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    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    It's all relative. To me it is close, but then I'm a Lima regular and I speak Spanish. I started staying in Lince when the hotel prices in Miraflores started going up. When I first started going in 2005, I used to stay at Hotel Las Palmas. Then the price was 89 soles. When I was there in January and went to check on the price it was 180 soles. I hardly ever go to Miraflores anymore, but when I do: from Lince I hop on the bus in front of Plaza Vea on Av Arequipa, pay 1 sol, and it's a straight shot to Miraflores in 10 minutes. I wouldn't necessarily recommend it to someone who has never been to Lima and doesn't speak Spanish though.
    Begs a question: Where you stay at now? I'm looking into visiting Lima for a month, maybe this Oct. I prefer staying in an Apt. Haven't yet decide which district to stay in. Yo Hablo espaņol tambien. Thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dornyone  [View Original Post]
    I rented an apt in Lince, close to the action of Miraflores I'm told.
    Quote Originally Posted by David_33  [View Original Post]
    Who told you that, the apt. owner? Please don't anyone make this same mistake unless you enjoy taxis and traffic.
    It's all relative. To me it is close, but then I'm a Lima regular and I speak Spanish. I started staying in Lince when the hotel prices in Miraflores started going up. When I first started going in 2005, I used to stay at Hotel Las Palmas. Then the price was 89 soles. When I was there in January and went to check on the price it was 180 soles.

    I hardly ever go to Miraflores anymore, but when I do: from Lince I hop on the bus in front of Plaza Vea on Av Arequipa, pay 1 sol, and it's a straight shot to Miraflores in 10 minutes. I wouldn't necessarily recommend it to someone who has never been to Lima and doesn't speak Spanish though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dornyone  [View Original Post]
    I rented an apt in Lince, close to the action of Miraflores I'm told..
    Who told you that, the apt. owner? Please don't anyone make this same mistake unless you enjoy taxis and traffic.

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    Chodarayo = Chaclacayo.

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    Ufff, slippery seconds from Tom again.

    It's been a cold winter here in Chile so I thought I'd give myself a treat before returning to sex prison, why not a trip to Lima?

    I appreciate all the details you've given and the tips. I had planned to interview the Spanish schools for the same reason, now.

    I don't need to. I rented an apt in Lince, close to the action of Miraflores I'm told. I have 2 dates from Latin Love Search, but I'm not.

    Really sweating it. This was a short notice trip, I'd really have to work overtime to set up more than I did.

    I enjoy your free wheeling style of writing Tom, let's hook up one weekend when in Tijuana.

    Saludos.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomjackin  [View Original Post]
    First off, just to warn the readers, this was not my typical mongering trip. I wanted to be immersed in Spanish and I made plans accordingly. I did not hit any of the monger venues, even though I did complete the research in case my Plan A went to hell in a handbasket! Thus, no face in the ass pictures. Most of the pictures I did take were of the great food that Lima had to offer, I know, boring crap indeed. So I apologize up front, but if you want to continue reading; you had fair warning.

    Logistics:

    Flight:

    I flew AA round trip from San Diego for $1250 and some change. 3 hours to Dallas and another 6. 5 to Lima.

    Logging:

    I rented a 3-bedroom apartment in a great location, on a quiet street, in Miraflores. I rented through Airbnb. It was off season and the apartment was only 75 bucks each night. There was 24 hour security and I had no problems bringing different women into the place. Whenever I returned to the apartment, I always bought some food for the security dudes; they took great care of me!

    Money:

    The currency in Peru is Sol. The rate was about 1 US dollar to 2. 75 soles. I used the ATM at the airport to have cash on hand. The following day, I cashed in a bunch of dollars at the Interbank close to my place. The bills were all different colors and I did not have any problems figuring out the exchange rate. The coins were a tad confusing; I had to sit down for at least 5 minutes to figure the damn things out.

    Duty Free:

    There is a Duty Free at the airport in Lima. I was told I could bring in 4 bottles of alcohol, thus; I bought 4 bottles. BTW, the girls seem to love Baileys; so stock up!

    Sim Card:

    Bought my Sim card from Claro for a lousy 8 soles. I added 40 soles for minutes and still have plenty left after the trip. Texting and calling are a must for hooking up with others!

    Transportation:

    From the airport and back, I used Taxidatum; each trip was $20. Green taxi is a plenty at the airport and they are a tad cheaper, if that is important to you. Taxis were dirt cheap in Lima. 5 to 10 soles can get you pretty much anywhere, including San Isidro and Barranco. I used all types of cabs and never had an issue.

