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  1. #7797
    Quote Originally Posted by Gastam  [View Original Post]
    Sorry, just posted this without any context or translation.

    Seems like they are proposing a law to fine those who solicit prostitutes. Not a law yet, just proposed by Congress. Not sure how long these things take to get considered or probability of this passing, but saw it on my feed and thought I would share.
    Zero probability at this time. The Colombian society duly sees the sexual workers as vulnerable and tries to protect them in their line of work.

    The following link from the same source tells that 'not paying for services rendered is considered to be discriminatory'.

    http://www.colombia.com/actualidad/j...discriminacion

  2. #7796
    I doubt that bill will go anywhere. It's a politician posturing.

  3. #7795
    Sorry, just posted this without any context or translation.

    Seems like they are proposing a law to fine those who solicit prostitutes. Not a law yet, just proposed by Congress. Not sure how long these things take to get considered or probability of this passing, but saw it on my feed and thought I would share.


  4. #7794
    Quote Originally Posted by Trifecta68  [View Original Post]
    Guys- I would love to travel to Cartagena and see first hand the abundance of beautiful Colombian women. However Panama allows me to do nearly the same in a safe, controlled, US Dollar, heavy Colombian & Venezuelan Chica environment. First class airport, hotels, casinos and fairly good restaurants. As far as nothing to do, Panama has plenty of opportunities. Fishing, golf, canopy & Jungle tours. Excursions to outer Islands via Trump (Sun Casino) Departure Area. You can get adventurous and travel safe to any city in Panama for about $10 from the Allbrook National Transportation Center. There is plenty to do. Don't believe the hype. It is more than just the Canal.

    And of course world class Habanos! Its one stop shop. No need to go anywhere else. Pull in around 9:30 pm and enjoy the unbelievable show. Every night 50-70 beauties from all over Central and South America strut their stuff. You will find your dream girls there for sure. My last trip 2 weeks ago, I met 3 solid tens (Peru, Cali& Caracas) and 1 eight from Santa Marta who I negotiated with to be my translator and join in on threesomes. You may find cheaper areas but for safety, reliability, dollars and Habanos it's a no brainer.
    Trifecta. Have you golf in Panama? Any comments, recommendations?

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  6. #7792
    Thank you very much for the information. Had I been thinking, I would have known to Google it myself. I guess it wasn't very smart of me.

    It's nearly impossible in this hobby to completely avoid the drug culture, even if you are not a user. Drug use is so prevalent among the chicas, eventually you will be exposed. While knowing the law isn't going to do you a damn bit of good with a cop determined to be a prick, it is at least smart to know what you are exposing yourself to. The more accurate information you have, allows you to make smarter decisions. Thanks again for the information.

    Quote Originally Posted by GreenBud  [View Original Post]
    Came up first on Google Search: http://druglawreform.info/en/country...m/203-colombia.

    Drug use is prohibited, but it has been decriminalized.

    Legal medical marijuana industry is growing in Colombia.

    So the question remains, what will happen if the cops see you smoking a joint. I've seen young locals smoke openly in the park, with cops nearby. But we are tourist, so we can be treated differently, but I have no experience / first hand knowledge of this question.

    What happens if a cop catches you with coke in your pocket? I have no idea. I've seen cops randomly search young locals in the city. Not sure if they are searching for weapons and / or drugs. I haven't been stopped and searched by cops yet. My guess is either because I look like a tourist or just luck of the draw.

  7. #7791
    Thank you very much for the information. Had I been thinking, I would have known to Google it myself. I guess it wasn't very smart of me.

    It's nearly impossible in this hobby to completely avoid the drug culture, even if you are not a user. Drug use is so prevalent among the chicas, eventually you will be exposed. While knowing the law isn't going to do you a damn bit of good with a cop determined to be a prick, it is at least smart to know what you are exposing yourself to. The more accurate information you have, allows you to make smarter decisions. Thanks again for the information.

    Quote Originally Posted by GreenBud  [View Original Post]
    Came up first on Google Search: http://druglawreform.info/en/country...m/203-colombia.

    Drug use is prohibited, but it has been decriminalized.

    Legal medical marijuana industry is growing in Colombia.

    So the question remains, what will happen if the cops see you smoking a joint. I've seen young locals smoke openly in the park, with cops nearby. But we are tourist, so we can be treated differently, but I have no experience / first hand knowledge of this question.

    What happens if a cop catches you with coke in your pocket? I have no idea. I've seen cops randomly search young locals in the city. Not sure if they are searching for weapons and / or drugs. I haven't been stopped and searched by cops yet. My guess is either because I look like a tourist or just luck of the draw.

  8. #7790
    Charleston is a very upscale hotel where there is no issue bringing girls.

  9. #7789
    Quote Originally Posted by Alliwantislove  [View Original Post]
    "Thank you for consider Hyatt Regency Cartagena, as an option for your upcoming stay in our city!

