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Belarus - Ramacher - 08-15-2013 03:59 AM

Just curious because of the political atmosphere in Belarus, and potential untapped resources there. Has anyone ventured there and experienced the women there? I would have to assume there has to be some hotties there that has never seen American men before.


RE: Belarus - Thespaniard - 08-15-2013 04:36 AM

Hey man,

I´ve never been there before but I know people that has been there and told me wonders about the Bealarussian women. But I also heard its not so safe there. The police
is very corrupted and political situation is quite tense. People dissapear and crime is high but I think mostly has to do with political matters. I think they don´t harass tourists but
sure about this, maybe somebody that has been can confirm and let us hear his experience.


RE: Belarus - RussianSoul - 08-15-2013 05:37 AM

I think the women are the ice on the cake in Belarus. When the current regime comes down(and it will), Belarus will present business opportunities like Russia in the early 90s. I can't wait...


RE: Belarus - Ramacher - 08-15-2013 05:52 AM

Have you been there personally Russiansoul? Can you elaborate on it more? Like how are the women compared to Ukraine etc?


RE: Belarus - Prosal - 08-15-2013 05:55 AM

(08-15-2013 04:36 AM)Thespaniard Wrote:  sure about this, maybe somebody that has been can confirm and let us hear his experience.

Vorkuta made a great post about provincial Belarus:

http://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-11142-post-175544.html#pid175544

Minsk is not a best kept secret. It's already on the sex-tourism map.


RE: Belarus - Prosal - 08-15-2013 05:58 AM

(08-15-2013 05:52 AM)Ramacher Wrote:  Like how are the women compared to Ukraine etc?

Much more conservative.


RE: Belarus - ChrisGambi - 08-15-2013 09:29 AM

No it wont. No commodities to speak of. And all the girls will flee, and it will become easier to get in. Things will go to shit judging from the perspective of us forum members


RE: Belarus - inostranec - 08-15-2013 09:51 AM

I have been living in Minsk for 18 months for now and I can tell you something about it. Yes there are a lot of hotties who has never ever seen a foreigner, at least western one. And those 18 months I have never met a local person who can speak decent English. But I myself talk Russian so no problem. Girls are a bit on the conservative side. Just think of a kitty that you give some food but she doesnt know to take it or run away. And it is a very very very safe country. I have been to most Europe and to Russia and I can say it is so quiet and safe. Impossible to see a street fight. Girls are not spoiled. Strongly recommended. And minsk is just 180 away from another heaven Vilnius.


RE: Belarus - Greek kamaki - 08-15-2013 11:07 AM

I have already written a thread on Belarus.

http://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-10641.html

Also polish rumble report about Minsk is spot on.

http://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-14123.html

Belarus is an excellent playground for Slavic guys from Russia and Poland.


RE: Belarus - Nolecbo - 08-15-2013 12:31 PM

If you are into Belarusian women come to NYC. It is the only country in Europe whose citizens we grant Political Asylum.

The Belarusian women I have dated claimed asylum just after their 18th birthday (pre-planned obviously) and came to NYC. They keep 2 passports and fly to Ukraine then train home into Belarus to see their families.

Typically very womanly shaped and have great attitudes if they think they can't do better than you. The food they cook is really unhealthy but hey - at least they cook.


RE: Belarus - Thespaniard - 08-16-2013 05:29 AM

(08-15-2013 09:51 AM)inostranec Wrote:  I have been living in Minsk for 18 months for now and I can tell you something about it. Yes there are a lot of hotties who has never ever seen a foreigner, at least western one. And those 18 months I have never met a local person who can speak decent English. But I myself talk Russian so no problem. Girls are a bit on the conservative side. Just think of a kitty that you give some food but she doesnt know to take it or run away. And it is a very very very safe country. I have been to most Europe and to Russia and I can say it is so quiet and safe. Impossible to see a street fight. Girls are not spoiled. Strongly recommended. And minsk is just 180 away from another heaven Vilnius.

