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  1. #236
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Enternational
    After I could not find the place on Garcilaso I asked the first taxi driver that pulled up if there were any chongos in the area. He said yes and it would be 7 soles to take me and my wingman there. We hopped in the ride. After a few minutes I started seeing signs that said San Sebastian. Having had the info from Civid's post with me I asked him if we were going to San Tutis. He said yes.

    We finally pulled up into the compound. There was an open gate leading to a cobblestone road with a guard sitting in a shack. When we got to the top of the hill we turned right and went through another open gate. And there it was. It appeared to be an old motel. Each of the 39 doors (I walked around and counted while waiting for my wingman to finish up) had S/15 painted on it in big letters. If anyone has ever been to Las Cucardas in Lima then it is pretty much the same deal, only it was on the outside, it was cheaper, and there was no cover charge. The driver did wait for us to finish although as Civid reported there were other taxis there as well.
    Actually more closer to the Trocadero for those have have been. A good place to convince a chica to take the night off and hang with you if the session is good (next night, of course). I had a great session there, and the chica was more than thrilled to spent TLN with me for 60 bucks than have to bang 11 guys for that kind of money....

  2. #235

    Chica Friendly

    As soon as I got back from Machu Picchu it started raining. The van driver let us out at Plaza San Francisco about 5pm. We had to walk around and look for a place to stay. While my wingman was looking for a 4 star hotel I only needed a hostel or cheap hotel seeing that we would only be here until tomorrow morning. Every place that I found that was decent said that I could not bring guests. Finally I got so fed up with walking in the rain with my bags that I settled on this place. Cusco Plaza II. I was really disappointed that I would not be able to bring anyone because I was hoping to get a S/30 massage after walking around Machu Picchu all day. As for mongering, I knew that I would be looking for an on-site service center. I am pretty satisfied with the room although wifi is only in the common area downstairs. But for US$25 you can't beat it with a stick.

  3. #234
    Quote Originally Posted by Civid
    So while in a taxi I ask the driver if there are any chongos (brothels) in Cusco. Of course he responds yes and tells me about a place in San Sebastian, just outside Cusco. He also mentions the previously mentioned expensive clubs but I tell him I want to check this place in San Sebastian.

    The place is called San Tutis (or San Tutas). It is located in a neighborhood called San Sebastion about 10 minutes outside of the center of Cusco. You drive in to a little compound and there are about 50 doors for rooms where the girls work out of. You walk around and check out the chicas, pick the one you want and go in her room. The price - 15 soles!

    The taxi driver was great to, he walked around with me giving me his opiniones on the chicas he knew, and waited for me to take me back to town. Though there were plenty of other taxis there waiting if your taxi doesnīt want to wait.

    The taxi asked for 14 soles for there and back. I gave him 20 for hanging out and waiting.

    So 20 soles for taxi and 15 soles for chica. 35 soles total!!! So for future mongerers just ask a taxi to take you to the San Tutis (or San Tutas) chongo in San Sebastian.
    After I could not find the place on Garcilaso I asked the first taxi driver that pulled up if there were any chongos in the area. He said yes and it would be 7 soles to take me and my wingman there. We hopped in the ride. After a few minutes I started seeing signs that said San Sebastian. Having had the info from Civid's post with me I asked him if we were going to San Tutis. He said yes.

    We finally pulled up into the compound. There was an open gate leading to a cobblestone road with a guard sitting in a shack. When we got to the top of the hill we turned right and went through another open gate. And there it was. It appeared to be an old motel. Each of the 39 doors (I walked around and counted while waiting for my wingman to finish up) had S/15 painted on it in big letters. If anyone has ever been to Las Cucardas in Lima then it is pretty much the same deal, only it was on the outside, it was cheaper, and there was no cover charge. The driver did wait for us to finish although as Civid reported there were other taxis there as well.

  4. #233
    Quote Originally Posted by Civid
    Located on Av Garcilaso between Ave El Sol and Av. Tullumayo. You will see a large yellow gate with a hostal name painted on it. Walk to the gate and to the right you will see a small alley with the entrance to the hostal on your left. Chicas 25 soles and room 5 - 10 soles.
    About 9pm I went walking to look for this place but did not see any yellow gate with any hostal name painted on it. There was a security guard at a restaurant on Tullumayo right off of Garcilaso. I asked him about it but he had no idea. Maybe this place has closed down.

