 11 pm. That's why I like Centro. Everything is easy walking, and so many options. Day and night.

    The strip of bars on Walking Street are better late afternoon-early evening. I would say 8 pm is last orders down there. When you arriving? If you give me some warning, I will give you a guided tour. And I promise not to talk politics all night. Hehe.

  9. #54854

    Loutron much more expensive

    Quote Originally Posted by Mtndew704  [View Original Post]
    Luna Lunera is in Laureles, was 150 k / hour last time I was there.
    Was at Loutron last week, 350 k was the damage. But there were 10-12 beautiful tall women parading in front of me and opening their white lab coats. Underneath was see through lingerie. Of the 12 girls, probably 6 had silicone and I prefer naturale. Some had tattoos, but most were very beautiful, ranging from 7 to 9 out of 10. Everyone should have this experience once in a lifetime. I selected a slim brunette with naturals and she did not disappoint; however she wanted to upcharge in the room for kissing, DATY and BBBJ. I politely declined, it still was worth the cost. The Loutron mansion in Las Palmas is a huge house with about 6 bedrooms and parking lot security man. In the center of the mansion, near the business desk are a couple of soft spots in the floor, try to find them when you pay, they need some solid floor support there. Otherwise a solid visit.

  10. #54853
    Quote Originally Posted by MtbGuy07  [View Original Post]
    I'm wondering about buying a 'throw away'/ prepaid phone while down there so I don't have to worry about carrying around my new expensive smartphone around. I imagine there are stores that sell them. Anyone know of any? Thanks again for all the info!
    You should buy a cheap phone. Walk down Calle 10 to the bottom of the hill. Across the intersection, there is Monterrey Mall. It is primarily an electronics mall. You should be able to find some cheap phones there, and also providers to sell a sim card and register the phone. Take a copy of your passport with you (necessary for registering).

  11. #54852

    Hair worth 250 mil COP on the open market here

    If she cuts it to shoulder length, which is her plan, she can sell her hair for 250 mil COP. To buy it on the other end costs over one million, another 200.000 to have it installed. You can buy the fake, polyester hair for one-third the price. Obviously, there is no comparison between the real hair and the fake shit sheds like crazy. The human hair is so prized that my Numero Uno Novia was attacked and they ripped the human hair extensions out of her head. I don't know how, but a couple of weeks later, she got her hair back.

    I promised to see the chica in these fotos twice a week at Fair Market Value if she didn't cut it until after I left. So far so good.

    Her ass crack looks dirty but it's just pigmented or stained. She wouldn't let me go near her ass when I first had her, now she asks for it. That and foot massages.
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  12. #54851
    Quote Originally Posted by Plan77  [View Original Post]
    ... I found many guys selling sims on CR 70 next to SP but they can not recharge. ...
    Actually, they will point you the place to recharge probably just across the street. The SIM is 5 K from them. Or just go to the Ganas store show them the SIM you just bought to recharge. This process although easy but maybe a little more complicated for the first timer. That is why I asked your method.

    My comment about getting money is because you seem to not have the flexibility with how you can get COP from your post

  13. #54850
    Quote Originally Posted by PseudoGene  [View Original Post]
    "One thing guys need to mention more often at this forum is that San Peter now had a very busy, American-run bar right next to reception. SP is now as good as Hotel M."

    I never stayed at San Peter. But the presence of the bar seems interesting. Can I meet or pick up the chicas from there? Can anyone elaborate on that, please?
    I was in San Peter two weeks ago. Yes the bar is nice and the food is good. The owner is a great guy and its overall a fun hangout place if you want to be around some fellow Americans. With that said, I was there 4 or five nights over my stay and the only women I saw there were the bartenders. Not once did I see any girls hanging out looking for fun. Maybe it was just an off week but I doubt it because t was the same on my last trip. Great place, but not a place to pick up girls.

  14. #54849
    Quote Originally Posted by Nounce  [View Original Post]
    Maybe you can share info how you get the sim card to help others. Most people just withdraw COP from ATM.
    Exchanging money and getting sim is easy actually. Take a 5 K taxi ride from SP to Unicentro Mall. The claro store is right in front. One has to pay 7 K for the sim to a guy who will set it up. Recharge is another 7 K, paid to cashier. Takes 10 minutes or so overall. I found many guys selling sims on CR 70 next to SP but they can not recharge. There is a valucell shop across SP on cr 70 but it opens a bit late and closes before 8 PM.

    Plenty of cambios to change money on 2nd floor. But obviously it is better to just with draw from ATM. There is a cambio near SP, towards estadio on CR 70. Just next to subway restaurant.

  15. #54848
    Quote Originally Posted by Plan77  [View Original Post]
    ... The problem was that I could not walk to unicentro mall without a working phone. And I could not order uber because of no wifi.
    Maybe you can share info how you get the sim card to help others. Most people just withdraw COP from ATM.

    Like Mr E mentioned, I don't remember being able to get early check-in. I personally will drop my luggage and walk or take Metro to Plaza Botero to spend the day there just sightseeing. There is a WOM store with staff speaking English next to the white church that you can get a SIM card from as well. You probably can even pay by card. Card is also accepted by the outdoor museum cafe.

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