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  1. #39760
    Quote Originally Posted by Lugnut  [View Original Post]
    On that note, about safety, I was robbed recently. In El Poblado, at 3 pm, on Calle 10 as I was walking to Exito Wow. A guy walking the other way on the sidewalk came at me super aggressively with a big knife. It was all over in seconds. And I was even wearing pants!

    So I guess I'm saying, keep your wits about you. And minimize loss. Don't carry anything or card etc that you do not absolutely need. If you are out with a phone, make sure it is a local burner phone.
    How recent?

  2. #39759
    Quote Originally Posted by MojoBandit  [View Original Post]
    El Poblado, Laureles, Envigado
    Noted.

    Quote Originally Posted by MojoBandit  [View Original Post]
    Cabify is a usable app for rides, Didi, EasyTaxi, are others
    Great, really helpful.

    Quote Originally Posted by MojoBandit  [View Original Post]
    - Can I buy a local SIM card?
    I read I can get one directly at the airport airport. Can you confirm?

    Quote Originally Posted by MojoBandit  [View Original Post]
    Prices vary everywhere but a tinder chick is definitely going to ask for more money.
    I do not currently have Tinder. I might install it when I'm there and I have a local number. Are the Tinder chicks more attractive than the ones I can see on Prepagos? I have seen a few threads on Facebook, but I don't have that either, neither I intend to register.

    Quote Originally Posted by MojoBandit  [View Original Post]
    Always try to negotiate everywhere
    Noted.

    Quote Originally Posted by MojoBandit  [View Original Post]
    Some do, some do not - negotiate for these things beforehand - when she agrees to the things - keep the Whatsapp conversation handy to remind her (yes you need Whatsapp when in Colombia)
    Good advise, thanks.

  3. #39758
    Quote Originally Posted by Lugnut  [View Original Post]
    On that note, about safety, I was robbed recently. In El Poblado, at 3 pm, on Calle 10 as I was walking to Exito Wow. A guy walking the other way on the sidewalk came at me super aggressively with a big knife. It was all over in seconds. And I was even wearing pants!

    So I guess I'm saying, keep your wits about you. And minimize loss. Don't carry anything or card etc that you do not absolutely need. If you are out with a phone, make sure it is a local burner phone.
    I'm going to buy a $50 Android phone, and I will use that one when I'm around. And I will not exchange money in advance. With my debit card I can get money from the ATM with no expenses. I will carry with me what is strictly necessary. But what about the debit card? Did they take it or they are looking for cash? Because honestly I can block it in a minute, so they can't use it, not even once. But if they take it, then is going to be a problem, because with the others I have, I will have to pay commissions.

    If the guy is only one, with a knife, unless he is Bolt, there is no fuckin way he is going to get a penny from me, because I run too fast for the average people. If he has a gun, or he is with other fellas, then they can take what he wants. But if he is alone with a knife, at 3 PM, unless the knife is on me, if he just threatening me from a distance, like he did with you, then I will run away so fast that he will have to try with someone else. He will not even bother to chase me. These people always go for the easiest targets.

    And you know what is funny? I have been robbed by the Hungarian police once. Yes, you heard it, they literally robbed me over 20 years ago. And I mean it, the police robbed me, not a single guy, 4 of them. They took my passport and they asked me money to have it back. And immediately after I left the country, and I will never go back.

  4. #39757

    Non-Pros

    Hey Tall Man, thanks for all the great advice here; one question, what's your advice on finding non-pros in Medellin?

