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    Tegucigalpa in Nueva York

    I was in Tegucigalpa in 2008 and I met a keeper however, the distance and language barrier was a strain and after a few months we stopped calling and writing one another. She never asked me to send her any money or anything so I believe her interest was sincere. Iíll refer to her as Mary going forward.

    Recently I caught wind that she might becoming to NY because a close relative of herís was receiving an award. I went to the award presentation and she was there. She was surprised and excited to see me, she greeted me with a warm hug. I gave her my number and she called me later that night and invited me to come visit her the next afternoon.

    The next day I went down to where she was staying the place was packed with friends and relatives, everyone was dancing, eating and drinking. I was made to feel welcomed by everyone my cup was never empty. I tried to get her to leave with me for a little while but she couldnít because many people had come from all over to visit with her and her travel companions. She was also leaving the next day. We did manage to steal away to a less populated part of the house where we made out a bit. At some point she introduced me to her cousin who Iíll call Nancy. Later in the evening Mary and I became separated and I found myself in a hallway with Nancy we made small talk about Honduras and my last trip there, then I made my way back to Mary.

    When it was time to leave Mary and I went out front of the house hugged and said a long goodbye. As Iím walking down the street to my car I hear someone calling my name, I turned around and there was Nancy running after me (Mary was nowhere insight). She stopped me and asked for my number. I gave it to her and 15 minutes later she called me. I told her I was on the other line and would call her back. I didnít though, I waited until I knew Mary was gone before I called her. We spoke just about everyday there after.

    Today one week after we met, Nancy and I got together. I had some errands to run in her part of town so I picked her up and took her with me. I was going to take her out to eat but she was very eager to get to my house. So we came to my house and with in 10 minutes we were in the bed. Afterwards we took a nap then went at it again. I drove her home and was hungry so we went to a Honduran restaurant near her home. Iím sitting there eating pollo frito con plantaino maduro y refesca banana, the bachatta music is blasting, theres a dance floor and 2 pool tables I felt like I was in Honduras.

    Now Mary has been calling me from Tegucigalpa almost every other day and writing me again as well. I know this is a NY story not really a Tegucigalpa story but I wanted to share it any way.

    I thought the women were only like that when in Honduras and upon arrival in the US I thought they would stick to there own kind. I thought they only liked us in their country because they saw us as an out I guess I was wrong. Anyway I canít wait to meet Nancyís friends and see what that leads to for me.

    No airline ticket, No hotel bill, just a $17.00 meal for two.

    Side note Nancy Y Mary son morenas.

  2. #142

    Any changes, now that Zelaya has left?

    Has the mongering scene improved now that the political crisis is over?

  3. #141
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    Chocha Monger
    Quote Originally Posted by Iguana Six
    My first cabbie didn't know Chicas Jovenes, so I went to Illusions. The place has taken a dive and has become a dive since I went there five and three years ago. The physical plant has become shabby and worn. Even the owner, who used to dress up was now in jeans and an old polo shirt. Inside, the body oder given off by two guys who seemed fresh off a construction site gave the place a seedy, almost slum like ambience. The urinal was a concrete trough. Where I could find a pretty chica there in 2004, and a slightly overweight one in 2006 who was kinda cute but very troublesome in the room. Now all pole dancers are flabby, except for a hard looking slim gal.
    Nothing to see here people, move on. L140 to get in and a free drink.

    A cabbie outside knew of C-J, but informed me it was closed, the owner having opened up a place called the Juala de Oro, but it was in Comayalaguela. We went deeper into a deserted part of town, and the cabbie showed me an even worse neighborhood with two no-name bars and a the Juala.

    Stay away! The area looked like the set for a music video, it was so run down and dangerous looking, complete with slim tranny on the street corner and slow moving police pick-up truck. Lots of tired looking, overweight, poorly dressed lumps masquerading as working girls. You know something has gone seriously wrong when the best looking "girl" of the evening is the tranny.

    That's it for me. I am writing off Tegu as a destination. We can discuss why it has gone downhill later, but I'll never bad mouth MGA again.
    The country in general has never been a mongering destination. From time to time places worth a visit might pop up but they die off quickly. Most of the locals who can afford it usually keep a few girlfriends or mistresses so there isn't much of a demand for pros. The conservative nature of the general populace pretty much ensures that women only go full pro after hitting rock bottom.

  4. #140
    Quote Originally Posted by Chocha Monger
    Iguana,
    Try asking a taxi driver to take you to casa de citas Chicas Jovenes. It's located close to a Tropigas outlet and the bus station where buses arrive from Comayagua. Other than that you can try finding your own at the mall. There is not a big scene in Tegucigalpa.
    My first cabbie didn't know Chicas Jovenes, so I went to Illusions. The place has taken a dive and has become a dive since I went there five and three years ago. The physical plant has become shabby and worn. Even the owner, who used to dress up was now in jeans and an old polo shirt. Inside, the body oder given off by two guys who seemed fresh off a construction site gave the place a seedy, almost slum like ambience. The urinal was a concrete trough. Where I could find a pretty chica there in 2004, and a slightly overweight one in 2006 who was kinda cute but very troublesome in the room. Now all pole dancers are flabby, except for a hard looking slim gal.
    Nothing to see here people, move on. L140 to get in and a free drink.

