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  1. #977

    Banos turcos

    I have a question for you guys who know Lima well.

    Are there banos turcos or spas with nice facilities in Lima where you wouldn't necessarily have to take a girl or where you could get a more or less legitimate massage and then steam, use the pool ect? I have been to the dutch mixed saunas in Amsterdam and I love that atmosphere. Also possible I might want to take a girl from outside and use the facilities.

    Anybody have any suggestions?

    Thanks

  2. #976
    The Banco Central has been buying and selling trying to keep the dollar more or less steady. But they just started a new "freer floating" policy last week which means we might begin to see more volatility in the currency.

  3. #975

    Currency

    For quite a while I have watched other currencies rise and fall against the US dollar. During ths time the Peruvian Sol has remained constant at 2. 61 and is now at 2. 60. Have they pegged that shit to the $ without me knowning about it or something?

  4. #974

    Lima, Peru, thanks to all for your wonderful hospitality!

    Hello and thanks to everyone for helping feel at home in Lima, Peru!

    After a very difficult flight through Mexico City, Mexico on Aeromexico (I will never take Aeromexico again!"Long lay over and the hassle of going through Mexican customs who are looking for their next victim to pay the "Mordida" or Bribe!" And no, I did not give that MF not one red cent!) I made it to the Lima airport. The Lima airport was a total Madhouse with only four immigration officers for hundreds of travelers. Next, I went through customs and was chosen to x-ray my luggage. No problems at the x-ray machine and was waved on. Finally, I went out to see where my taxi that my hotel had ordered for me was. My taxi was not there! So, I waited about 15 minutes and finally my taxi arrived. It was drizzling so the driver took his time to get to the hotel. So I think it was around 03:00 (am) when we arrived at the hotel. I was hungry, and I did not know where to eat so I went down stairs to the hotel bar and ordered two sandwiches. I did not have any Peruvian Soles and the girl said I could pay with US Dollars. So I gave her a $20. 00USD bill. She said the $20. 00 bill had a tiny cut in it and said that she could not accept it. I then told the girl that I would go across the street to the ATM at the bank and would be back in a second. (I guess in Peru, they do not accept any bills that are not perfect). (But the next day I changed that same bill at the money exchange next door to the hotel). Conveniently a manager said I could charge the two sandwiches to my room. It was around 05:00 (am) when I finally went to sleep. I was totally exhausted!

    The next day, I spent several hours at the Claro cellphone store which was 2 blocks away. There were two long lines outside the store which were more than 25 feet long, one for service and one to pay for the cellphone minutes. So, after a couple of hours I finally had my SIM card and minutes and had my cellphone working. (My phone was a cheap Samsung unlocked quad band from Amazon. Com). I was still Jet-lagged from the previous day and it seemed like Murphy's Law was happening to me. (Murphy's Law is: what can go wrong, will go wrong!) And I could not lose the Jet-lag feeling to top it off.

    I then called David_33 and exchanged pleasantries and he then set me up with Chicka#1 a Peruvian-Japanese.

    Chicka#1 was very nice and pleasing although not quite my type. 22 years old, she was very short and a little overweight. I like very slim and trim ladies. The next day, I called David_33 and he set me up with Chicka#2. Wow, she was more my type, about 5'1' and 95 pounds and just turned 24 years old. Chicka #2 was really a GFE and If I have the funds I will be back very soon to see her!

    Although my hotel let my ladies enter my room with just a copy of their I'd, next time I will stay maybe at one of David_33's approved apartments. It would be less hassle and cheaper.

    I did notice that the prices for everything were much more than in Hollywood and the quality of everything was very poor. I guess there are no Costcos or Walmarts in Lima. And that got me thinking, since David_33 did not take a commission from me maybe next time I will ask David_33 to take maybe half of the girls payment so he could live better in such an expensive city. David_33 did not charge me for all of his time and effort! David, I'll bring you some 'Goodies' from back home next time. And please accept them as I hear you do not want anything from the members.

    The Peruvian people were very nice to me and always smiling. Try finding nice and smiling people in Panama, Mexico City or many other places in Latin America! Lima, Peru is one of the best places that I have ever been to and I have been to many places in the Americas, Europe, Eastern Europe and Asia.

    All in all, the six days I spent in Lima was a wonderful experience that will definitely be repeated! I'll try to stay longer as the stress of Jet-lag is difficult to get over from such a long trip. Thanks once again for David_33's kind help and the friendship of his lady friends.

    See you all soon,

    Hollywood

  5. #973
    It's been a great time for me in Peru but it's not been without it's ups and downs, pardon the pun.

    Indispursed with some mongering I've also had a few experiences with normal girls, three of which stand out. Chicka 1 I met through an Internet dating site called Oasis Active and have been out with her several times and still have not sealed the deal. Don't get me wrong, this is a really great girl and I like her a lot but I write this to detail that I must have spent at least 400 to 500 soles during these dates and haven't kicked a goal. Moral of the story. A hooker is cheaper and you'll have more time to yourself.

    Chica 2 was also from OA. Not even 2 hours after I was chatting to her online she was knocking on my front door. Go team! The problem started when I opened the front door to discover a chica that looked nothing like her photos. Alright, a little like her photos, only 15 years older and 20Kgs heavier. To make matters worse she was trying to convince me to take her to Iquitos with me the next day. Aaaaaghhh!

