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  1. #2764
    Quote Originally Posted by ExecTalent  [View Original Post]
    We all can read about the economy on the internet.

    How about some firsthand reports on the purpose of this forum- having sex with women?
    This is the general info thread and this subject matter is appropriate here. You must be thinking about the Rio report thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by ExecTalent;2019984[DeletedbyAdmin

    You really need to learn to use the Report Post button instead of crying about the thread misdirection.

  2. #2763

    What about the Girls?

    Quote Originally Posted by ForceSteeler  [View Original Post]
    I'm in Brazil right now and a lot of locals told me to be careful at night. Also last year I went to a few favelas, now a lot of locals have warned me to stay away, A lot of shootings and hold ups are happening. I would say if your interested in buying real estate I would wait until around next year because everything is going to drop in value, A lot of business are closing because they can't afford the rent.
    We all can read about the economy on the internet.

    How about some firsthand reports on the purpose of this forum- having sex with women?

  3. #2762

    Here is an article on the incident

    Sad. Be aware of where you are and be careful out there.

    http://www.news.com.au/sport/motorsp...83f8f6df954260

    Quote Originally Posted by RioBob  [View Original Post]
    The formula 1 drivers just got held up by gunpoint in Brazil, this will be international news. I also just read recently that Brazil's tourism has dropped 30% this year because of news like this about violence. I did notice that for the upcoming summer season hotels in Rio are going for a good price but airfares are still very high and I can see that the planes are not full. But in comparison the summer season for Europe the airfares are better and the planes are more full. I can't imagine why they are holding the airfares to Brazil still so high. Personally I'm ok because I will be using points but if the airfares were better I might have bought instead.

  4. #2761

    Crime.

    Quote Originally Posted by RioBob  [View Original Post]
    The formula 1 drivers just got held up by gunpoint in Brazil, this will be international news.
    It was Lewis Hamilton's crew too. He's the top Formula 1 driver in the world! I understand from reports that some Formula 1 executives were targeted too, but they managed to get away without being harmed.

  5. #2760
    Quote Originally Posted by RioBob  [View Original Post]
    The formula 1 drivers just got held up by gunpoint in Brazil, this will be international news. I also just read recently that Brazil's tourism has dropped 30% this year because of news like this about violence. I did notice that for the upcoming summer season hotels in Rio are going for a good price but airfares are still very high and I can see that the planes are not full. But in comparison the summer season for Europe the airfares are better and the planes are more full. I can't imagine why they are holding the airfares to Brazil still so high. Personally I'm ok because I will be using points but if the airfares were better I might have bought instead.
    I'm in Brazil right now and a lot of locals told me to be careful at night. Also last year I went to a few favelas, now a lot of locals have warned me to stay away, A lot of shootings and hold ups are happening. I would say if your interested in buying real estate I would wait until around next year because everything is going to drop in value, A lot of business are closing because they can't afford the rent.

  6. #2759
    Quote Originally Posted by ForceSteeler  [View Original Post]
    you know how many times I read tourist would like to visit Brazil, but they choose other countries because the hassle of getting a visa and even with the E-Visa you still have to pay $160?.
    A one-time visa fee good for 10 years the life of your passport is hardly an obstacle that should keep even the densest American from being able to figure out how to get himself to Brazil.

  7. #2758
    Quote Originally Posted by ForceSteeler  [View Original Post]
    Personally think they should just get rid of the visa requirement to help with tourism. Do you know how many times I read tourist would like to visit Brazil, but they choose other countries in south america like Chile because the hassle of getting a visa and even with the E-Visa you still have to pay $160?. I know some guys will say its because the USA requires it but remember who is in a recession? Brazil is on hard times so every dollar counts especially tourist dollars.
    The formula 1 drivers just got held up by gunpoint in Brazil, this will be international news. I also just read recently that Brazil's tourism has dropped 30% this year because of news like this about violence. I did notice that for the upcoming summer season hotels in Rio are going for a good price but airfares are still very high and I can see that the planes are not full. But in comparison the summer season for Europe the airfares are better and the planes are more full. I can't imagine why they are holding the airfares to Brazil still so high. Personally I'm ok because I will be using points but if the airfares were better I might have bought instead.

