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  1. #266

    What Jockey16 Said

    I contacted Jaime with the info provided by Jockey via PM and have also been very satisfied with Jaime's service. I have only sampled one of his ladies (Meriam) but was so pleased with the service (golf ball and garden hose analogy, really into sex, squirter) that I repeated on 2 occasions. While this chica is not model quality (few extra pounds) , her attitude and abilities are outstanding. Damages for a non-clock-watching session were S / 170 for hotel delivery.

    Additionally, Jaime helped me out when I needed dental work done and accompanied me to 2 dental offices and an x-ray clinic. His English is excellent and I recommend him highly for both chicas and tours.

  2. #265

    Great time, very reasonable prices

    Hi Folks,

    Just to drop a line and put in a good word for a guy who provided me with ALL I needed while my last trip to Cuzco last year.

    That included setting up 3 tours and introducing me to 3 cuties, all for a very reasonable price.

    His name is Jaime and he speaks English. If you are planing a trip to Cuzco, Iquitos or anywhere in Peru, he can get you a discount in many hotels, tours and girls.

    If you would like to check him out, PM me.

  3. #264

    NO star Peru!

    I bought my ticket with Star Peru. Paid 180$ for round trip Lima-Cusco. Few days before, the price was 160$! Why would any foreigner want to fly LAN and pay double?

    www.starperu.com[/QUOTE]Don't fly Star Peru. AWEFUL service!

  4. #263

    Cusco chongo

    I concur with your report. I am also living in Cusco and the locals can be quite dodgy. Find it to be one of the most unsexy city cities I have ever visited. If you do see a hottie, chances are she is from somewhere else. BTW, several years ago a guy on this board reported about a house for chicas in central Cusco and gave an approximated description and location of said establishment but did want to reveal the name to prevent the local authorities from knowing. On one rainy Sunday several weeks ago, I tracked down the location and the name, which is Hostal Kintu. It's located in a back alley off Tullamayo Avenida but within 30 second stroll from the Avenida del Sol in Central Cusco and about a 5 minute walk to the Plaza Del Armas. As to be expected, it looked a bit dodgy from the outside though saw no activity on my walk by and was not sure if it was still operational. I went by taxi past the building a few days ago and the taxi driver confirmed it was still in business. He even quoted me the price of 20 soles or $8 US for a ten minute ride. With the chica that is. Don't expect much though. Wham, bam, thank you mam.

  5. #262

    Cusco

    Not much happening in Cusco. There are three discos in the corner of the main plaza and you might find some girls hustling. There were a few girls with older gringos kissing pretty hard near the bar, I wasn't sure what that was all about it just looked really odd. Be careful with the locals though, they are a completely uncivilized crowd and with the way they fight each other I would hate to [CodeWord140] off the wrong guy. I was working there and one of my local buddies told me if I did hook up with a local I should just rent another place and not take here back to my place, so if you do make sure you lock your things up.

  6. #261
    Not a big info, but when I was in Acqua Caliantes, one street guy was shouting something about massages, but as nobody really cared the guy added to his shouting "happy ending included", nobody really cared at all again, but my head immediately turned 180 degree as it was programmed, guy started to laugh to me and I started to laugh too. The only one who wasnt smiling was my girllfriend.

    So there are some MP with HJ in AC at least.

    The girls in the front of MP looked good.

    Pitty I don't have any experience with them.

  7. #260

    Star Peru

    I'll be there in early May too! $200 on Star Peru. A pain in the ass to pay. I had to call their Miami office and pay a service charge for them to accept my credit card since it would not work paying online after several attempts on different days. Planes are kind of old though. I hope they can make it over the mountains!

  8. #259
    Quote Originally Posted by Hasideas Tao  [View Original Post]
    Hey Bret, thank you and to all the others as well, for the valuable info. I'm heading to MP in May and would love some first hand non-biased knowledge about this whole licensed guide thing. It seems clear that the Peruvians are making every effort to maximize their profits off of tourists but it has been my experience when traveling outside the USA that you can pretty much always find a better way. Example, when booking the flight from Lima to Cusco, the tix are $300+ rt. Funny thing is that when you log in to the LAN sight as your country of origin being PERU, the flights are $90 round trip. Is this a clue as to how I am to be treated in Peru?
    [/QUOTE]I bought my ticket with Star Peru. Paid 180$ for round trip Lima-Cusco. Few days before, the price was 160$! Why would any foreigner want to fly LAN and pay double?

    www.starperu.com

  9. #258

    Inca Trail

    Brett.

