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  1. #23070
    Quote Originally Posted by Gagoo  [View Original Post]
    If she's that good I'd like her number. LOL.
    +1. Hurry up!
    She must be that fresh type of girl, nearly inexperienced.... I wonder how she looks dressed up as colegiala.

  2. #23069

    Is she that good?

    Quote Originally Posted by FunLuvr  [View Original Post]
    Your inbox is full.
    If she's that good I'd like her number. LOL.

    The best I, or a couple of my friends ever had was a girl that worked in Energy called Paulina. But I don't think she has been working there for about a year now. Seems like her old number doesn't work either.

    If anyone has a new contact info for her, that would be special.

  3. #23068

    Geraldine

    Quote Originally Posted by FunLuvr  [View Original Post]
    Your inbox is full.
    Can I have the info too?

  4. #23067
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeo9112  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone have a good, current number for Geraldine? The number I have doesn't seem to be working. Please feel free to PM.

    Thanks,

    Rodeo.
    Your inbox is full.

  5. #23066
    Quote Originally Posted by Queens35  [View Original Post]
    Yes, renting a car in MDE is pointless.
    Cost of living, hotels, restaurants and most goods in Medellin is surprisingly inexpensive, but with just one exception: car rental fees match the high side of fees in Europe.

    In addition, there is NO reason to wish to have a personal car in Medellin, unless maybe in just two cases:

    1) you wish to fuck a street girl in your car (it's an experience which has its own merit and appeal, I understand);.

    2) you wish to go out Medellin and be free to go where you want and with the times you want (a day spent going around Antioquia, for example in Santa Fe, Guatape, etc. Should not be missed by any tourist coming here), without the constraints of public transportation.

    However, at least for me, both cases have never been really compelling enough to move me to rent a car. Indeed:

    1) I had some BJs on a taxi (but the driver was already kind of my friend, after a while we knew each other, and therefore part of the fun was roaming the worst areas to hunt with him well after midnight).

    2) if you don't have any local friend who can take you around on a Sunday, you can arrange a car with driver for the same price of a car rental.

  6. #23065
    Yes, renting a car in MDE is pointless and probably more stress and aggrevation that its worth.

    The most that I have ever paid for a taxi was $9-10 I think. And that was because we took a parked taxi from centro strip club.

  7. #23064
    You are correct.

    Quote Originally Posted by BoredInIN  [View Original Post]
    There's a lot more guys with more experience than me that can help but my 2 cents. The 3 of you just share a cab to and from airport, it's cheap. Are you planning on traveling outside of Medellin? In my visits I have never once thought, I wish I had a car. Cabs throughout the city will run you about 3 bucks total and traffic in Medellin is awful! It's not worth the headache in my opinion.

  8. #23063
    OK, good advice in general but "aggressive drivers" is a major overstatement compared to the Dominican Republic. Anyone with successful driving experience in Santo Domingo will find Medellin driving very easy by comparison. The cost of car rentals however is much more expensive, so JBee is spot on that you can get a private driver for similar cost. You can use taxis and uber for much less than the cost of renting a car. Parking is tight in Centro right now because of the now years old sewer reconstruction project. That project isn't doing much for traffic flow in Centro either. Walking is by far the fastest way to make your way around Centro. A car can be convenient for trips between Poblado and Centro but so are buses, uber, and taxis. Have a great time!

    Quote Originally Posted by JjBee62  [View Original Post]
    For the cost of a car, plus insurance you can hire a driver who knows his way around.

    Traffic in Medellin is bad and drivers are aggressive. Motorcycles, cars and buses will squeeze by with inches to spare. The streets are a pain. You can rarely turn left. You have to find the right street with a you-turn, or where you can make a series of turns to get headed in the right direction. Then there's the problems with parking.

    No matter where you stay you are probably only a short walk away from a bus stop (2000 cop) or metro station (2300 cop). If you prefer, a taxi will cost between 5000 and 15000 cop to just about anywhere you want to go. Uber is usually about the same price.

    To put that in perspective, you can get almost anywhere for $5 or less. If you plan on hitting the Centro Clubs and casas, you'll be taking a taxi anyway. My friends here with cars spend more time in Uber or a taxi than in their own cars.

  9. #23062
    BoredInN and JjBee62 Thank you.

    Settles it, no car. LOL, That's funny that your friends spend more time in Uber and Taxi's than their own cars.

    But yeah, that makes my life easier too, because I'm usually the driver. Now I can actually just drink and enjoy!

    Much appreciated again fellas, I'll probably have some more questions later, but I just expect to be posting a great trip report come September.

    Quote Originally Posted by JjBee62  [View Original Post]
    For the cost of a car, plus insurance you can hire a driver who knows his way around.

    Traffic in Medellin is bad and drivers are aggressive. Motorcycles, cars and buses will squeeze by with inches to spare. The streets are a pain. You can rarely turn left. You have to find the right street with a you-turn, or where you can make a series of turns to get headed in the right direction. Then there's the problems with parking.

