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  1. #866

    La Pintada Antioquia

    This was another place I briefly visited this past trip. It's a town located about 2.5 hours south of Medellin, at least according to Google. The reality is that 3-10 hours could be your travel time. Busses are available from the South Terminal in Medellin and stop across the street from the Terpel gas station in La Pintada.

    La Pintada is more of a family destination. It's not a good choice if you're wanting to party hard at the pool with 3 hookers. The climate is supposed to be slightly warmer than Medellin, but I think it's about the same. It was comfortable, a bit warm during the day.

    I suspect, there might be some discrete P4P available, but you probably would need to put in some time and effort to find it. I did see a few women in town who were stunning, so if you're a talented unicorn hunter, you might find a gem there.

    Stay was at Hosteria Las Farallones a Comfenalco property. Their room rates are structured based on income category, with a high and low season rate. High season rate is a max of 162 k per night, meals included. Food is decent comida tipica. There are a couple of pools, a kiddie pool, a hot tub and several pool tables (the kind with balls, not the kind where you set your drinks by the pool. They have those too). There is a small bar. Rooms are air conditioned and clean. Pretty basic. I think there was hot water in the shower.

    The area is good for nature lovers and bird watchers. The hotel is just over a mile from the town, which is split by the Cauca River. There are plenty of restaurants. There is probably a lot to do in the area in the way of hiking and possibly white water rafting. I didn't check it out as well as I normally would.

    The roads there can be treacherous. My return trip took 10 hours because a landslide closed the road. The main road from Medellin is closed due to damage from the earlier floods. Once it reopens it should be better. They are also building a new highway heading that direction. When completed it should speed things up.

    As a solo trip, unless you're a backpacker or bird watcher, it probably isn't worth it. If you're searching for unicorns, it might be a destination, but I don't know how successful you will be. If you have a semi-regular girl who wants to get away for a few days, it might be a good destination. There are several other resorts in the area and the Comfenalco property has some larger bungalows available, which might be nice.

  2. #865

    Show you how my weird mind works

    Quote Originally Posted by JjBee62  [View Original Post]
    Plus she can do a backflip and then drop into the splits.
    I would schedule this girl to put on little shows, and tell her, "At 2 PM I want to watch you do gymnastics". Jajaja, then take it from there. Assuming that would lead to sex, she would be doing the initiation, sort of, jeje.

    Comparisons are generally pointless but I am not looking to keep going what I was doing during my last trip. That got to be too much, even for me. Forgetting who I was fucking 20 minutes earlier while fucking the next girl. Not being able to name most of the girls I fucked in a day. Forgetting the name of the girl while I was fucking her even though I fucked her twenty times before. Waking up and seeing the lump under the covers and seriously not knowing who it was. Finally, the worst stage of all, which took me back to my man-whoring days in college that weren't some of my proudest moments, forcing myself to fuck and have sex when I didn't feel like it because of exhaustion and being "petered" out. Sound like fun? Obviously not. Signs of an addictive personality disorder? Probably. I am hoping to settle down more this trip and am thinking about one girl at a time for a few days at a time.

    I say that but then there is this apartment I got going in Castilla with Scarlet where the possibilities look very enticing. There's already three girls there including Scarlet, all of whom I know very well. Still two empty bedrooms. I just wrote Nymphette, the new chica I met near the end of last trip at Hotel Puta and asked her if she wanted to move in there. Rent less than 500 mil per month split four or five ways would be nothing even for them. Nymphette's big thing at the moment is she wants a kitchen so she can stop eating "street" food. I get that.

    Obviously, not if, but when I start staying at that apartment, it's not going to be "one girl" at a time. But it should be a more relaxed atmosphere without appointments and all the coming and going. Who knows what MDE has in store for me this trip? Nuthin' left but to Keep On Keepin' On.

  3. #864
    Quote Originally Posted by Osteoknot  [View Original Post]
    Mainly curious, how or why did you pick that as a destination in the first place?

    Are you mongering these days or sticking with the same two girls? Not that there's anything wrong with that (channeling Seinfeld).
    It's been on my radar for 5 years. My ex-roommate went there with her novio and loved it. I enjoy the isolation for a few days. I've done quite a bit of off the map stuff in Idaho, Washington, New Mexico and Arizona, also in Mexico, where I accidentally ended up at at a gate guarded by heavily armed men at 1 am. They were nice enough to give directions.

    However, the years have taken their toll and I'll probably not return unless it's during whale watching season.

