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(08-19-2018 05:12 PM)fvitterbi Wrote:  Hi guys, hope you're all doing well and getting laid,

I'll be heading over to D.F. shortly for about a week, first time since 2015, I'm looking for good day game spots if anyone has any updates. I went through this entire thread since 2016 but didn't find much.

Last time I was there I would spend all day day-gaming for days on end, Roma street and coffee shops were ok, but few and far between, and Centro was actually sort of weak, rarely saw good targets, it was mainly families,dates, groups. I was surprised given how so many people raved about it on the forum. The place I should have been more aggressive was Reforma, coffee shops and street, just got intimidated by how American it was.

2nd question..Thinking about staying in Centro this time: maybe near the tour bus stop?..sounds crazy, but last time there I did indeed see a number of young girls out in the early evenings, hanging out in restos and higher-class hostel restos/bars. So why go to Roma when the density is so low there if you can just be at the center of day game opportunities? In fact a lot of the centro girls are too lazy to head out to Roma even if you offer an Uber.

Also, the thing about Roma that annoyed me.. great date spot, easy 1st date bang logistics, but the girls there all had that "only talk to me in English" wanna-be American attitude (i speak fluent spanish)...but if this staying in the Centro idea this idea is too radical, then I'll just stay in Roma of course.

To clarify, not interested in Tinder, night game, or Condessa...in it for the day game, getting laid is a 2nd.

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I don't know if anyone has mentioned it before, but I think Ciudad Universitaria has a lot of potential for day game.

The campus is a bit spread out, but the area around the central library (known as "las islas") has pretty dense foot traffic, as well as a lot of students hanging out. Another good spot is the area around Metro Copilco, where there are a lot of student hangouts and students going to and fro from the campus.

If any girl asks what you're doing there, just say you're a student at "CEPE" (pronounced seh-pay), which is the Spanish-language school at the university. Or you can say you're going to a conference at one of the institutos.

Other potential spots would be:
Midrange and upscale malls such as Forum Buenavista, Parque Delta, Reforma 222, Centro Santa Fe
Soumaya Museum
In and around the World Trade Center

As for staying in the Centro, I'm not sure if it would help that much. Its nightlife is very limited, and then I have a hard time believing anyone actually lives there. My experience is that Mexico City girls are very used to traveling all over the city for work/school, and so if they're into you they'll come to you no matter where you're at.

If you're looking for a change from Roma, there are a couple of neighborhoods that are still pretty central and that might have daygame opportunities, although the quality would be a step down from Roma/Condesa. These include Juarez, Napoles, Navarte and Santa Maria de la Ribera. San Angel and Coyoacan might also be good options, but they're further to the south of the city.
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I can add that in Mexico you can eat extremely healthy and very cheaply, as long as you prepare the food yourself. Go to any supermarket or a mercado, and you can get a good variety of greens, meat and healthy food. Mexico has quite probably the finest selection of fresh fruit in the continent, if not among the top 5 in the world. If your budget is in usd or eur, you will spend peanuts.

Tacos are not healthy food, in any case. Mexicans love tacos, sweet drinks and processed foods, which is the reason of the highest obesity rate in the world.

As for talent, the main population group is ugly, fat, and women have no form whatsoever. They descend from the worst and poor, who emigrated to the city along the 20th century. Meaning, the ugly poor people from the rest of the country.

The talent lies on women that come from other states of the country to work/study, and the sector of the female population that descends from Spaniards, Lebanese and other Europeans, and women from south america. Proportionally to the population, it is a very small percentage (think 5%), but numerically, this means several tens of thousands. This also means that logistics are key and actually simplified, as the "beautiful" people live only on some neighborhoods.

For online game, Tinder now focuses on women with low income or lower education, but white tall guys would kill it, as long as they make it clear they are here to have fun. Bumble is quite good right now, and you could find women looking for fun, and others that look for a relationship. OKC may occasionally give you a good math, but it may be only some times per year. Quite frankly, you will compete with other foreigners, expats and white Mexicans, mainly.

