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  1. #496

    Red Shirt Gringo

    Quote Originally Posted by MaraCucho  [View Original Post]
    Going point by point:

    *Is Venezuela open to tourists: I actually do not know how's the current situation. Last night I searched "LOS roques" out of curiosity on twitter and they do seem to be receiving to tourists. I'll try to ask around and see if I can get a more solid answer.

    *Are Americans welcome: Man, 99% of the population don't give a crap about any hostilities our stupid government may have towards the US. Also, the people in the island are super-chill and friendly since their livehood depends almost entirely on the tourists. On the other hand, I think Americans still need a visa to enter Venezuela, I don't recall that situation changing.

    *Low-intermediate spanish: Probably will be enough. Just bear in mind that few people around here speak english. Even people you would assume that *should* be english speakers (like, the person at the counter of a tourist agency), odds are that at best they barely know the language..
    I thought that you would like the red shirt, jajaja. But no prints. Had a class and we did a skit on Venezuelan television journalist and we wore the red shirts. It was during Hugo's time.

    I'm sure that I'll get by with my Spanish. It's actually better for me if nobody or few speak English. I need the total immersion.

    Thanks for all your input MC! I need to check on visa and a few other things. Hasta luego.

  2. #495
    Quote Originally Posted by MaraCucho  [View Original Post]
    Going point by point:

    *Is Venezuela open to tourists: I actually do not know how's the current situation. Last night I searched "LOS roques" out of curiosity on twitter and they do seem to be receiving to tourists. I'll try to ask around and see if I can get a more solid answer.

    *Are Americans welcome: Man, 99% of the population don't give a crap about any hostilities our stupid government may have towards the US. Also, the people in the island are super-chill and friendly since their livehood depends almost entirely on the tourists. On the other hand, I think Americans still need a visa to enter Venezuela, I don't recall that situation changing.

    *Low-intermediate spanish: Probably will be enough. Just bear in mind that few people around here speak english. Even people you would assume that *should* be english speakers (like, the person at the counter of a tourist agency), odds are that at best they barely know the language..
    I am an American citizen.

    Last time I looked, in order for an American citizen to get a visa to visit Venezuela, they need an invitation letter from a citizen of Venezuela. Then they need to meet in person with an official at a Venezuelan Embassy. Many, if not all, Venezuelan Embassies in the USA are closed due to the political situation. I think there might be one open in Texas. Otherwise, he will need to find a Venezuelan Embassy in a third country.

  3. #494
    Quote Originally Posted by ChuchoLoco  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for your excellent response MaraCucho. I have been interested in Venezuela since 6th grade which was in very early 1960's in grade school and then again in 1970 in college. Both times a fellow student, one a boy and the other a girl, both lived there as kids. Father's were petrol engineers a the they loved it and gave me the interest to see for myself. I have also talked and made acquaintances with a few vendors in Medellin who are Venezuelan and my impression has been very positive.

    Is Venezuela open to tourist now with the COVID situation? Would an American be welcomed in the islands since USA is not on friendly terms and lastly is that my Spanish is passable probably low intermediate. Will that be sufficient? I would most likely only visit the islands you have mentioned but am open to suggestions.

    Thanks again! P.S: I have an awesome red shirt. Should I bring it and wear it?
    Going point by point:

    *Is Venezuela open to tourists: I actually do not know how's the current situation. Last night I searched "LOS roques" out of curiosity on twitter and they do seem to be receiving to tourists. I'll try to ask around and see if I can get a more solid answer.

    *Are Americans welcome: Man, 99% of the population don't give a crap about any hostilities our stupid government may have towards the US. Also, the people in the island are super-chill and friendly since their livehood depends almost entirely on the tourists. On the other hand, I think Americans still need a visa to enter Venezuela, I don't recall that situation changing.

    *Low-intermediate spanish: Probably will be enough. Just bear in mind that few people around here speak english. Even people you would assume that *should* be english speakers (like, the person at the counter of a tourist agency), odds are that at best they barely know the language.