    Still mongering. #1 will probably be fading away after this week. Sexually she's too passive for my tastes. Once she gets started, she's great, but she doesn't initiate anything. In every other way, she's great. No complaints. Plus she can do a backflip and then drop into the splits.

    #2 is up in the air. She has put on some weight, mostly in her tits, but I'll have to see how she's carrying it. On the other hand, she's self-supporting. Selling her body has never been a goal, just done for fiscal emergencies. Although she's made a few requests, it's always for a specific and obvious need (unlike the sick abuela bit). When she wrecked her moto, went to the hospital, missed several days of work, needed an MRI, and the rest, she never asked for anything. She's constantly working on something to make money. Sexually, she's the Tasmanian Devil. She'll tear you up. If I was looking to settle down, she would be a good choice. We're heading for the mountains for a few days this week.

    I'll be running through a few others this trip, although not at your level, and be trying to seal the deal with 2 more regular girls.

  4. #863

    Doesn't sound like you will be in a hurry to go back

    Quote Originally Posted by JjBee62  [View Original Post]
    Arrived in Bahia Solano Wednesday morning about 11 am and took a 30 minute taxi ride to my cabin outside of El Valle. Left the cabin at 10 am yesterday, spent several hours at the airport before being told the flight was canceled. Spent last night in Hotel Costa Choco in Bahia Solano and finally got off the ground at 9 am. Sitting in my room in Envigado right now.
    Mainly curious, how or why did you pick that as a destination in the first place?

    Are you mongering these days or sticking with the same two girls? Not that there's anything wrong with that (channeling Seinfeld).

  5. #862

    Yeah, there are two kinds of people in the world

    Quote Originally Posted by StinkySquid  [View Original Post]
    Yeah, who decides what cities have their own section? Like there is Armenia but not Pereira, I doubt that Armenia has more action than Pereira. Bucaramanga seems odd. Now Cucuta does not have that much action, I don't even mind it being lumped up here. I understand Santa Marta is a beach destination, so fine, but otherwise it seems random which places get their own section. I wonder who gets to decide this anyway?
    Those who think there are two kinds of people and those who don't jejeje.

    Splitters and lumpers. There seem to be a lot more splitters around here lately. Too many categories for some cities, yet other cities under represented.

  6. #861

    I believe that. You got spanked so bad on the Medellin board it was epic

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Froggy,

    You have been to this town twice now, must be a special attraction for you. It's only 3 hours bus ride or 120 miles from Bogota. Is weather much hotter?

    I could not find decent food even in big city like Medellin and Bogota. I had to eat cup noodles at night because it was not convenient and not much food places was open late at night, unlike Asia where you can find street food everywhere at all hours. I would starve to death in small towns.

    There are many light-skin, good looking vennies on the streets in Bogota and Medellin. The one you found here looked a lot better?

    The clubs in Bogota, Cartagena and Medellin are very disappointing in both girls quality and entertainment value. Crimes risks are high in all 3 cities with girls drugging and robbing clients. Colombia is a very depressing place for me.
    Yeah, tell the truth. You got laughed and shamed off the Medellin board. Jajajaja at girl drugging. Actually, you are doing us a favor if you can keep other people away from Medellin, so keep up the good work!

  7. #860

    Bahia Solano final thoughts and recommendations

    Arrived in Bahia Solano Wednesday morning about 11 am and took a 30 minute taxi ride to my cabin outside of El Valle. Left the cabin at 10 am yesterday, spent several hours at the airport before being told the flight was canceled. Spent last night in Hotel Costa Choco in Bahia Solano and finally got off the ground at 9 am. Sitting in my room in Envigado right now.

    El Valle.

    I did see a sign for a disco and another for massage, but I expect you'll need to be a grand master to find any P4P action there. The streets are all dirt and rock and in terrible condition. The only restaurant we visited was good, but prices were high, 20 k per meal. I expect the gringo tax was applied.

    There are various stores and restaurants and many places will deliver. Wherever you're staying can give more information. Taxi from the airport was 15 k per person. Moto taxis around El Valle are 5 k per person. No place in El Valle accepts credit or debit cards. Everything is cash only. There are banks and places which take cards in Bahia Solano.

    Accommodations are pretty basic. Almost no place has air conditioning, or hot water. Bugs are going to be a problem. I didn't see any mosquitoes, but lots of other critters found their way into the cabin. One of them walked across my girls face when she was sleeping and she nearly jumped through the wall. We even found a small crabs in the other bed, the crabs are everywhere.