  5. #39756

    Agree with Turgid, Chicas are Not Stupid

    Quote Originally Posted by SpiderRider  [View Original Post]
    Sorry, many of them are. Very much so.
    Your backpedaling a little. To say "many" chicas are stupid is pointless. It's called a bell curve. There are "stupid" ones as you like to put it, average and smart. If your girls are disproportionately stupid then it's your selection process. One of my faves is a masters student in psychology, speaks English, competitive in-line skate racer (Colombian women are the best in the world at this) so ass and legs to die for. You would know if you had her, she is one of those "Asian" looking Columbianas, a "9" face and body, and when she speaks English about every 5th word is "fuck" Jajajajaja She is worth a look, let's see if I can post my first photos ever here. . . .
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  6. #39755

    Clear some confusion please

    Recent arrivals: when entering Airports to head to Colombia and at MDE. Did they require a PCR test "administered" and "results" in 96 hours or was it just results from the actual test in 96 hours. Example you have a Wednesday flight. You got tested Friday. Results came Tuesday. Friday was obviously over 96 hours ago but the results came in the window. I have a Wednesday flight. Most facilities send out the samples the next business day morning. So Monday it gets sent off. Result might not be back until Wednesday. 48 hours. That's too late as flight times normally are early. If I got tested Monday. I'd be still possibly miss the mark. Looks like Wednesday is a bad day to fly there if the test has to be administered within 96 hours.

  7. #39754
    Haha now that's hilarious. Stash unscathed! Perfect example of hiding places. I "think" it was tall man or someone wise like that that told me in my newbie days you got to have meat on the bones when walking the streets. Give them something to steal. Say, in that rate unnormal occasion you find yourself at nice point in a dark alley and this desperate man is shaking you down (or a policia) happens to me BTW. Give them something to deescalate the situation. A crook walking away empty handed when he catches you vulnerable is less likely to harm you once he has "something to show for his robbing effort" . Otherwise his frustration could escalate. I keep a preloaded debit card (not my bank card) with minimal cash on it ($100) in my sock under my foot. Not around my ankle. Right between my foot and shoe. It's for emergency purposes. Lost cash, unexpected bar tab, etcetc. I only carry the amount I intend to spend in my pocket. And in 2 places. My main pocket and the rest in my ankle. This way if you get shook down, I can say here take it all. And even the "stash" in my ankle. This way he feels you coughed it all up!! It's coins anyway but I have a flight to catch in a few days. In Colombia put your pride to the side. Be a tough guy at home in your stomping grounds. You'll probably never even get close to being stuck up here in the touristy areas but "if you do" be a step ahead.

    Quote Originally Posted by JustIncognito  [View Original Post]
    Leave out the cheap stuff. She snagged a lighter--that's it-there is no 2nd time.

    Also, I don't see anyone mentioning the safe in the room. I think the safe is a good spot to hide stuff, NO?

    In most places-hotels especially--there is at least one recessed light that is pushed into the ceiling. Stand on a chair or the be, use a knife from the kitchen to pull the light out and you will have a nice storage spot in the ceiling of the building. Nobody taking anything from there-nobody trying or thinking about it. LOL.

    I stashed a bong lighter weed and 75 kcop in the ceiling of a hotel about 5 years ago. I requested the same room when I came back, but didn't get it. Finally 2 years later I got the room. And there was my stash! Right where I left it 2 years earlier in the ceiling. Light bulb was probably changed but they never actually looked up in there when they took it out to change it- no need to take the whole assembly out of the ceiling. The 75 kcop came in handy-I ordered in food since I arrived late at night and was all set for the 1st night without needing a money exchange or putting something on a card.

  8. #39753
    Look at my past post. I wrote a whole play by play on this. Very exact and detailed. I'm at like 4000 friends. Half regular girls half working. And a few that titter totter between. All women, all in Medellin. No I won't accept your friend request LOL I explain why in the write up. Good luck.

    Quote Originally Posted by Forever18  [View Original Post]
    Can someone explains to me how to find Facebook girl? Is it through Facebook dating or Facebook group? How likely do they speak English and how do you know they are DTF for cash?

  9. #39752
    Whaaa! I deleted some messages, but alas no mail from any of you. So sad. I want good news!

    Quote Originally Posted by MojoBandit  [View Original Post]
    ColombiaLover you need to delete some messages before they will allow you to receive any more messages. I have a message ready to send, I think you will like it.