  5. #232

    Place to eat Chi Cha

    Place to eat Chi Cha, call and make a reservation or you be waiting in the bar to be seated for some time.

  6. #231

    LAN versus TACA Cusco Flights fo LIMA.

    TACA morning flight claim weather condition for delay in the mean time two LAN left for LIMA. Hard to explain what went wrong with TACA on this day. 81% percent rating for being on time for this segment.

    Quote Originally Posted by Xpartan
    Thanks a lot, Yujin.

  7. #230
    Thanks a lot, Yujin.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yujin
    I was told that flights out of Cusco oftentimes get delayed or canceled because of fog; however, flights can also get canceled for no apparent reason.

    On my last trip, I had a late morning flight from Cusco. Lima. It was a clear and sunny day so there was no weather issues for a flight delay. When I tried to check-in, I was told that the flight was canceled and I had been re-booked for a flight the next day. LAN Peru offered to pay for my hotel room in Cusco for another night. I pointed outside to the clear skies and asked why my flight was canceled. The agent just shrugged her shoulder.

    I then told the agent that I needed to leave today since I had a connecting flight out of Lima to Houston. If I couldn't make my connecting flight, LAN Peru needed to re-book that flight and possibly put me up in a hotel in Lima.

    The agent asked to see my flight itinerary to confirm that I had a connecting flight. The agent then "bumped" a passenger off the Cusco. Arequipa flight (which interestingly departed about the same time as my original flight) which continued on to Lima. I made my connecting flight back home, but it was without some pleading.

    I was told by someone that LAN Peru planes are always in constant use. If there's a mechanical problem or scheduled maintenance, they have no back-up planes.

    Good luck.

  8. #229

    It's a roll-of-the-dice!

    Quote Originally Posted by Xpartan
    Hope you guys will forgive me for somewaht unrelated question: I have a flight Cuzco-Lima (LAN) arriving at 12:40PM, and another one LIM-SJO departing at 2:15PM. I heard that flights on the Lima-Cuzco route frequently get delayed. I do realize there is always risk but bad is it really?

    Thanks.
    I was told that flights out of Cusco oftentimes get delayed or canceled because of fog; however, flights can also get canceled for no apparent reason.

    On my last trip, I had a late morning flight from Cusco. Lima. It was a clear and sunny day so there was no weather issues for a flight delay. When I tried to check-in, I was told that the flight was canceled and I had been re-booked for a flight the next day. LAN Peru offered to pay for my hotel room in Cusco for another night. I pointed outside to the clear skies and asked why my flight was canceled. The agent just shrugged her shoulder.

    I then told the agent that I needed to leave today since I had a connecting flight out of Lima to Houston. If I couldn't make my connecting flight, LAN Peru needed to re-book that flight and possibly put me up in a hotel in Lima.

    The agent asked to see my flight itinerary to confirm that I had a connecting flight. The agent then "bumped" a passenger off the Cusco. Arequipa flight (which interestingly departed about the same time as my original flight) which continued on to Lima. I made my connecting flight back home, but it was without some pleading.

    I was told by someone that LAN Peru planes are always in constant use. If there's a mechanical problem or scheduled maintenance, they have no back-up planes.

    Good luck.

  9. #228
    Quote Originally Posted by Bucanero
    The girls around Plaza de Armas (and in other locations as well) only offer regular massages. ....
    There are at least two nightclubs in Cusco but they are not advertised anywhere....
    Thanks for the fast response. I will be sure to report back if and when I find these places..

  10. #227

    Are delays on Cuzco-Lima route likely?

    Hope you guys will forgive me for somewaht unrelated question: I have a flight Cuzco-Lima (LAN) arriving at 12:40PM, and another one LIM-SJO departing at 2:15PM. I heard that flights on the Lima-Cuzco route frequently get delayed. I do realize there is always risk but bad is it really?

    Thanks.

  11. #226
    Quote Originally Posted by Floyd Dylan
    Anyone know what's up with those girls around Plaza de Armas who are constantly offering massages? I assume it's cheap and probably not a great massage, but are there extras on offer..?

    Also - any strip clubs in Cusco? Or isn't that really a Peruvian thing?

    Cheers
    The girls around Plaza de Armas (and in other locations as well) only offer regular massages. No extras, unfortunately. I tried one of them two weeks ago, when I was in Cusco but she made very clear that she did not offer any sexual services. I suppose that it is the same with the other girls.