    No matter where you stay you are probably only a short walk away from a bus stop (2000 cop) or metro station (2300 cop). If you prefer, a taxi will cost between 5000 and 15000 cop to just about anywhere you want to go. Uber is usually about the same price.

    To put that in perspective, you can get almost anywhere for $5 or less. If you plan on hitting the Centro Clubs and casas, you'll be taking a taxi anyway. My friends here with cars spend more time in Uber or a taxi than in their own cars.

  10. #23061
    Quote Originally Posted by Kaldres  [View Original Post]
    What's up fellas.

    I'm planning our first trip to Medellin in September with two of my friends who have been to DR with me the past four years.

    We always rented a car in DR, is it safe and sensible to rent a car in Medellin?

    I like to consider myself somewhat sensible, so I know better than to go driving about late at night, or into neighborhoods that are unknown or look shady.

    Would try to link up with one of the guides on these threads too.
    For the cost of a car, plus insurance you can hire a driver who knows his way around.

    Traffic in Medellin is bad and drivers are aggressive. Motorcycles, cars and buses will squeeze by with inches to spare. The streets are a pain. You can rarely turn left. You have to find the right street with a you-turn, or where you can make a series of turns to get headed in the right direction. Then there's the problems with parking.

    No matter where you stay you are probably only a short walk away from a bus stop (2000 cop) or metro station (2300 cop). If you prefer, a taxi will cost between 5000 and 15000 cop to just about anywhere you want to go. Uber is usually about the same price.

    To put that in perspective, you can get almost anywhere for $5 or less. If you plan on hitting the Centro Clubs and casas, you'll be taking a taxi anyway. My friends here with cars spend more time in Uber or a taxi than in their own cars.

  11. #23060

    Car rental

    There's a lot more guys with more experience than me that can help but my 2 cents. The 3 of you just share a cab to and from airport, it's cheap. Are you planning on traveling outside of Medellin? In my visits I have never once thought, I wish I had a car. Cabs throughout the city will run you about 3 bucks total and traffic in Medellin is awful! It's not worth the headache in my opinion.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaldres  [View Original Post]
    What's up fellas.

    I'm planning our first trip to Medellin in September with two of my friends who have been to DR with me the past four years.

    We always rented a car in DR, is it safe and sensible to rent a car in Medellin?

    I like to consider myself somewhat sensible, so I know better than to go driving about late at night, or into neighborhoods that are unknown or look shady.

    Would try to link up with one of the guides on these threads too.

  12. #23059

    WhatsApp number for.

    Does anyone have a good, current number for Geraldine? The number I have doesn't seem to be working. Please feel free to PM.

    Thanks,

    Rodeo.

  13. #23058

    Medellin Car Question

    What's up fellas.

    I'm planning our first trip to Medellin in September with two of my friends who have been to DR with me the past four years.

    We always rented a car in DR, is it safe and sensible to rent a car in Medellin?

    I like to consider myself somewhat sensible, so I know better than to go driving about late at night, or into neighborhoods that are unknown or look shady.

    Would try to link up with one of the guides on these threads too.

  14. #23057

    Atm

    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPage  [View Original Post]
    I Agree!

    What's more, we can keep on talking about our favourite topic (ATM, of course), while not being scolded because here nobody should chit-chat or talk about anything unrelated to pussy!
    Men, I love a good ATM as much as the next guy, I already have a finance degree. A NICE juicy pay to play report would be great. I'll be going to the best city one earth in August, stay tuned for some good reports. Until then men, enjoy.

  15. #23056
    Quote Originally Posted by Queens35  [View Original Post]
    Here goes mine.

    Last year, I was staying at La 70 in Laureles. I went to banco de Bogota branch on la 70 and one block from Exito on calle 43. My ATM card would not give me any cash and I had gotten money there the day before. I kept getting some error code that Schwab told me was internal to Banco de Bogota. So I went into the branch and sat down to wait for the rep. Only 1 rep available and a couple was talking to her. And talking. And talking.

    Finally, this hot and young (late 20's, I'm 40 at the time) and very curvy (read: thick--totally my type) rep doing something at one of the other desks sees me sitting there and asks if she can help. I explain my predicament with the ATM card. I'm fluent in Spanish BTW. She comes around the desk and asks me to accompany her to the outside ATM so she can see. As luck would have it, it friggin worked on the first try. I apologized and she kept smiling and being cute. I never do this but I asked her out while we were inside the ATM, I said a drink or dinner. Even if she declines it would be private and I could just get out of there quick to spare myself the embarrasment. And she ACCEPTED. Whoa.

    Summary: 3 days and 2 dates later, she was waking up in my bed at the hotel. Total cost 2 dinners and some drinks. The end.
    Nice dude!

    Finally an ATM pussy report! LOL.

    Yes!! 👍🏼👍🏼

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