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  1. #2306

    Visit to KF

    I had some time to visit KF. Everyone knows where it is. Went in, sat down and asked for the line up. There were quite a few people there at the time. It was busy but the girls didn't seem to be too busy. I saw a girl that caught my eye. Mean looking ***** named Katy. She had light brown / blondish hair. She was cute and almost looked Russian, but was cold the whole time I was with her. I kinda liked it. Anyways, get her back to the room and she undressed, very perky tits, very light areola. I think she was 19 or 20 and she must have not been totally Salvadoran. I am almost positive her mother got with a gringo and had a half gringa baby. She was hot, but I don't know if I would do her again.

  2. #2305
    Socker,

    Thanks and likewise.

    If you go to Casa Roja, avoid a girl, I think her name is Emily. See last photo in my report with her hand fixing her hair. She has a tight little body but worst service and she will talk you to death. She even tried that technique which I am sure we all have experienced before when in missionary the girl uses her knees to prevent you from reaching the entire depth of her canal -yeah, so my solution was to flip her and get her on all fours and grab her thighs from front so she couldn't lean forward. Geez, the things we have to do to get our money's worth!

    I have actually experienced the black sand beaches in Cape Verde and more recently in Guanacaste (CR). Perhaps next time will experience it in El Salvador!

    Attaching couple photos from Volcano hike (Santa Ana), photo of Izalco Volcano and highway on way to airport.

    Cheers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Socker  [View Original Post]
    Your tr was great, I was just surprised about the hotel but they could make it better no doubt. I just love the scenery there and the apartment size rooms, plus it's very casual and family owned.

    I also understand your pov regarding drivers. Like you I want / need to practice the espaola but it's near impossible to stick to only Spanish if you have a bilingual driver. Kudos to you for going the route you did.

    I would say you missed a great beach experience there esp if you take a rental there. The seafood is incredible and the beach and ocean are a "one of a kind" experience. On one of my first trips I thought the black sand was from pollution but it's not, it's volcanic back sand. Maybe in a thousand years (providing no further volcanic activity) they will be white sand beaches. Black is my favorite color so I learned to love their beaches. Buy a beer, park all day for free LOL.


    Okay, good luck on your future travels.
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  3. #2304

    Hi bro

    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfurt  [View Original Post]
    Hey Socker,

    All valid points.

    1. I can chalk up my hesitation to bring in Chica at Nova with grandma at guard at front desk to my inhibition rather than to hotel chica policy. But as you said, it didn't stop me from having fun outside the hotel.

    2. As for the rooms you had recommended, I did ask on check in and they were occupied. Actually the entire time I was there, there was an all day conference going on with a group visiting from Washington DC and some local NGOs and hotel occupancy rate was high.

    3. No it wasn't Roberto that stood me up. I didn't contact him for two reason, one he didn't seem to have whatsapp and secondly as I was preparing for my trip, I wanted to learn / practice some Spanish and not having an English speaking driver helped me a lot by forcing me to try to speak Spanish. After all these years of doing 'this' I still find it adventurous and rewarding finding my own fish. Yes it may not be the best or biggest fish in the pond but still thrilling nevertheless the process of finally getting to it. And these places weren't really 'obscure' per se, it is just that they aren't widely discussed on this forum..
    Your tr was great, I was just surprised about the hotel but they could make it better no doubt. I just love the scenery there and the apartment size rooms, plus it's very casual and family owned.

    I also understand your pov regarding drivers. Like you I want / need to practice the espaņola but it's near impossible to stick to only Spanish if you have a bilingual driver. Kudos to you for going the route you did.

    I would say you missed a great beach experience there esp if you take a rental there. The seafood is incredible and the beach and ocean are a "one of a kind" experience. On one of my first trips I thought the black sand was from pollution but it's not, it's volcanic back sand. Maybe in a thousand years (providing no further volcanic activity) they will be white sand beaches. Black is my favorite color so I learned to love their beaches. Buy a beer, park all day for free LOL.

    Okay, good luck on your future travels.

  4. #2303
    Hey Socker,

    All valid points.

    1. I can chalk up my hesitation to bring in Chica at Nova with grandma at guard at front desk to my inhibition rather than to hotel chica policy. But as you said, it didn't stop me from having fun outside the hotel.

    2. As for the rooms you had recommended, I did ask on check in and they were occupied. Actually the entire time I was there, there was an all day conference going on with a group visiting from Washington DC and some local NGOs and hotel occupancy rate was high.

    3. No it wasn't Roberto that stood me up. I didn't contact him for two reason, one he didn't seem to have whatsapp and secondly as I was preparing for my trip, I wanted to learn / practice some Spanish and not having an English speaking driver helped me a lot by forcing me to try to speak Spanish. After all these years of doing 'this' I still find it adventurous and rewarding finding my own fish. Yes it may not be the best or biggest fish in the pond but still thrilling nevertheless the process of finally getting to it. And these places weren't really 'obscure' per se, it is just that they aren't widely discussed on this forum.

    4. Speaking of which, you will like Casa Roja as they have a big room upstairs with stage, lights and dancing girls. I really liked the vibe at that place. No other place that I visited had such a setup. If I am not mistaken Zou has a similar set up but I didn't first hand experience it.

