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  1. #3855

    Campo update Sept 19

    Been visiting Campo since Sunday. Average looking putas, a few with great smiles. Quality so, so as to sex, first night 3 putas were like going to a mechanical car wash. Last night a home run, culu special.

  2. #3854

    Venezuelan chicas

    Quote Originally Posted by Cursnoop  [View Original Post]
    1 most places take dollars bills with no problem (no coins) a lot of places won't accept 100 $ notes or 50.

    2 people drive on the the same side as USA.

    3 I don't know how campo is at the moment but there are a lot of bars on the island full with top quality Venezuelan chicas.
    I appreciate your advice on the currency exchange and driving conditions. Is it possible for a non-spanish speaking guy to hook up with these Venezuelan girls? If so could you PM the names of a few bars where these Venezuelan chicas hang out? Any info on pricing would also be helpful to a Curacao newbie.

  3. #3853

    Besides Campo

    What are some of the other places besides Campo that you guys would recommend checking out?

  4. #3852
    Quote Originally Posted by Knoteebuoy  [View Original Post]
    I have been a loyal visitor to Sint Maarten for 6 or 7 years; visiting 3 to 4 times a year. I have been reading the Curacao thread with interest all the time thinking Campo Allegro would be a fun place to visit. With conditions being what they are in Sint Maarten I am considering changing my planned November trip to Curacao. I have a couple of non-mongering questions for those experienced with the island.

    1. Is it possible to pay for most things with US dollars or is it better to exchange money to the local currency? (Guilders I believe).

    2. Do people drive on the right side of the road? (as opposed to the left not the wrong side).

    Any advice would be welcomed.
    1 most places take dollars bills with no problem (no coins) a lot of places won't accept 100 $ notes or 50.

    2 people drive on the the same side as USA.

    3 I don't know how campo is at the moment but there are a lot of bars on the island full with top quality Venezuelan chicas.

  5. #3851

    Wonderful

    Quote Originally Posted by Pogostick  [View Original Post]
    You'll have more of an opportunity to interact with the chicas at Campo than at the bars in SXM. The girls are everywhere, in the bar, on the streets, at the snack bar, etc. There seems, at least to me, to be less pressure and hustle as well. I like to get there early, just before sunset, sit on the big porch by the bar and watch the camp come to life. You'll have a chance to see many of them and you can sit and chat for a while. Unlike SXM, there are no room fees or time limits, just the inexpensive entry fee. I've spent hours in a room with a girl, just because we enjoyed each other's company. I think you'll like the relaxed, mellow atmosphere.

    Have fun,

    Pogoi.
    What you describe sounds down right wonderful. Looking forward to the trip even more now!

  6. #3850
    Quote Originally Posted by Knoteebuoy  [View Original Post]
    Thanks to those who shared advise re: currency and driving on the island. I have booked my trip for mid December.

    I will miss Sint Maarten but am looking forward to experiencing the island and Campo Allegro in particular. From what I have read on the form the mongering experience will be different. I enjoyed the up-close and often crowded bar scene in Sint Maarten. I found it provided an opportunity to get up close and personal with the Chica's before committing to a session. (Some definitely looked better from afar.) It also allowed a chance to interact and see what kind of chemistry developed.

    My understanding of Campo Allegro is that there is a bar on premise but that in order to session it is often necessary to cruise the streets and knock on doors. Is this accurate? Do many of the girls hang out at the bar in the evenings?
    You'll have more of an opportunity to interact with the chicas at Campo than at the bars in SXM. The girls are everywhere, in the bar, on the streets, at the snack bar, etc. There seems, at least to me, to be less pressure and hustle as well. I like to get there early, just before sunset, sit on the big porch by the bar and watch the camp come to life. You'll have a chance to see many of them and you can sit and chat for a while. Unlike SXM, there are no room fees or time limits, just the inexpensive entry fee. I've spent hours in a room with a girl, just because we enjoyed each other's company. I think you'll like the relaxed, mellow atmosphere.

    Have fun,

    Pogoi.

  7. #3849

    Curacao Bound

    Thanks to those who shared advise re: currency and driving on the island. I have booked my trip for mid December.

    I will miss Sint Maarten but am looking forward to experiencing the island and Campo Allegro in particular. From what I have read on the form the mongering experience will be different. I enjoyed the up-close and often crowded bar scene in Sint Maarten. I found it provided an opportunity to get up close and personal with the Chica's before committing to a session. (Some definitely looked better from afar.) It also allowed a chance to interact and see what kind of chemistry developed.

    My understanding of Campo Allegro is that there is a bar on premise but that in order to session it is often necessary to cruise the streets and knock on doors. Is this accurate? Do many of the girls hang out at the bar in the evenings?

