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RE: Venezuela Datasheet
(01-23-2018 10:20 AM)LatinoViking Wrote:  
(01-23-2018 01:30 AM)natas305 Wrote:  Any update on Venezuela, @LatinoViking?

Yes ! Im just too lazy and too bad to write a new datasheet

No need to write a new one, just continue to post updates here.
01-23-2018 03:04 PM
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RE: Venezuela Datasheet
(01-23-2018 03:04 PM)natas305 Wrote:  
(01-23-2018 10:20 AM)LatinoViking Wrote:  
(01-23-2018 01:30 AM)natas305 Wrote:  Any update on Venezuela, @LatinoViking?

Yes ! Im just too lazy and too bad to write a new datasheet

No need to write a new one, just continue to post updates here.

This country is a possy paradise but Margarita sucks for its logistics, local girls have the highest levels of flaw Ive seen in my whole life and in general the local girls are not so attractive with exepction when you go to nightclubs ( where you also see lots of chicks from other parts of the country)
Margarita is the only place some venezuelans can still afford to go besides that you have a lot of brazilians. I mean, brazilians take over whole hotels but the BR girls in Margarita in general are uggly either ugly, religious, with their family, with their boyfriend. I didnt see that many google looking BR girls. Still I banged one in the new year

Margarita has some cool nightclubs ( but like most VE cities very few) 1900 is a must! lots of hot girls that in general are younger and Bora Bora is bigger and more of a mixed crowd ( dont have that many talents you see in 1900, in my opnion).

I used to go to 1900 everyday, socialized pretty soon, aprocheaded some girls, befriended some local guys that introduced me to their girl friends. One day I went to Bora Bora I had the night of my life, cool enviroment, aproched some girls, got aproached by another one who asked my number meanwhile the girl I was dancing with went to the bathroom, had another one grabbing my ass ( Im stil suspecious if the girl wanted to grab my ass or if that was an attempt to steal something from my pocket, anyway I never carry anything on my back pocket). That night resulted in one bang the same night with a girl I aproached there and another one 2 days later with another one I got her number and found out she was staying at the same hotel as me.

Tinder is small in Margarita and such a waste of time. Nightgame is the thing, like most of VE in opnion. Tinder in Caracas worked pretty well.

Margarita is just alright for 1 week after a while you get bored, most girls live far away and cab drivers charge normally higher, specially once they see you`re a foreign I mean its almost nothing if you convert to US dollars (20 cents should be the fair price and gringo price x2 x3) but as I mentioned before the problem is, getting cash in Venezuela can be hard, more so in Margarita, I lost some bangs because of the logistics till I found a good place to get my cash and also found a hot blond girl who had car, afforded her shit, paid the guest fee for the hotel I first stayed at. She even asked me if I didnt want her to suck my dick once we came inside my hotel room, we werent even kissing at that point.

Some opnions have changed and in general VE girls are very easy, everytime I had a date with a VE chick if she came alone that was a same day bang for sure if she came with a friend I always hooked up with the girl and the next date I banged her.
Many girls meet up with a friend and you have to pay for both of them, normally they`ll drink and eat normal but some girls will order the most expensive shit in the meny ( wich is still cheap but I just dont wanna be that guy whos gonna be a girls provider) other chicks may always want you to take them out before you get their pussy, Venezuela has a 50/50 situation where half of the girls are semi pros who may date you for free food and drinking or a just looking for some guy to be their provider (normally girls from the slums and some other girls ranging from average to hot) meanwhile the other half only wants to have sex or may be interested in you.

Even the golddiggers are pretty affordable but honestly theres no need to pay more than a dinner or night out in VE. VE is this kind of place that you always meet a new hotter woman tomorrow. There are tons of nice, cool chicas that are only looking for some fun or maybe are looking for something else than free food/drink

In general VE chicks are cool to hang out with and have some good sensor of humor, they can be good for a short term relationship or just to be your ``culito`` but nothing else than that with very few expections they are not worth a serious relationship. In terms of sex in general VE chicks sex skills is average, nothing special, I had like 3 girls that I had good sex with but still didnt have any wow experince.