  10. #39751
    Quote Originally Posted by MojoBandit  [View Original Post]
    Wow that is educational. I think you know what building I like to stay in and they are the opposite. Are you talking about the building that can be seen from the roof (and vice versa) of the building that I am talking about? I had a chica who came over one day and had her cedula. Which the building takes a photo of when they enter. The next day she showed up and had her sisters cedula saying she accidently grabbed it by mistake. I asked the security guy "don't you have the photo if her cedula from yesterday?" he said "probably but that it did not matter the rule is she has to have it every time she comes. " When Angie Paola Gomez came over with her sister's (Karina Hernandez) cedula that was a no-go also. I was even throwing these security guys some decent tips from time to time also. They have ignored the fact that I was at the pool taking chica photos after it was supposed to be closed at night but they did not waver when comes to cedulas. You must like you more they do me LOL.
    What places would you all recommend that are good at checking their IDs but still remain very guest friendly? Any particular Airbnbs, hotels, apartments, etc?

  11. #39750
    Quote Originally Posted by JustIncognito  [View Original Post]
    I agree they love trump in Brazil. Not many other places.

    My post wasn't and isn't about my politics ... Have fun dodging the covid in Brazil.
    Haha, whatever, your post was all about politics.

    And thanks! I'm enjoying Brazil!

  12. #39749
    Quote Originally Posted by Blakman  [View Original Post]
    This is your 2nd knife wielding story you have told. Something is wrong here. There was the attempted robbery in centro and now poblado. Either your story telling or doing something terribly wrong..
    Yes that's correct, two guys went hands-on with me in El Centro. And yes, last week again in El Poblado.

    Two factors I think are. I'm a gringo. No matter what, I stand out. And, I am out every single day. I think the risk exposure is cumulative.

  13. #39748

    WAIT A MINUTE LUGNUT / Twice attempted robbery

    This is your 2nd knife wielding story you have told. Something is wrong here. There was the attempted robbery in centro and now poblado. Either your story telling or doing something terribly wrong.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lugnut  [View Original Post]
    On that note, about safety, I was robbed recently. In El Poblado, at 3 pm, on Calle 10 as I was walking to Exito Wow. A guy walking the other way on the sidewalk came at me super aggressively with a big knife. It was all over in seconds. And I was even wearing pants!

    So I guess I'm saying, keep your wits about you. And minimize loss. Don't carry anything or card etc that you do not absolutely need. If you are out with a phone, make sure it is a local burner phone.
    .

  14. #39747

    That is educational.

    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyNuts  [View Original Post]
    But just because a chica has a cedula doesn't always mean it's her cedula. More than once the portero wouldn't let a chica enter tellling me it's not her cedula. It's someone elses.
    Wow that is educational. I think you know what building I like to stay in and they are the opposite. Are you talking about the building that can be seen from the roof (and vice versa) of the building that I am talking about? I had a chica who came over one day and had her cedula. Which the building takes a photo of when they enter. The next day she showed up and had her sisters cedula saying she accidently grabbed it by mistake. I asked the security guy "don't you have the photo if her cedula from yesterday?" he said "probably but that it did not matter the rule is she has to have it every time she comes. " When Angie Paola Gomez came over with her sister's (Karina Hernandez) cedula that was a no-go also. I was even throwing these security guys some decent tips from time to time also. They have ignored the fact that I was at the pool taking chica photos after it was supposed to be closed at night but they did not waver when comes to cedulas. You must like you more they do me LOL.

  15. #39746
    Quote Originally Posted by Lugnut  [View Original Post]
    On that note, about safety, I was robbed recently. In El Poblado, at 3 pm, on Calle 10 as I was walking to Exito Wow. A guy walking the other way on the sidewalk came at me super aggressively with a big knife. It was all over in seconds. And I was even wearing pants!

    So I guess I'm saying, keep your wits about you. And minimize loss. Don't carry anything or card etc that you do not absolutely need. If you are out with a phone, make sure it is a local burner phone.
    What occurred during the events of "it was all over in seconds"? What did he take?

    I know you're telling the truth because west of el poblado on calle 10 is a sh*hole IMO.

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