    *Suggestions: Well, for pure mongering purposes Caracas is the place. For an actual vacation, I must say that I am not really a beach person, so my favorite is is the Venezuelan Andes region. Be it a city like Merida or small towns such as Timotes or La Puerta, I just love going to those mountains. In theory Canaima at the south east of Venezuela (where things like Roraima and Salto de Angel are located) should be a 10/10 spot, but in reality it is not a very tourist-friendly are, much less nowadays that the government took over the mining of the region (in parternship with the Chinese) and a lot of shady things are going on over there. A shame, really.

    *Red shirt: Hahahaha. You should get it printed with the "ojitos de chavez" or a picture of El Che!

    But seriously, like I said before, I am here to answer any other questions you may have.

  4. #493
    Quote Originally Posted by MaraCucho  [View Original Post]
    Well, I am a venezuelan living in venezuela, so I certainly do know a thing or two about this country, hehehe!

    But now seriously, it's literally been ages since I've been to Margarita, so unfortunately I don't have a lot of direct, current knowledge of how things are there nowdays. Now, about LOS Roques, I visited the island a few years ago while serving as sorta of a guide (but mostly I was there to deal with exchanging dollars to bolivares) to a group of three british tourists, so that I can tell about. First off, LOS Roques is a totally different experience from Margarita, a small archipielago in the Caribbean where 3000-ish people live in town on a tiny island. If you are looking for a comfy, very private beach vacation avoiding the troubles that plage the mainland Venezuela, that's the place. The downside being that, like I mentioned is a small place so night life is very limited and mongering is non-existant. If you want to take a girl there, you will need to contact here beforehand and make the arrangements, but on the other hand I can assure you that if you invite a venezuelan girl to LOS Roques she is going to LOVE you..
    Thanks for your excellent response MaraCucho. I have been interested in Venezuela since 6th grade which was in very early 1960's in grade school and then again in 1970 in college. Both times a fellow student, one a boy and the other a girl, both lived there as kids. Father's were petrol engineers a the they loved it and gave me the interest to see for myself. I have also talked and made acquaintances with a few vendors in Medellin who are Venezuelan and my impression has been very positive.

    Is Venezuela open to tourist now with the COVID situation? Would an American be welcomed in the islands since USA is not on friendly terms and lastly is that my Spanish is passable probably low intermediate. Will that be sufficient? I would most likely only visit the islands you have mentioned but am open to suggestions.

    Thanks again! P.S: I have an awesome red shirt. Should I bring it and wear it?

  5. #492
    Quote Originally Posted by ChuchoLoco  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for clearing things up. I'm too old to go barebones so can you tell me what a decent room would be in Margarita or Los Roques? Would $40-50 a night be enough for a decent room? I'm guessing food would be reasonably priced. Would you go there now? You obviously know Venezuela so your advice will be well taken. My purpose would be to enjoy and relax and meet a girl or two but not all out mongering. My Spanish is decent enough, Mayne low intermediate. Thanks again MC.
    Well, I am a venezuelan living in venezuela, so I certainly do know a thing or two about this country, hehehe!

    But now seriously, it's literally been ages since I've been to Margarita, so unfortunately I don't have a lot of direct, current knowledge of how things are there nowdays. Now, about LOS Roques, I visited the island a few years ago while serving as sorta of a guide (but mostly I was there to deal with exchanging dollars to bolivares) to a group of three british tourists, so that I can tell about. First off, LOS Roques is a totally different experience from Margarita, a small archipielago in the Caribbean where 3000-ish people live in town on a tiny island. If you are looking for a comfy, very private beach vacation avoiding the troubles that plage the mainland Venezuela, that's the place. The downside being that, like I mentioned is a small place so night life is very limited and mongering is non-existant. If you want to take a girl there, you will need to contact here beforehand and make the arrangements, but on the other hand I can assure you that if you invite a venezuelan girl to LOS Roques she is going to LOVE you.

