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If you have free time, enough money (count minimum 1000 usd for a couple of weeks, non including return air ticket), and are high-value (reasonably handsome, not fat, with game, still young, speaking languages), here is where you should go in January or February: anywhere (almost) on the South Am coast between Floripa (Florianopolis) and Mardel (Mar del Plata), including Punta (Punta del Este) of course, maybe also smaller places like Camboriu (just North of Floripa) or Pinamar-Villa Gesell...

I don't think any other world location makes so much sense, right now, for high-value Westerners seeking fun, sex, adventure and vacationing by the sea... Except maybe SEA (Phuket, Da Nang, Bali, Boracay?), of course, but you'll have better quality, and more diverse and high-so, pussy in South Am right now.
Of course you'd have to speak Spanish (or portunol), but, I'm sorry to say that if you are indeed high-value in the West in 2018, you have to have language skills, with almost mandatory Spanish (unless you invested in Russian or Chinese).

The only advantage that other places like SEA or Colombia or Cuba, would have over the Floripa-Mardel strip, is age-difference acceptance. But if you're still young and love to fuck and party (and have the time and money for it obviously), how can you not be down there right now? Plus, you'd soon have the Carnival experience, either in Brazil or Uruguay, maybe even in Argentina (like, in riverside Gualeguaychu).
What's the lowdown on Punta Del Este? Is it more of a party town with lots of young women from around LatAm, or is it mostly wealthy couples/groups? The latter I imagine would be hard to break into.

Also how young do you have to be to enjoy these places? At what point do the women start to see you only for your money and nothing else, I guess is what I'm asking.
(01-14-2018 08:03 PM)jselysianeagle Wrote: [ -> ]What's the lowdown on Punta Del Este? Is it more of a party town with lots of young women from around LatAm, or is it mostly wealthy couples/groups? The latter I imagine would be hard to break into.

Also how young do you have to be to enjoy these places?

Thing is, there are so many balnearios (resorts by the sea) along the Brazilian, Uruguayan or Argentinian coast in (southern hemisphere) Summer, that you can have your pick. If you don't like the vibe of one resort, move on by bus to the next one... you have classy resorts, or more "hippy", "nature-lovers, ecologic" ones.

As to Punta, its has both populations you referred to, but maybe is a bit less fun for youngsters than Floripa and its various, diverse beaches.

You'd have to look under 33, or 35 with money and game. Or 40 with muscular body, fun attitude and a rented car. Or 50 if you are Tinielli. Or 80 if you are Pepe Mujica on viagra in an old VW.

Also and in any case, do not mistake the Floripa-Mardel strip for Cuba or the hideous Santa Marta: women in Floripa-Punta-Mardel go for the fun, not for your money. Actually many of them will be rich daughters and heiresses and have more money in their family than you probably do. Still, they are DTF if you are handsome and cool.
Thanks for the info. Me and some friends are planning a South America trip very soon so we might update accordingly. If you're there, let me know and we can grab a beer if I end up there!
why Florpia over Rio?
Can you get by in these Brazil beach towns with little Portuguese but conversational Spanish? What about vice versa?
Thinking about next year 2019 and deciding which language to focus on and how much so.
Is there noticeably more English spoken among the upper class crust cuties?
(01-14-2018 10:12 PM)Westcoast99 Wrote: [ -> ]Can you get by in these Brazil beach towns with little Portuguese but conversational Spanish? What about vice versa?
Thinking about next year 2019 and deciding which language to focus on and how much so.
Is there noticeably more English spoken among the upper class crust cuties?

Can you get by in these Brazil beach towns with little Portuguese but conversational Spanish?: definitely yes, you can, in January and even more in February (when most people on the southern Brazil beaches will be Argentinian in any case).
Note anyway that most Brazilians understand Spanish, or its portunol derivation, quite very well. Much like Castilian Spaniards understand 85% of Catalan.

Posted by NextStop100 - Yesterday 09:59 PM
why Floripa over Rio?


Depends if you go for, preferably and mainly, Black or White women. Floripa beaches are full of White (or what some call White-Latino women), whereas Rio beaches are much more "diverse", and not so high-so.
You make want to book a flight down there right now
Interesting...I was considering a BJJ camp in Florianopolis this winter
I would not say that Mar del plata is a place for a high-value player, but you can get something. Pinamar/Villa Gessel have better meat, but also that meat is higher class, so you need to be really high-value or already have a social circle there. For the recent tourist i recommend Punta del Este.
As a new immigrant to Uruguay, thank you for not hyping Rocha. Keep Paradise Paradise!
Floripa and Punta are old news, so to speak, but that’s the first time I hear about Mardel being a high end place offering some action. The image I have from it is beaches full of lower middle class high school kids traveling with their families. Looks wise it’s similar to Balneário Camboriú with lots of buildings casting a shadow over the beach.

Jurere area in Florianopolis is awesome, but very competitive and unless you’re wealthy, your wallet will get drained quickly there (think Ibiza prices).

A nice place that wasn’t mentioned here is Atlantida beach in Rio Grande do Sul state. Lots of parties there during Summer.
I’ll be in Floripa from the 25th until the 3rd or so, then again Feb 17th for another week or so if anyone is around.
Anyone have info on Vitoria?
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