    There are at least two nightclubs in Cusco but they are not advertised anywhere. In fact, they are quite hidden. One is called Casanova, rather centrally located in a small side street (passaje Grace), almost opposite to Qoricancha. There is no sign and they open late, I think 23:00. The entrance is a metal door and you only know that there is a nightclub because there a few security guys hanging around in front of it. There is also a blue lightbar above the door.

    The other nightclub in Cusco that I know of is called Noika. It is very close to the Pachacutek monument (a bit farther from the town center) but again, there are no signs, which makes it difficult to locate the place. Anyway, most taxi drivers will know how to bring you there although I found that some of them play completely stupid when being asked for nightclubs, chicas, chongos, etc. Donīt know why.

  12. #225
    Anyone know what's up with those girls around Plaza de Armas who are constantly offering massages? I assume it's cheap and probably not a great massage, but are there extras on offer..?

    Also - any strip clubs in Cusco? Or isn't that really a Peruvian thing?

    Cheers

  13. #224

    Blue

    Just remember to have a blue pill with you all of the time for emergency. Happends to me once in a blue moon.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainNemo
    I really want to check out clubs in Cusco. With so many tourist chicks in this town, this should be a good hunting ground.

    I hit about 3 bar/clubs on the main plaza every night. But I could not stay late since I had to get up early to be a good tourist.

    I decided to stay out late in my last night in Cusco. I need to make something happening. I hopped around these 3 bars from 10pm and start drinking. Not much happen before 12:30am.

    Finally, I made an eye contact with a girl in one of bars. I just grabbed her to dance. Her name is Maria. Maria is a student from Cusco and 18 years old. I brought her a drink.

    I started my usual bullshit talk with girls. Maria did not allow me to kiss her. Ok, let's get the second drink. I also brought her friend a drink. When we sat on the sofa, I had my hands moving freely on both of their butts. I still worked on the kiss. Maria won't give up and keep telling me that we need to know each other better and she is not "gringa". Well, I tried to know her better by kissing her. When her friend left us alone, Maria allowed me to play with her nipper a bit. It is big. Me like it. I keep up with bullshit talk. I told her that I want to kiss her and fuck her right here and right now because she is so hot.

    Maria suggested we should go to her house. She lives with her brother's family. I had drunk a lot so far but my head was clear. I certainly will not go to some Cusco home with a girl I just met. I asked Maria what we would do at her home. She said that we could go to sleep together and no sex since her family would be there. No, I told her that I didn't want to go because I wanted to fuck her. And I didn't want to take her back to my hotel since I was going to leave in the morning (I told her that I had 2 more days in Cusco). It would be difficult to get ride of her at 9AM. Of course, I did not tell her that. I just said that my hotel probably won't allow her to stay.

    By now, she gave me some light kiss. I still played with her nippers. I tried to get her hand on my hardon. She refused to do it. I was quite a charmer, wasn't I? Hahaha.

    Finally she asked if we could leave the place.

    So, we got out the bar at 3:30AM and had no idea where to go. We hopped into a taxi and asked for a hotel. The taxi found a one star hotel for us. We got a room for 150S (I didn't care how much it costs). I got naked quickly. She tried to keep the cloths on because we were going to just sleep together. Fuck that. I started to touch her and kiss her. After a bit work, Finally, I got her naked too. It was hard work no less.

    One problem, we did not have any condom. Well, Ok, we were going to just sleep now. So, I played with her pussy to dizzy off. Maria could not take it and wanted to fuck now. She put the cloth back now. Maria actually went out and asked the hotel guy for one condom.

    Now, we tried to fuck. But once the condom was on, my dick could not keep it hard enough. Maria tried to hump on me but it did not work. It must be all the drinks I had. Hahah. I did not even bother to ask for a blowjob since she hardly wanted to kiss. Too much hard work for a fuck already.

    We gave up having sex and just tried to sleep. But it was very difficult to sleep because of traffic noise. Now it was early morning already. Finally, I got my cloths on and left the room. She was still asleep when I left. Now, it was 6AM.

    I went back to my hotel and took a shower. I rested for 2 hours before hitting the airport. At the airport, I deleted her number from my phone. What a night in Cusco!

    It was fun.

  14. #223
    Well my comment was "tongue in cheek", but the altitude can sap oneīs energy.

  15. #222
    I had hardon all night. It can not be altitude. It was drinks, and the fact that I had to do so much hard work turning me off about her at the end.

    Quote Originally Posted by David_33
    Might have been the altitude.

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