    5. Also for anyone seriously interested in understanding the situation in El Salvador, I highly recommend elfaro.net and book Mano Dura by Sonja Wolf. I was reading the website nightly and read the book prior to my trip.

    6. Would I return to the scene of crime? Yes, would love to but other places are waiting to be explored. If I visit a neighboring country then will make a point of spending couple of nights again in SS.

    Cheers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mfins  [View Original Post]
    Also, I know most on this board go to Casas, MP's, and Kiss Fresh but, try some of the clubs at night.

    Club Blue just opened again and has some excellent talent.

    Insomnia, although a bit overpriced is coming up.

    And of course Emporium and Kairos are looking good.

    With a little charisma you can have an amazing all night experience for next to nothing.

  5. #2302
    Quote Originally Posted by Mfins  [View Original Post]
    Agreed the pool area is nice. Has a jungle type feel.
    Also, I know most on this board go to Casas, MP's, and Kiss Fresh but, try some of the clubs at night.

    Club Blue just opened again and has some excellent talent.

    Insomnia, although a bit overpriced is coming up.

    And of course Emporium and Kairos are looking good.

    With a little charisma you can have an amazing all night experience for next to nothing.

  6. #2301
    Quote Originally Posted by Socker  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for the hotel suggestion, I hope your right as it's always great to find different bases of operation.

    One thing about novo is they are on airbnb, and if you talk to them on the phone and negotiate, the price can com down.

    I don't think you can find a prettier setting than the pool area at novo, but it's always good to explore other options.

    Cheers.
    Agreed the pool area is nice. Has a jungle type feel.

  7. #2300

    Good info as usual

    Quote Originally Posted by Mfins  [View Original Post]
    I'll chime in. The hotel is decent as described above. The landscaping and little bar by the pool make the hotel. Other than that you are going to have your typical issues with any three star hotel. Lights not working, so-so wifi, Ac issues, on and off staff etc. But, its a good place.

    Out of all my trips to El Sal I have only stayed there twice. Each time was because there was a convention in town most hotels were booked and / or the prices of other comparable hotels were very high. If you do some searching you can probably find a different hotel, more central to action, with better amenities and at a cheaper price. Just to name one, try Hotel and Casino Siesta. Ask for a room facing the pool. Chica Friendly great food, etc. I can see why someone going for the first time may find the Nova a little off the beaten path.

    I'm not knocking the Nova but, for the money you may find better options.
    Thanks for the hotel suggestion, I hope your right as it's always great to find different bases of operation.

    One thing about novo is they are on airbnb, and if you talk to them on the phone and negotiate, the price can com down.

    I don't think you can find a prettier setting than the pool area at novo, but it's always good to explore other options.

    Cheers.

  8. #2299
    Quote Originally Posted by Socker  [View Original Post]
    You are a very sharp traveler, you sound very educated and not completely comfortable in the blue collar world. That's what San Salvador is, a funky blue collar world. I guess you passed on Roberto as your driver or is he's the one who stood you up at the airport?

    Roberto would have known all the obscure places you went to. He speaks perfect English and is cheap. He used to be the Novo Hotel driver but after many years they got tired of him and some other operation squeezed him out. Sounds like you did fine w / out him though but he speaks perfect english.

    Hotel Novo is a 3 star hotel and I've never had a problem there.

    1. I could give a shit if they had priests or nuns at the front desk, who cares? They sure don't. I've brought the sleaziest SGs in there many times, we just walk through w / zero awkwardness. I've never had an awkward moment in this hobby. I like what I do on the road, my rentals do too. AND there are no extra fees for bringing a temporary friend in. The owners are there during the day and speak english and are very accommodating.

    2. I've never had bug problems there and I mentioned to you what rooms were best w / king beds by the pool. You ended up on a side of the hotel I've never stayed in. Maybe you should have called them, that's what I do.

    3. The restaurant is nothing special but they can cook eggs and toast, some coffee and that's all I need to get going. The beer is cheap and very cold, plus the landscaping there is gorgeous as is the pool. Paradise for us blue collar guys.

    4. The Wifi is like most other hotels, spotty but very usable for the average web surfer, so I guess if it's a working trip where you need reliable super fast Wifi the hotel failed you. I hope your next hotel in SS will be good for your "VPN to your corporate network abroad" action. My shower worked fine like most other 3 star hotels, plenty of hot water w / an occasional cold shock. Keeps you on your toes! I also don't need a safe in the room as I carry a pacsafe shoulder bag always in case no in-room safe.

    5. No stores, no restaurants, no bars, no noise, and there is a mini mart 100 ft up the block. I love the dead end location. I get my supplies from the supermercado and throw them in the fridge. I generally have my own rental car. That's how I roll there. The place isn't for those who are accustom to 5 star hotels but it's perfect for appreciative blue collar / middle class Salvadoreans and me.

    Sorry the hotel let you down. I recommend the place. It's an apartment w / living room, separate bedroom, bath and kitchen. Perfect for a couple of buddies to share. The grounds are old and beautiful and the hotel is centrally located. I've looked around at comparable hotels and Novo is the best in that 3+ star range by far.