    Spanish school:

    Before I left, I checked out two different Spanish schools in Miraflores; El Sol and Peruwayna. I asked them both for a quote for 15 hours (3 hours a day for a week) of one-on-one instruction. Peruwayna was around $12.50 per hour and El Sol was double the price; it was a no brainer which school I chose. I took classes from 3-6 pm, Monday through Friday. My maestra was great! Peruwayna also took my Visa card for the payment. Every day before class, I ate lunch at Manolo. The place is famous for its churros. Each day, I brought churros for the teachers and staff; simple gestures go a long way.

    Miraflores:

    What a great district! The place had a great vide, from the streets, to Locomar Mall, to Parque Kennedy. It was one of the safest cities I have been to in a while. But in August, there was no sun to be found. The temperature ranged from 60 to 65 degrees, which seems nice, but the humidity was very high, so it felt a lot colder. I only needed a light jacket.

    Food & Drinks:

    The food was incredible! My favorite dishes were Ali de Gallina, Lomo Saltado, Rocoto Relleno, and the various Empanadas. My favorite drink was the Pisco Sour! I had at least a couple hundred of those damn things; the drink has a serious kick to it! The locals seem to love Inca Kola & Chicha Morada.

    I ate and drank at a butt load of restaurants:

    Tanta.

    Mangos.

    Haiti.

    La Bonbonniere.

    San Joy Lao. For the deboned Cuy.

    Panchiti.

    Manolo. Daily lunch.

    Pardos. Pollo a la Brasa.

    Don Belisario.

    El Cascajal. Buffet and local show.

    Rustica in Barrarco. Buffet and band.

    Media Naranja Brasileiro.

    La Rosa Nautica (pier) - drinks only.

    Every meal I had was either great or pretty damn good!

    The Women:

    Because the trip was to focus on Spanish, I contacted several women on Latin American Cupid. The ones I contacted had no English speaking skills. This does take time and a lot of effort. Three of the four women I met online, we had conversations on Skype prior to my arrival. The women were all in their mid-thirty's. Out of the four women I met, three of them ended up in my apartment for rack operations. The woman with the two surprises for me turned out to be way too timid, but she did prove to be a great tour guide.

    I did ask for David's help for the first night so I could focus the days thereafter. David's friend arrived on time she was a wonderful girl. She wanted to practice her English, while I butchered Spanish to my best ability. She was pretty, friendly, and quite a bit for fun. I called her a week later. She came by and after playtime, I took her to Tanta for a late dinner. Thank you so much David!

    Surprise number one:

    Miss Timid told me on Skype that she had a surprise for me on Saturday, and then another on Sunday. Both surprises required me to wake up before noon; dammit! We took a taxi to San Isidro and went to El Cascajal restaurant. It was a large place and the buffet was all the local food that Lima had to offer. The restaurant also had a band and quite a good show to boot.

    There were two couples sitting near our table. During the announcements, one of the dudes went on stage and then asked his date to join him on the stage. The dumb bastard dropped to one knee and asked his date to marry him. I wanted to stop him; but I was too late! A tad later, I called over the mesero and told him I wanted to buy the happy couple some drinks. Miss Timid said that maybe the couple might not want the drinks; WRONG! After they received the drinks, they both got up and came to our table for hugs, kisses, and photos.

    Surprise number two:

    After Miss Timid told me to bring my sunglasses, we took a taxi to San Isidro and then we got out of the cab and started walking; she walked, I just followed. Then, we get into a secret taxi and headed out on some highway. I was told to would be an hour ride. About halfway there, I got curious and asked her where in the hell were we going. She told me that we were going to where she lives. Wait a fucking minute! I remembered she lived with her parents! FUCK ME TO TEARS! My very own meet the parents movie?

    We stop and some complex in Chodarayo, entered the security gate, and took yet another private car up the hill to her house. Papa was in the front yard and gave a very nice greeting, and another nice greeting came from Mama in the house. Hell, I had to use every damn Spanish word that I could remember during the multiple conversations. Papa helped! He whipped up a batch of Pisco Sour; which I needed badly! Papa also cooked up my favorite dish, Aji de Gallina; which was excellent! As we were all eating on the front porch, Papa broke out a couple of bottles of wine; I liked that dude!

    Later, Miss Timid and I took a bus ride to Chosica. This is where we found another secret taxi to head back to San Isidro. It was apparent that many people flocked to Chosica because the place had sunshine! It being a Sunday night, it seemed the whole country was headed back to Lima. The traffic sucked! It took almost three hours to get back. As I was saying goodbye to Miss Timid, she mentioned she wanted to see me the next weekend. Two days without a hand on my penis; wasn't about to happen again! All that being said, it was still an overall good experience.