    Took 2 tours, each was 70 k per person. The first required a walk to the end of the beach, a couple of treacherous climbs and descents, a short hike on another beach, then a short walk to Cascada el Tigre, a nice secluded waterfall. There's a small pool at the base to soak in the water and cool off, and try to figure out how much it would cost to get a helicopter to pick you up. You'll want good shoes with traction and that you don't mind getting wet. You'll also learn the difference from having a good shape and being in good shape.

    The second tour, at my insistence, began with a taxi ride to town, lunch and then a short walk to our guide's canoe. The canoe was as basic as possible, just a hollowed out log. Our guide paddled upriver for 25-30 minutes, before leading us on an easy 10 minute hike to another waterfall. Other than being a bit smaller it was about the same as the first.

    The first one was the best, but be warned, getting there is going to wear you out.

    The beach itself is nothing special. It's a mix of sand and dirt, with little crabs running everywhere. It's not suitable for laying out and tanning. Surfing is an option. The views were quite nice and it was very quiet. Expect hot and humid.

    Bahia Solano.

    Bahia Solano is much larger and I expect it might be possible to find some action there. Hotel Costa Choco is pretty nice and has air conditioning. Took a short walk around, but didn't see anything special.

    Observations.

    If you bring a girl, other men are going to stare. Had one guy as we were walking on the beach get much too close and I did not like the way he was staring. We stopped to take some pictures, to get some distance.

    If you bring a girl, choose wisely. With the heat, humidity, bugs and the lack of amenities, you're likely to get some griping. My girl was a trooper and took everything with a smile. How many girls, after being wakened by a large bug on her face, wouldn't be screaming bloody murder? She just watched while I caught it and put it outside, then went back to sleep.

    Unless you're interested in doing nature tours, Bahia Solano is probably not for you.

  8. #859

    My stay in Bahia Solano has been involuntarily extended

    The taxi we prearranged arrived to pick us up early and we made it to the airport with plenty of time. Check in process was rather slow, but by 10:40 am we were all checked in with the 7 k exit fee (per person) paid, for a noon flight. At 11:45 we were informed the flight wouldn't be arriving until 2 pm. At 1:45 we were told it won't be ready until 7:30 am tomorrow. So now we're waiting out the night in the former Hotel Balboa, now Hotel Costa Choco. Room with air conditioning is 130 k for the night.

    Detailed final report will be coming in a few days.

  9. #858

    Bahia Solano- El Valle first impressions

    Flew into Bahia Solano from Medellin yesterday (from the municipal airport in Medellin, not the international airport in Rio Negro). The departure time got moved back 25 minutes the day before the flight and I was informed by Whatsapp and email.

    The airport in Medellin is quite small. Once boarding begins, you wait outside until all passengers are checked in, then you take the quarter mile walk to the plane. The plane had 19 seats and 19 passengers, no bathroom. However, it's only about a 45 minute flight. Baggage allowance is 1 bag no more than 15 kg and one carry-on item. There are no overhead bins and good luck getting anything under the seat.

    At Bahia Solano they did an ID check, just a glance at passports, but they scanned in cedulas. There is a 30 k per passenger tourist entry fee. Except where the ticket counters are, there is no inside to the airport. Taxi to El Valle was 15 k per person. There are no banks or ATMs and everything is cash only.

    Climate ranges from hot and muggy to not as hot, muggy and raining to not as hot, muggy and dark. There are small stores in El Valle, the closest town to where I'm at, along with quite a few restaurants and hotels. Services are minimal, no air, no hot water, no WIFI, but there is spotty 4 G service from Claro.

    Expect higher prices for most things, this place is remote. However the stores will deliver. If bugs freak you out, don't go. I saw what looked like a grasshopper in the cabin last night, except it was about 6 inches long. Lots of other creeping crawling things as well.

    The beach is directly in front of the cabin, 200 yards to the water line, with decent surf. I saw a place which rents surfboards and gives lessons. There are lots of tours available, most involve a boat ride. There are also fishing charters and scuba diving. The best time to come is June and July, during the sperm whale breeding season.

    There's no P4P scene that I'm aware of. Bring your own or do without.

    So far I'm happy I made the trip.
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  10. #857
    Ok, I'm in MDE right now, and have grown a bit tired of it, thinking periera, which I know well or someplace new, Valencia, could be on the list. Where is the action there, periera is easy, just got to watch the girls all the time form bieng druged, but ID consider a trip to valiencia, if there was some pussy down there, or even just a place that is not MDE. Its fun for the first few weeks but after that it gets old.

