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  1. #1305
    Just to break the posts up a bit with some more info.

    I guess it goes without saying, Spanish is very essential to all those wishing to travel here. Take classes and you may just be able to get by. It is the Latin American type to learn that would be best but you can still get by with the European Spanish. You will just sound foreign and struggle with a few words or phrases here.

    Escort agencies in South America are known for using fake pictures and sending a girl that looks nothing like the one you asked for. Luckily in Venezuela the escort agencies I contacted sent me unblurred & unedited photos of the girls. So I was happy to select knowing what I was going to get. In fact the girls usually looked much better than the photos!

    And in case you haven't figured it out, it's not World War 3 out there as the news will have you believe. The news is designed to sell you papers, subscription and needs your viewership. Journalistic integrity is non existent! On my third day I was sat in a fully stocked bar, girls were walking around around with shorts so short you can see their ass cheeks, enjoying a cup of tea. Breakfast may be missing an item or two, cash is difficult to obtain and people here generally give an aura of depression. Their lives changed dramatically in the last decade so their feelings are justified. Apart from that, man they are living! Trying to make do. Everyone here is nice and willing to help you. But don't be fooled! Like any other country in the world there are risks. Just be street smart, watch videos on how Venezuelans dress and don't flash any cash or watch and jewelry. Do not be lulled into a false sense of security and don't go where you have no business being.

  2. #1304

    Lovely posts.

    Lovely posts man! Please keep them coming!

  3. #1303
    Quote Originally Posted by MaraCucho  [View Original Post]
    Man, bad timing on your visit because the rate for the dollar has been climbing like crazy for the past couple of weeks, right now is almost 3 times what you got during your stay. Still, cool to hear that you had a good time.
    It has actually started on the day I left! And now it is obscene what is the current rate of exchange. My guess it will be 1 M BsF to $1 before end of June. Cannot make for a good election season.

  4. #1302
    Quote Originally Posted by MisterAli  [View Original Post]
    Over the last two months the currency has stopped it's free fall and plateaued at 230 k BsF per dollar.
    Man, bad timing on your visit because the rate for the dollar has been climbing like crazy for the past couple of weeks, right now is almost 3 times what you got during your stay. Still, cool to hear that you had a good time.

  5. #1301

    The second day.

    I woke up and was greeted by the view of the Avila mountain range. It is absolutely stunning! Breakfast included so I went for a meal then I went to for a quick work out. First girl arrives at 2 pm. She is young and slim, very girl next door type. We had a coffee (Meet &Greet) then decided to go out and explore the local area.

    A quick word on prices. I had dinner on the first night and it was coke and pasta, total price 1. 5 M BsF. More or less $10 on the exchange rate I got but a decent exchange rate will be a little over $7. Coffee for two was 550 k BsF. This is hotel restaurant so I cannot expect it to be cheap.

    We went to a couple of the local shopping centers, telling me about how things work in Venezuela. We saw a queue outside a shop, she tells me this for the flour. She tells on some days she has to queue to purchase items at a reasonable price. I see a supermarket called Excelsior Gama and it seems very well stocked. We go in and ask if she fancies anything for herself and she declined anything. I bought her some cookies and picked up two small bottles of water and a yogurt pot. Total cost of 590 k BsF. The minimum salary in Venezuela is the equivalent of $7. This is almost $2.5 for nothing. I realize that everything is available in Venezuela, it's just not possible for the average Venezuelan to enjoy.

    We walked around for 3 hours, telling me about things and which areas to avoid. In the end we had McDonald's as it's not something they eat. It was an obscene cost in comparison to local earnings, about $4.

    The whole time we were outside I did not feel threatened or in danger. At times we took out my phone for translation between us. But she seems more worried about that than I am.

    Back to the hotel, we had a little time together cuddling on the sofa and chatting but she was clearly very shy. I didn't force it and I walked her back to the metro station when it was time for her to go. No money given. It was more like a first date through SA (Seeking Arrangements).