    I did the Inca Trail recently. It is very unlikely that you would be able to do this on the fly. Campsite are booked and designated by the trail authorities. To turn up with a tent and pitch it would not be possible at all.

    The two day trek is just fine I think if tyou want to see the main features and get a good feel without having to do the hwole trail. I enjoy trekking and was happy to do the full trail but in retrospect the 2 day trek would cover most of the bases especially if it is wet and cloudy and many views obscured on the full trek.

    BB

  10. #257
    Quote Originally Posted by Hasideas Tao  [View Original Post]
    Hey Bret,

    Thank you and to all the others as well, for the valuable info. I'm heading to MP in May and would love some first hand non-biased knowledge about this whole licensed guide thing. It seems clear that the Peruvians are making every effort to maximize their profits off of tourists but it has been my experience when traveling outside the USA that you can pretty much always find a better way with a little insight. Example, when booking the flight from Lima to Cusco, the tix are $300+ rt. Funny thing is that when you log in to the LAN sight as your country of origin being PERU, the flights are $90 round trip. Is this a clue as to how I am to be treated in Peru?
    If you do that you will be asked to pay $178. 00 at the check in counter or refused boarding if you are a non-resident. Right now Lan is running a promotion, If you book the international leg (with Lan) they will give you a free ticket to any destination in Peru.

  11. #256

    Inca Trail

    Hey Bret,

    Thank you and to all the others as well, for the valuable info. I'm heading to MP in May and would love some first hand non-biased knowledge about this whole licensed guide thing. It seems clear that the Peruvians are making every effort to maximize their profits off of tourists but it has been my experience when traveling outside the USA that you can pretty much always find a better way with a little insight. Example, when booking the flight from Lima to Cusco, the tix are $300+ rt. Funny thing is that when you log in to the LAN sight as your country of origin being PERU, the flights are $90 round trip. Is this a clue as to how I am to be treated in Peru?

    My schedule will be a little flexible and I think the 2 day hike you describe sounds attractive. I would love to camp at least one night under the stars! But I'm seeing $500 for tours! Once in Aguas Calientes or any of the other nearby towns, do you really need to book a guide in advance? I'm a moderately seasoned traveler and enjoy making friends with locals. Especially of the female variety. I'm just wondering if I am deluding myself into believing I can make this happen on the fly.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bret M69  [View Original Post]
    Separated the travel stuff but forgot to erase that part of the title:

    On the MP / Inca Trail front: If you have time constraints but want a non-rushed experience, I recommend the two day trip I did to MP out of Cusco. Day 1 was early bus to Ollantaytambo, train to km104, then full day hike on the Camino Sacgrado (Sacred Trail) to Chachabamba, Wiñaywayna, Inti Punku, and MP before overnight in AC. Day 2 we toured MP, hiked up to Waynapicchu (no guide) , and relaxed in town before taking the 5pm train back to Cusco. You have to use a guide on the Inca Trail and I was happy with my SAS experience.

  12. #255

    Inca Trail

    Hey Bret, thank you and to all the others as well, for the valuable info. I'm heading to MP in May and would love some first hand non-biased knowledge about this whole licensed guide thing. It seems clear that the Peruvians are making every effort to maximize their profits off of tourists but it has been my experience when traveling outside the USA that you can pretty much always find a better way. Example, when booking the flight from Lima to Cusco, the tix are $300+ rt. Funny thing is that when you log in to the LAN sight as your country of origin being PERU, the flights are $90 round trip. Is this a clue as to how I am to be treated in Peru?

    My schedule will be a little flexible and I think the 2 day hike you describe sounds attractive. I would love to camp at least one night under the stars! But I'm seeing $500 for tours! Once in Aguas Calientes or any of the other nearby towns, do you really need to book a guide in advance? I'm a moderately seasoned traveler and make friends pretty easily. I'm just wondering if I am deluding myself into believing I can make this happen on the fly.