    I'm glad that didn't stop you from having a good time. As for the casa chicas timing is everything. I've had very fine women in some of them, la oficina, el sol etc. Your report was very good in this regard as you remembered many details I would have left out. So thank you for that. The casa w / the stage dancing sounds perfect for my taste. I would say 2 nights is not really enough to get the full SS treatment and to understand how the streets work. You were smart to stay off them at night. Kiss Fresh is (for me) the best gentlemen Club in the city, so you might want to return for that. Will you return? Thanks for the report.
    I'll chime in. The hotel is decent as described above. The landscaping and little bar by the pool make the hotel. Other than that you are going to have your typical issues with any three star hotel. Lights not working, so-so wifi, Ac issues, on and off staff etc. But, its a good place.

    Out of all my trips to El Sal I have only stayed there twice. Each time was because there was a convention in town most hotels were booked and / or the prices of other comparable hotels were very high. If you do some searching you can probably find a different hotel, more central to action, with better amenities and at a cheaper price. Just to name one, try Hotel and Casino Siesta. Ask for a room facing the pool. Chica Friendly great food, etc. I can see why someone going for the first time may find the Nova a little off the beaten path.

    I'm not knocking the Nova but, for the money you may find better options.

  9. #2298
    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfurt  [View Original Post]
    Finally made it to El Salvador- thanks to all those who contributed reports to this forum and answered my questions which greatly helped me on this short but productive trip.

    Logistics:

    Arrived in SAL late afternoon, was first one in immigration line, paid $10 for visa and in five minutes was out the door. Much to my dismay, my pre arranged taxi driver was nowhere to be found holding my name card. I walked back and forth couple times eyeing the gathered crowd but didn't see my driver. Avoided the taxi touts and walked right where there are few parking spaces along the curb and gathered my thoughts. I thought about taking the bus route but decided against it as the time was running out and I didn't want to waste any remainder of daylight hours. Just as I was deciding my next move, an older guy walked past me that looked like a taxi driver. I said hola buenas tardes senor -negotiated $25 to centro. I was only one in big clean van with nice A/C. Turned out it was Acacya Taxi.

    Hotel:

    Booked Novo Apart for 3 nights but won't recommend it for several reasons.

    1. The location is in a cul-de-sac alley and there is virtually nothing of utility around the hotel. No cafe, store, mini mart or restaurants. None.

    2. Forget about getting any work done if that requires you to use VPN to your corporate network abroad. WiFi does not work depending on the location of your room. My room was two or three rooms down the so called gym facing the pool and restaurant area. Clearly there was perhaps just one access point and no repeaters or signal boosters. I asked the reception guy where the AP was so I can get close to it to get a stronger signal but he had no clue what I was asking for.

    3. There were bed bugs in the room. Big red spots / bumps on my legs and arms weren't mosquito bites for sure.

    4. Barely dribble of water out of shower and hot / cold lines apparently mixed up. Either cold or boiling hot.

    5. Poor or no communication from the hotel management -pre arrival I had sent them email about requesting a higher floor, bigger one bed instead of two in the room and asked if there was a locker in the room. Never got a response back nor any requests were granted. Note that there was NO safety deposit box in the room (at least not in my room).

    6. The restaurant on premise is over priced for El Salvador, half the items on drink menu were not available by glass and food quality was nothing to write home about. Breakfast was also subpar at best but free and staff was nice and very friendly. One waiter there in mornings speaks English.

    7. One redeeming quality my room -AC worked like a charm. In fact had to turn it off in middle of night as it was freezing in the room.

    8. I had two beds in the room and neither saw any action. At any given time, there was at least one grandma working the front desk including the one that had checked me in on arrival. At night there was a different grandma around the front desk along with a dude.

    The moment I checked in, I knew it'd be difficult or in my case rather embarrassing to bring in a chica and deal with either one or worse with both grandmas at the front desk. Also their English was equally limited as much as my Spanish -even if I did manage to bring in a chica more than half younger than my age and was stopped at front desk, I didn't relish the prospects of any ensuing interrogation or awkwardness. In fact one chica was lined up to come to my hotel but her deal was that I must meet her in the lobby. Given that one grandma was at the front desk, I cancelled that meeting with a sweet looking 22 year old.

    9. The taxi (private cars) at hotel are overpriced and I especially disliked the driver named Alfredo. His starting price was $7 to any place which after a day I knew was less than 1.5 Km away. For the next two days I walked out the hotel alley and hailed taxis on the street. Price was $3 to $5, compared to $7 or $8 quoted by cars parked in front of hotel.

    Chicas / Casas:

    I had done extensive pre trip research on internet ads and had list of places and girls I wanted to see.

    Kimberly Spa:

    Since the room service plan fell through due to grandma guarding the reception desk, after settling in and getting something to eat at hotel restaurant, headed to the first casa on my to-do list. In any other place or rather safer place, I'd have walked to this place as it was only 1. 5 Km away but it was just after sunset so opted for Alfredo's $7 car ride and arrived at Kimberly Spa. No problem finding the place on my google map as driver had no clue (surprising) about the casa. Paid $1 to security guard, no pat down and went in. I knew who I wanted to see and much to my delight Perla was in the line up of 6-7 chicas that introduced themselves. Some small talk with Perla in my poor Spanish on the couch while other nubile things were giggling away at Perla but most likely at my attempts of understanding or speaking Spanish. Headed to the room, no AC but a small fan. Perla was total sweetheart even before getting in the room. Tight body and tall in my opinion for a Salvadoran. I had a great time. I wish I had asked for her number but my to-do list was too long for any repeats.