    There are no proper hotels there (building stuff there has a lots of limitations by law), the lodging consisting of several small posadas. The way they explained me things are organized in the island, the posadas are classified as Standard, Intermediate, Superior, and VIP, each one with a jump in price. If you are interested going there, I recommend buying a full package from a local tourist agency that includes everything, since it can be a ***** to find a fligth to LOS Roques (and I mean it, I witnessed a couple of tourists raising some hell in the airport because they thougt it was going to be as simple as buying some tickets at a counter). One that is usually recommended is "viajando a LOS roques", the website should be easy to find using google. I asked them once, and they quoted a stay of 6 days / 5 nights for 2 people including the flight tickets, the prices ranging from $1400 to $2200-ish depending of the posada (I asked for prices to a few intermediate and superior, not any of the VIP posadas).

    Well, not much I can think of to add. If you have any further questions, I'd glady be of help.

  6. #491

    A couple more questions

    Quote Originally Posted by MaraCucho  [View Original Post]
    Well, I am reffering specifically to a ultra-cheap place I have been using recently whenever I go to Caracas, Hotel Yare in sabana grande. The rooms are small andbarebones, and the service is subpar at best and non-existant at worst, but *cheap* it is. I used to stay at another hotel that was a bit better, but nowadays they are charging $20 a night.

    As for our beaches, a problem is that there are indeed plenty of nice beaches in Venezuela, but the tourist infrastructure is not great. Margarita has some great ones, Mochima and Choroni are great too, there is Marrocoy which is pretty awesome, but the absolute place for a beach person is LOS Roques.
    Thanks for clearing things up. I'm too old to go barebones so can you tell me what a decent room would be in Margarita or Los Roques? Would $40-50 a night be enough for a decent room? I'm guessing food would be reasonably priced. Would you go there now? You obviously know Venezuela so your advice will be well taken. My purpose would be to enjoy and relax and meet a girl or two but not all out mongering. My Spanish is decent enough, Mayne low intermediate. Thanks again MC.

  7. #490
    Quote Originally Posted by ChuchoLoco  [View Original Post]
    Well $150 for 2 weeks in a hotel is just over $10 a day. Can't get much cheaper unless it's a hostel for the backpackers.

    What kind of place and where? Where do you like to go there? Any advice would be great too, thanks.

    I've been watching some YouTube videos and they have some awesome beaches on their islands.
    Well, I am reffering specifically to a ultra-cheap place I have been using recently whenever I go to Caracas, Hotel Yare in sabana grande. The rooms are small andbarebones, and the service is subpar at best and non-existant at worst, but *cheap* it is. I used to stay at another hotel that was a bit better, but nowadays they are charging $20 a night.

    As for our beaches, a problem is that there are indeed plenty of nice beaches in Venezuela, but the tourist infrastructure is not great. Margarita has some great ones, Mochima and Choroni are great too, there is Marrocoy which is pretty awesome, but the absolute place for a beach person is LOS Roques.

  8. #489

    Two weeks hotel for $150?

    Quote Originally Posted by MaraCucho  [View Original Post]
    Now, not everything is good news for the potential traveller. A consequence of these policies is that, since the use of the american dollar has been normalized, it has also lost some value. To illustrate the point, back in 2016 I spent a month in Caracas doing business, and I covered absolutely all my expenses (including two visits to a "studio" that was near my hotel) with $150. Nowadays, if I tried to do the same, those $150 would only pay for two weeks on the same hotel, nothing else.
    Well $150 for 2 weeks in a hotel is just over $10 a day. Can't get much cheaper unless it's a hostel for the backpackers.

    What kind of place and where? Where do you like to go there? Any advice would be great too, thanks.

    I've been watching some YouTube videos and they have some awesome beaches on their islands.