    Unfortunately this has left me a bit blue balled. I decided to contact the escort agencies.

    I followed The Prince's advice and followed the girls and agencies in Twitter. So fired up Twitter, sexycaracas.com and sexcaribe.com and see who was available. Contacted three escort agencies as I wasn't looking to pay the independents prices.

    Independents charge about 4 to 5 times more per hour. I am not sure if I am getting 4 or 5 times more value or better sex so decided against it.

    Of the three agencies two of them sent pictures on who's available. In terms of details of the girls and services I had to go back to the websites to figure it out. Two girls stood out from different agencies.

    I ask about cost and let them know which hotel I am in. They said 2.5 M BsF including taxi per hour. So I ask will you accept dollars? They said sure, $15 per hour. I was satisfied and requested for two hours. She arrived within the hour.

    Hotel staff call me to say your girl is here. I tried to say I am coming down but they didn't understand and hang up LOL. I start to make my way down but the hotel staff member has brought her up! Great service haha! The staff member asks me something but I didn't understand so he says it's ok. Only then I realized he wanted a little something.

    She's about 5 ft4 and very fit physically. Face was nice as well. Overall I'd rate her 7. 5 because she's had a baby see-section but there was some damage there. The plus side is her pussy was still tight!

    I offer her chocolate and a drink. Sitting on the sofa we have a laugh and joke, my terrible Spanish and her non existent English. Soon we move to the bedroom and we get into the action. Lots of kissing, she's not shy and proactive. Natural be cups but looks decent. She gives a worthy oral performance and is happy to have me finger her. As we are ready we put on the condom and we get into it. She really enjoys herself and is into it. Then she gets on top and how she moves has really got me going!

    A few position manoeuvres and soon I emptied my load. We relax and it's been over two hours so she gets ready to leave. I walk her out and I think I'll definitely have her over again.

    However I feel like I got another round in me. I ask the next agency to send their girl with huge tits. They said the dollars rate is $10 per hour including taxi and it will be over an hour so I watch a bit of TV. Same again, the hotel staff bring the girl up for me. They are probably shocked about the fact I got two in one night! I slip the staff member a note for his good work!

    This girl was young but she had nice big tits on a slim body. I'd put her at 5 ft4 as well and maybe a size 12. Overall I'd rate her a 7. Her behaviour was a bit erratic even though she gave great blowjob, tit job and was very horny. This time I didn't last as long. I wasn't comfortable with her being around too long, gave her a few minutes before round 2 and I had to have her in doggy. She had an ass that I wanted to enjoy and she was really trying hard to keep quiet as I was slamming into her! Soon after I pop I sent her on her way. She was happy to leave just over 30 minutes early.

    I've been around a few girls that did coke in my time and she came across under the influence.

    Total girls cost $55, $30 first girl and $20 for the second one. $5 for the hotel staff.

    Did I over pay? No. Considering the exchange rate, the stability of the currency, lack of physical cash and the actual exchange I was getting at the time I was not benefiting too much from paying in BsF vs USD. If I was there today I will definitely be paying in local currency as the value of the bolivares is dropping quickly so your cash will take you further. But I would always give a little tip on top to get a little more positive service. And why not? They can do with the extra cash.

    I've attached the self taken photo of the first girl and the website photos of the second girl.
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  6. #1300
    Great posts misterali! It was definitely worth the wait. Keep them coming!

  7. #1299

    The First Day.

    Thanks LV Monger. Also thanks to Britisher, MaraCucho and the countless other strong contributors.

    18+ hrs spent traveling door to door. The whole way through and the days leading up to this trip I was questioning my sanity. Was it really all going to be worth it?

    Land at the airport and go through security no problem. "How long are you staying? Purpose of your visit? Which hotel?" Stamp and I'm off to collect my luggage. The next step was customs and I was sure they will try and tax me here for the booze, chocolates and other trinkets. On the immigration card it asks you declare any new goods and gifts. I decided it was best to declare anything that's new and sealed that I would not use for myself. This made customs very friendly and let me through without a word.