    Casa Roja:

    Also mentioned on this forum by another member on his recent trip. This place was high on my list because of daily stream of whatsapp messages from them to me with pics of 10-15 chicas and I had my eyes set on couple of them.

    This place is 2 minutes walk from Kimberly on the same street. And as the name implies, it is a red house, entrance and small parking in the back. Got the pat down and paid $4 (one drink included), guard rings the bell but wait! There is a 20 something hot chica sitting there breastfeeding her baby with nice boobs on display. Didn't know I'd see that in a conservative Catholic San Salvador. We exchanged holas and smile while I waited for someone to come out.

    Lady takes me upstairs where the main seating area, bar, and small stage are located. Since I already knew who I wanted to see I wasted no time in asking the lady boss to get Nahomy if she is around and if not get then get Nicole. Damn, both were in the house! Talked to both one by one and got a good vibe from Nahomy. I liked this place as some girls were genuinely having a good time dancing on stage with some nasty moves, good eye candy all around including some gorditas. Even on slimmer girls I found baby fat to be a common factor -all those nasty fast food American establishments coupled by Pupusas definitely not conducive to maintaining a washboard mid-section with small natural boobs which is my Kryptonite.

    Proceeded back downstairs where the rooms are located and a couch where some more chicas were hanging out and were all doable.

    Had a great sensual time with Nahomy in the room, no rush or clock watching. The only issue at this and previous place was that rooms have those energy saving awful grocery store lights. Your choices are that awful light or total darkness so pick your poison.

    At this point Alfredo was supposed to come pick me up but he wasn't there waiting for me and didn't answer his phone or messages. Strike 2. I saw couple of yellow cabs down the street with the drivers chatting on the street. Every driver I spoke to seems to know the hotel, so off we go for $4. At this point I was starving but besides fast food chains, didn't see anything on main drag to stop for dinner. Unfortunately had another mediocre and overpriced meal at the hotel.

    First night in SAL in the books and I was still alive.

    The next day I had private tour planned and knew well ahead that only chance to see chicas would be in evening. As most casas close around 7 PM, I was prepared for limited choices on return from the tour.

    All day did the touristy things that exceeded my expectations. Specially the climb to Santa Ana volcano, the view of crater was absolutely stunning and perhaps once in a lifetime kind of experience. Note that it was by no means an easy climb. I run 10 Ks and half marathons and still found the final ascent to be physically demanding or maybe the exertion was the altitude related. I think the volcano is about 8000 feet high. The descent is by no means easy either due to steep angles, slipping on rocks etc. Be careful if you decide to climb.

    Had late lunch at lake Coatepeque and headed back to SAL. Had no downtime as it was already past 6 PM. I showered and changed, skipped meal and headed out to sample some more of what SAL had to offer. For this evening I had two places on to do list.

    I headed to Francheska spa to meet Diamond or Estefania. Again the cab driver off of the street had no clue and google maps saved the day. Ruby (offers Greek but gordita) opened the door. I asked for Diamond but she wasn't there but Estefania walked in room with a big smile. There was no time wasting in getting to the room. She has beautiful features, nice lips, great set of tetas but again baby fat and not as affectionate as my experiences the other day. No DFK but DATY on the menu with CBJ / CFS. Got the job done but left something to be desired. Oh well, can't complain as it was I think $30 for half hour including a drink. Ruby was pleasant talking to and recommended I should come back and see Diamond next time. I wish but I had other places to be!

    At this point I was starving but had no time to waste eating food as other things worthy of eating were beckoning! Hailed another clueless cabbie headed to a no name place for which I had an address and a landmark. It was a big house in a residential area, no guard or any signage. Confirmed on whatsapp that I was indeed at the right house. Rang the door bell and some dude opened the door and said 'servicio?' I nodded Si and he let me in. I was here to see Yari but the girl who greeted me had me change my mind in real time and Yari wasn't there anyways. Total sweetheart and body to my liking, slim with small tits. We headed to the room, total GFE from beginning to end and very affectionate, nothing business like, shy at first but loosened up as time went by. I really wished I could have her meet me at the hotel that night but given the long day I had and two encounters on empty stomach, I decided against it. Left happy as she even had the guy who had opened the door get me a taxi. Bonus points for that.

    Restaurants:

    In my broken Spanish asked the 20 something driver for a restaurant recommendation -he started out with Pizza Hut, Burger King and I started laughing. Finally he got the message and we ended up at a restaurant that far exceeded my expectations. I highly recommend it. Great good, prices lower than expected, good selection of wine. It is called Clavo & Canela. There are couple of these in SAL, one my taxi driver took me to was on Calle LOS Sisimiles. Driver told me to not walk back to hotel and waited for me while I had dinner. I offered him to join me but he politely declined.

