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  1. #1461

    Venezuela Trip

    Quote Originally Posted by MaraCucho  [View Original Post]
    Yes, hotels that were good 1 or 2 years ago are still good. They are really not the ones that are suffering from our current crisis.

    Yes, if you have money you can eat well.

    Yes. Any moderately decent hotel will have at least a couple of taxi drivers that work with them, and it would be very wise to become friends with those guys. Just don't take any taxi cab you may find in the streets..
    Great Write up mate and brave of you to stay in such an amazing country. I have a short work trip to US next month in Miami and was thinking of visiting for 5 days as I am in love in Venezuelan women, they are so sweet and cute and such amazing fuck. Had one in HK a few years ago even now in my SA account I have at least 10 Venezuelan chicas wanting to meet me or I call them to Dubai.

    Will you guide me Step by Step as what is latest current situation on ground reality. I had a Venezuelan Business contact also long time ago but she is not active on skype.

    Thanks in advance.

    Peace Adios.

  2. #1460
    Quote Originally Posted by Mfins  [View Original Post]
    Solid advice.

    Contrary to what the news is reporting you will not be kidnapped, drugged, or immediately shot when exiting the plane in Venezuela. Common sense is what it takes. Really anywhere in the world you go. Probably even in your home town. In Caracas there are nice areas and not so nice areas. In your home town would you walk around the not so nice areas in the middle of the night,. Probably not. Same thing applies in Caracas. People ask this question all the time about, Venezuela, El Salvador, Honduras, Haiti etc. I have been to all of these places many many times and never had an issue. In fact to the contrary. Some of the nicest and most helpful people I have ever met was in Venezuela and other countries you would never think.

    When visiting anywhere I just used basic common sense and don't look for trouble.
    Can't blame them for thinking like that its safety after all, I am also thinking about going but I don't want to end up in any situations. What would be the best way to get girls without really leaving your room?

  3. #1459
    Now I have to add that even the "nice" areas, especially in a city like Caracas, are never entirely safe. A few years ago I got my cell phone robbed at gunpoint while waiting for public transport in one of the main avenues of my city, in commercial area with people walking around, in plain daylight. Of course, in that occassion I was caught like an idiot talking with my phone in the open (I didn't even notice the guy with the gun at first), which is a big no-no. So yeah, common sense. I always say this, dress as plain as possible, ideally a t-shirt, jeans, and sneakers; no gold chains or watches, and bring the cheapest possible low-mid tier phone with you (which make no mistake, will still be envy of many). All the bling you need get a girl in this place is the knowledge that you are a foreigner with cash.

  4. #1458
    Quote Originally Posted by MaraCucho  [View Original Post]
    You can't go around without any care, showing off a rolex and an iphone and bundle of dollars in your hand, and you certainly don't want to be caught walking on a street in Caracas at night. The minumum *montly* income in Venzuela is a ridiculous $2. 6 at the moment, so you must understand that a lot of people will try, if not outright rob you, at least scam you off a couple of bucks. With that said, with some common sense and taking precautions, Venezuela is manageable for a traveller. It helps if you at least have a passing knowledge of Spanish (very few people speak english here), and if you have a local willing to show you around and explain how things work.
    Solid advice.

    Contrary to what the news is reporting you will not be kidnapped, drugged, or immediately shot when exiting the plane in Venezuela. Common sense is what it takes. Really anywhere in the world you go. Probably even in your home town. In Caracas there are nice areas and not so nice areas. In your home town would you walk around the not so nice areas in the middle of the night,. Probably not. Same thing applies in Caracas. People ask this question all the time about, Venezuela, El Salvador, Honduras, Haiti etc. I have been to all of these places many many times and never had an issue. In fact to the contrary. Some of the nicest and most helpful people I have ever met was in Venezuela and other countries you would never think.

    When visiting anywhere I just used basic common sense and don't look for trouble.

  5. #1457
    Quote Originally Posted by Diver371  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    I consider myself to be a smart traveller. How safe is it to be in Venezuela nowadays? There are too many conflicting reports online.
    You can't go around without any care, showing off a rolex and an iphone and bundle of dollars in your hand, and you certainly don't want to be caught walking on a street in Caracas at night. The minumum *montly* income in Venzuela is a ridiculous $2. 6 at the moment, so you must understand that a lot of people will try, if not outright rob you, at least scam you off a couple of bucks. With that said, with some common sense and taking precautions, Venezuela is manageable for a traveller. It helps if you at least have a passing knowledge of Spanish (very few people speak english here), and if you have a local willing to show you around and explain how things work.

