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  1. #455
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeo9112  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone have info on how to get a bus from the Cucuta border crossing / San Cristobal to Maracaibo or Caracas? Is there a website to book tickets? How reliable, safe would it be? Please only post based on personal experience, not fear-mongering from folks who haven't used the bus between the two cities. I already know I'm crazy for even considering it. Thanks!
    Try Google it. I have read a blog from someone who took that route. I remember the main issue is that police at check point will try to take your valuable.

  2. #454
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Other countries appear to be freelance. In Venezuela it's evident someone's running the show, and the business. Wonder how they recruit the talent, which seems to be working very cheaply.
    Agreed, it very much seems organised. Like a "pimp" to some extent. As for the talent, I would love to know their recruitment methods. Or even if management allows for us to sample the girls for a bit. A few are outstanding freaks!

  3. #453
    Quote Originally Posted by MisterAli  [View Original Post]
    I was watching them for inspiration prior to travel. They actually have a lot less on there compared to other countries including neighbouring Colombia. But damn are they super hot!
    Other countries appear to be freelance. In Venezuela it's evident someone's running the show, and the business. Wonder how they recruit the talent, which seems to be working very cheaply.

  4. #452
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeo9112  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone have info on how to get a bus from the Cucuta border crossing / San Cristobal to Maracaibo or Caracas? Is there a website to book tickets? How reliable, safe would it be? Please only post based on personal experience, not fear-mongering from folks who haven't used the bus between the two cities. I already know I'm crazy for even considering it. Thanks!
    If you plan to come to Maracaibo, consider entering Venezuela through the Maicao border, not from Cucuta. It's a more direct route, and you will avoid the bulk of the people emigrating.

  5. #451
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Anybody notice the huge number of Venezuelans on chaturbate.com? The economy, situation for revenue earning opportunities obviously dire.
    I was watching them for inspiration prior to travel. They actually have a lot less on there compared to other countries including neighbouring Colombia. But damn are they super hot!

  6. #450

    Busses from the Colombian Border to Maracaibo and / or Caracas

    Does anyone have info on how to get a bus from the Cucuta border crossing / San Cristobal to Maracaibo or Caracas? Is there a website to book tickets? How reliable, safe would it be? Please only post based on personal experience, not fear-mongering from folks who haven't used the bus between the two cities. I already know I'm crazy for even considering it. Thanks!

  7. #449
    Anybody notice the huge number of Venezuelans on chaturbate.com? The economy, situation for revenue earning opportunities obviously dire.

  8. #448
    I was befriended by a national guard and ex navy soldier and during my time in Caracas we spent most days discussing a lot about the country.

    What fisherman have actually stopped doing is fishing. There are very poor profit margins there. They actually take as much gas and petrol and sell it to neighbouring countries where there is large profits to be made! That's why they fear the coastguard and pirates.

    Also I hope no one plans to take a boat anywhere while in Venezuela. There are planes now.

  9. #447

    Venezuelan Pirates Rule the Most Lawless Market on Earth.

    Their industry all but destroyed, former fishermen now run guns one way, [CodeWord131] another. On the sea with the desperate and ruthless.

    Venezuela and the island of Trinidad are separated by only 10 miles of water and bound together by the most lawless market on Earth today. Playing out at sea and on the coasts, it is a roiling arbitrage—of food, [CodeWord131], weapons, drugs, and women—between the desperate and the profit-minded. Government is absent, bandits are everywhere, and participating can cost you your life. But not participating can also mean death, because the official economy of Venezuela is in a state of collapse, and the people are starving.

    On the shore I met Gabriel, a 30-year-old Venezuelan fisherman who was loading a rickety wooden boat with infant formula and [CodeWord131]. Gabriel still fishes: he'the arrived from Venezuela in the morning with a load of shrimp and sold his catch to waiting buyers. But he was about to become more than a fisherman; this would be his first smuggling run, and he admitted to being frightened. "The pirates take the motors and steal the food of people coming in to Venezuela from Trinidad who want to feed their families," he said. "And it is not just civilians we classify as pirates. The Venezuelan Coast Guard and National Guard are also involved in this. We are more afraid of them than the actual pirates. " Over the past two years, dozens of Venezuelan National Guard members have been arrested for collaborating with smugglers. In a single sweep in September 2015, 50 were rounded up on criminal charges.

    As we left the coast of Trinidad, a solitary fisherman stood in his anchored boat. He stared at us while pulling in a net that contained a single silvery fish, maybe the size of his palm. He looked at the flopping fish and tossed it back into the sea, as if it were a bother. I was reminded of a conversation a day earlier with a leader of the local fishing cooperative who told me that fishermen are hired to work as the eyes and ears for narcos and thieves. "They have walkie-talkies and call the bandits when we go out," he said. "If the bandits rob and steal from us, then they get a commission, a percentage. " he said he'the been "taken" four times."

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/featu...arket-on-earth

    If you want to see real live pirates, now's your chance! If you survive the encounter, you might want to stay in Trinidad instead of sailing to Venezuela and the waiting pirates looking to plunder your wallet. . .

  10. #446
    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan216  [View Original Post]
    The food there is pretty bad. They make due with what they have but things like pasta sauce is a luxury over there. They only have Pepsi, coca cola and zero calorie sodas.

    I imagined the girls would be so cheap and plentiful there, I could just hire a girl for a few day long sessions then switch them out but finding those girls is tricky. I am not sure the hotel I was staying at could get me those kinds of deals. I think they specialized in hour long sessions in the afternoon.
    If you found the food bad, you must have been in the wrong places. There are great restaurants of all types in the City. The Steaks are superb, but you can get very good Sushi, Lebanese, excellent Italian food and so on.