    After dinner, while driving back to the hotel, negotiated with the driver if he can take me to Suchitoto the next morning for few hours and drive me back. He was happy to get more business, asked for $60, settled for $45 + lunch. Not bad I suppose.

    Slept like a baby after a day of volcano climb, two chicas and a nice meal with drink to cap off the night.

    Night 2 in the books and lived to tell the tale.

    The next day 8 AM sharp after another ho hum breakfast, hopped in taxi and off to Suchitoto with the driver from last night who was on time waiting for me in lobby. Excellent. On way to Suchitoto he pointed out the bad neighborhoods where gangs are prevalent. If not mistaken, we drove through one or two of such places. I saw streets with gates and barbed wires. Reminded me of dangerous neighborhoods I saw during my travels to Bombay and Manila.

    Since this is not a Lonely Planet forum, let me just say that Suchitoto trip was excellent, so was the lunch at the lake. That's where the driver wanted to eat so I said ok what the hell let's go. I definitely recommend a day trip to this area.

    Offered the driver to take me to airport next morning for $25 and before that take me two casas on my to do list on my last night in SAL..
    You are a very sharp traveler, you sound very educated and not completely comfortable in the blue collar world. That's what San Salvador is, a funky blue collar world. I guess you passed on Roberto as your driver or is he's the one who stood you up at the airport?

    Roberto would have known all the obscure places you went to. He speaks perfect English and is cheap. He used to be the Novo Hotel driver but after many years they got tired of him and some other operation squeezed him out. Sounds like you did fine w / out him though but he speaks perfect english.

    Hotel Novo is a 3 star hotel and I've never had a problem there.

    1. I could give a shit if they had priests or nuns at the front desk, who cares? They sure don't. I've brought the sleaziest SGs in there many times, we just walk through w / zero awkwardness. I've never had an awkward moment in this hobby. I like what I do on the road, my rentals do too. AND there are no extra fees for bringing a temporary friend in. The owners are there during the day and speak english and are very accommodating.

    2. I've never had bug problems there and I mentioned to you what rooms were best w / king beds by the pool. You ended up on a side of the hotel I've never stayed in. Maybe you should have called them, that's what I do.

    3. The restaurant is nothing special but they can cook eggs and toast, some coffee and that's all I need to get going. The beer is cheap and very cold, plus the landscaping there is gorgeous as is the pool. Paradise for us blue collar guys.

    4. The Wifi is like most other hotels, spotty but very usable for the average web surfer, so I guess if it's a working trip where you need reliable super fast Wifi the hotel failed you. I hope your next hotel in SS will be good for your "VPN to your corporate network abroad" action. My shower worked fine like most other 3 star hotels, plenty of hot water w / an occasional cold shock. Keeps you on your toes! I also don't need a safe in the room as I carry a pacsafe shoulder bag always in case no in-room safe.

    5. No stores, no restaurants, no bars, no noise, and there is a mini mart 100 ft up the block. I love the dead end location. I get my supplies from the supermercado and throw them in the fridge. I generally have my own rental car. That's how I roll there. The place isn't for those who are accustom to 5 star hotels but it's perfect for appreciative blue collar / middle class Salvadoreans and me.

    Sorry the hotel let you down. I recommend the place. It's an apartment w / living room, separate bedroom, bath and kitchen. Perfect for a couple of buddies to share. The grounds are old and beautiful and the hotel is centrally located. I've looked around at comparable hotels and Novo is the best in that 3+ star range by far.

    I'm glad that didn't stop you from having a good time. As for the casa chicas timing is everything. I've had very fine women in some of them, la oficina, el sol etc. Your report was very good in this regard as you remembered many details I would have left out. So thank you for that. The casa w / the stage dancing sounds perfect for my taste. I would say 2 nights is not really enough to get the full SS treatment and to understand how the streets work. You were smart to stay off them at night. Kiss Fresh is (for me) the best gentlemen Club in the city, so you might want to return for that. Will you return? Thanks for the report.

  10. #2297

    RE: San Salvador report

    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfurt  [View Original Post]
    Finally made it to El Salvador- thanks to all those who contributed reports to this forum and answered my questions which greatly helped me on this short but productive trip.
    No, thank you for that awesome report!

    One piece of advice I will give you and everyone else reading your report is to download the TripAdvisor app to your smartphone. I use TripAdvisor a lot to cross-check hotels and restaurants during my trips. Your comments about Novo Apart made me chuckle but I'm sure it wasn't funny as you were dealing with bed bugs and Granny from The Beverly Hillbillies.

  11. #2296

    San Salvador report

    Finally made it to El Salvador- thanks to all those who contributed reports to this forum and answered my questions which greatly helped me on this short but productive trip.

    Logistics:

    Arrived in SAL late afternoon, was first one in immigration line, paid $10 for visa and in five minutes was out the door. Much to my dismay, my pre arranged taxi driver was nowhere to be found holding my name card. I walked back and forth couple times eyeing the gathered crowd but didn't see my driver. Avoided the taxi touts and walked right where there are few parking spaces along the curb and gathered my thoughts. I thought about taking the bus route but decided against it as the time was running out and I didn't want to waste any remainder of daylight hours. Just as I was deciding my next move, an older guy walked past me that looked like a taxi driver. I said hola buenas tardes senor -negotiated $25 to centro. I was only one in big clean van with nice A/C. Turned out it was Acacya Taxi.

