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  1. #4827

    Viva Colombia has new name and web address.

    You can get to Medellin from Miami as cheap as $180 sometimes, I flew down last year for $220:

    https://vivaair.com/en-co

  2. #4826

    Help Planning my Bogota trip for January 2019

    Am in the process of planning my trip to Colombia for January 2019. Bogota, Medellin and Cartagena.

  3. #4825

    Language issues.

    I am very limited in my Spanish language skills. Can I get by with English? Is there any city / location better than another for English speakers?

  4. #4824
    Quote Originally Posted by Deplorable  [View Original Post]
    ... However, I was wondering if any of you seasoned guys can recommend, by name, some of the bars or clubs within the Poblado area that these semi-pros might be most likely to hang out. Other than Gusto's, I can't seem to find any other bars by name reference either on this or any other boards.
    I haven't been to either, but there are reports that Jensen's (Cra 37 #10-29) and Hacienda (Cra 38 #8 A-08) have some working ladies. They are very close to Parque Lleras.

  5. #4823

    Prepagos.

    Being new to this forum, I apologize ahead of time if this is not the right place to post this question. I a veteran monger in Panama taking my rookie trip to Medellin in a week and a half. Personally, I prefer to go and find Prepagos, semi-pros, etc. Out at the bars so that I can sit and drink, laugh with my buddies and get to know the girls a bit before we head back to the hotel. Don't get me wrong, the massage parlors are definitely good for daytime entertainment and the strip bars have value as well. However, I was wondering if any of you seasoned guys can recommend, by name, some of the bars or clubs within the Poblado area that these semi-pros might be most likely to hang out. Other than Gusto's, I can't seem to find any other bars by name reference either on this or any other boards. For those of you that are familiar with Panama, I'm wondering if a place like Habanos exists in Medellin. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Hopefully I will have a great trip report to post upon my return.

  6. #4822
    Quote Originally Posted by Wynn3877  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys,

    I'm making my first trip to Colombia soon and had a question about cell phone service. AT&T has an international plan for $10 a day or $60 a month. Just wondering if I should sign up for 1 of those plans or just buy a local SIM card upon arrival. My phone is unlocked but haven't seen much information on this topic. Appreciate any help.
    Be sure to install Whatsapp on your phone before going. You must be able to receive a text message to the number you register with Whatsapp in order to activate it.

    A sim card in Colombia is very cheap, I think about $5. Sometimes it is handy to have a local phone. Not "everybody" uses Whatsapp.

  7. #4821
    Quote Originally Posted by Pokeris  [View Original Post]
    If you book uber somewhere near clubs entry or next to many other taxi drivers or somewhere on street where have police try to make pick up point not so close to them because driver will see this things when he will be arriving and will cancel the trip. It happens for me at medellin next to fase doss 2 drivers cancel the trips when they was near me already and last night at santa fe next to the paisas club driver was almost near paisas and suddenly cancel the trip because it was many taxi drivers around and police.
    This is true. Uber drivers are leery of taxis and the cops.

    I usually have a line up of taxis very close to my apartment and when I want to use Uber I text or call the driver to let him know and tell him not to worry. I always offer to get in the front passenger seat so it looks like we are just friends instead of getting into the back seat which is a dead give away that he is an Uber driver.

  8. #4820
    Quote Originally Posted by Wynn3877  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys,

    I'm making my first trip to Colombia soon and had a question about cell phone service. AT&T has an international plan for $10 a day or $60 a month. Just wondering if I should sign up for 1 of those plans or just buy a local SIM card upon arrival. My phone is unlocked but haven't seen much information on this topic. Appreciate any help.
    No reason to get a SIM card upon arrival. Especially if AT&T offers 3 G for the $10 bucks a day or $60 a month international service.

    I have T mobile and I get free 2 G international roaming. It is OK for chatting on Whatsapp and Messenger but I have to connect to WIFI if I want to make a call using Whatsapp.

    Bottom line is everybody uses Whatsapp in Colombia. No reason to get a SIM if you have international data.

  9. #4819

    Question about cell service in Colombia.

    Hey guys,

    I'm making my first trip to Colombia soon and had a question about cell phone service. AT&T has an international plan for $10 a day or $60 a month. Just wondering if I should sign up for 1 of those plans or just buy a local SIM card upon arrival. My phone is unlocked but haven't seen much information on this topic. Appreciate any help.

