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  1. #2793
    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyAjc  [View Original Post]
    I just posted my report for my trip to Sosua DR for valentines day under the Dominican forum and Sosua reports. I agree 100%. I did some chatting with chicks on Dominican cupid and all but one asked me to wire money from $100 upwards. I found it obnoxious and humorous that some guys were actually stupid enough to wire money to a woman they never met. Not how I roll. The one that didn't ask me to wire money, was beating around and probably about to do so when I told her how I felt cupid was a waste of time because all it has were women asking me to send them money. She probably would have asked if I didn't stop her in her tracks. I never met up with any of the woman on Dominican cupid and would not suggest a person waste their money on joining the site. I have had good experiences using Colombian cupid and have met up with some nice normal chicks on Colombian cupid. Have not used Brazil cupid but years ago when I did a lot of travel in Brazil, I used a site called parperfeito.com which I think is also called datingplace.com. I speak Portuguese. Most women on the site don't speak English. For me that was a great site. I met many good looking women that were normal chicks all over Brazil on the site and it was well worth the investment in money and time. If it is still around, I Would highly recommend it for any Portuguese speaking guys that want to meet normal chicks. I met several good long term girl friends on the site that included a dentist and also a lawyer. Just my two cents having logged lots of time in Brazil from 2001-2011 as many as 6-8 trips a year. BTW the Brazil and Colombian women beat out the DR chicks hands down both normal and pros.
    Hahahah I'm glad someone got some love from parferfeito! I get the old ugly birds but on the cupid sites I win and have since I first set foot in rio 5 years ago-has saved my trips many times-you are spot on-I can't stand DR chicks. So hot but mentality all wrong-Brazil and Then Colombia.

  2. #2792

    Help for a Bloke.

    Looks like this got misposted to the wrong thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulKevin  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    Rio looks like fun place for mongors.

    I am planning my trip around the month of September, I can't speak any south american languages.

    Please help me with which airport to land and if any one knows an apartment on beach for 2 weeks and tour guide and lady companion as a package.

    Will be appreciated. I am coming from Sydney, Australia.

    Thanks,

    Kevin.
    Glad to help anyway I can. Have been shown nothing but kindness during my visits to Sydney and from Australians around the world. Happy to return the favors. I have many English speaking contacts on the ground in Rio who can assist with your stay. During one of my early trips I had a live-in English speaking maid and guide. Not sure if those arrangements still exist, but I can check. Many larger apartments have maid quarters.

  3. #2791

    Clone

    A couple of weeks ago I bought some tickets on Gol's website for me and my girlfriend to go to Fernando de Noronha next month. My bank just called and said someone tried to use the same Visa card at a restaurant in Brazil for $426! Two days ago someone tried to use a clone of my Amex Platinum a few places. The day before that my girlfriend in Colombia had a clone of her card used for $200, but unlike mine they took the money from her account. The transactions they tried with mine were not approved.

  4. #2790

    Agree.

    Quote Originally Posted by FuckAfMedDig  [View Original Post]
    I really find the dominican attitude off putting. Met 2 good hearted ones but the rest are too quick to ask, take etc I know they are poor but it kills my vibe a bit. They are absolutely stunning but seems like they are in USA's shadow and it's pimp or get pimped. I much prefer Brazilian girls' Vibe. Colombians were cool too-more looking for a novio.
    I just posted my report for my trip to Sosua DR for valentines day under the Dominican forum and Sosua reports. I agree 100%. I did some chatting with chicks on Dominican cupid and all but one asked me to wire money from $100 upwards. I found it obnoxious and humorous that some guys were actually stupid enough to wire money to a woman they never met. Not how I roll. The one that didn't ask me to wire money, was beating around and probably about to do so when I told her how I felt cupid was a waste of time because all it has were women asking me to send them money. She probably would have asked if I didn't stop her in her tracks. I never met up with any of the woman on Dominican cupid and would not suggest a person waste their money on joining the site. I have had good experiences using Colombian cupid and have met up with some nice normal chicks on Colombian cupid. Have not used Brazil cupid but years ago when I did a lot of travel in Brazil, I used a site called parperfeito.com which I think is also called datingplace.com. I speak Portuguese. Most women on the site don't speak English. For me that was a great site. I met many good looking women that were normal chicks all over Brazil on the site and it was well worth the investment in money and time. If it is still around, I Would highly recommend it for any Portuguese speaking guys that want to meet normal chicks. I met several good long term girl friends on the site that included a dentist and also a lawyer. Just my two cents having logged lots of time in Brazil from 2001-2011 as many as 6-8 trips a year. BTW the Brazil and Colombian women beat out the DR chicks hands down both normal and pros.