For security I still didnt have any issue, walked around a lot, been to clubs, came back home drunk alone and no cab driver kidnaped me.
Beside the fact that one day I was in 1900 in Margarita the Guarda Nacional stormed the place and asked people to leave, people started singing protest music til the Guarda Nacional left the place and party went all night long.
Another day a black car with Secret Services Cops stopped the car and started shouting at me asking for my ID, I was in front of my hotel, I gave them, they asked where I was from and told me to go inside my hotel shouting at me. I dint even know who these guys were, if the were some like mafia guys, narcos or just some guys trying to make fun, they never told me who they were and their car had no police signs, next day I found out they were Secret Services Cops (SEBIN) I was told they are very dangerous, they kidnap people and stuff even thou the Guarda Nacional tried to extort me (blue uniform cops have even threated me with deportation and prision claming my passport was fake) I never felt scaried and they have never been unpolite neither but with these SEBIN guys I felt like if I didnt do what they told me they could just do something to me.


For people, I never had any issues, Venezuelans in general are very honest people, another day I went to a restaurant in front of my hotel at 23.00 after a whole day drinking on the beach. A beggar asked me for money, I was clearly drunk and the street was alone, I stopped to give a lot of 1 000 bills to a beggar and that was when my wallet falt on the ground and I had all of my bills all over the floor, I was carrying my pizza and some few beers, the beggar could just run away but told me she could hold my stuff meanwhile I picked up the money, I picked up the money and gave her all of my 1 000 bills ( had like 40) and some other 2 000 bills and a few other of higher denomination that I dint want to give way. after I gave her all my bills she gave me back a 100 000 bill (wich is the highest denomination bill in VE right now) and told me to be carefull. I mean shes a beggar in VE, where people normally dont have enough to give a beggar neither. its very hard to be honest in such conditions.

well thats it. One day I post something about Caracas and a better datasheet on Margarita as well as other cities or maybe just a better VE datasheet.
01-24-2018 01:28 AM
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RE: Venezuela Datasheet
(12-29-2017 11:09 PM)norberts Wrote:  Great datasheet, a few questions...
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:  1. If you come to Venezuela bring some dollar bills for exchanging
Are there any denominations that are difficult to exchange? What denominations work best? Some countries won't accept $1 or $5 bills for example, others will only take the new $100 bills.
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:   You can perfectly go with 100 USD bills

3. Use both dolartoday.com and bolivarcucuta.com for knowing the exchange rate, you`ll hardly get what you see there if you want cash, expect to pay a differance of up to 20% less everything else is just bullshit
Does this mean you will get more Bolivars or less Bolivars if you exchange dollars?
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:   Sorry, I meant you get more with dollars than pesos or any other currency, the max you should expect to pay is different of 20% less than the value you see on the page. I get a 10-12% differance than the pages price

4. For money transger you can expect to get almost the same rate you see on these page, bolviarcucuta is more realible than dolartoday( yes its DOLAR NOT DOLLAR)
By money transfer do you mean western union or Bank to Bank transfer? See 3 above, in other words, does wiring yourself money get you 20% more in Bolivars.
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:  [/b] if you have us dollars in cash you can just give the dollars to the person whos gonna exchange you the money and the person transfer from his venezuelan bank account to the venezuelan bank account you`re gonna use in Venezuela once you dont have more dollars in cash you can find somebody who has a bank account in the US/Panama or has a paypal account and transfer your money from your us bank account to their bank account in the US/Panama and they transfer their money from their VE bank account to the VE bank account you`re using[/b]


14. You`ll need a local in order to move around in Venezuela, they can also get you a venezuelan sim card wich is a must ( less than 1 usd for 1gb of internet) and a debt card, once you get a venezuelan debt card you can find somebody that exchanges money and they can exchange from your homecountry bank account to this venezuelan account, make sure you have numero de cedula, the password and the internet acess. A venezuelan guy that lended me his card stole me
I take it that a foreign visitor cannot get a sim card or the debt card on their own?
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:  [/b] Actually you can in some banks but its a complicated process, you`ll still need the reference of a local venezuelan, meet up at the bank branch ( wich is pretty caotic) and then be lucky because they do not have plastic to give you a card, Ive tried to do that many times before and they always tell me the same `` no platic no card`` on top of that you`re gonna consume a lot of time to get your card.[/b]

