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  1. #38688
    November 1st was the new date announced a week ago for tourist to visit although this can and will probably change. There were no details given on what the conditions are (cuarentena, virus testing, countries allowed). Long shot of returning in 2020 as the virus cases keep increasing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    Luminus, one of my chicas told me the same thing today about Barranquilla.
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  2. #38687
    Medellin Guru is wrong, again. Check the Minister of Tourism's confirmation that El Dorado will operate a pilot flight September 1. It will be domestic.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    Surfer, according to a report that Medellin guru had up, Bogota has not even applied to open its airport whereas the airports in most other parts of the country (Medellin, Cali, Barranquilla, Cartagena) had applied to be open to international travel on September 1.

    The article MG linked also said there were quarantines in effect before the air travel shutdown, and the article indicated a high likelihood they would return.

    As I have said many times before, the decision to open up is political. If you have a virus spreading domestically in force already, there is no point in banning travel. The issue for the president is if he opens up the airports and the number of cases explodes, he will get accused of screwing up. The only way around this then is to open up slowly, and I think that is what he is going to do.

  3. #38686
    It has not been about citizenship. The restrictions have been about travel country of travel origin. People who are in the United States are likely to be restricted regardless of their nationality. Colombian nationality has been the only exception so far.

    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    The two issues that the board members on the ground cannot predict will occur is whether the USA will be banned entry, and / or whether a 14 day quarantine will be in effect if the Country re-opens to International travel on September 1.

    According to an article in the Bogota Post yesterday, decisions will be made supposedly in the next few weeks whether to re-open El Dorado airport on Sept 1 for limited flights to resume, and Avianca has been gearing up for this.

    I'm not holding my breath that un-restricted travel into Colombia for USA citizens is going to occur on September 1.

  4. #38685
    Quote Originally Posted by Luminus  [View Original Post]
    From what I have read and seen on social media (not the most accurate), Bogota is relaxing it's city restrictions on Friday the 14th. Medellin is only opening air travel within the country on September 1st, International tourist travel is slated for November 1st. This is just what I have heard and as well all know things can change daily.
    Luminus, one of my chicas told me the same thing today about Barranquilla.

  5. #38684

    Both

    Quote Originally Posted by Kafka  [View Original Post]
    I guess we are just not as smart as you are or maybe you are just an asshole. Take your pick.
    Both. Desperate mongers got to stop repeating the exact same discussions every other minute. Nobody is visiting Colombia from the US in 2020.

  6. #38683

    Diversionary Tactics

    Since it looks like this thread is being steered (again) towards a discussion that's already going on in at least 2 other threads, here's something that is at least peripherally related to the purpose of this thread.

    A few days ago one of the girls I've been in contact with asked me to send her a video. Not the video you might expect a girl to ask for, although very few ask for that video. She wanted me to send her a video she had sent me.

    Some background information:

    Her best friend is a true submissive. She wants to be dominated and for whatever reason, she wants me to be the one who dominates her. Mostly that consists of giving her things to do in the videos she sends me every few days. It's gotten a bit difficult because she is sending about 1 hour worth of video every week (No. I'm not willing to trade or sell).

    A few weeks back, when she sent a picture (G-Rated) of her with a friend I gave her a suggestion, have her friend watch her masturbate while making the videos. I didn't expect her to ask her best friend, who I'd also talked with. My impression was that her best friend was a bit of a goody two shoes. I was wrong.

    Her best friend suggested they make a lesbian video for me, for a price. Negotiations began and an agreement was reached. After which the surprises continued. I figured they would meet at the best friend's house and make the video. Instead they found an open love motel (many are closed) and went there.

    According to both of them, and take this however you want, neither had ever sent nude videos before they began sending them to me. Of course, the best friend didn't send me any nude videos before the lesbian video. They also claimed they had never played around together. That part I definitely believe, because there's a certain awkwardness in the video. These are also not your typical barrio working girls. Both are middle class, educated and employed.

    In one segment of the video the best friend is watching the submissive masturbate, while she's also masturbating. Both are nude and the look on her face is incredible. She's clearly very excited watching. That's the video she wanted me to send, because after sending everything to me, she deleted it from her phone.

    Basically, she's getting off watching a video she made of her watching her best friend masturbate.

    Turns out, the one I thought was the most boring is the one who is the most interesting. Will it translate into hooking up when I get back to Medellin? Who knows? For now it's a fun diversion.
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  7. #38682
    Quote Originally Posted by JustIncognito  [View Original Post]
    There will be no US tourism to Colombia in 2020. How can people not have this figured out yet? Sheesh.
    I guess we are just not as smart as you are or maybe you are just an asshole. Take your pick.