Im very glad to hear that. Im seriuosly considering Minsk for next spring. I heard negative things about safety there, but my sources might not be very reliable. So, you never felt unsafe on your time there? Is people firendly to tourists? What about the police, is it easy to get in trouble with them?

Thanks


RE: Belarus - Greek kamaki - 08-16-2013 11:17 AM

Actually Belarus is one of the worst places for day game in EE.It is one of the best for night game though.I have explained the reasons.


RE: Belarus - Kristian - 08-17-2013 06:15 AM

Its advisable to take a local guide with you?(or someone who speaks russian)


RE: Belarus - inostranec - 08-19-2013 02:52 AM

(08-16-2013 05:29 AM)Thespaniard Wrote:  
(08-15-2013 09:51 AM)inostranec Wrote:  I have been living in Minsk for 18 months for now and I can tell you something about it. Yes there are a lot of hotties who has never ever seen a foreigner, at least western one. And those 18 months I have never met a local person who can speak decent English. But I myself talk Russian so no problem. Girls are a bit on the conservative side. Just think of a kitty that you give some food but she doesnt know to take it or run away. And it is a very very very safe country. I have been to most Europe and to Russia and I can say it is so quiet and safe. Impossible to see a street fight. Girls are not spoiled. Strongly recommended. And minsk is just 180 away from another heaven Vilnius.

Im very glad to hear that. Im seriuosly considering Minsk for next spring. I heard negative things about safety there, but my sources might not be very reliable. So, you never felt unsafe on your time there? Is people firendly to tourists? What about the police, is it easy to get in trouble with them?

Thanks

If you don't do some crazy things on the street nothing will happen. People are neutral to foreigners. Tourists are almost none so I can't say that I saw unfriendly people. All my time here I was out late night or early in the morning not even one cop has asked me for passport or papers and mostly I am without my passport. I think the safety should be the last thing that you should worry about. The high prices of hotels (after the ice hockey world cup in february expect it to be higher) or lack of people who can speak English should be your concerns. But still I don't recommend a local guide. Hunting alone is always better imo. I would meet with the fellow forum members but I got a big time job now so I have frequent business trips to Russia and Ukraine so I have no idea when I will be in the city and when I won't.


RE: Belarus - Greek kamaki - 08-19-2013 02:44 PM

First of all you should know that in Belarus every foreigner is discreetly watched.So day game so to say is a bit out of the question and can get you in trouble (police comes not that you know that it is police).The girls are very afraid to talk to strangers in the streets due to mass presence of police (mainly secret) and army.I saw army even in the disco.If you know how to move however and most importantly you speak Russian you will have no problem again only with night game.


RE: Belarus - signoria - 08-19-2013 03:24 PM

Is it just me or these Belarussian chicks are all easy girls?

I have banged three of them so far and they were the easiest ones. Now I have randomly added a girl from Minsk on vk last week. I have been talking to her on whatsapp for a week and she agreed to meet me in St. Petersburg three weeks later. She says she has this cousins of her living there but doesn't mind living with me because I seem cool. I have got some girls in Piter that I bang on a regular basis but I am thinking of putting them aside and go with this girl if she really shows up, she is pretty damn hot.


RE: Belarus - Thespaniard - 08-19-2013 04:41 PM

(08-19-2013 02:44 PM)Greek kamaki Wrote:  First of all you should know that in Belarus every foreigner is discreetly watched.So day game so to say is a bit out of the question and can get you in trouble (police comes not that you know that it is police).The girls are very afraid to talk to strangers in the streets due to mass presence of police (mainly secret) and army.I saw army even in the disco.If you know how to move however and most importantly you speak Russian you will have no problem again only with night game.

It sounds crazy.. Why would the police give you trouble just for approaching a girl politely??? Have you had bad experiences with daygame in Minsk?

@inostranec ,

Have you ever done daygame in Belarus?? You sound like you been in the city for a while, can you confirm what Kamaki says?