    A cabbie outside knew of C-J, but informed me it was closed, the owner having opened up a place called the Juala de Oro, but it was in Comayalaguela. We went deeper into a deserted part of town, and the cabbie showed me an even worse neighborhood with two no-name bars and a the Juala.

    Stay away! The area looked like the set for a music video, it was so run down and dangerous looking, complete with slim tranny on the street corner and slow moving police pick-up truck. Lots of tired looking, overweight, poorly dressed lumps masquerading as working girls. You know something has gone seriously wrong when the best looking "girl" of the evening is the tranny.

    That's it for me. I am writing off Tegu as a destination. We can discuss why it has gone downhill later, but I'll never bad mouth MGA again.

  5. #139
    Quote Originally Posted by Chocha Monger
    Iguana,
    Try asking a taxi driver to take you to casa de citas Chicas Jovenes. It's located close to a Tropigas outlet and the bus station where buses arrive from Comayagua. Other than that you can try finding your own at the mall. There is not a big scene in Tegucigalpa.
    Can you give me some details on Chicas Jovenes? Price? Physical layout? (ie: do they have showers?) Caliber of the chicas?

  6. #138
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    Chocha Monger
    Quote Originally Posted by Generous Gent
    Fact of the matter is, I really don't know much about teguc... Someone out here should though.
    Iguana,
    Try asking a taxi driver to take you to casa de citas Chicas Jovenes. It's located close to a Tropigas outlet and the bus station where buses arrive from Comayagua. Other than that you can try finding your own at the mall. There is not a big scene in Tegucigalpa.

  7. #137
    Fact of the matter is, I really don't know much about teguc... Someone out here should though.


    Quote Originally Posted by Iguana Six
    Boy, talk about a site being dead....

  8. #136

    Bueller? Bueller? Bueller?

    Boy, talk about a site being dead....

  9. #135

    IS there ANY action in Tegu right now?

    Haven't been to Tegu since I made short trips in 2004 and 2006. Given the dearth of info on this site, I usually just made the trip to the club across the street from the airport, tolerated the obnoxious, oily, guy-with-tie, picked someone out and took her to the hotel. The first time was fine, I negotiated a price for 90 minutes and got in two pops with sweet 8. The second time, I made the mistake of paying for a TLN without doing enough negotiation.She wanted to drink beer and watch "Passion of the Christ" - definitely not my idea of foreplay - and seemed to magically send ten pounds from her busom to her butt just by taking off her clothes. Lotsa rules, and her idea of TLN seemed to end a 3am.

    So, I am asking the board for advice. I noticed a lack of photos or reports. Does anyone have any current info?

  10. #134
    And this is what makes buying a vehicle from someone here dangerous; when the shooting starts, it is the vehicle they are looking at, not its occupants. A lot of innocent shootings and you don't know who you really are buying from anyhow; drug dealer, someone who pissed someone off, or an ongoing feud. Life is extremely cheap here in Honduras.


    Quote Originally Posted by Papi Chuulo
    The killing was thought to be accidental, if that's the correct word. He was in the wrong area at the wrong time. Victim of an on-going fued between families there and that he was perhaps mistaken as a member of the rival family. Truck with dark tinted windows. Who could tell?

  11. #133
    The killing was thought to be accidental, if that's the correct word. He was in the wrong area at the wrong time. Victim of an on-going fued between families there and that he was perhaps mistaken as a member of the rival family. Truck with dark tinted windows. Who could tell?

    Quote Originally Posted by Seeker32
    If anyone has any accurate information (Generous Gent) regarding these killings please post it.

  12. #132
    Hello,

    I'm heading to Tegu next week and staying at Intercontinental.

    Anyone with recommendations.

    Thanks

  13. #131
    I just posted in general info area....I wouldn't cancel a trip because of what is going on here as it really doesn't amount to much anyhow. The tanking economy however, is a very good reason. The people here love and want Americans. It is a way of life from them. Chavez made offers of cream and honey to el presidente, and his pockets are wide open. In future years, the debt to Venezuela is going to be incredible, and this country will be in deep doo-doo. The people are aware of this, and want no part of it. Without the support of the USA, this place would turn into another Cuba and trust me...they do not want that.



    Quote Originally Posted by Seeker32
    My boy who is a stationed in Comayagua informed me that an American contractor was murdered in Comayagua about three weeks ago. All soliders have been confined to the base since then.

    Lil Sister (see my previous post) advised me that an American was also killed in Tegucigalpa. My boy was unaware of this. It appears there is strong anti-North American sentiment right now. There have been protest in front of the base in Comayagua.

    Just a heads up to anyone planning a trip. I decided to cancel my trip in Noviembre due to this information as well as, the tanking economy here in the states.

    If anyone has any accurate information (Generous Gent) regarding these killings please post it.

  14. #130

    Two Americans Killed

    My boy who is a stationed in Comayagua informed me that an American contractor was murdered in Comayagua about three weeks ago. All soliders have been confined to the base since then.

    Lil Sister (see my previous post) advised me that an American was also killed in Tegucigalpa. My boy was unaware of this. It appears there is strong anti-North American sentiment right now. There have been protest in front of the base in Comayagua.

    Just a heads up to anyone planning a trip. I decided to cancel my trip in Noviembre due to this information as well as, the tanking economy here in the states.

    If anyone has any accurate information (Generous Gent) regarding these killings please post it.

  15. #129
    Actually it is still working for little planes (ATR) as those flying from/to Guatemala and operated by TACA.

    Just for your information.

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