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  1. #4892
    PSA. I am in Lima now, take the suggestions below and exchange dollars. ATMs are a huge pain in the ass with low limits and high fees.

  2. #4891
    Quote Originally Posted by DownUnderMonger  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for the information JJ.

    One thing I'm worried about the Selva is the heat, and the lack of creature comforts. I couldn't find any baos turcos or anything else exciting. Guessing it would be hard to get things to a place with no roads. Saw a few reviews about small chongos in Iquitos but nothing bigger than 24 rooms.

    Have you been to Ecuador? Is the chongo system the same up there? Calle 18 sounds like an interesting place, the Ecuador forum is just dead though.
    Be more worried about the mosquitoes and the water. Most mid-price to high-price hotels in Iquitos and Pucallpa have air conditioning. In fact, as posted by Sly One in the Iquitos thread (http://www.internationalsexguide.nl/...=1#post1990756), the main requirement for picking a hotel is air conditioning and a swimming pool.

    I don't know of any sauna there but, then, I've only traveled to the selva as a tourist and with my wife, so I didn't really have the chance to look for it. In any case, it would surprise me to find a sauna in Iquitos, when just staying out of the air conditioning will have you sweating like a horse faster than any steam room ha ha ha. Actually, just before writing this, I checked on Google "sauna iquitos", "spa masajes iquitos", "sauna pucallpa", "spa masajes pucallpa". And got quite some hits. Although I really don't have any other intel about those places.

    However, and this cannot be repeated enough, do carry gallons of mosquito repellent and be extremely careful with local water.

    As for Ecuador, I'm sorry but I have no idea. I've only been there once for a few days as a fishmeal expert consultant. But I was taken from the airport to an isolated beach hotel near Posorja (a minuscule fishermen's town close to Salinas) and was driven every day from my hotel to the fish meal plant and back. So I really didn't have the chance to explore. All I know about Ecuadorian girls is that they are, ethnically, very similar to Peruvians, that there used to be lots and lots of them in Las Cucardas and El Trocadero where they have been more recently displaced by the Venezuelans.

    J. J.

  3. #4890
    Thanks for the information JJ.

    One thing I'm worried about the Selva is the heat, and the lack of creature comforts. I couldn't find any baos turcos or anything else exciting. Guessing it would be hard to get things to a place with no roads. Saw a few reviews about small chongos in Iquitos but nothing bigger than 24 rooms.

    Have you been to Ecuador? Is the chongo system the same up there? Calle 18 sounds like an interesting place, the Ecuador forum is just dead though.

    Quote Originally Posted by JackJericho  [View Original Post]
    Regarding Pucallpa, and also Iquitos, Chachapoyas, Tarapoto Tingo Maria and all "selva" cities in general, I have no real intel, never been in a chongo there. From what I'm told there are a few, small and very low quality. The reason is because charapas (selva women) are not only very open minded regarding sex, but also really really horny so you don't really have to pay for sex; or, if you pay, you do it with a girl you met at a disco or at a bar or at a restaurant or at pretty much any public place. Of course you have to flirt a little (not too much, really) and have a liking for the charapa type and the charapa ways (I do, by the way), but charapas are generally considered the horniest women in Peru. There is a saying claiming that charapas are like tin roof plates, if you don't "nail" them well, they fly away pretty fast.

    J. J.

  4. #4889
    Quote Originally Posted by SlickRich33  [View Original Post]
    Hey Downunder,

    I wanted tell ya! Damn! This is some good Intel on these chongos! There are more chongos than you can shake your dick at! Wow! The next time I return, depending on how time I have, I will at least check out Pucallpa, and Chiclayo. I want check out Las Sirenitas at night. I would like sip on a couple of beers as I enjoy the strip show there. In Arequipa wow! Did not know the Chongos there were illegal! This was back in 2008 when I went there. The chongo was definitely low quality. All the locals there looking at me. I want to go to Tacna to check out Las Sirenitas and revisit Las Cucardas!
    Well, there is something you all should understand about prostitution in Peru. Prostitution is legal but proxenetism is not, and the law defines proxenetism as "to benefit from the sexual commerce of third party persons", and that allows for a very wide field of interpretation. In principle, anyone opening a chongo is "benefiting from the sexual commerce of third party persons" so. How can be legal prostitution exercised? This is how: A chongo is a local business and, as all and any business that is open to the public, they need an "operating license" issued by the local government (municipalidad). All legal chongos have a valid license for which they pay the local government a yearly fee and are controlled by the public health authorities.

