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South America - which country for a first timer?
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RE: South America - which country for a first timer?
I'd say still go to Brazil... Despite the political instability things are not going to get militarised or violent (apart from possibly some protest or whatever, nothing out of the ordinary). Regarding the language, Brazilians are very friendly and patient regarding language barriers, though some girls might get shy because of it (but if you talk directly to them they will respond).

Only problem are prices in Rio and SPaulo.
05-23-2017 05:48 AM
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RE: South America - which country for a first timer?
Which would be best for a guy like me (5'8, British, white)? Are there any Latin American countries with a Brit fetish?
I am learning Spanish only so no Brazil for now. I will be travelling alone.
05-27-2017 04:24 PM
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RE: South America - which country for a first timer?
As another 5'8" whitey, I'm curious how different countries compare for first timers. Not only for lays & quality of women, but quality of living, safety, cost, etc.

Costa Rica vs Central/Northern Mexico vs El Salvador
Cuba vs Dominican Republic
Peru vs Bolivia vs Ecuador

My impressions:
Mexico & El Salvador are known to be more dangerous than Costa Rica, which is more of a retirement destination. The knock on Costa Rica being you are less interesting to locals as a foreigner because it is already pretty touristy in addition to retirement folk & expats. As for quality of women, no idea, ease of lay, perhaps Mexico? Talking out of my ass.

Dominican Republic seems to be much easier to get lays, but the quality of living is much better in Cuba (it would seem from what I've read around here). Girls tend to both be interested in foreigners, especially in the smaller cities of Cuba.

I kind of ruled out Ecuador, as it doesn't seem to have anything to offer that Peru doesn't. Peru apparently is easier for lays, women in all three aren't that great (bar is raised due to Colombia & Brasil). Bolivia seems hit or miss, given the fact that locals are more conservative and you have to have patience & run social circle game.

My format is like this because I'd like to spend a few months in 4 countries; central american country (or mexico), somewhere in the Caribbean, one of Peru/Bolivia/Ecuador, and then either Medellin/Cali/Pereira in Colombia. Don't care to learn Portuguese just for Brazil, and Argentina is enticing but geographically its pretty distant from all the other locations (save Bolivia).
05-31-2017 08:19 PM
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