  9. #488
    Quote Originally Posted by Quagmire1974  [View Original Post]
    Interesting story on Yahoo about Venezuela making a drastic economic recovery:

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/dollars-f...093630456.html

    Can anyone in Caracas or Venezuela confirm the story's details?
    I've mentioned this before, but yes, ever since Maduro depenalized the use of the american dollar in 2019, things have gotten a bit better around here. I wouldn't calle it "drastic" as that article does, but there has been some level of recovery in the past two years. The USD has become the defacto currency here in Venezuela, and thanks to its free use you don't have to do business with shady people to exchange your $$$ into Bolivares, just pay using dollars because it is accepted everywhere. In fact, it is quite common that prices for products and services are quotes in USD and not bolivares. The article also mentions something that is quite true, since our government was too inept to reactivate national production, they attacked the problem by lowering taxes and regulations on imported goods. Not exactly the best solution (I'd rather buy stuff made here), but the supermarkets are indeed supplied.

    Now, not everything is good news for the potential traveller. A consequence of these policies is that, since the use of the american dollar has been normalized, it has also lost some value. To illustrate the point, back in 2016 I spent a month in Caracas doing business, and I covered absolutely all my expenses (including two visits to a "studio" that was near my hotel) with $150. Nowadays, if I tried to do the same, those $150 would only pay for two weeks on the same hotel, nothing else.

  10. #487

    Venezuela and Caracas Making a Comeback?

    Interesting story on Yahoo about Venezuela making a drastic economic recovery:

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/dollars-f...093630456.html

    Can anyone in Caracas or Venezuela confirm the story's details?

  11. #486

    Un million on LAC

    Atac now, they are desperate for gringo-money and after have seen her in Colombia (I would not recommend VNZ) she can agree on marriage 20 yo-God's age.

    They will ask for ex / cibersexo, it'boring and does not lead to nothing.

    If I where adiceted to ciberex, I easily spend the cost of a aero tiket a months.

    My friend gets 400 dollars from gringos for amateur shows which is 87.000 internal bolivars, she is 22 lives alone and can go to clubs etc for even more money. Imports are of course super expensive, but products and ervices made / done in VNZ, 87.000 is a high income for just howing your pussy when you ned some cash. Zelle and Paypal she uses, WU are more restricted but today I got a info on my SMS a new site, easily send money to Colombia.

    I will wait. Then I will marry a Quen and bring her to Copenhagen, where she probably will continue her profession, after marriage 2-3 years she has full citizenship for life. But +99% of the Guapa does not understand this; they just want cibersex / Zelle instantly.

    I ak them; what about age, I', 44 what will happen to you in the erotic service area area after 33 yo, yes superboobs and a new ass and abdomen can by some time. But commitment seems impossible.

  12. #485
    Quote Originally Posted by Droog  [View Original Post]
    What's the current situation in Venezuela? Would it be a reasonable idea for an American to visit?

    I have a lot of girls from Venezuela contacting me on SA, so they must be getting kind of hungry for business. I'm looking to take a trip in a few months and I would like to find a place where I can have some hot & somewhat kinky girls to party with for some extended sessions. I'm a bit budget constrained, so going someplace where my mongering dollar will go farther just makes sense. Any particular place to recommend? Any other countries I should seriously consider? Any other words of wisdom?
    Not right now, for very obvious reasons. The entire country is under lockdown, everything is closed and travelling around is difficult. As for visiting when things get a bit normal, it would be good to know your estimated budget and how much do you want to stay, to give a better guess. Bear in mind that while Venezuela is still relatively cheap if you have $$ the years of being able to do business with a good looking girl for less than 10 bucks are a thing of the past.

  13. #484

    Is it worth visiting?

    What's the current situation in Venezuela? Would it be a reasonable idea for an American to visit?

    I have a lot of girls from Venezuela contacting me on SA, so they must be getting kind of hungry for business. I'm looking to take a trip in a few months and I would like to find a place where I can have some hot & somewhat kinky girls to party with for some extended sessions. I'm a bit budget constrained, so going someplace where my mongering dollar will go farther just makes sense. Any particular place to recommend? Any other countries I should seriously consider? Any other words of wisdom?

  14. #483
    Quote Originally Posted by Orgasmico  [View Original Post]
    Been watching this travel blog about the country.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jN5LZR4ejkg
    This is a great series, wish he was a monger.

  15. #482
    Been watching this travel blog about the country.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jN5LZR4ejkg

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