    Now, the people (and their authorities) in the northern half of the Peruvian coast are way more open minded, when it comes to prostitution, than the people of the southern coast. And the Arequipenos are the less open minded off them all. Tacna is a notorious exception and I think it is because of its proximity to Arica (Chile) where prostitution is prohibited. So that is why there are no legal chongos in Arequipa, the local authorities simply refuse to issue the operating license. The chongos you find there are small illegal joints with no sanitary control of any kind because, obviously, nobody is going to invest any money in a business that can be closed at any moment and survives only by bribing the authorities.

    Regarding Pucallpa, and also Iquitos, Chachapoyas, Tarapoto Tingo Maria and all "selva" cities in general, I have no real intel, never been in a chongo there. From what I'm told there are a few, small and very low quality. The reason is because charapas (selva women) are not only very open minded regarding sex, but also really really horny so you don't really have to pay for sex; or, if you pay, you do it with a girl you met at a disco or at a bar or at a restaurant or at pretty much any public place. Of course you have to flirt a little (not too much, really) and have a liking for the charapa type and the charapa ways (I do, by the way), but charapas are generally considered the horniest women in Peru. There is a saying claiming that charapas are like tin roof plates, if you don't "nail" them well, they fly away pretty fast.

    J. J.

  5. #4888
    Quote Originally Posted by DownUnderMonger  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for that Jack.

    I think somewhere on the North Coast seems to be the best option.

    There's a direct flight from Santiago to Trujillo on JetSmart (Flight from Australia goes to Santiago), and I'm still to explore Puira and Sulliana.

    Though I did read about how scam-happy Tumbes is, hopefully, that is the only town like that up there.

    Otherwise, it will be a town / city between Chimbote and Lima where Lima is in easy reach, although a 180 degree bus cama isn't too expensive either from further north.
    Chimbote, of course, that was a huge oversight! In my post I forgot chongo Tres Cabezas (former Casa Rosada) in Chimbote, great place. We have to consider Chimbote in the "Other than Lima" category, right after Tacna and before Piura.

    There is not really a good chongo in Sullana. Quite some years ago they opened Molino Rojo; new, clean pretty much like a smaller "Las Sirenitas" and they had a good start but, somehow they lost momentum, started losing their best girls, failed to attract new good ones and, the last time I was there, two thirds of the rooms were empty and I found the few girls present quite unattractive, but that can change anytime since the infrastructure is there and is good. All the chongos there are in the road between Piura and Sullana; El Siete and El Siete_y_Medio are close to Piura (side by side), La Colmena is across the road, a few yards closer to Piura, and Molino Rojo is in the same road but close to Sullana. You can visit all four in one day if you start early (I've done it).

    J. J.

  6. #4887
    Yeah with Arequipa out, the south becomes pretty barren, not worth the crazy mountain roads in and out of Arequipa. I'll do a trip to Pisco from Lima via Caņete and Lurin, but that's as far as I'll go. If I want to go to Tacna again, I'll fly.

    Plus I don't want to repeat Ica, with only one chongo in town with no cover charge, the place becomes a free peep-show shit-show.