Overall, Roma, Condesa, Polanco, Cuauhtemoc, Roma and Juarez are where you want to live, and where the talent is, in any case. There is great talent in Santa Fe, Bosques and Interlomas, but they are preppy neighborhoods where social game is key. If you match with women from such areas, just make them come to Roma or Condesa, or meet them after work. Nothing to do there as a foreigner.

Ubers are quite cheap for intl. standards. The City has become quite expensive in rents, almost 80% of the cost of living in Madrid, for example, but transportation, food, supplies, most services and drinks are still very cheap.

Any posters looking for tips and information on the city, be sure to PM me and I will try to help!
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Tinder quality has decreased in CDMX? What is the popular app there now? The Tinder quality was top notch ~ two years ago.
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^ Probably IG like most countries.
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(08-20-2018 10:00 PM)NextStop100 Wrote:  Tinder quality has decreased in CDMX? What is the popular app there now? The Tinder quality was top notch ~ two years ago.

Top quality is now on Bumble. Tinder still works for ons, but you cannot use the same pictures or profile on Tinder as you would on Bumble. A couple friends do Tinder game here and they make it clear that they are there for nothing serious. Being white will help you a lot. Being blond will help you even more. Even being Asian help (Japanese or Korean Asian, not Chinese or Vietnamese). Mexicans are quite open to meet foreigners, and Mexico City is, I would say, the most liberal city in the country.
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I'm planning on hitting CDMX for a little while in November because I really want to see the pyramids and some other sights.

But I've been checking out AirBnB prices, and like Tern just mentioned, housing is pretty fucking expensive for short-term stays. What's the deal with this?

Roma and Condesa are pushing $40/night for an entire apartment, which is almost on par with U.S. rental prices.

I still want to check out CDMX for sure, but I'm thinking that I'll eventually get more value out of Bogota or Medellin.
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(08-21-2018 01:30 PM)stefpdt Wrote:  I'm planning on hitting CDMX for a little while in November because I really want to see the pyramids and some other sights.

But I've been checking out AirBnB prices, and like Tern just mentioned, housing is pretty fucking expensive for short-term stays. What's the deal with this?

Roma and Condesa are pushing $40/night for an entire apartment, which is almost on par with U.S. rental prices.

I still want to check out CDMX for sure, but I'm thinking that I'll eventually get more value out of Bogota or Medellin.

Are you finding better prices in decent Airbnb apartments in the north of Bogota (Zona Rosa, Parque 93 areas) and El Poblado or Laureles in Medellin? $40 sounds reasonable to me.

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Sorry I should've clarified this better.

I agree that $40/night is a good rate in Medellin or Bogota.

And I think Medellin and Bogota are both better cities than CDMX primarily because of the girl situation.

So If I'm gonna pay around $40/night to live in South America, I might as well just go to Colombia. That's basically my thought process right now.

If CDMX was significantly cheaper than Medellin or Bogota, that might have changed my mind, and made me take CDMX more seriously.

For whatever reason, I assumed that CDMX housing costs would be much cheaper than they currently are.
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I'd like to hear some people's thoughts on CDMX versus Bogota, I've been hearing mixed reviews, mostly that the women in Bogota are much hotter but the food in CDMX is much better and the city more interesting overall. I may spend some time there this winter as there's cheap direct flights (around $350, 5 hours) from Calgary to CDMX whereas Bogota is around 12-15 hours. Plus Mexicans can travel to Canada visa free unlike Colombians, so if I find a chica I like then I could fly her up.

I thought Guadalajera was just ok, the girls were hot and the nightlife was decent but the city is pretty flat and not so appealing to me, I think that Medellin blows it out of the water on many levels.

I spent two weeks on the Yucatan peninsula (Merida, Cancun and Playa Del Carmen) and would compare it to the Caribbean coast of Colombia, I had a lot of fun there, the beaches and diving were great but the local chicas who were often short and indigenous looking didn't give me boners like the more Afro and Morena chicas in Colombia.

This is a really good comparison that I found: https://www.mylatinlife.com/blog/2017/1/...d-you-live

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Every guy that I've asked agrees that Colombian chicas are all-around better than Mexican chicas.

However, I can also hop on a short 2.5 hour flight from DFW to CDMX for like $128.