  8. #38681
    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    The two issues that the board members on the ground cannot predict will occur is whether the USA will be banned entry, and / or whether a 14 day quarantine will be in effect if the Country re-opens to International travel on September 1.

    According to an article in the Bogota Post yesterday, decisions will be made supposedly in the next few weeks whether to re-open El Dorado airport on Sept 1 for limited flights to resume, and Avianca has been gearing up for this.

    I'm not holding my breath that un-restricted travel into Colombia for USA citizens is going to occur on September 1.
    Surfer, according to a report that Medellin guru had up, Bogota has not even applied to open its airport whereas the airports in most other parts of the country (Medellin, Cali, Barranquilla, Cartagena) had applied to be open to international travel on September 1.

    The article MG linked also said there were quarantines in effect before the air travel shutdown, and the article indicated a high likelihood they would return.

    As I have said many times before, the decision to open up is political. If you have a virus spreading domestically in force already, there is no point in banning travel. The issue for the president is if he opens up the airports and the number of cases explodes, he will get accused of screwing up. The only way around this then is to open up slowly, and I think that is what he is going to do.

  9. #38680

    My update

    The reopening of international flights will begin in Colombia on September 1, as planned by the Government. However, not until November 2020 will there be a more normalization of international flights in the country for "tourism and visitors".

    Quote Originally Posted by Blakman  [View Original Post]
    International travel will be allowed with restrictions such as prior testing and quarantine follow ups. But then common sense says this info would have been provided already if travel would start September the 1st. I guess that's why I chose to book with american airline. Easier to use voucher elsewhere.

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  10. #38679

    Surfer i biasly want to choose your response as on point

    International travel will be allowed with restrictions such as prior testing and quarantine follow ups. But then common sense says this info would have been provided already if travel would start September the 1st. I guess that's why I chose to book with american airline. Easier to use voucher elsewhere.

    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    The two issues that the board members on the ground cannot predict will occur is whether the USA will be banned entry, and / or whether a 14 day quarantine will be in effect if the Country re-opens to International travel on September 1.

    According to an article in the Bogota Post yesterday, decisions will be made supposedly in the next few weeks whether to re-open El Dorado airport on Sept 1 for limited flights to resume, and Avianca has been gearing up for this.

    I'm not holding my breath that un-restricted travel into Colombia for USA citizens is going to occur on September 1.
    .

  11. #38678
    From what I have read and seen on social media (not the most accurate), Bogota is relaxing it's city restrictions on Friday the 14th. Medellin is only opening air travel within the country on September 1st, International tourist travel is slated for November 1st. This is just what I have heard and as well all know things can change daily.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blakman  [View Original Post]
    News of virus Increase in Medellin.

    Could there be an extension with international ban. What actions do guys currently in Colombia think will happen come September 1st.

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  12. #38677

    The virus dictates the time

    Quote Originally Posted by Blakman  [View Original Post]
    News of virus Increase in Medellin.

    Could there be an extension with international ban. What actions do guys currently in Colombia think will happen come September 1st..
    There will be no US tourism to Colombia in 2020. How can people not have this figured out yet? Sheesh.

  13. #38676

    Debbie Downer Here

    Quote Originally Posted by Blakman  [View Original Post]
    News of virus Increase in Medellin.

    Could there be an extension with international ban. What actions do guys currently in Colombia think will happen come September 1st..
    The two issues that the board members on the ground cannot predict will occur is whether the USA will be banned entry, and / or whether a 14 day quarantine will be in effect if the Country re-opens to International travel on September 1.

    According to an article in the Bogota Post yesterday, decisions will be made supposedly in the next few weeks whether to re-open El Dorado airport on Sept 1 for limited flights to resume, and Avianca has been gearing up for this.

    I'm not holding my breath that un-restricted travel into Colombia for USA citizens is going to occur on September 1.

  14. #38675
    Yes a travel ban extension may or may not happen. No guys in Colombia don't know any more about the probability than anyone else.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blakman  [View Original Post]
    News of virus Increase in Medellin.

    Could there be an extension with international ban. What actions do guys currently in Colombia think will happen come September 1st..

  15. #38674

    THANKS GUYS San Peter's response

    News of virus Increase in Medellin.

    Could there be an extension with international ban. What actions do guys currently in Colombia think will happen come September 1st.

    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyNuts  [View Original Post]
    They vary greatly Blakman. I'd recommend to anyone to pay the little extra (probably ten bucks per night) and request the nicest unit available. But that's just me. Only place I've rented in Medellin that wants dollars instead of pesos. So bring green cash not credit cards.
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    Last edited by Blakman; Yesterday at 11:32. Reason: Grammar

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