    99% of the girls prefer to meet at daytime. Because of the safety issues, most of them live way out and the don't have a safe transport at night. And the don't stay the whole night because most of them have kids they need to care for.

  11. #445
    I just came back from a very long Venezuela trip and I'll try to keep my story short. I went to a hotel rumored to have services. The owner asked me to keep his name out of this forum after I told him about it and I agreed. He had tons of photos of really hot college girls and tried to set me up but his contacts were not picking up. He was able to set me up with a very hot girl (her face was like an 11 and her body was like a 8. 5). She won a beauty pageant at one point but she had a kid and was around 25 with implants. Cost me $50 for the hour but was worth it. I stuck a finger up her ass and she wasn't shocked. I probably could have asked for BBFS and anal but I was too shy. She said she would set me up with another girl the next day who was 20 or so for $50. I took her up on her offer and the girl she provided was more like a 3. The hotel regularly took me to brothels at night but most of those girls were like a 4. The sex at one of the brothels was very good though. I am guessing they are under served there. There was a brothel that had girls that were like 7's or so but they had so many rules and I had to buy them drinks to even get them to sit with me. I didn't even bother to have sex there, I left and went to one of the 4's. The 4's were around $10, the 7's were around $50 I think.

    The food there is pretty bad. They make due with what they have but things like pasta sauce is a luxury over there. They only have Pepsi, coca cola and zero calorie sodas. The clothing you buy there falls apart pretty easily too.

    I paid the hotel and the first girls in dollars (paypal transfer and some paper money I hid in my luggage). The exchange rates I got from the hotel was I think 20% or so lower than what dolar today had. If I got bolivars in cash it would be about half that. Even with that exchange everything was super cheap. A meal is like $2, the hotel I was staying at was like $20.

    I heard things were even cheaper when you hire a local person to pay for things with their debit card. I used crypto currency to do my exchanges and sometimes I even got better rates than dollar today. Everything was very quick and painless but I had to keep that local person around which in itself was one of the most painful things ever. I got a good looking girl with a debit card and I got attached. I spent the rest of my time doing normal vacation stuff. She dumped me when I got back home. I did see some better looking girls in other cities and I know how to get around now. I might make my way back there one of these days and do my trip right.

    Mongering in Venezuela is hard and it isn't much cheaper than Colombia. I had 10's in Colombia for around 20 bucks instead of 4's in Venezuela for 10 bucks. Most of the hot girls left Venezuela for Colombia and the surrounding countries but I think if you can find a gem there, it might be a lot cheaper to do normal things as well as keep her around.

    If I had to do it all over again, I would be up front with the local person and tell them you want to monger and need help mongering. I would have several different local people and break them up into 3 day segments so you have enough contacts where you won't be trapped with any one person at any one point. I would also give my hotel a longer period of time to get me girls. But with debit card spending limitations and limitations on food and taxi's breaking down and everyone trying to overcharge I think next time I will have to go with a fellow monger who speaks better Spanish.

    I imagined the girls would be so cheap and plentiful there, I could just hire a girl for a few day long sessions then switch them out but finding those girls is tricky. I am not sure the hotel I was staying at could get me those kinds of deals. I think they specialized in hour long sessions in the afternoon.

  12. #444
    Hi Jasoonn, thanks for the info. For some reason I thought I read that all USA Airlines stopped going to Caracas. So I just changed my ticket to a different destination.

  13. #443
    Quote Originally Posted by QuackUp  [View Original Post]
    To visit Venezuela just got harder. I was going to Venezuela in a week in a half but just got word from Copa airlines that they have suspended operations to Venezuela for at least 90 days. I believe Copa was the last airlines that went from the USA To Caracas. Anyways, getting the visa wasn't hard, just had to take a short trip to San Francisco. Looks like I will eat the cost of the visa.
    Copa was the first one to stop, now ALL flights from Panama to Venezuela have been stopped for 90 days.

    I also had a Copa flight, but I changed mine to American Airlines, with the stopover in Miami.

    Your options for stopovers are now: Miami, Colombia, Lima, Trinidad (POS airport code).

    In news that is probably related, people are getting 450 K + for each dollar changed! This is more than DolarToday, people are now using a new site: DolarPro (look for it on Twitter / Instagram).

  14. #442

    Copa Airlines

    To visit Venezuela just got harder. I was going to Venezuela in a week in a half but just got word from Copa airlines that they have suspended operations to Venezuela for at least 90 days. I believe Copa was the last airlines that went from the USA To Caracas. Anyways, getting the visa wasn't hard, just had to take a short trip to San Francisco. Looks like I will eat the cost of the visa.

  15. #441

    Digital payment options in Caracas.

    Hi all,

    I heard that digital payment apps are making strides in Caracas. Notably apps like Tpago, Vippo are mentioned in internet sources. If this is true, it could solve one of the big headaches in traveling to Venezuela. (which is acquiring cash). I would like to hear from anyone on the ground if this is true. Thank you.

    P.S.

    I've been keeping tabs on Caracas and Venezuela in general hoping to visit one day. I submitted my application for a tourist visa, but the clerk at the consulate heavily hinted not to keep my hopes up. Despite of this I would like to establish contacts on the ground in the event that my visa comes through. Please DM me if you are on the ground and can provide Cash exchange, taxis, or guide service.

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