And I agree that CDMX does seem interesting, given that it's a fucking massive city.

Maybe CDMX is worth a quick 2-week recon mission just for the experience.
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If you guys decide to go to DF and catch a Colombian fever really bad, you can always go visit the huge Colombian barrio near Mercado Medellin. All I can say is I always got a boner walking past there and there is an abundance of restaurants and bars, during the world cup that place was an absolute pussy goldmine.
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I love CDMX.....a massive city with tons of layers. There are hot women in CDMX you just have to search them out....In my experience the concentration of quality was usually in the high end neighborhoods and trendy clubs/restaurants/bars/cafes/ where I finally saw more attractive women. On the streets, subway, and parks not so much...I found the typical Mexican look of short, pudgy, and indigenous/Mayan features.

Where as in Colombia in my opinion there is a wider range of looks but within that the women tend to have sexier features....Colombia wins with higher quality in everyday street life......not to mention the Colombianas are way more open and friendly at first meeting.

With that said CDMX crushes Colombia on food (street up to fine-dining), markets, art, architecture, parks, and varied nightlife, with options for all types of 1st world amenities. Mexican's have tourism/food/bar service down and are experts at presentation, while keeping you drunk and fat.

Checkout CDMX its one of the top cities in Latin America.
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(08-21-2018 01:30 PM)stefpdt Wrote:  I'm planning on hitting CDMX for a little while in November because I really want to see the pyramids and some other sights.

But I've been checking out AirBnB prices, and like Tern just mentioned, housing is pretty fucking expensive for short-term stays. What's the deal with this?

Roma and Condesa are pushing $40/night for an entire apartment, which is almost on par with U.S. rental prices.

I still want to check out CDMX for sure, but I'm thinking that I'll eventually get more value out of Bogota or Medellin.

Prices in Roma/Condesa are almost on par with Spain and some US cities. Mexico City is quite big and dense, has world-class food, entertainment, museums and private services are almos first-world. The economy is much more developed than any Colombian city.

Of course, you can stay on Del Valle or Narvarte, and prices will be half than in Roma/Condesa, but the only interesting thing in Narvarte are the dozens of taco places.
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CDMX is relatively cheap if you consider the adventures you can have in a small area. You can spend an entire day at the Anthropology Museum (history not clothes). Diego Rivera Murals are all over the city.
The UNAM university campus is a day gamers paradise if you ask me. I wish I could spend more time there.
You can make day trips to some amazing archaeology sites. Tula and Teotihuacán among others.
If you have time, I recommend a day trip to Tepoztlán. It is a small town with a pyramid above the town that you can hike up to. The Reverend Louis Farrakhan visited here in 1985. A beam of light took him up to a UFO mother ship...YMMV.
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Cultural activities, food, and adventures are fun. I genuinely love doing things like that, as much as possible.

But if we’re being totally honest, I primarily want to have nasty sex with hot chicas.

I hear so much about the *potential* of gaming in CDMX, but I rarely hear about players actually going out and pulling Mexican girls from bars, clubs or daygame.

Where are all of the war stories boys?
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Who’s around? Just got in last night.
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(08-21-2018 07:57 PM)Ternarydemonite Wrote:  
(08-21-2018 01:30 PM)stefpdt Wrote:  I'm planning on hitting CDMX for a little while in November because I really want to see the pyramids and some other sights.

But I've been checking out AirBnB prices, and like Tern just mentioned, housing is pretty fucking expensive for short-term stays. What's the deal with this?

Roma and Condesa are pushing $40/night for an entire apartment, which is almost on par with U.S. rental prices.

I still want to check out CDMX for sure, but I'm thinking that I'll eventually get more value out of Bogota or Medellin.

Prices in Roma/Condesa are almost on par with Spain and some US cities. Mexico City is quite big and dense, has world-class food, entertainment, museums and private services are almos first-world. The economy is much more developed than any Colombian city.

Of course, you can stay on Del Valle or Narvarte, and prices will be half than in Roma/Condesa, but the only interesting thing in Narvarte are the dozens of taco places.

It's funny how I forgot about Del Valle and Narvate. When I was staying with my family in Tepito or Itztapalapa a decade ago I would think those were elite neighborhoods and they were what Condesa is today. They were trendy and hip. Now they don't even register on people's' radar.