    Hotel:

    Booked Novo Apart for 3 nights but won't recommend it for several reasons.

    1. The location is in a cul-de-sac alley and there is virtually nothing of utility around the hotel. No cafe, store, mini mart or restaurants. None.

    2. Forget about getting any work done if that requires you to use VPN to your corporate network abroad. WiFi does not work depending on the location of your room. My room was two or three rooms down the so called gym facing the pool and restaurant area. Clearly there was perhaps just one access point and no repeaters or signal boosters. I asked the reception guy where the AP was so I can get close to it to get a stronger signal but he had no clue what I was asking for.

    3. There were bed bugs in the room. Big red spots / bumps on my legs and arms weren't mosquito bites for sure.

    4. Barely dribble of water out of shower and hot / cold lines apparently mixed up. Either cold or boiling hot.

    5. Poor or no communication from the hotel management -pre arrival I had sent them email about requesting a higher floor, bigger one bed instead of two in the room and asked if there was a locker in the room. Never got a response back nor any requests were granted. Note that there was NO safety deposit box in the room (at least not in my room).

    6. The restaurant on premise is over priced for El Salvador, half the items on drink menu were not available by glass and food quality was nothing to write home about. Breakfast was also subpar at best but free and staff was nice and very friendly. One waiter there in mornings speaks English.

    7. One redeeming quality my room -AC worked like a charm. In fact had to turn it off in middle of night as it was freezing in the room.

    8. I had two beds in the room and neither saw any action. At any given time, there was at least one grandma working the front desk including the one that had checked me in on arrival. At night there was a different grandma around the front desk along with a dude.

    The moment I checked in, I knew it'd be difficult or in my case rather embarrassing to bring in a chica and deal with either one or worse with both grandmas at the front desk. Also their English was equally limited as much as my Spanish -even if I did manage to bring in a chica more than half younger than my age and was stopped at front desk, I didn't relish the prospects of any ensuing interrogation or awkwardness. In fact one chica was lined up to come to my hotel but her deal was that I must meet her in the lobby. Given that one grandma was at the front desk, I cancelled that meeting with a sweet looking 22 year old.

    9. The taxi (private cars) at hotel are overpriced and I especially disliked the driver named Alfredo. His starting price was $7 to any place which after a day I knew was less than 1.5 Km away. For the next two days I walked out the hotel alley and hailed taxis on the street. Price was $3 to $5, compared to $7 or $8 quoted by cars parked in front of hotel.

    Chicas / Casas:

    I had done extensive pre trip research on internet ads and had list of places and girls I wanted to see.

    Kimberly Spa:

    Since the room service plan fell through due to grandma guarding the reception desk, after settling in and getting something to eat at hotel restaurant, headed to the first casa on my to-do list. In any other place or rather safer place, I'd have walked to this place as it was only 1. 5 Km away but it was just after sunset so opted for Alfredo's $7 car ride and arrived at Kimberly Spa. No problem finding the place on my google map as driver had no clue (surprising) about the casa. Paid $1 to security guard, no pat down and went in. I knew who I wanted to see and much to my delight Perla was in the line up of 6-7 chicas that introduced themselves. Some small talk with Perla in my poor Spanish on the couch while other nubile things were giggling away at Perla but most likely at my attempts of understanding or speaking Spanish. Headed to the room, no AC but a small fan. Perla was total sweetheart even before getting in the room. Tight body and tall in my opinion for a Salvadoran. I had a great time. I wish I had asked for her number but my to-do list was too long for any repeats.

    Casa Roja:

    Also mentioned on this forum by another member on his recent trip. This place was high on my list because of daily stream of whatsapp messages from them to me with pics of 10-15 chicas and I had my eyes set on couple of them.

    This place is 2 minutes walk from Kimberly on the same street. And as the name implies, it is a red house, entrance and small parking in the back. Got the pat down and paid $4 (one drink included), guard rings the bell but wait! There is a 20 something hot chica sitting there breastfeeding her baby with nice boobs on display. Didn't know I'd see that in a conservative Catholic San Salvador. We exchanged holas and smile while I waited for someone to come out.

    Lady takes me upstairs where the main seating area, bar, and small stage are located. Since I already knew who I wanted to see I wasted no time in asking the lady boss to get Nahomy if she is around and if not get then get Nicole. Damn, both were in the house! Talked to both one by one and got a good vibe from Nahomy. I liked this place as some girls were genuinely having a good time dancing on stage with some nasty moves, good eye candy all around including some gorditas. Even on slimmer girls I found baby fat to be a common factor -all those nasty fast food American establishments coupled by Pupusas definitely not conducive to maintaining a washboard mid-section with small natural boobs which is my Kryptonite.

    Proceeded back downstairs where the rooms are located and a couch where some more chicas were hanging out and were all doable.

    Had a great sensual time with Nahomy in the room, no rush or clock watching. The only issue at this and previous place was that rooms have those energy saving awful grocery store lights. Your choices are that awful light or total darkness so pick your poison.