    I made my way to the exit expecting all manners of dangers but it's just a normal arrivals hall in an airport. Families waiting to welcome loved ones home and some chauffeur services collecting business travelers. I was approached by a porter in uniform and I declined his assistance, some one is waiting for me I said. He spoke more in Spanish and I didn't understand so he asked speak English? Great! I explained I'm fine looking for my driver. He says I can help you if you cannot find him.

    He made the call to the driver and we quickly met. Porter asks for tip and explained I have no cash (hardly going to pull out large wads of dollars and his help isn't worth a $20 bill) he left saying have good time.

    The driver didn't speak English but he had the card and paperwork for me. Off we go in his small but functional car. Some people will order the armoured car service or bodyguards, but really all that does is bring attention that you have money and a POI.

    Driving to Caracas and I am immensely astounded by the beauty of the country with its mountain ranges and Barrios all dotted around the mountain sides. Not long after we are in Caracas and driving up to Altamira. This is a nice residential district with apartment complexes. Very calm and more secure than other areas.

    The hotel itself is very secure. It is gated and manned. Checking in and there is a great guy at the reception who turned out to be very helpful in understanding the situation in Venezuela more and we helped put perspective on the situation through our conversations. The room itself was the Junior Premium and it is quite nice. They provide a complimentary two beers, two soft drinks and two bottles of water. Fridge, kitchen, living room area and bedroom. Shower is of a high standard plenty of water and hot and cold is stable. AC available but I only needed to turn it on for short duration. The city is warm and humid (80-95% humidity! Lows of 17 degrees and highs of 27.

    I took a tour of the hotel and they have a tennis court, swimming pool that no one seems to swim in but was an OK size and water is nice and good temp. Restaurant and breakfast available. The top floor they have a gym with basic equipment that just about works and a bar called 360. It looks good and has hammocks and good cocktails. Definitely a chilled out area with an amazing view of the mountain range. This is not exclusively for patrons of the hotel, you can visit as a guest from outside. This bar is only open from 5 to 12 midnight.

    As I was tired I just had dinner and called it a night. I unfortunately blocked the card as I was confused about how to use it correctly. Turns out they have two pin numbers one for ATM and another for purchases. Later they told me you can only use the card at your own bank's ATM to withdraw cash, which is really pointless because you can only withdraw 10 K BsF max and that is nothing. They were kind enough to put it to the room and let me pay in the morning after the card owner unblocked it.

    But you don't really care about all that! You care about the girls! I have been talking to the girls in Seeking Arrangements and Tinder for the last 3 weeks. I've managed to line up 8 girls for this trip. The tinder girls are for free, the seeking arrangements girls prefer gifts and you get the occasional desperate one who will ask you to send them money and give you nothing in return! Since it was night time none of the girls would consider coming. They generally do not feel it is safe.

    Made arrangements for the next day and went to sleep.

  8. #1298
    Quote Originally Posted by MisterAli  [View Original Post]
    After reading the inspiring threads from fellow board members Haitek and the ThePrince, I thought I will take the plunge and enjoy what this unique city in Latin America has to offer.

    The information provided on the forum here was (to be completely honest) only partially useful. I found that I needed to do a lot of research prior to getting on the plane. A couple of helpful members responded but the Venezuela forum is pretty much dead.
    Thanks much Ali. This is a lot of useful information and a number of us have been waiting for your report (s). Much appreciated as Venezuela has pretty much been "in the dark" on this forum.

    Bud.

  9. #1297

    Pre travel info.

    After reading the inspiring threads from fellow board members Haitek and the ThePrince, I thought I will take the plunge and enjoy what this unique city in Latin America has to offer.

    The information provided on the forum here was (to be completely honest) only partially useful. I found that I needed to do a lot of research prior to getting on the plane. A couple of helpful members responded but the Venezuela forum is pretty much dead.

    Flights.