  8. #2757
    Quote Originally Posted by Voyajer1  [View Original Post]
    The real reason is due to the policy of Reciprocity. What a Brazilian citizen has to pay to travel to the USA, an American citizen must pay to travel to Brazil. Check it out.

    https://br.usembassy.gov/visas/tourism-visitor/fees/
    I know, Americans are not the kings of the world. That's the only good thing the Brazilian administration does. It is the same for us Canadians, we also have to travel with a visa. I don't care because I use an European passport when I travel to Brazil. We all have to pay somehow or other. I pay for both my passports' renewal.

  9. #2756

    Not exactly

    The real reason is due to the policy of Reciprocity. What a Brazilian citizen has to pay to travel to the USA, an American citizen must pay to travel to Brazil. Check it out.

    https://br.usembassy.gov/visas/tourism-visitor/fees/

    Quote Originally Posted by Komo753  [View Original Post]
    Yes you still have to pay. Remember western people are very rich for Brazilians. 160 dollars is not expensive, they just want to make as much money as possible on tourists.

    The process is faster but money doesn't chance. The aim is to make fast money.

  10. #2755
    Quote Originally Posted by ForceSteeler  [View Original Post]
    Personally think they should just get rid of the visa requirement to help with tourism. Do you know how many times I read tourist would like to visit Brazil, but they choose other countries in south america like Chile because the hassle of getting a visa and even with the E-Visa you still have to pay $160?. I know some guys will say its because the USA requires it but remember who is in a recession? Brazil is on hard times so every dollar counts especially tourist dollars.
    Yes you still have to pay. Remember western people are very rich for Brazilians. 160 dollars is not expensive, they just want to make as much money as possible on tourists.

    The process is faster but money doesn't chance. The aim is to make fast money.

  11. #2754
    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    The E-Visas are coming! The E-Visas are coming! Will make it easier for some to get their documents together to go to Brazil:

    https://www.cntraveler.com/story/us-...isas-to-brazil
    Personally think they should just get rid of the visa requirement to help with tourism. Do you know how many times I read tourist would like to visit Brazil, but they choose other countries in south america like Chile because the hassle of getting a visa and even with the E-Visa you still have to pay $160?. I know some guys will say its because the USA requires it but remember who is in a recession? Brazil is on hard times so every dollar counts especially tourist dollars.

  12. #2753

    E-Visas.

    The E-Visas are coming! The E-Visas are coming! Will make it easier for some to get their documents together to go to Brazil:

    https://www.cntraveler.com/story/us-...isas-to-brazil

  13. #2752
    Quote Originally Posted by KrisKras  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone of you guys know where this video was taken?

    https://nl.xhamster.com/videos/brazi...itutes-6406657
    If I had to guess, I would say Itatinga. Most SWs in Brazil typically do not parade themselves this nude or quassi nude IHMHO. The only place I've seen (and not first hand) is some of the SWs in Itatinga.

    Checkout this video, one of my all-time favourite Brazilian newscasts: https://youtu.be/WRA4agKWDbw.

  14. #2751
    Quote Originally Posted by FuckAfMedDig  [View Original Post]
    Insane beaches in Bahia, Recife, Rio Grande Do Norte, Ceara. Couple of hours from natal. Praia do amor. Pipa etc. Insane. Some hours from Fortaleza. Insane. Bahia has. Morro do Sao Paolo etc. Up the coast from Ilheus too. Towards Salvador. Stunning.
    As I mentioned, Salvador which besides having history and great beaches becomes a completely different place for four days during Carnival. Young (and attractive) Brasilians from all over the country flock there to engage in the amazing street parties.

    I wouldn't say it is a great mongering destination compared to Rio and SP. However, I think during those four days it would blow Florianopolis and other second tier cities away. Personally, I think Salvador is more interesting any time of year.

  15. #2750
    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    It seems like you've been lured in by Florianopolis and the mythical Brasilian blonde. Make sure you do plenty of research. Many guys here meet Southern Brasilian working girls in Sao Paulo and comment how awesome the South must be when they actually have no experience down there. I imagine there are beaches and beautiful Brasilians, but the mongering scene seems to be sparse. ISG doesn't receive a lot of reports.

    Your search for a wingman is a good idea. I don't know how open Floripa women are to foreigners with no Porto language. As a general rule, Brasilian blonde non-pros who know English are going to take a lot more game.

    I'm curious. Why have you ruled out the Northeast? Are you interested in blondes?
    Insane beaches in Bahia, Recife, Rio Grande Do Norte, Ceara. Couple of hours from natal. Praia do amor. Pipa etc. Insane. Some hours from Fortaleza. Insane. Bahia has. Morro do Sao Paolo etc. Up the coast from Ilheus too. Towards Salvador. Stunning.

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