    At this point Alfredo was supposed to come pick me up but he wasn't there waiting for me and didn't answer his phone or messages. Strike 2. I saw couple of yellow cabs down the street with the drivers chatting on the street. Every driver I spoke to seems to know the hotel, so off we go for $4. At this point I was starving but besides fast food chains, didn't see anything on main drag to stop for dinner. Unfortunately had another mediocre and overpriced meal at the hotel.

    First night in SAL in the books and I was still alive.

    The next day I had private tour planned and knew well ahead that only chance to see chicas would be in evening. As most casas close around 7 PM, I was prepared for limited choices on return from the tour.

    All day did the touristy things that exceeded my expectations. Specially the climb to Santa Ana volcano, the view of crater was absolutely stunning and perhaps once in a lifetime kind of experience. Note that it was by no means an easy climb. I run 10 Ks and half marathons and still found the final ascent to be physically demanding or maybe the exertion was the altitude related. I think the volcano is about 8000 feet high. The descent is by no means easy either due to steep angles, slipping on rocks etc. Be careful if you decide to climb.

    Had late lunch at lake Coatepeque and headed back to SAL. Had no downtime as it was already past 6 PM. I showered and changed, skipped meal and headed out to sample some more of what SAL had to offer. For this evening I had two places on to do list.

    I headed to Francheska spa to meet Diamond or Estefania. Again the cab driver off of the street had no clue and google maps saved the day. Ruby (offers Greek but gordita) opened the door. I asked for Diamond but she wasn't there but Estefania walked in room with a big smile. There was no time wasting in getting to the room. She has beautiful features, nice lips, great set of tetas but again baby fat and not as affectionate as my experiences the other day. No DFK but DATY on the menu with CBJ / CFS. Got the job done but left something to be desired. Oh well, can't complain as it was I think $30 for half hour including a drink. Ruby was pleasant talking to and recommended I should come back and see Diamond next time. I wish but I had other places to be!

    At this point I was starving but had no time to waste eating food as other things worthy of eating were beckoning! Hailed another clueless cabbie headed to a no name place for which I had an address and a landmark. It was a big house in a residential area, no guard or any signage. Confirmed on whatsapp that I was indeed at the right house. Rang the door bell and some dude opened the door and said 'servicio?' I nodded Si and he let me in. I was here to see Yari but the girl who greeted me had me change my mind in real time and Yari wasn't there anyways. Total sweetheart and body to my liking, slim with small tits. We headed to the room, total GFE from beginning to end and very affectionate, nothing business like, shy at first but loosened up as time went by. I really wished I could have her meet me at the hotel that night but given the long day I had and two encounters on empty stomach, I decided against it. Left happy as she even had the guy who had opened the door get me a taxi. Bonus points for that.

    Restaurants:

    In my broken Spanish asked the 20 something driver for a restaurant recommendation -he started out with Pizza Hut, Burger King and I started laughing. Finally he got the message and we ended up at a restaurant that far exceeded my expectations. I highly recommend it. Great good, prices lower than expected, good selection of wine. It is called Clavo & Canela. There are couple of these in SAL, one my taxi driver took me to was on Calle LOS Sisimiles. Driver told me to not walk back to hotel and waited for me while I had dinner. I offered him to join me but he politely declined.

    After dinner, while driving back to the hotel, negotiated with the driver if he can take me to Suchitoto the next morning for few hours and drive me back. He was happy to get more business, asked for $60, settled for $45 + lunch. Not bad I suppose.

    Slept like a baby after a day of volcano climb, two chicas and a nice meal with drink to cap off the night.

    Night 2 in the books and lived to tell the tale.

    The next day 8 AM sharp after another ho hum breakfast, hopped in taxi and off to Suchitoto with the driver from last night who was on time waiting for me in lobby. Excellent. On way to Suchitoto he pointed out the bad neighborhoods where gangs are prevalent. If not mistaken, we drove through one or two of such places. I saw streets with gates and barbed wires. Reminded me of dangerous neighborhoods I saw during my travels to Bombay and Manila.

    Since this is not a Lonely Planet forum, let me just say that Suchitoto trip was excellent, so was the lunch at the lake. That's where the driver wanted to eat so I said ok what the hell let's go. I definitely recommend a day trip to this area.

    Offered the driver to take me to airport next morning for $25 and before that take me two casas on my to do list on my last night in SAL.

    Xtasis:

    I showered and changed and off we went to Xtasis. For days I had my eyes on curly haired little petite Estefania and Diana. Again, google map to the rescue. Apparently even the taxi drivers only knew of few big name places such as KF, Kairos etc but not about these places I visited. Anyhow, my lucky day as Estefania giggling open the door, gives me a hug. I don't see Diana there but another girl walks in the room with bleached blonde hair and bit of a booty I wouldn't have minded tapping if Estefania wasn't there. Oh well, off we go the small room with a small fan, S shaped whatever they call it sex chair and a small bed. Before we could even undress, she has her tongue deep in my mouth and hand reaching down my pants. Fuck what a lucky guy I am. Estefania wants me to suck her pussy and pinch her nipples -no problem there. Despite the fan on it was hot and sweaty affair. From the S chair, moved to bed and finished K9. Wow, what a great time. Estefania wanted to meet after she finishes work and forces her whatsapp number on me. Thanks! But I had no time for any repeats as another casa was on my list.