    La Iglesia:

    One of my Cupid dates, we only had e-mail contact and we started texting after I set up my phone. She texted that she wanted to meet in Parque Kennedy. I asked where in the park, and she told me INSIDE the church. Why in the fuck did it have to be INSIDE the church? I thought to myself, hell, I've been to Mogadishu, Kuwait, and Iraq; how much more dangerous can a church be? Just take baby steps!

    I got to the church, but the first obstacle were the stairs. I braved up and conquered those bastards. Stepping through the big doors was the next obstacle; I was feeling cocky at this point and walked right on through! FUCK! I'm INSIDE the church and still alive! No explosions, lighting strikes, nothing! There was a service / mass going on and holy water was flying at will.

    There was a line of people on my right and they were waiting to take their turn in this funny looking black box. My first thought, "Glory Hole? Hell yeah!" I was about to jump in line until I found out people were confessing their sins in this box. Fuck that! Hell, it would take at least a month for me to confess my sins, and I had a date, so I did not have the time anyhow. My date spotted me and waved. I wanted to yell, "Get the fuck over here before something horrifying happens!" But I didn't. We got the fuck out of there in a hurry!

    Conclusion:

    I really liked Lima. The people were friendly and the food was great! Miraflores is a wonderful district and is a place I would like to return next year. I was only in Barrarco for a short while, I would like to explore that district a bit more. As well as checking out some monger venues. I will return!

  6. #3276

    12 days & nights in Lima!

    First off, just to warn the readers, this was not my typical mongering trip. I wanted to be immersed in Spanish and I made plans accordingly. I did not hit any of the monger venues, even though I did complete the research in case my Plan A went to hell in a handbasket! Thus, no face in the ass pictures. Most of the pictures I did take were of the great food that Lima had to offer, I know, boring crap indeed. So I apologize up front, but if you want to continue reading; you had fair warning.

    Logistics:

    Flight:

    I flew AA round trip from San Diego for $1250 and some change. 3 hours to Dallas and another 6. 5 to Lima.

    Logging:

    I rented a 3-bedroom apartment in a great location, on a quiet street, in Miraflores. I rented through Airbnb. It was off season and the apartment was only 75 bucks each night. There was 24 hour security and I had no problems bringing different women into the place. Whenever I returned to the apartment, I always bought some food for the security dudes; they took great care of me!

    Money:

    The currency in Peru is Sol. The rate was about 1 US dollar to 2. 75 soles. I used the ATM at the airport to have cash on hand. The following day, I cashed in a bunch of dollars at the Interbank close to my place. The bills were all different colors and I did not have any problems figuring out the exchange rate. The coins were a tad confusing; I had to sit down for at least 5 minutes to figure the damn things out.

    Duty Free:

    There is a Duty Free at the airport in Lima. I was told I could bring in 4 bottles of alcohol, thus; I bought 4 bottles. BTW, the girls seem to love Baileys; so stock up!

    Sim Card:

    Bought my Sim card from Claro for a lousy 8 soles. I added 40 soles for minutes and still have plenty left after the trip. Texting and calling are a must for hooking up with others!

    Transportation:

    From the airport and back, I used Taxidatum; each trip was $20. Green taxi is a plenty at the airport and they are a tad cheaper, if that is important to you. Taxis were dirt cheap in Lima. 5 to 10 soles can get you pretty much anywhere, including San Isidro and Barranco. I used all types of cabs and never had an issue.

    Spanish school:

    Before I left, I checked out two different Spanish schools in Miraflores; El Sol and Peruwayna. I asked them both for a quote for 15 hours (3 hours a day for a week) of one-on-one instruction. Peruwayna was around $12.50 per hour and El Sol was double the price; it was a no brainer which school I chose. I took classes from 3-6 pm, Monday through Friday. My maestra was great! Peruwayna also took my Visa card for the payment. Every day before class, I ate lunch at Manolo. The place is famous for its churros. Each day, I brought churros for the teachers and staff; simple gestures go a long way.

    Miraflores:

    What a great district! The place had a great vide, from the streets, to Locomar Mall, to Parque Kennedy. It was one of the safest cities I have been to in a while. But in August, there was no sun to be found. The temperature ranged from 60 to 65 degrees, which seems nice, but the humidity was very high, so it felt a lot colder. I only needed a light jacket.