    More info on Valencia please, I am wanting to leave soon.

  11. #856
    Quote Originally Posted by OrgasmDonor  [View Original Post]
    I started a Pereira section, but somehow it got relegated to the bottom of the list and is often overlooked. There is some good info there, but now it is somewhat dated.

    I don't know how to get it put in the upper sections where it gets more easily noticed. Maybe somebody can help?.
    When a paid member starts a thread it goes at the bottom in the user blogs area. Only the admins can start a new thread in the top section. Your best bet is to convince an admin you have enough useful information on Pereira and that there's enough interest in the city.

  12. #855

    Pereira section

    I started a Pereira section, but somehow it got relegated to the bottom of the list and is often overlooked. There is some good info there, but now it is somewhat dated.

    I don't know how to get it put in the upper sections where it gets more easily noticed. Maybe somebody can help?

    O. the.

    Quote Originally Posted by StinkySquid  [View Original Post]
    Yeah, who decides what cities have their own section? Like there is Armenia but not Pereira, I doubt that Armenia has more action than Pereira. Bucaramanga seems odd. Now Cucuta does not have that much action, I don't even mind it being lumped up here. I understand Santa Marta is a beach destination, so fine, but otherwise it seems random which places get their own section. I wonder who gets to decide this anyway?

  13. #854
    Quote Originally Posted by TheTallMan  [View Original Post]
    Hi Frogg,

    Good to see that your enjoying your trip to VV again.

    We met in VV by happenstance back in November 2021 and for the naysayers hey that's the way we roll, something different and out of the norm.

    TTM.
    Tall Man, the time we spent in Villavicencio was memorable and eventful.

    Next, time I will try out other cities and regions of Colombia, just as you have done. If I run across you, will be sure to say "hi"--you're not hard to spot, tallest guy around.

  14. #853

    Villavicencio

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Froggy,

    You have been to this town twice now, must be a special attraction for you. It's only 3 hours bus ride or 120 miles from Bogota. Is weather much hotter?

    I could not find decent food even in big city like Medellin and Bogota. I would starve to death in small towns.

    There are many light-skin, good looking vennies on the streets in Bogota and Medellin. The one you found here looked a lot better?

    The clubs in Bogota, Cartagena and Medellin are very disappointing in both girls quality and entertainment value.

    Crimes risks are high in all 3 cities with girls drugging and robbing clients.
    Captain, I doubled down on Villavicencio 'cause it went so well the previous time. The warm weather is a main attraction, rear-round daily in the mid-high 80's F. Though it rains a lot between April-November. Best time to come is Dec-March when it doesn't rain so much and North America is freezing, though I hear there is an April 6th festival, and also in early Dec, could be worth checking out.

    Its close proximity to Bogota, where the non-stop international flights from North America come and go, is a plus.

    The food in Villao is the same as in the rest of Colombia, nothing to write home about.

    Not as many Vennies in this town as the bigger Col. cities, most of the chicks I met were cute locals.

    Club El Harem and the others were a slice of Hong Hong Club in ViaV.

    Risk factor is not that great, but carefull nonetheless.

  15. #852
    Quote Originally Posted by Frogg  [View Original Post]
    I went to Villavo for the cozy cleanliness of the smaller city and its warm weather. The lack of tourists and bums is refreshing.

    How many clubs do you need? I only need a good one, and El Harem hit the spot. Expensive compared to what?

    Didn't check out casas, saved that for another trip. I'm not a club guy either, but like to vary it up sometimes. Spice of life.

    I enjoyed the warm weather just fine without a pool, but a swimming pool does sound fun.
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Froggy,

    You have been to this town twice now, must be a special attraction for you. It's only 3 hours bus ride or 120 miles from Bogota. Is weather much hotter?

    I could not find decent food even in big city like Medellin and Bogota. I had to eat cup noodles at night because it was not convenient and not much food places was open late at night, unlike Asia where you can find street food everywhere at all hours. I would starve to death in small towns.

    There are many light-skin, good looking vennies on the streets in Bogota and Medellin. The one you found here looked a lot better?

    The clubs in Bogota, Cartagena and Medellin are very disappointing in both girls quality and entertainment value. Crimes risks are high in all 3 cities with girls drugging and robbing clients. Colombia is a very depressing place for me.
    Hi Frogg,

    Good to see that your enjoying your trip to VV again.

    We met in VV by happenstance back in November 2021 and for the naysayers hey that's the way we roll, something different and out of the norm.

    TTM.

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