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  1. #251

    Small Update

    Loads of massage girls in Cuzco but they only do real massage (the kind for perverts, with no happy ending). It is very dissapointing and they are missing out on so many upsell opportunities!

    Went out to San Tutas as explained in a prvious post (past San Sebastien). It is about 20 minutes and 7 soles in a cab. What a bizarre place! It is a kind of courtyard with doors behind which women wait. The place was PACKED with guys when I went and they would line up outside the best loking girls doors waiting for thier turn. Nasty man! They would all be trying to look through the door cracks and windows to see when the previous guy was finished so they could get their turn.

    The place was very safe and even had security / police guards. I could not imagin anything at all pleasurable happening there and guys al looking through the cracks to see when you are finished.

    Its surprising really given the huge amount of tourism but as previously mentioned Cusco is a bit of a wasteland for the monger. Amazing city though from a culrural and "chilling out" perspective.

  2. #250

    Mongering in Peru while on the Gringo trail

    Did Peru a few months ago, but mainly to do some touristy stuff rather than for mongering.

    Managed to find a local girl through MSN that was happy to come with me for the trip, one with a decent job that thought it was fun to make a new friend and "show me her beautiful country"... She did pay her own way for most things so was worried it would end up being a "friends only thing" for real, but by the third night we started sleeping in the same hotel room finally after a boozy evening out.

    I really think that if you plan to do the gringo trail it is possible to find a local girl to come with you for the trip if you invest a bit of time and try to find them through either facebook, MSN, or whatever. Give Craigslist and all the "tour guides" on there a skip.

    I think that local mongering options are possible along the gringo trail, especially in the bigger places like Cuzco, Arequipa, Puno, but most tours head out early in the morning so difficult to do a lot of playing at night so think that it is a BYOP type of thing unless you plan to do the trail slowly.

    I did also find both my sexual appetite and stamina pretty badly impacted by being at high altitude up in the mountains, so do bring a good supply of viagra until you adjust to the altitude...

  3. #249
    San Tutis sound amazing! Whats do the girls look like? Anyone get some pics?

  4. #248
    Quote Originally Posted by Slick Rich33
    Next time. I'll be more selective. The girl I had was the least attractive in the club, but the most aggressive, as soon as I entered the place she was on me like a cheap suit, having spent all day in the Sacred Valley of the Incas I was tired. Not being mentally Prepared for this, she grabbed my hand and took me to a seat in the back of the club where she got me to order expensive drinks for me and her! She pretended to be hot and ready for sex and gave me a DFK! This was not the girl for me so I wanted to give her the slip. I told her that I wanted to go the rest room to take a [CodeWord140], that was my chance to escape! When I walk out the restroom she was right there waiting for me like a Armed Security Guard Shhhiiittt no chance for escape! It was like she new I would walk out! So I told her lets go, back to the hostel we go. Back in the room her performance was Very poor, and she even caught a bad attitude for some reason. I got my nut and I was done for the night. The guy at the front desk said"Daaammmm she was Ugly, in Cusco you can do much better", Thats what I get for being a Nice and not saying NOOOO!
    Best Bar/Strip Club Stratagy

    In these type of places.

    1. Ignore any chicas attentions.

    2. Outright reject any walk-ups by saying "No gracias."

    As a general rule, the aggressive chicas are the ones you want to most avoid as they are the hardened pros or the ugly ones.

    3. You are, should ideally, be looking for cute out-of-town girls or students looking to supplement their income (and there are plenty of those in Peru).

    Sly

  5. #247

    Other P4P options

    Hi All, There are some other options besides Decamaron and San Tutis. I went to a club called La Noika which is a bar fine club. I think the fine is about 50 soles/and for the girl I paid her S/150. Next time. I'll be more selective. The girl I had was the least attractive in the club, but the most aggressive, as soon as I entered the place she was on me like a cheap suit, having spent all day in the Sacred Valley of the Incas I was tired. Not being mentally Prepared for this, she grabbed my hand and took me to a seat in the back of the club where she got me to order expensive drinks for me and her! She pretended to be hot and ready for sex and gave me a DFK! This was not the girl for me so I wanted to give her the slip. I told her that I wanted to go the rest room to take a [CodeWord140], that was my chance to escape! When I walk out the restroom she was right there waiting for me like a Armed Security Guard Shhhiiittt no chance for escape! It was like she new I would walk out! So I told her lets go, back to the hostel we go. Back in the room her performance was Very poor, and she even caught a bad attitude for some reason. I got my nut and I was done for the night. The guy at the front desk said"Daaammmm she was Ugly, in Cusco you can do much better", Thats what I get for being a Nice and not saying NOOOO!