RE: Belarus - The Duke - 08-19-2013 05:04 PM

(08-19-2013 02:44 PM)Greek kamaki Wrote:  First of all you should know that in Belarus every foreigner is discreetly watched.So day game so to say is a bit out of the question and can get you in trouble (police comes not that you know that it is police).The girls are very afraid to talk to strangers in the streets due to mass presence of police (mainly secret) and army.I saw army even in the disco.If you know how to move however and most importantly you speak Russian you will have no problem again only with night game.

Maybe I'm paranoid, but I wondered if this sort of thing happens in Uzbekistan (another FSU dictatorship). At the airport, I bumped into an Uzbek guy that I knew. It turns out he was taking the same flight as me. He asked me if I could carry some money for him as he was carrying more than the allowed amount. In the end, he changed his mind. Later, in the airport, I was searched. They were specifically looking for how much money I was carrying. It was if somebody had overheard me talking to this guy about carrying money. As it turns out, my friend was also searched. He paid a 50 Euro bribe and they let him keep the rest of his money.


RE: Belarus - inostranec - 08-20-2013 01:14 AM

@Thespaniard

I also heard that 1 million of the population is civil police. But it equals to 10% of the whole population. I doubt that this is the truth, however there are some rumors that people are watched, not only foreigners but also locals. I don't know and I don't care. It's almost 19 months that I live here and all I do is daygame and online game. I am not really into clubs and girls are everywhere. I can just go to a busy bus station and ask for directions (like I don't know) and then try to talk with the girl or meet with girls after some chat on vk or mamba. May be I know how to move as Greek kamaki mentioned but I really don't see any reason to be scared. I recommend the night game in the first place but I get enough pussy with day game and online game. I have time to be patient and wait for a couple of dates until sex so if time is limited nightgame is better. Anyway you will get the pussy you want.


RE: Belarus - The Duke - 08-20-2013 01:34 AM

(08-19-2013 02:52 AM)inostranec Wrote:  I have frequent business trips to Russia and Ukraine so I have no idea when I will be in the city and when I won't.

We'd love to hear your comparisons of Belarus vs Russian vs Ukraine.


RE: Belarus - inostranec - 08-20-2013 02:32 AM

(08-20-2013 01:34 AM)The Duke Wrote:  
(08-19-2013 02:52 AM)inostranec Wrote:  I have frequent business trips to Russia and Ukraine so I have no idea when I will be in the city and when I won't.

We'd love to hear your comparisons of Belarus vs Russian vs Ukraine.

May be I should make a thread about this one day. I can't say I have enough experience about Ukraine yet. I will write about this when I am ready. Just a couple of small trips don't make me an expert.


RE: Belarus - Attila - 08-10-2019 03:17 PM

how owuld it be to visit 2nd tier cities of Belarus? such as:

Maguilov -->370.712 inhabitants

Vítebsk -->377.960 inhabitants

Brest -->347.576 inhabitants

Grodno -->361.352 inhabitants

Gómel --> 527.172 inhabitants

it would be more exotic to visit than Minsk


RE: Belarus - TripleG - 08-10-2019 04:08 PM

This has already been answered and use search feature on forum. In one sentence 2nd tier cities in Belarus are less touristy but not any easier than Minsk and WGF no longer exists even there.

https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-73669.html?highlight=Belarus


RE: Belarus - bigbadpua - 08-12-2019 04:37 PM

When flying into Belarus via Minsk Airport on the visa free scheme, do you need proof of onward travel, e.g. another flight booked out of Minsk? Of course Im planning to do so, but I dont know how long I would stay, so just book a flight in, stay a bit, and then decide and book


RE: Belarus - TripleG - 08-12-2019 06:29 PM

Passport control has never asked me for proof of onward travel and I've been to Belarus 6+ times. What you can do is prebook a refundable flight and just have confirmation email saved on your phone. It can even be a fake flight that you can cancel later just remember to not overstay.