  8. #3848
    Quote Originally Posted by OceanDiver59  [View Original Post]
    Yes you can pay with US dollars but I prefer to use Guilders. You can get both from the ATM there. They drive on the right side but it pays to be careful.
    I found the best way to exchange money without ATM or Cambio fees is to pay you entry to Campo with a US $100 bill. They'll give you the change in Guilders.

  9. #3847
    Quote Originally Posted by Knoteebuoy  [View Original Post]
    I have been a loyal visitor to Sint Maarten for 6 or 7 years; visiting 3 to 4 times a year. I have been reading the Curacao thread with interest all the time thinking Campo Allegro would be a fun place to visit. With conditions being what they are in Sint Maarten I am considering changing my planned November trip to Curacao. I have a couple of non-mongering questions for those experienced with the island.

    1. Is it possible to pay for most things with US dollars or is it better to exchange money to the local currency? (Guilders I believe).

    2. Do people drive on the right side of the road? (as opposed to the left not the wrong side).

    Any advice would be welcomed.
    Yes you can pay with US dollars but I prefer to use Guilders. You can get both from the ATM there. They drive on the right side but it pays to be careful.

  10. #3846
    Quote Originally Posted by Knoteebuoy  [View Original Post]
    I have been a loyal visitor to Sint Maarten for 6 or 7 years; visiting 3 to 4 times a year. I have been reading the Curacao thread with interest all the time thinking Campo Allegro would be a fun place to visit. With conditions being what they are in Sint Maarten I am considering changing my planned November trip to Curacao. I have a couple of non-mongering questions for those experienced with the island.

    1. Is it possible to pay for most things with US dollars or is it better to exchange money to the local currency? (Guilders I believe).

    2. Do people drive on the right side of the road? (as opposed to the left not the wrong side).

    Any advice would be welcomed.
    You can pay either guilders or dollars both accepted. But I suggest better use guilders in Campo then dollars. People tend to overcharge when they see you have them to spend.

    And yes right driving is the norm. My man you good to go Campo is still the cheapest brothel in the Caribbean.

  11. #3845

    Basic info

    Quote Originally Posted by Knoteebuoy  [View Original Post]
    I have been a loyal visitor to Sint Maarten for 6 or 7 years; visiting 3 to 4 times a year. I have been reading the Curacao thread with interest all the time thinking Campo Allegro would be a fun place to visit. With conditions being what they are in Sint Maarten I am considering changing my planned November trip to Curacao. I have a couple of non-mongering questions for those experienced with the island.

    1. Is it possible to pay for most things with US dollars or is it better to exchange money to the local currency? (Guilders I believe).

    2. Do people drive on the right side of the road? (as opposed to the left not the wrong side).

    Any advice would be welcomed.
    1- dollars are accepted everywhere. Guilders are better to use so that the locals and chicas don't try to take advantage of you.

    2- driving is easy, and on the right side of the road.

  12. #3844

    Basic Info

    I have been a loyal visitor to Sint Maarten for 6 or 7 years; visiting 3 to 4 times a year. I have been reading the Curacao thread with interest all the time thinking Campo Allegro would be a fun place to visit. With conditions being what they are in Sint Maarten I am considering changing my planned November trip to Curacao. I have a couple of non-mongering questions for those experienced with the island.

    1. Is it possible to pay for most things with US dollars or is it better to exchange money to the local currency? (Guilders I believe).

    2. Do people drive on the right side of the road? (as opposed to the left not the wrong side).

    Any advice would be welcomed.

  13. #3843

    Quality

    Quote Originally Posted by Gagoo  [View Original Post]
    You are correct. I was there not long ago and reported the quality this trip was lacking. The girls keep coming and going, so you never know. But most of them disappear before Christmas and go home. There should be a lot of girls there in November trying to make their money before their Christmas break.
    I did find a gal in 237, Valentina, who's got great reverse CG skills. Great view, great effort. Cute, short Colombian who would be appreciated by an ass man, far before a tits guy.

    She was energetic and willing to do most of what I asked.

    JtS.

  14. #3842

    Quality

    Quote Originally Posted by JackTheSnack  [View Original Post]
    Hi there,

    Any one been to Campo lately? I was there there the other night. Wasn't super impressed by the selection, though there were a few good options. Wondering if anyone has a room numbers or names of high quality chicas? Preferably ones that speak English.
    You are correct. I was there not long ago and reported the quality this trip was lacking. The girls keep coming and going, so you never know. But most of them disappear before Christmas and go home. There should be a lot of girls there in November trying to make their money before their Christmas break.

  15. #3841
    Hi there,

    Any one been to Campo lately? I was there there the other night. Wasn't super impressed by the selection, though there were a few good options. Wondering if anyone has a room numbers or names of high quality chicas? Preferably ones that speak English.

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