  6. #1456

    Safe nowadays?

    Hi,

    I consider myself to be a smart traveller. How safe is it to be in Venezuela nowadays? There are too many conflicting reports online.

  7. #1455
    Quote Originally Posted by MaraCucho  [View Original Post]
    I googled "Osaka tobita shinchi" and you won't find anything like that. I am talking about just a few cheap, seedy bars where you may find girls. Plus, the area isn't exactly the best place to be at night in Caracas.
    Where in Caracas would you consider it to be a red light district?

  8. #1454
    Quote Originally Posted by WorldTravel69  [View Original Post]

    They are having a revolution
    Hmmm, I wish that was true. It's been 4 months since Guaido started his "I am the REAL president of Venezuela" push and absolutely nothing has happened. So far this seems to be the same all talk, no actions crap the venezuelan opposition has been pulling for over a decade, just with a bit more overt support by the US government.

  9. #1453
    Quote Originally Posted by Penetrador  [View Original Post]
    Why not if there is street action?
    I googled "Osaka tobita shinchi" and you won't find anything like that. I am talking about just a few cheap, seedy bars where you may find girls. Plus, the area isn't exactly the best place to be at night in Caracas.

  10. #1452

    Most people left town

    Check the map. These places may or may not be there.

    https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?h...452545166&z=14

    They are having a revolution if you haven't been reading the news.

    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/...205835912.html

    Quote Originally Posted by Penetrador  [View Original Post]
    Why not if there is street action?
    .

  11. #1451
    Quote Originally Posted by MaraCucho  [View Original Post]
    That's in the center of Caracas. While you may find some street action there I would not call it a "red light district". Also, it is not what I would recommend to a tourist.
    Why not if there is street action?

  12. #1450
    Quote Originally Posted by Penetrador  [View Original Post]
    Carcel y Monzon?
    That's in the center of Caracas. While you may find some street action there I would not call it a "red light district". Also, it is not what I would recommend to a tourist.

  13. #1449

    Caracas Red Light District / Tolerance Zones.

    Does anyone know if Caracas has a red light district like Bogota Santa Fe another example Osakas tabita shinchi? I heard Carcel y Monzon?

  14. #1448

    Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by MaraCucho  [View Original Post]
    Using sexycaracas.com as a guide, the average rate for a good (but not top tier) escort seems to be between BsS 120 K - 150 K per hour. So, I'd say between $32 and $45.
    Thanks. Not bad actually. Whats a good online social site to message chicas?

  15. #1447
    Quote Originally Posted by MaraCucho  [View Original Post]
    Yes, hotels that were good 1 or 2 years ago are still good. They are really not the ones that are suffering from our current crisis.

    Yes, if you have money you can eat well.

    Yes. Any moderately decent hotel will have at least a couple of taxi drivers that work with them, and it would be very wise to become friends with those guys. Just don't take any taxi cab you may find in the streets.

    You would be surprised, most hotels (even 5 star hotels) have become very tolerant out of necessity and won't mind you bringing female company. A year ago I helped around a forum member that was staying in one of the Marriots in Caracas. I asked the concierge directly on the matter, and his response was that as long as there were no disturbances, you could bring whoever you wanted to your room.

    Yes, everybody will be more than happy to take dollars as payment. But expect the girls to charge a bit of an extra than if you were paying in Bolivares.

    Not easy at all, unfortunately. Cash has once again become incredibly scarce, and even if the person changing the $$$ has availibility of physical Bolivares Soberanos, he will ask for a "penalty" on the exanchge rate. Which of course negates the advantage of paying in bolivares. As previously discussed, there are ways to obtain a local bank account which can be used to recieve transfers, but I only recommend that if you plan to stay for a while, or to return in the future. There is also the option of the legal currency exchange, as nowadays the legal rate is just a bit lower than the black market rate.

    With that said, I must add that you should only visit our country if you are feeling *really* adventurous and have a good idea of what to do, what you will find here, and what *could* happen in the near future. A brief look at recent news concerning our country should make it evident what's going on, so please have that in mind. Any questions you may have, please send me PM.
    Thanks very much for your response and thank you BKKguru. What I will do is monitor the situation and if I get a sense that things have improved I will head there. Venezuela is definitely on my 'to do' list.

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