    Skyscanner seems to be the best way to compare flights. Other sites like Momondo also offer competitive prices. But I eventually bought my tickets through Despegar, the Latin American version of Skyscanner and similar sites. Even though I am charged in USD after conversion and fees it was worth it. I booked my flight two months in advance but I have later come to learn that that has it's upsides and downsides.

    Tips on flights for UK / Europe travellees, BA and affiliates through the One World program are really good. Avoid doing your connection at Paris as it is a large airport and quite busy especially if you have a short transfer window. I always advise giving yourself an increased transfer window to avoid the stress, rush and the risk of your luggage not making to the destination.

    Avoid having touch down times at night. They are considered unsafe as the airport is in Maiquetia about 45 minutes away from Caracas. I exited the airport just before sunset and it got dark on the journey. Personally I didn't find it dangerous or intimidating but I would not think it is worth the risk if you can catch an earlier landing time.

    Visa.

    All UK citizens holding a British passport have no problems here. Bring your documents proving your flight return, hotel you will be staying in and bring a payslip or evidence of employment as I have heard they are very strict sometimes and do not want hippy backpackers in their country. I did not get questions about employment, just return flight and hotel.

    Transfers & Money.

    This is linked very closely to money. Getting cash in the country is more or less impossible. There is an official licensed Taxi Rank just as you exit the airport, this is the only exit there is that I saw. How you will pay them will be a problem. I have been told by locals here that fares from the airport to the city are currently 500 k BsF which means it is the equivalent of roughly $2.5-$3. I am just hypothesising here but if you were to pay in dollars they will ask more, the region of $5-$20 depending on the driver and how easy he can get it exchanged.

    I organized transfers and a bank card through TaxiToCaracas website as recommended by several others on the internet. He responds usually a day later in email conversation but credit to the guy he was able to confirm my payment and organise it all within 3 days. Very good even if I think the cost is much much higher than compared to what people ask for on the ground. One way $35 and return is $70.

    He also offers sim card option which is $20 but only with 1 GB. I did not take him up on this offer. You can purchase it cheaper in the malls.

    The main reason I went with this company is because they offer money changing service. Because cash is impossible now (they say all the money goes to Cucuta and Maicao- government blames mafia but could really be individuals trying to make a fortune and get out of the country) they offer a debit card with a copy of the cedula (local ID card) and an authorisation letter. The copy is as small as the debit card. So far I have not had any issues paying (apart from the first incident and some after) most people accept the payment but I will strongly advise that you check before receiving any service that they are ok and maybe will take payment before serving you in case there is a problem. If payment doesn't go through you will have no other way to pay as dollars is not "legally" acceptable as a form of payment here.

    Money.

    The exchange rate can be seen at dolartoday website. It is quite straightforward and while you are in Venezuela you cannot access the site. Twitter is your best friend. Their account shares the same information. Bear in mind the website is considered a propaganda site and possibly an agent of the US trying to destabilise the nation. A lot of their news articles are anti-government and I have now come to question the authenticity of some their articles.

    When I initially booked the value of the BsF was dropping massively compared to the dollar. This means that every week your dollars could pay for more goods and services at a much cheaper rate. Over the last two months the currency has stopped it's free fall and plateaued at 230 k BsF per dollar. This is good for the Venezuelan people and their economy and bad for the tourist.

    Before if the hotel sets its price at $20 per night by the end of the week it is equivalent to $2-$5 per night. Now it is fixed price. Also this means demand for dollars as a more stable currency holding value has decreased.

    TaxiToCaracas will exchange your dollars at 60% of the dolartoday value which is not great at all. You can get it about 200 k BsF from the local people. There is no cash so all money is held in bank accounts. The guy doesn't give you access to online banking so you can't make payment by transfer (transferencia) and he will charge you $3 per transferencia. So really just a good way to help you hit the ground running and pay for things including your dinner for the night. I would recommend setting up PayPal account in advance so when you need to pay for the service and load money into the card it will be easy.