  10. #4818
    Quote Originally Posted by Pokeris  [View Original Post]
    If you book uber somewhere near clubs entry or next to many other taxi drivers or somewhere on street where have police try to make pick up point not so close to them because driver will see this things when he will be arriving and will cancel the trip. It happens for me at medellin next to fase doss 2 drivers cancel the trips when they was near me already and last night at santa fe next to the paisas club driver was almost near paisas and suddenly cancel the trip because it was many taxi drivers around and police.
    This happened to me several times too. Kudos for mentioning this.

  11. #4817

    Canada Free Press: Michael Fumento In Jail In Colombia On Trumped Up Charges.

    Canada Free Press reports on Michael Fumento's predicament in Colombia: Iconoclastic journalist and Canada Free Press columnist Michael Fumento is currently being held in atrocious conditions in a Colombian jail on absurdly trumped-up charges. Michael Fumento is the author of numerous books including The Myth of Heterosexual AIDS and The Fat of the Land. More recently he saw combat as an embedded reporter with United States troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Some of his combat video recordings have been aired on the History Channel.

    Michael Fumento's recent troubles began Easter Sunday 1 April when he was attacked on the streets of Bogota by a man armed with a knife. The police arrived and arrested Michael. He was brought before a judge and accused of throwing a Molotov cocktail at a house owned by the father of the knife-wielding assailant. The bomb-thrower was described by witnesses only as "a man wearing blue jeans. " Michael was charged with arson and attempted murder. Since that time, he has been held without bail, and denied access to his prescribed medications including clonazepam, a benzodiazepine. Abrupt discontinuation of benzodiazepines has been linked to psychosis, suicidal ideation, status epilepticus seizures, and death. The United States Embassy in Bogota still has not visited him, even though they are required by law to visit any American citizen held in police custody within 48 hours.

    In a telephone conversation, shouting to be heard over the din of his fellow prisoners, Michael told me "What I've been through since then would just blow your mind. You've never seen anything like it. Think about the worst prison movie you've ever seen and that's about it. The conditions here are God-awful. "

    Last year Congress voted to authorize $391 million in foreign aid to Colombia. For many years now Michael Fumento has been the source of some of the most hard-hitting investigative reporting around, speaking truth to power in an age in which bovine gullibility seems to have become a cardinal virtue, Please take a few minutes to call the US Embassy in Bogota at 011-57-1-275-2000 and ask them to do all they can to help free Michael. Also please call your elected officials and ask them to do the same.

    https://canadafreepress.com/article/...-jail-on-trump#. WsuDZcoy2 jg. Facebook.

    Readers who, instead of calling the US Embassy in Bogota, might be able to contact people in either the State Department or the Trump Administration directly to see if they can inspire action.

  12. #4816
    Quote Originally Posted by FunLuvr  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone else have a problem with the Uber app shutting off their Android phone? It happens with me quite often. I will be doing something on Uber, and the phone will turn off. Yesterday, I was tracking the driver's arrival when it shut off. When I turned it on, it displayed a message to connect the charger because the battery was low. When I connected the charger, the battery was at 63%. Usually, it will continue to turn off until I connect the charger. The Uber app is the only app that does that, and it happens probably more than 50% of the time.
    Just landed back from a few days in Bogota. I used Uber on two different phones and never had a problem.

  13. #4815

    Uber app problem

    Does anyone else have a problem with the Uber app shutting off their Android phone? It happens with me quite often. I will be doing something on Uber, and the phone will turn off. Yesterday, I was tracking the driver's arrival when it shut off. When I turned it on, it displayed a message to connect the charger because the battery was low. When I connected the charger, the battery was at 63%. Usually, it will continue to turn off until I connect the charger. The Uber app is the only app that does that, and it happens probably more than 50% of the time.

  14. #4814

    Schwab Bank money transfer

    In the past, there have been discussions here about the time frame of when money transferred to Schwab is available to withdrawn. I talked to an agent yesterday and got a good explanation. When you are on the Schwab web site and pull money from another bank, it will be four days until the money is ready to withdraw. The reason is they allow one day to complete the transaction, and the other bank has three days after the transfer to void the transfer and reclaim the money. If you are on another bank's web site and you push the money to Schwab, the money is available for withdrawal as soon as it is received. I think that explains the different amount of days experienced by previous posters. Now that I know that, I will push from my bank to Schwab. For the first transfer, they have to do a test transfer which may take a couple of days.

  15. #4813

    Suggestion about uber

    If you book uber somewhere near clubs entry or next to many other taxi drivers or somewhere on street where have police try to make pick up point not so close to them because driver will see this things when he will be arriving and will cancel the trip. It happens for me at medellin next to fase doss 2 drivers cancel the trips when they was near me already and last night at santa fe next to the paisas club driver was almost near paisas and suddenly cancel the trip because it was many taxi drivers around and police.

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