    According to your request, I would like to inform you that there is an additional fee of $80 USD + Taxes (approximately $236,000 COP + taxes) per person added if they are not present at the time of check in and will be transient guests at the hotel, in addition to it, for security purposes everyone has to be registered in our system, they must show a valid Colombian ID, or a Passport if they are foreigners at the front desk. The allowed times for receiving transient guests in the rooms are from 10:00 PM until 06:00 AM.
    .
    How many times has been repeated that NO UPSCALE or just decent hotel in most Colombia cities will ever allow people to take girls to the rooms?
    They do anything possible to discourage it, if not formally forbid it.
    Still people asking. Forget it.

  10. #7788
    Quote Originally Posted by YippieKayay  [View Original Post]
    Urban legend? I have been stopped rudely more than once in Colombia by police. I recall one time I was asked numerous times if I had drugs while I was searched. When they found nothing the cop began to declare that my phone was not mine but in fact stolen. That's when I demonstrated the fingerprint scanner on the phone and the cop started looking foolish in front of his partner.

    A law could pass tomorrow decriminalising all drugs in Colombia and shakedowns will still happen.

    I have been traveling to Colombia four to five times a year for the last couple of years. You still think it's "urban legend" then head down and smoke some mj in front of police.
    My experience is opposite of yours. I rarely get a second look from the police. If I do it's usually a smile or a nod.

    However, I recognize that each of us is subject to different treatment from the police. I might be able to smoke a joint while standing next to the police and they may say nothing. Another person may just walk by and get searched and harassed for nothing. This is true in every country. Whether or not you are breaking the law is not part of the process.

  11. #7787
    Quote Originally Posted by Borracho  [View Original Post]
    I don't smoke pot, snort coke, or even drink anymore. However, there seems to be a lot of discussion involving Urban legend and little or no fact. I am just curious as to what the law actually says. I've seen the question asked a few times, but nobody ever answers it.
    Urban legend? I have been stopped rudely more than once in Colombia by police. I recall one time I was asked numerous times if I had drugs while I was searched. When they found nothing the cop began to declare that my phone was not mine but in fact stolen. That's when I demonstrated the fingerprint scanner on the phone and the cop started looking foolish in front of his partner.

    A law could pass tomorrow decriminalising all drugs in Colombia and shakedowns will still happen.

    I have been traveling to Colombia four to five times a year for the last couple of years. You still think it's "urban legend" then head down and smoke some mj in front of police.

  12. #7786
    Quote Originally Posted by Borracho  [View Original Post]
    I don't smoke pot, snort coke, or even drink anymore. However, there seems to be a lot of discussion involving Urban legend and little or no fact. I am just curious as to what the law actually says. I've seen the question asked a few times, but nobody ever answers it.
    Came up first on Google Search: http://druglawreform.info/en/country...m/203-colombia.

    Drug use is prohibited, but it has been decriminalized.

    Legal medical marijuana industry is growing in Colombia.

    So the question remains, what will happen if the cops see you smoking a joint. I've seen young locals smoke openly in the park, with cops nearby. But we are tourist, so we can be treated differently, but I have no experience / first hand knowledge of this question.

    What happens if a cop catches you with coke in your pocket? I have no idea. I've seen cops randomly search young locals in the city. Not sure if they are searching for weapons and / or drugs. I haven't been stopped and searched by cops yet. My guess is either because I look like a tourist or just luck of the draw.

  13. #7785

    GF hotels

    I have a former girl I used to bang living here and thinking of coming a couple days early and check out the scene. Never mongered in Colombia, but met the ex via CC. Hotels GF? Recommended spots?

    Thanks.

  14. #7784

    Guest at the new Hyatt

    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyDi  [View Original Post]
    A couple of months ago, I had asked the question "Is the new Hyatt guest friendly" and received a general reply. I was wondering, since the hotel is still fairly new, if anyone has tried to bring a chica in there. Thanks for any replies.
    My knee-jerk response to a question like yours is to say "send the hotel an email". That's worked for me slightly more often than not. But a recent email sent to a hotel in Cololmbia got no response. And of course a hotel might say "no" when in fact they sometimes bend the rule for the right customer and under the right circumstances.

    So. I sent the hotel a simple straightforward question. It took a few days but I did get a response.

    "Thank you for consider Hyatt Regency Cartagena, as an option for your upcoming stay in our city!

    According to your request, I would like to inform you that there is an additional fee of $80 USD + Taxes (approximately $236,000 COP + taxes) per person added if they are not present at the time of check in and will be transient guests at the hotel, in addition to it, for security purposes everyone has to be registered in our system, they must show a valid Colombian ID, or a Passport if they are foreigners at the front desk. The allowed times for receiving transient guests in the rooms are from 10:00 PM until 06:00 AM.

    If there is anything else that we can do for you, do not hesitate to contact us, and we will more than glad to assist you. ".

    Bob.

  15. #7783
    Quote Originally Posted by YippieKayay  [View Original Post]
    It doesn't matter what the law says. If they throw you in jail it will be several months or maybe years before you see a judge. Colombia does not have rule of law. Especially if you are some high extranjero. You want to smoke pot? Plenty of destinations where it is legal and rule of law is respected.
    I don't smoke pot, snort coke, or even drink anymore. However, there seems to be a lot of discussion involving Urban legend and little or no fact. I am just curious as to what the law actually says. I've seen the question asked a few times, but nobody ever answers it.

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