    I have yet to find someone who can sort me out with a bank card and transfer function. This would be the best solution as you can pay the girls by transferring money to them and and you can exchange the dollars by having someone transfer it to your loaned bank account. I will provide the update on this later.

    If you find a contact they will usually buy either US Dollars or Euros. I suggest bringing the bulk for your spending budget in this way, I chose USD.

    Health.

    Considering the crisis here it is important to maintain a good health while you are here. Getting to a good hospital and treatment can be difficult. Depending on what you plan to do during your stay, if you want to stay in the hotels and fuck then you can avoid most of these vaccinations / medications.

    Hep A / B. Everyone who pays for sex should have this vaccination as standard. Start from now if you are reading this!

    Typhoid. It would be necessary if you are more adventurous as the water isn't great here.

    Malaria / Dengue. More relevant if you are going to do more traveling outside the city maybe even up the mountains, even for excursions.

    Yellow Fever. It is a requirement for all entrants to the country but this wasn't verified for me.

    Travel insurance is difficult as the British Foreign Office advises against all but essential travel.

    Key advice is to keep details your Embassy or consulate here in Venezuela, you never know if you may need them.

    Other things.

    I was advised to pick up a cheap smartphone that is unlocked and you are happy to lose in the event you get robbed. I say smartphone as sometimes you can use the translation app and WhatsApp.

    Also an old wallet would be useful. Put some loose dollars / euros so the person sticking you up feels satisfied.

    The plugs are US style so an adapter or two is handy.

    I stocked all my toiletries including tissues but the country is not that fucked. It's expensive for the locals but really you can just about get by. Some supermarkets are fully stocked, others have empty shelves.

    Apart from booze everything in the duty free is expensive. Plan ahead!

    More updates soon.

  10. #1296

    I am planning a trip myself.

    Yes,

    Please share your experience with us here! The place is so volatile that information quickly becomes stale, so we all benefit from updated info. I am myself planning a trip there and would love a detailed trip report from you to help make my decision!

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterAli  [View Original Post]
    I returned from my trip to Caracas. Very straight forward no hassles. Enjoyed my time there. I want to say thanks to MaraCucho for being helpful over PM. Not sure if people are interested in an in depth trip report as this part of the forum seems really quiet.

  11. #1295
    Quote Originally Posted by MisterAli  [View Original Post]
    Not sure if people are interested in an in depth trip report as this part of the forum seems really quiet.
    I agree with the other guys, I'm all ears about your experience. Please, write a detailed report.

  12. #1294
    Quote Originally Posted by PDawg23  [View Original Post]
    Would love to see a detailed report on today's Caracas scene. Always so intrigued to pull the trigger.
    No Kidding.

    Who wouldn't want to read about Caracas?

    Yes Please.

  13. #1293
    Quote Originally Posted by MisterAli  [View Original Post]
    I returned from my trip to Caracas. Very straight forward no hassles. Enjoyed my time there. I want to say thanks to MaraCucho for being helpful over PM. Not sure if people are interested in an in depth trip report as this part of the forum seems really quiet.
    Would love to see a detailed report on today's Caracas scene. Always so intrigued to pull the trigger.

  14. #1292

    Would love a new report!

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterAli  [View Original Post]
    I returned from my trip to Caracas. Very straight forward no hassles. Enjoyed my time there. I want to say thanks to MaraCucho for being helpful over PM. Not sure if people are interested in an in depth trip report as this part of the forum seems really quiet.
    Having never visited Venezuela and after hearing all the scary stuff, it would be great to hear your experiences. I'm very tempted to visit there (including Caracas) but, as you pointed out.

    There's not much recent info here. Thanks much.

  15. #1291

    Fun trip.

    I returned from my trip to Caracas. Very straight forward no hassles. Enjoyed my time there. I want to say thanks to MaraCucho for being helpful over PM. Not sure if people are interested in an in depth trip report as this part of the forum seems really quiet.

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