    On the MP / Inca Trail front: If you have time constraints but want a non-rushed experience, I recommend the two day trip I did to MP out of Cusco. Day 1 was early bus to Ollantaytambo, train to km104, then full day hike on the Camino Sacgrado (Sacred Trail) to Chachabamba, Wiñaywayna, Inti Punku, and MP before overnight in AC. Day 2 we toured MP, hiked up to Waynapicchu (no guide) , and relaxed in town before taking the 5pm train back to Cusco. You have to use a guide on the Inca Trail and I was happy with my SAS experience.[/QUOTE]

  13. #254

    MP in 2 Days

    I did the 4 day trek to MP.

    I completely agree that the 2 day option would be perfectly fine and you would get most of the Inca Trail feel without having to do the extra days.

    As a keen walker the 4 day hike was actually pretty easy. But we were very very lucky with the weather (no rain even though it was January and middle of the wet season).

  14. #253

    Flights to Cusco / 2 day MP option

    Quote Originally Posted by Bret M69  [View Original Post]
    Aguas Calientes Massage / Flights to Cusco / 2 day MP option
    Separated the travel stuff but forgot to erase that part of the title:

    Flights to Cusco: I flew Peruvian Airlines as the tickets were much cheaper than LAN but had a couple of issues to report. I stopped by their Miraflores office to confirm my flight a couple of days in advance and learned that they had cancelled my flight and they had re-booked me on their last flight of the day (9:30am). I hope they would have contacted me. Given I had fairly tight timelines, I had them rebook me on their early 5:45am flight. By printing boarding passes ahead of time at their office, I was able to show up at the airport at 4:45am instead of 3:45am. Once at the airport, due to weather in Cusco, all non-LAN flights were delayed (including TACA, Peruvian Airlines, Star Peru and one other very small outfit). Apparently only LAN has the instrumentation to fly to Cusco in poor visibility. However, about 3 hours later, things improved and Peruvian Airlines was the first plane out. They have nice planes and good service. However, if you have very tight timelines, paying LAN their ransom may be worth it.

    On the MP / Inca Trail front: If you have time constraints but want a non-rushed experience, I recommend the two day trip I did to MP out of Cusco. Day 1 was early bus to Ollantaytambo, train to km104, then full day hike on the Camino Sacgrado (Sacred Trail) to Chachabamba, Wiñaywayna, Inti Punku, and MP before overnight in AC. Day 2 we toured MP, hiked up to Waynapicchu (no guide) , and relaxed in town before taking the 5pm train back to Cusco. You have to use a guide on the Inca Trail and I was happy with my SAS experience.

  15. #252

    Aguas Calientes Massage / Flights to Cusco / 2 day MP option

    my schedule did not allow me to explore the limited p4p options in cusco.

    massages in aguas calientes:

    - better quality and somewhat more sensual offering (still no he) than in cusco but a little more expensive.

    - they asked for s / 60 per hour but easily negotiated that to s / 60 for 90 min (busy week during low season)

    - rooms were smaller, more private, and more comfortable than cusco.

    - in cusco they asked me to keep my underwear on but here i just took everything off and lay on the table. they'll drape you with a very warm blanket but did not have a problem when i pushed the draping down my thighs for open exposure when doing my back / ass or when i pulled it up when doing my legs. draping when face up was done much more carefully and they did not massage the abdomen so it's just the legs face up.

    from pachacutec (main road – go east / up from main square) :

    mayta capac / 2nd road (to the right)

    - massage spa santi (next to hostal john)

    - therapist here was very cute in 20's.

    - minimal contact and no indication of anything else available.

    yahuar huaca / 4th road (to the right)

    - therapist here was in 30's and likely a mother. moderately attractive.

    - when face down, treated my balls as if they were simply an extension of my legs with extensive attention.

    - face up, much more cautious, unlikely anything more possible given family can walk in and out of the room.

    - saw her twice with similar results.

    not the he experience we all would love to find on the gringo trail but definitely more interesting than i expected.

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