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Heading into Mexico for a spell - been in Asia for most of the last six to seven years (with some interim periods in Europe, South America and a painful 10 months in Utah (ok, not that painful). Haven't been an active member on RvF for quite some time, but this thread does appear to be useful and lacks most of the bs that drove me away from RvF the first place. In any event, I've done stretches (god, that sounds like prison) in Medellin and Lima over the last 18 months or so (been to Argentina as well) in between spending the vast majority of my time in Thailand and the Philippines (and to a lesser extent, Japan, Bali, Vietnam, China, etc.).

Will likely to 2-3 weeks min in DF (have a project I am working on) before perhaps heading to Puerto Vallarta for a look. I've been to Mexico City, Guad (which was cool), Tulum and other cities in QR - and Isla Mujeres, probably 5-6 trips to Mexico in total. This is my first semi-extended stay. Not that its necessarily needed, but happy to provide travel hacking advice (some of the guys in here are familiar with my knowledge in that area) in exchange for some current details on DF or even PV (though I have some resources there). I have some pretty wealthy Mexican friends/business associates who I expect to be somewhat but not overwhelmingly helpful - more about them, not particularly that they're Mexicans - just flighty entertainment industry folks.

Get in tonight, booked already for the first 11 days of my stay in (you guessed it) Condesa. Cheers.

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A couples of us are in condesa/roma at the moment. Welcome homie.

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I'm in Merida, and Tinder is horrendous. I'm not that fussy on Tinder frankly, anything 6 upwards i'll swipe on, and i'd say i probaly pass on 9 for every 1 i swipe. Some of them are almost curiously misshapen facially to the point of looking some kind of medical complaint... That said i pass on girls that look like twats (eg repeated duckface pics, wannabe instathot profiles, spoilt/princess look), but either way, it's been a looooong time since i maxed out my likes in one day here...
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(08-21-2018 08:34 PM)stefpdt Wrote:  Cultural activities, food, and adventures are fun. I genuinely love doing things like that, as much as possible.

But if we’re being totally honest, I primarily want to have nasty sex with hot chicas.

I hear so much about the *potential* of gaming in CDMX, but I rarely hear about players actually going out and pulling Mexican girls from bars, clubs or daygame.

Where are all of the war stories boys?

The data sheets are around my man I posted one a few weeks ago. Me personally for a guy who spent 18 months is CDMX I can vouch that it is a cool city and quite fucking massive. I lived in all of the happening neighborhoods: Condesa, Roma Sur, Roma Norte, Del Valle, and Narvarte. I got laid the most when I was living in Roma Norte.

It really all depends on your bankroll and how much time you got. I'll actually be landing in CDMX on the 10th of this month and will touch down for about 5-7 days. I have a girl who has been trying to get me in this monologue, short film or recording thing she has been working on. She's mentioned she will take me out for a beer and she will actually come through. It's to be determined as she has been flakey in the past.

Once I pass through CDMX I plan to hit up maybe GDL or Yucatan area, but I'm not sure yet. Mexico city is a cool and very livable city. I mean my tinder profile was quite shitty when I first started and I still managed to get 3 lays though they were spaced out. Most of my lays actually came from meeting the women during the day or night, with little to no Spanish.

As with most things, if you put in the work, the results will manifest. Also contrary to popular belief you don't "need" Spanish to get laid as I also got a few lays from google translate and just holding my frame. That said Spanish will help but is not necessary.

Most Mexican girls will have some nice shape to them but take note they have small breast, but trust me, bro, just walk down the Reforma, walk down Roma Norte, Polanco, hell hit up Buena Vista mall or better yet "Oasis" mall in coyoacon and you will surely run into quality chicks. Tinder doesn't give the chicas justice.
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Guys, you really motivated me to go to Mexico! But let me ask one question. Is it okay for me to expect girls looking like that (APART from her very good body):

https://scontent-lax3-2.cdninstagram.com...tagram.com

How typical is a face like that in a city like GDL? The girl from the picture is Fiona Barron and was born in Mexico, that's why I'm asking.
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