    P.S. I came accross some other clubs and forgot there names, It was late Saturday night going into Sunday Morning So everything was pretty much dead! One club had 2 girls laying on a couch, thay looked lazy. The club manager knowing that I was a Tourist told me that It was a $100 for the girl, and $50 dollars U. S for Him WTF!

  6. #246

    Wayna Pichu to Pichu Pichu (peak)

    Walk on the trail of Wayna Pichu to Pichu Pichu (Peak) is good idea to go with the guide. Guide has the coca leaves to minimize the elevation effects. Bring water, snack & camera for a small picnic at the peak (Pichu Pichu)

    Quote Originally Posted by Mario Ramos
    I took the trip this Wednesday. From Cuzco to Piscacucho on a minivan (from PeruRail) around 2 and a half hours and them the train to Aguas Calientes, another 1 and a half hour. Best option is to stay a night in Aguas Calientes and do the visit first thing in the morning. If you do it all in one day (like I did) it's a very long day and most of it just travelling. Also if you’re planning on climbing the Wayna Pichu you have to be there pretty early because there is a limit on the number of visitors ( 400 I think)

  7. #245

    Cuzco to Machu Picchu

    I took the trip this Wednesday. From Cuzco to Piscacucho on a minivan (from PeruRail) around 2 and a half hours and them the train to Aguas Calientes, another 1 and a half hour. Best option is to stay a night in Aguas Calientes and do the visit first thing in the morning. If you do it all in one day (like I did) it's a very long day and most of it just travelling. Also if you’re planning on climbing the Wayna Pichu you have to be there pretty early because there is a limit on the number of visitors ( 400 I think)

  8. #244
    As of last week, trains are running from Aguas Calientes to Piscacucho. We had to take a bus (provided by Inca Rail) from Piscacucho to Ollantaytambo where my ride back to Cuzco was waiting.

  9. #243

    Cusco

    Guys,

    Thanks for the info.

    NOQ

  10. #242
    Quote Originally Posted by Noqrtr61
    Hola,

    Anybody have an update on the status of the railroad repairs from Cusco to MP?

    What do you think the outlook is for June 1 time frame?

    Thanks,

    Noq

    travel.state.gov updates the information as it comes in. I was on the website today for other reasons and came across it.

  11. #241
    Trains supposed to start running again April first. Tourists are visiting MP now going in the back way.

  12. #240

    Railroad to MP

    Hola,

    Anybody have an update on the status of the railroad repairs from Cusco to MP?

    What do you think the outlook is for June 1 time frame?

    Thanks,

    Noq

  13. #239
    Quote Originally Posted by Tomasb
    Hey LB:

    I just received an email from a local gal I know in Cusco and she said things are awful there now. Also, the same for the nearby sacred valley. She noted there are lots of homeless, cold, and hungry people due to the incessant rain. She works for a five star hotel in town that is currently 90% empty and was put on 'vacation' by the hotel until things improve.

    Because Haiti dominates the news in the US, one does not see any information on this situation. Also, my friend mentioned that Ayacucho is in bad shape too.
    Hey Tom, hows the skiing?

    The city of Cusco is fine, although "no tourists"! Either they have canceled their trips or are hanging out in Miraflores.

    Sacred valley is a mess with 2,000+ homes destroyed and the crops as well.
    We are already seeing the price increases in Lima.

    You probably read about the 1500 tourists trapped in aguas calientes (macchu picchu town) that had to be evacuated by helicopter.

    The most optimistic projections call for the railway to be rebuilt in 8 weeks.

    Heard, you are headed to SEA this spring/summer ?

    Do not know if I told you but I have a friend staying at your ex's apartment as the Penthouse is booked till April.

  14. #238

    Update

    Hey LB:

    I just received an email from a local gal I know in Cusco and she said things are awful there now. Also, the same for the nearby sacred valley. She noted there are lots of homeless, cold, and hungry people due to the incessant rain. She works for a five star hotel in town that is currently 90% empty and was put on 'vacation' by the hotel until things improve.

    Because Haiti dominates the news in the US, one does not see any information on this situation. Also, my friend mentioned that Ayacucho is in bad shape too.

  15. #237

    Avoid Cusco for the forseeable future!

    Do to the effects of "El Nino" (worst flooding in 20 years), Anyone with plans to visit there or Machu Picchu in the next few months, should rethink there plans.

    I am scheduled to go the end of June, but will have a "plan B" if the trains are not running.

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