    Food & Drinks:

    The food was incredible! My favorite dishes were Ali de Gallina, Lomo Saltado, Rocoto Relleno, and the various Empanadas. My favorite drink was the Pisco Sour! I had at least a couple hundred of those damn things; the drink has a serious kick to it! The locals seem to love Inca Kola & Chicha Morada.

    I ate and drank at a butt load of restaurants:

    Tanta.

    Mangos.

    Haiti.

    La Bonbonniere.

    San Joy Lao. For the deboned Cuy.

    Panchiti.

    Manolo. Daily lunch.

    Pardos. Pollo a la Brasa.

    Don Belisario.

    El Cascajal. Buffet and local show.

    Rustica in Barrarco. Buffet and band.

    Media Naranja Brasileiro.

    La Rosa Nautica (pier) - drinks only.

    Every meal I had was either great or pretty damn good!

    The Women:

    Because the trip was to focus on Spanish, I contacted several women on Latin American Cupid. The ones I contacted had no English speaking skills. This does take time and a lot of effort. Three of the four women I met online, we had conversations on Skype prior to my arrival. The women were all in their mid-thirty's. Out of the four women I met, three of them ended up in my apartment for rack operations. The woman with the two surprises for me turned out to be way too timid, but she did prove to be a great tour guide.

    I did ask for David's help for the first night so I could focus the days thereafter. David's friend arrived on time she was a wonderful girl. She wanted to practice her English, while I butchered Spanish to my best ability. She was pretty, friendly, and quite a bit for fun. I called her a week later. She came by and after playtime, I took her to Tanta for a late dinner. Thank you so much David!

    Surprise number one:

    Miss Timid told me on Skype that she had a surprise for me on Saturday, and then another on Sunday. Both surprises required me to wake up before noon; dammit! We took a taxi to San Isidro and went to El Cascajal restaurant. It was a large place and the buffet was all the local food that Lima had to offer. The restaurant also had a band and quite a good show to boot.

    There were two couples sitting near our table. During the announcements, one of the dudes went on stage and then asked his date to join him on the stage. The dumb bastard dropped to one knee and asked his date to marry him. I wanted to stop him; but I was too late! A tad later, I called over the mesero and told him I wanted to buy the happy couple some drinks. Miss Timid said that maybe the couple might not want the drinks; WRONG! After they received the drinks, they both got up and came to our table for hugs, kisses, and photos.

    Surprise number two:

    After Miss Timid told me to bring my sunglasses, we took a taxi to San Isidro and then we got out of the cab and started walking; she walked, I just followed. Then, we get into a secret taxi and headed out on some highway. I was told to would be an hour ride. About halfway there, I got curious and asked her where in the hell were we going. She told me that we were going to where she lives. Wait a fucking minute! I remembered she lived with her parents! FUCK ME TO TEARS! My very own meet the parents movie?

    We stop and some complex in Chodarayo, entered the security gate, and took yet another private car up the hill to her house. Papa was in the front yard and gave a very nice greeting, and another nice greeting came from Mama in the house. Hell, I had to use every damn Spanish word that I could remember during the multiple conversations. Papa helped! He whipped up a batch of Pisco Sour; which I needed badly! Papa also cooked up my favorite dish, Aji de Gallina; which was excellent! As we were all eating on the front porch, Papa broke out a couple of bottles of wine; I liked that dude!

    Later, Miss Timid and I took a bus ride to Chosica. This is where we found another secret taxi to head back to San Isidro. It was apparent that many people flocked to Chosica because the place had sunshine! It being a Sunday night, it seemed the whole country was headed back to Lima. The traffic sucked! It took almost three hours to get back. As I was saying goodbye to Miss Timid, she mentioned she wanted to see me the next weekend. Two days without a hand on my penis; wasn't about to happen again! All that being said, it was still an overall good experience.

    La Iglesia:

    One of my Cupid dates, we only had e-mail contact and we started texting after I set up my phone. She texted that she wanted to meet in Parque Kennedy. I asked where in the park, and she told me INSIDE the church. Why in the fuck did it have to be INSIDE the church? I thought to myself, hell, I've been to Mogadishu, Kuwait, and Iraq; how much more dangerous can a church be? Just take baby steps!

    I got to the church, but the first obstacle were the stairs. I braved up and conquered those bastards. Stepping through the big doors was the next obstacle; I was feeling cocky at this point and walked right on through! FUCK! I'm INSIDE the church and still alive! No explosions, lighting strikes, nothing! There was a service / mass going on and holy water was flying at will.