    Quote Originally Posted by SlickRich33  [View Original Post]
    Hey Downunder,

    I wanted tell ya! Damn! This is some good Intel on these chongos! There are more chongos than you can shake your dick at! Wow! The next time I return, depending on how time I have, I will at least check out Pucallpa, and Chiclayo. I want check out Las Sirenitas at night. I would like sip on a couple of beers as I enjoy the strip show there. In Arequipa wow! Did not know the Chongos there were illegal! This was back in 2008 when I went there. The chongo was definitely low quality. All the locals there looking at me. I want to go to Tacna to check out Las Sirenitas and revisit Las Cucardas!

  7. #4886

    You can't be scared!

    I wish there was more post on the Troc, Cucardas, and now, Las Sirenitas! But I just have to deal with reality! Why? There are no Americans going to these places! Why? Cause these places are in the hood! I guess people see these places and be like. Fuck that!

    Los Olivos is on the rough side! I would slightly be worried there at night! I feel OK at Las Cucardas cause I been there about a 100 times! I've gotten used to the area. But I just have to realize Americans and other foreigners just ain't trying to hang in the hood!

  8. #4885

    BB blowjob

    Hey Downunder!

    I want to tell ya. I kinda ashamed to say, I got my first BBBJ from an old grandma working there on the upper floor at the Troc. I must have drunk too much! The BBBJ was just OK. I know I could have done a better job at negotiating gesh! My fault was I stop to talk to her. She grabbed me by the arm and became aggressive!

    It was 60 soles for the BBBJ. WTF!

  9. #4884

    Chongos Galore!

    Quote Originally Posted by DownUnderMonger  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for that Jack.

    I think somewhere on the North Coast seems to be the best option.

    There's a direct flight from Santiago to Trujillo on JetSmart (Flight from Australia goes to Santiago), and I'm still to explore Puira and Sulliana.

    Though I did read about how scam-happy Tumbes is, hopefully, that is the only town like that up there.

    Otherwise, it will be a town / city between Chimbote and Lima where Lima is in easy reach, although a 180 degree bus cama isn't too expensive either from further north.
    Hey Downunder,

    I wanted tell ya! Damn! This is some good Intel on these chongos! There are more chongos than you can shake your dick at! Wow! The next time I return, depending on how time I have, I will at least check out Pucallpa, and Chiclayo. I want check out Las Sirenitas at night. I would like sip on a couple of beers as I enjoy the strip show there. In Arequipa wow! Did not know the Chongos there were illegal! This was back in 2008 when I went there. The chongo was definitely low quality. All the locals there looking at me. I want to go to Tacna to check out Las Sirenitas and revisit Las Cucardas!

  10. #4883

    Brazilian girls.

    Quote Originally Posted by Polvo  [View Original Post]
    What is the deal with the Brazilians coming in an doubling their prices? Are they all refugees from Help?
    I saw 1 Brazilian girl at Las Sirenitas in Los Olivos. She looked more so like a black girl. I heard her speaking Portuguese. She was just standing around talking to Security. Probably waiting.

    For her shift to start. She was fine with a fat juicy ass. I got excited but, I didn't have much juice left as I Got rocked by a hot Venezuelan there! Those Venezuelan girls still got that passion! If Los Olivos wasn't so far, I would have came back for the same Venezuelan girl at least 3 times! I did have a hot session with another Venezuelan at the Troc too!

  11. #4882
    Thanks for that Jack.

    I think somewhere on the North Coast seems to be the best option.

    There's a direct flight from Santiago to Trujillo on JetSmart (Flight from Australia goes to Santiago), and I'm still to explore Puira and Sulliana.

    Though I did read about how scam-happy Tumbes is, hopefully, that is the only town like that up there.

    Otherwise, it will be a town / city between Chimbote and Lima where Lima is in easy reach, although a 180 degree bus cama isn't too expensive either from further north.

    Quote Originally Posted by JackJericho  [View Original Post]
    It all comes to your definition of "small town". Cuzco Tacna and Arequipa, as well as Chiclayo and Pucallpa, are among the 10 biggest cities (other than Lima) in Peru.