    Made it out of there for waiting taxi dude with big grin on my face. I tell him with google translate that he should be paying me for showing him the casas he had no clue about! We had a good laugh and we headed to one place he did know, El Sol A. K. a Casa del Sol.

    Casa del Sol:

    I saved this casa for my last adventure in SAL as I was eager to see Maria or Paola. I thought the night would end on even higher note but unfortunately my last experience in SAL was the lowest ranking one for several reasons. First, just because instead of having a security guard in a uniform they had a guy in cheap black suit outside, doesn't justify a $10 cover. Ok whatever, went in the house and there were four bored looking chicas in the room. No smile, nothing welcoming, no naked bodies, no music, no vibe. Nothing! I wish I had bailed out but it was late and this was 'it' in terms of casa hopping. I asked if Maria was there but got a silent no shaking heads response. There walked in Valerie, obviously the most senior in the group but greeted me with a smile and took me upstairs and got me a drink, turned on A/C and TV. She calls for the same boring looking girls to come up and introduce themselves. At this point I knew that Valerie would be the best choice given the quality and attitude of other girls.

    Little small talk with Valerie and she hands me the casa 'menu' -prices double than what I have been paying in last 48 hours, $45 for half hour so we proceed to the room which is right where we were sitting upstairs. Valerie has some poundage on her but has a nice face and was open to kissing and seems more relaxed once we got going. There was a clean shower / bathroom in the room. She tried to up-sell sin condom oral for $20 and I declined as I had barely enough for my last session and two more taxi rides. Overall so so session, got the job done but I had higher expectations for El Sol.

    Next morning 8 AM sharp checked out and went to airport with my taxi driver from previous day.

    Other observations;

    1. I found El Salvador to be a beautiful and very green country. Despite the pollution and car smog in the city, anywhere you look up you will see trees, mountains, and volcanoes. On parts of roads, trees from opposite side of roads make an oning which makes for a lovely drive.

    2. I didn't see drivers beeping at each other -could be as my driver told me that beeping could start a fight ending up in shooting! Road rage max?

    3. Found taxi drivers generally obeying traffic lights even at night.

    4. SAL boasts at least two high quality museums including Dr. Guzman National museum.

    5. Over and over I heard the two dreaded words that became part of my limited Spanish vocabulary -Pandillas & Peligroso.

    6. Wish had more time to see the site of massacre at El Mozote where nearly 1000 civilians were killed in 1981 by US trained military.

    7. Didn't have time to check out famous Kiss Fresh or Kairos but no regrets. I saw every girl on my list except for Maria at El Sol.

    So that's it gentlemen.
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  12. #2295
    Gentlemen,

    Thanks for the feedback on my question, KF sounds promising to hang out at for few hours and eat / drink while recovering between sessions.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mexidan  [View Original Post]
    Kiss Fresh has two menus. The first one is in a plastic table topper. It has a few appetizers. However, if you ask the waiter for the full menu, they pull out a full restaurant menu. The food is very slow to come out, whether it is a full meal or appetizers.

  13. #2294
    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfurt  [View Original Post]
    Guy,s

    Given the quantity of available girls at some of the SAL casas, why not use them as FKKs if they could only provide food along with drinks for the time in between sessions? Instead of marching casa to casa in heat and somewhat questionable safety of the city, it makes sense for some of these places to start serving food. Are there any that do? I'd rather camp out at same casa for 3-4 hours as I generally do in my local FKKs and sample the talent in safety and comfort of one place. Do places like KF etc work out as such?
    Kiss Fresh has two menus. The first one is in a plastic table topper. It has a few appetizers. However, if you ask the waiter for the full menu, they pull out a full restaurant menu. The food is very slow to come out, whether it is a full meal or appetizers.

  14. #2293

    RE: Casas serving food?

    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfurt  [View Original Post]
    Guys,

    Given the quantity of available girls at some of the SAL casas, why not use them as FKKs if they could only provide food along with drinks for the time in between sessions? Instead of marching casa to casa in heat and somewhat questionable safety of the city, it makes sense for some of these places to start serving food. Are there any that do? I'd rather camp out at same casa for 3-4 hours as I generally do in my local FKKs and sample the talent in safety and comfort of one place. Do places like KF etc work out as such?
    Apparently, Kiss Fresh does indeed have a "Menu de Comida." Here's the link from their website:

    https://www.kissfreshsv.com/menucomida/index.html

    I don't see any mention of food on La Mansion 316's site.

  15. #2292

    Casas serving food?

    Guy,s

    Given the quantity of available girls at some of the SAL casas, why not use them as FKKs if they could only provide food along with drinks for the time in between sessions? Instead of marching casa to casa in heat and somewhat questionable safety of the city, it makes sense for some of these places to start serving food. Are there any that do? I'd rather camp out at same casa for 3-4 hours as I generally do in my local FKKs and sample the talent in safety and comfort of one place. Do places like KF etc work out as such?

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