    There was a line of people on my right and they were waiting to take their turn in this funny looking black box. My first thought, "Glory Hole? Hell yeah!" I was about to jump in line until I found out people were confessing their sins in this box. Fuck that! Hell, it would take at least a month for me to confess my sins, and I had a date, so I did not have the time anyhow. My date spotted me and waved. I wanted to yell, "Get the fuck over here before something horrifying happens!" But I didn't. We got the fuck out of there in a hurry!

    Conclusion:

    I really liked Lima. The people were friendly and the food was great! Miraflores is a wonderful district and is a place I would like to return next year. I was only in Barrarco for a short while, I would like to explore that district a bit more. As well as checking out some monger venues. I will return!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calidru  [View Original Post]
    So I've got a 13 hour layover for a flight asking the far off future from 9 PM to 10 AM the next morning.

    From a brief perusal of the board, it sounds like my dream would be a TLN with David_33's mother / daughter team.

    If that's not possible, what are good later night options? How late are Trucadero and Cucardas open?

    Appreciate the help!
    Are those times flight arrival and departure times or are you taking customs and immigration and advance check in times into consideration? Be that as it may, you will have to join the forum so that you can send and receive PMs.

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    One night from the airport.

    So I've got a 13 hour layover for a flight in the far off future from 9 PM to 10 AM the next morning.

    From a brief perusal of the board, it sounds like my dream would be a TLN with David_33's mother / daughter team.

    If that's not possible, what are good later night options? How late are Trucadero and Cucardas open?

    Appreciate the help!

  9. #3273

    Cocal and Lima

    Cocal in CS was nice, anything simular at the beach of Lima?

    With the girls, $ for the show $$ for the night.

    So what is better in Lima than Cocal at the beach? 20 $ less?

    Would be intresting to hear what is better with Lima.

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    Botecito is next door to the famous "Troc". Cheaper but cleaner. Older chicas usually: http://perutops.com/foro-relax/f107/.

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    Chongo San Martin

    A little late, but this is what I found. The info was two years old. As for the Barrio I don't know.

    Chongo San Martin, Contumazan 1045, Apt. 303.

    Quote Originally Posted by ObiterDicta  [View Original Post]
    (1) Where exactly is San Martin Chongo in the kahquetah barrio located? The tazi driver had no clue (2) Where is the club (I forget the name) in Ate near the zoo located? and (3) Thanks to Polvo for clarification regarding internet privacy.

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    El Botecito

    I read that this place was closed in 2012.

    Is it true?

    El Botecito, Avenida Argentina, at _ __ Chicas. Prices: S /13 Entrance on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesdays, others days S /10, Chica Prices: S /20 30 minutes. Hours: 3 pm to 10 pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VikingTravels  [View Original Post]
    Thank you David_33!

    The last two nights were fantastic, and although the women were very different, I enjoyed their company immensely. I am just a regular guy wanting to have sex with a woman from a different country. Culture. Let me say that if these two women are the norm of Peru, I might want to find one and take back with me to the USA! LOL.

    I was able to communicate fairly well with both in english and it seemed more like a date as opposed to the cold reality of spending an emotionless hour with a hooker. I will have to use your services again before leaving to the States.

    Thanks again!
    I'm glad everything worked out for you. The fact that you didn't insist on an 18 year old spinner as do most ISG members, made it easier to introduce you to GFE individuals who provide a more agreeable experience. I would prefer that the word "services" isn't used since it suggests that it is a business instead of me just helping out fellow ISG members as best I can.

  14. #3268
    Thank you David_33!

    The last two nights were fantastic, and although the women were very different, I enjoyed their company immensely. I am just a regular guy wanting to have sex with a woman from a different country. Culture. Let me say that if these two women are the norm of Peru, I might want to find one and take back with me to the USA! LOL.

    I was able to communicate fairly well with both in english and it seemed more like a date as opposed to the cold reality of spending an emotionless hour with a hooker. I will have to use your services again before leaving to the States.

    Thanks again!

  15. #3267

    Las Cucardas and Troc

    Quote Originally Posted by VikingTravels  [View Original Post]
    Yes, the entrance fee is s35 and you are given one ticket, which is then given to the girl of your choice so take your time in choosing unless you are going to pay another s35 for another ticket. The s80 is not negotiable and is given to the girl along with the ticket. She then slides the ticket under the door and the house picks it up. Their tracking system. Then, you can get down to business. Just tell (or motion) her what you want. I hope this helps.
    Thanks Viking and Mr Enternational. I have some girls lined up but I am going to spend one evening in these both places just for fun's sake when I am there next month and report back.

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