    Chica 3 was the female friend of some gay dude I started talking to at a bar on Av Berlin. He invites her along, clearly setting us up and as usual over here the guy pays for everything. There ain't no feminists here insisting on paying their own way. Get your wallet out. I should add that this chica is only about a 5 and I only went along with all this because I had a day or so of back pressure. Anyway, as it turned out we went to a couple of clubs, including Dragon in Barranco, which was great, and not only did I pay for the drinks, but also the entry for both her and this gay guy. Over the corse of the night me and there was a lot of kissing and hugging and it seemed I was in. Right until I started talking to someone standing next to us. During this 10 min conversation said chica obviously did not appreciate not being the center of attention and hooked up with another guy. Fuck! This night must have cost me about 300 soles. What would it cost to get a shark from TR? At least you'd get layed!

    So what I suppose I'm saying is that you are actually better of just paying for sex if that's what you are really after. The truth of the matter is that despite shooting fish in a barrel with the P4P chicas here, it's there is a certain amount of fun in chasing normal girls. Just think of it as problem gambling. Sure you hit the jackpot occasionally, but most of the time you simply flush money down the toilet and slink off home, by yourself.

    And finally, after being one of only a few contributors on the Peru thread for the last month or so, you won't hear any more from me on here as I'm heading home soon. Hopefully you lurkers that are using the information provide by this site can step up to the plate and share your thoughts and experiences.

  6. #972
    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    The Sol seems to be gaining ground against the dollar AND the Euro. It could be the start of a ride like the Brazilian Real. Is is much hassle for a non-resident to open a savings account in Lima? Is it even possible? Is there a high withholding tax? I've seen long queues outside banks in Miraflores. The impression is not one of efficiency. Also, would the Peruvians swap information with the country of residence?
    At Interbank it used to be possible to open an account as a foreigner without a DNI. You just needed 2 forms of I'd.

    Interbank was the only bank that (still) allowed this.

    However they stopped this anymore since last year. No luck.

  7. #971

    Prices

    Quote Originally Posted by Cngrgo  [View Original Post]
    Lima seems very appealing because of the perfectly mild weather. Also Quito seems great in that respect as well.

    What should I expect to pay for a 2 hour session or a TLN. For example if I used David_33's network?

    A catalog wouldn't be necessary, just a general range.

    I'm trying to find the best oceanfront place for short term stay.

    Thanks
    Like anything else in life you usually get what you pay for.

    I can't speak for the prices of Davids network.

    But.

    A 2-3 hour session with an attractive girl 20 to 28 yrs old chica will cost you about $USD 85 including taxi tip.

    A TLN session say 8. 00 pm to say 8. 00 a. M will cost you about $USD140 including taxi tip.

    Interesting if you choose to spend say 2 hours dining of the session.

    The price does not change nor is the time usually extended.

    The amount you pay is simply relative to the time you spend together.

    But. If you go the the tourist rip off places like Tequila Rock or a Suits of Barranco.

    It will may cost you 2 x or 5 x times the prices I have quoted here.

    Try apartmentsclubperu for accommodation. Usually at least a weeks rental required to rent an apartment.

    Sly

  8. #970

    Chica Prices

    Lima seems very appealing because of the perfectly mild weather. Also Quito seems great in that respect as well.

    What should I expect to pay for a 2 hour session or a TLN. For example if I used David_33's network?

    A catalog wouldn't be necessary, just a general range.

    I'm trying to find the best oceanfront place for short term stay.

    Thanks

  9. #969

    Tacna help

    Hi Folks,

    I'm in Tacna, have been to some of the chongos and don't really like the slam-bam-thank-you-ma'am kinda thing. Was wondering if anyone has any local connections to the girls that aren't a part of the chongo scene.

    Thanks in advance.

  10. #968
    Quote Originally Posted by Kngdf5  [View Original Post]
    But I wouldn't bet on the Sol. Peru is corrupt, and corrupt central banks like to print money.
    I'm not sure. After all, who would've bet on the Brazilian Real 10 years ago? Those who did more than doubled their capital, not to mention the accrued interests. I've heard Peru is selling commodities to China like never before. Remember the corrupt elites might fancy having a hard (er) currency at their disposal. Especially with the dollar and the euro being no safe havens any more.
    Last edited by XXL; 04-17-12 at 17:40. Reason: spelling

  11. #967

    Interbank

    Go to Interbank with your passport. But I wouldn't bet on the Sol. Peru is corrupt, and corrupt central banks like to print money. Just like the Jews who run the USA federal reserve.

    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    The Sol seems to be gaining ground against the dollar AND the Euro. It could be the start of a ride like the Brazilian Real. Is is much hassle for a non-resident to open a savings account in Lima? Is it even possible? Is there a high withholding tax? I've seen long queues outside banks in Miraflores. The impression is not one of efficiency. Also, would the Peruvians swap information with the country of residence?

  12. #966
    What you probably saw were lines of pensioners at the Banco de la Nacion getting their monthly payment. Other banks are exceedingly efficient, but of course depending on the location and time of day and date you might encounter some wait. That said I believe you have to have resident status to open an account.

  13. #965

    Opening a savings account in Soles?

    The Sol seems to be gaining ground against the dollar AND the Euro. It could be the start of a ride like the Brazilian Real. Is is much hassle for a non-resident to open a savings account in Lima? Is it even possible? Is there a high withholding tax? I've seen long queues outside banks in Miraflores. The impression is not one of efficiency. Also, would the Peruvians swap information with the country of residence?

  14. #964
    Is there a nice beach a bus or train ride outside of Lima in April, crowded, safe, and with nightlife?. Thanks

  15. #963

    Looking to hook up with two chicas! Any Help?

    Point BLANK! Where can I link up with two, I have been here 4 days just doing the tourist stuff. Tomorrow I would like to have fun.

    Any friendly advice would be appreciated. Thank you. My birthday is Sunday & looking to have a good time.

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