  5. #2789

    True. True.

    Quote Originally Posted by Travv  [View Original Post]
    "Sao PauloWith "jewel-tone eyes," blond hair and a "smattering of light freckles," Othello looks nothing like most Brazilians, the majority of whom are black or mixed-race. Yet the "Caucasian" American cashier, described in those terms by the Seattle Sperm Bank and known as Donor 9601, is one of the sperm providers most often requested by wealthy Brazilian women importing the DNA of young USA Men at unprecedented rates.

    Everyone wants a "pretty kid" and for many parents in Brazil, where prejudice often runs deep, that means "the white biotypelight-colored eyes and skin," said Susy Pommer, a 28-year-old data analyst from So Paulo who decided to get pregnant last year after a breast-cancer scare left her eager to raise a child right away with her partner, Priscilla. Sperm buyers in Brazil, which is more than 50% black or mixed-race, have an overwhelming preference for white, blue-eyed donors.

    Money is also a factor setting parameters for the DNA import boom. Carefully categorized and genetically vetted sperm from USA Providers has to be procured from Brazilian fertility clinics at a cost of some $1,500 a vial, often as part of an in vitro fertilization procedure that costs roughly $7,000 an attempt..
    Sperto and I have been making donations for years!

    A few years back, the top girl at MC took an interest in me. She had a great place but always wanted to stay at mine. Never charged me either but always wanted to do it without a condom. Not one to go gentle into that good night, I had to ask. Her answer was she wanted a fair skinned, blond blue-green eyed baby. She even started discussing genetics and probabilities. Never underestimate a Brazilian woman's commitment to get what she wants.

  6. #2788

    Demand for American Sperm Is Skyrocketing in Brazil. Wall Street Journal

    "Sao Paulo—With "jewel-tone eyes," blond hair and a "smattering of light freckles," Othello looks nothing like most Brazilians, the majority of whom are black or mixed-race. Yet the "Caucasian" American cashier, described in those terms by the Seattle Sperm Bank and known as Donor 9601, is one of the sperm providers most often requested by wealthy Brazilian women importing the DNA of young USA Men at unprecedented rates.

    Everyone wants a "pretty kid" and for many parents in Brazil, where prejudice often runs deep, that means "the white biotype—light-colored eyes and skin," said Susy Pommer, a 28-year-old data analyst from São Paulo who decided to get pregnant last year after a breast-cancer scare left her eager to raise a child right away with her partner, Priscilla. Sperm buyers in Brazil, which is more than 50% black or mixed-race, have an overwhelming preference for white, blue-eyed donors.

    Money is also a factor setting parameters for the DNA import boom. Carefully categorized and genetically vetted sperm from USA Providers has to be procured from Brazilian fertility clinics at a cost of some $1,500 a vial, often as part of an in vitro fertilization procedure that costs roughly $7,000 an attempt. Whites are more likely able to afford that in a country where about 80% of the richest 1% are white, according to Brazil's statistics agency.

    Imports are rising in part because many Brazilians simply don't trust the national product. Unlike in the USA, it is illegal to pay men to donate their sperm here, so domestic stocks are low and information about Brazilian donors sparse. . .

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/in-mixe...ing-1521711000

    Personal donors wanted in Brazil by women. LOL.

  7. #2787

    General questions

    Going to Sao Paulo for the first time, March 28 - April 7. Started via application late, my bad, so waiting for expedited service to come through.

    1) Is the holiday going to bring things to a crawl?

    2) What kind of attire can I wear there? Is it hot enough to be walking around in shorts? And how about when going to the clubs? . Jeans are better?

    3) I hear conflicting reports on cash versus using the ATM. If I bring cash, are larger bills ($50, $100) better than smaller ($20, $10)?

    4) I love discovering cities, even beyond the girls. If you have any tips (eateries, particular spots to be sure to visit, any football games going on) please share.

    Thanks, brothers.

  8. #2786

    Gentlemen.

    I think maybe we need a separate thread titled Gentlemen.

    Some of us are more interested in relationships than always getting the best deal on each and every transaction.

    Some of us would rather spend more to be with a woman in a relaxing comfortable environment than see how cheaply we can bust a nut while standing up trying to avoid the last guy's splooge.