    If for "small town" we mean "less than 100,000 inhabitants", I'd had to say the best are Huaral (chongo Las Visitadoras), Barranca (chongo El Totoral) and maybe Ilo (chongo El Escorpion) although it is not that good.

    If we go for "less than 200,000 inhabitants" We'd have to add Huacho (chongo El Manzano), and Pisco (chongos Villa Hermosa and Sauce Blanco, both next to each other).

    But if we settle for just "other than Lima" I'd had to say Trujillo; there is El Milagro and El Quinto Patio (sharing the same parking lot as El Botecito and El Trocadero in Callao), there is Baha Rosa and Pantaleon in the same quality level of Las Sirenitas in Lima and very close (half an hour by car) in the minuscule town of Laredo there is the new Kamasutra VIP. Then there is Chiclayo with Las Poncianas, Tacna with Las Sirenitas and Las Cucardas and Piura with El Siete, El Siete y Medio and La Colmena, in that order.

    Forget Arequipa. There is no legal brothel in Arequipa so the only chongos there are small, dirty and very low quality, illegal joints. Guys must travel to the nearby cities of Pedregal, Camana or Mollendo to find a low-quality but legally established small chongo. There are good chongos in Cuzco, Puno, Cajamarca and Huancayo too, but those are high altitude cities (a hard call for your hearth and your lungs to enjoy a chongo at an altitude of 9,000 feet or higher), and their chongos are not as good as the ones in Trujillo, Chiclayo or Tacna.

    Of course, good, regular or bad is all a matter of perception and I've not traveled to all and every city in Peru, but this in my opinion based on the places I've visited at least once.

    J. J.

  12. #4881

    Soles and dollars

    Casinos usually give you the best rate.

    Now at 3. 37.

    Just keep away from the tables and you are ok.

    Later.

    Quote Originally Posted by MadMan19  [View Original Post]
    Just changed 10 of them at the airport last night for 3.16 soles per usd, I thought it would be higher. Only here a short time so valued the convenience.

    Enjoying las chicas de Lima, more later.

  13. #4880

    Money changers.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    What places are you talking about where you put money into a slot? I always thought it was best to exchange money with the people around town with the green vests on.
    All thru Miraflores there are these little store fronts with glass booths where you put your bills in a slot or opening and they almost right away give you your soles at a very good rate.

    As far as those green vest money changers I only saw a few near the movie house at the end of Parke Kennedy.

  14. #4879

    $100's

    Just changed 10 of them at the airport last night for 3.16 soles per usd, I thought it would be higher. Only here a short time so valued the convenience.

    Enjoying las chicas de Lima, more later.

  15. #4878

    $100 bills

    Hi Polvo,

    It is good to hear from you again!

    As John G. Described, it is ok to bring $100 bills, up to $10,000 I believe, before you have to disclose it at the airport.
    If you are staying for a while, it is better you open a local acct at a bank, with a "no charge once a month attention at the counter", and make a significant deposit. Then you can use their Debit card to withdraw you money at any time you want without any charges, otherwise the regular ATM withdraws are limited to $400 and they charge you about $5 for ea withdraw.

    The forum has suffered a mix of reactions but finally I believe things are back to normal again, regarding David and possible consequences to those who knew him, so I hope we'll be "seeing" you and sharing your experiences.

    Prices at the 69 and similar spots 9 are way high, but offer and demand usually sets the going rates.

    The old bait and switch and same old, same old mechanical, pro hit-and-run. Never go away.

    Hope you have a nice time on your return to Lima!!

    Later.

    Quote Originally Posted by Polvo  [View Original Post]
    Jockey16 - I am one of those who headed for the hills. Even now I use a double spoof just to get on this specific forum (Peru). David was a good friend despite his complications.

    I have a couple of questions as I am likely heading back there soon. 1) Are they still shy about accepting $100 bills and new (unmarked) $20 are still the best way; and 2) I hear prices at 69 had gone berserk very recently. Have you any intel on that?

    Thanks.

    Polvo.

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