    Not sure I always got the best rate, but used to enjoy sitting with the old Syrian guy in the backroom of the exchange place on NS near Ronald de Carvalho. We used to talk about the Middle East, the economy and I would bring him pens from the US to check for counterfeit bills. As for the old Chiclet lady, I have a picture of her giving me a big hug. Yeah, I used to overpay for Chiclets, too.

    Oh, I still have some free entrance passes from Cancun and my personal locker key from Monte Carlo. Probably over tipped the locker-room attendant there as well.

    Bobby always treated me just fine. His laundry was never overpriced for me, but then again, I used to bring him boxes of dryer sheets from the US.

    Please do not tell me I didn't need to go back in the kitchen and tip the cooks at Carretão. Bad habits die hard.

    But, hey, over the years I have saved tons of money using https://www.guiademoteis.com.br/..

    Though even the love motels appreciate relationships and regular customers. Usually they would upgrade me to the penthouse or a larger room for the same price.

  9. #2785

    Best Cambio Exchange Rate in Copa

    Quote Originally Posted by PapiMuyRico  [View Original Post]
    The thread Reais vs US $ is way outdated so I'll ask here.

    Where do I get a good exchange rate in Rio (preferably in Copa), without compromising your security? Haven't been in Rio for quite some time.
    Papi, you have received several answers in the Reports thread but I'll offer my advice here because I think this forum is more appropriate. Currently the best cash exchange rate for US $100 bills are the three cambios right next to each other on Nossa Senhora close to the Copacabana Palace Hotel. Two of the cambios have their rates posted and the third gives equally good rates. These 3 cambios are competing for your business so you can always try to negotiate if you want. They generally offer. 10 above the current bank rate. So if the ATM is giving 3. 28 they will give 3. 38.

  10. #2784
    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonPlayer  [View Original Post]
    Sir I must correct you. In Rio cash is king you will get a better rate for $100 bills than any ATM will give you. The cambios pay a bonus so you will exchange with them. This is not true in any other Brazilian city that I'm aware of but in Rio CASH is king.
    Good to know that about Rio. I feel I get good rates with my ATM card on the day it's recorded. Brazil has always had some bizarre exchange regulations.

  11. #2783

    Correction

    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    To rephrase, no cambio offers a better exchange rate than drawing down cash from a local bank ATM. I was unaware that on the Rio Board that Papi said he was leaving in the next day. Many travelers think they have to bring cash and that they will get a better rate from a cambio.
    Sir I must correct you. In Rio cash is king you will get a better rate for $100 bills than any ATM will give you. The cambios pay a bonus so you will exchange with them. This is not true in any other Brazilian city that I'm aware of but in Rio CASH is king.

  12. #2782
    Quote Originally Posted by Sperto  [View Original Post]
    Without you getting offended as always, reread his question "Where to exchange your US $ in Rio?" ATM doesn't exchange cash.
    Maybe the urge to write Something was too strong?
    To rephrase, no cambio offers a better exchange rate than drawing down cash from a local bank ATM. I was unaware that on the Rio Board that Papi said he was leaving in the next day. Many travelers think they have to bring cash and that they will get a better rate from a cambio.

  13. #2781
    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    The general rule has been to use an ATM card during daylight hours in a highly congested area.

    If you don't have one already, find an ATM card that doesn't charge FX fees and gives you so many free withdrawals per month anywhere in the world.

    Unless your apartment or hotel room has a safe, it's problematic to bring a lot of cash.
    Without you getting offended as always, reread his question "Where to exchange your US $ in Rio?" ATM doesn't exchange cash.
    Maybe the urge to write Something was too strong?

  14. #2780
    Quote Originally Posted by PapiMuyRico  [View Original Post]
    The thread Reais vs US $ is way outdated so I'll ask here.

    Where do I get a good exchange rate in Rio (preferably in Copa), without compromising your security? Haven't been in Rio for quite some time.
    The general rule has been to use an ATM card during daylight hours in a highly congested area.

    If you don't have one already, find an ATM card that doesn't charge FX fees and gives you so many free withdrawals per month anywhere in the world.

    Unless your apartment or hotel room has a safe, it's problematic to bring a lot of cash.

  15. #2779

    Marielle Franco.

    Anybody else following the story around the killing of Marielle Franco? I had not heard of her until this thing happened. Rio feels like the unlawful wild, wild West about now!

    https://www.newstatesman.com/world/s...poor-and-black

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