16. If you want to really cheap prices, 20-40 USD for a private room in a good location and safer location you``ll have to look for local webpages for a hole apartament Its gonna be complicated as they may want a contract and stuff I`m talking with a guy and asking to rent both of his rooms in an apartament in a good neighborhood in Caracas for 40 usd. Private message me or I`ll try to type the pages later

[/b] I ll try to find the pages again[/b]

Will PM you but such info is good to share on here if you choose to
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:  17. For good exchange rates
Not sure if you were going to say something more here

[/b] my bad, I forgot to write more, basically its hard to give a contact, if you want good exchange rates you`ll always be exchanging your money with a different person or exchange house. on top of that exchanging money is illegal in VE so I wont post it here[/b]
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RE: Venezuela Datasheet
(01-24-2018 01:44 AM)LatinoViking Wrote:  
(12-29-2017 11:09 PM)norberts Wrote:  Great datasheet, a few questions...
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:  1. If you come to Venezuela bring some dollar bills for exchanging
Are there any denominations that are difficult to exchange? What denominations work best? Some countries won't accept $1 or $5 bills for example, others will only take the new $100 bills.
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:   You can perfectly go with 100 USD bills

3. Use both dolartoday.com and bolivarcucuta.com for knowing the exchange rate, you`ll hardly get what you see there if you want cash, expect to pay a differance of up to 20% less everything else is just bullshit
Does this mean you will get more Bolivars or less Bolivars if you exchange dollars?
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:   Sorry, I meant you get more with dollars than pesos or any other currency, the max you should expect to pay is different of 20% less than the value you see on the page. I get a 10-12% differance than the pages price

4. For money transger you can expect to get almost the same rate you see on these page, bolviarcucuta is more realible than dolartoday( yes its DOLAR NOT DOLLAR)
By money transfer do you mean western union or Bank to Bank transfer? See 3 above, in other words, does wiring yourself money get you 20% more in Bolivars.
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:   if you have us dollars in cash you can just give the dollars to the person whos gonna exchange you the money and the person transfer from his venezuelan bank account to the venezuelan bank account you`re gonna use in Venezuela once you dont have more dollars in cash you can find somebody who has a bank account in the US/Panama or has a paypal account and transfer your money from your us bank account to their bank account in the US/Panama and they transfer their money from their VE bank account to the VE bank account you`re using


14. You`ll need a local in order to move around in Venezuela, they can also get you a venezuelan sim card wich is a must ( less than 1 usd for 1gb of internet) and a debt card, once you get a venezuelan debt card you can find somebody that exchanges money and they can exchange from your homecountry bank account to this venezuelan account, make sure you have numero de cedula, the password and the internet acess. A venezuelan guy that lended me his card stole me
I take it that a foreign visitor cannot get a sim card or the debt card on their own?
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:   Actually you can in some banks but its a complicated process, you`ll still need the reference of a local venezuelan, meet up at the bank branch ( wich is pretty caotic) and then be lucky because they do not have plastic to give you a card, Ive tried to do that many times before and they always tell me the same `` no platic no card`` on top of that you`re gonna consume a lot of time to get your card.

16. If you want to really cheap prices, 20-40 USD for a private room in a good location and safer location you``ll have to look for local webpages for a hole apartament Its gonna be complicated as they may want a contract and stuff I`m talking with a guy and asking to rent both of his rooms in an apartament in a good neighborhood in Caracas for 40 usd. Private message me or I`ll try to type the pages later

I ll try to find the pages again

Will PM you but such info is good to share on here if you choose to
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:  17. For good exchange rates
Not sure if you were going to say something more here

my bad, I forgot to write more, basically its hard to give a contact, if you want good exchange rates you`ll always be exchanging your money with a different person or exchange house. on top of that exchanging money is illegal in VE so I wont post it here
01-24-2018 01:52 AM
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RE: Venezuela Datasheet
(01-24-2018 01:52 AM)LatinoViking Wrote:  
(01-24-2018 01:44 AM)LatinoViking Wrote:  [quote='norberts' pid='1708778' dateline='1514606998']
Great datasheet, a few questions...
[quote='LatinoViking' pid='1663304' dateline='1507775522']
1. If you come to Venezuela bring some dollar bills for exchanging
Are there any denominations that are difficult to exchange? What denominations work best? Some countries won't accept $1 or $5 bills for example, others will only take the new $100 bills.
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:  You can perfectly go with 100 USD bills

3. Use both dolartoday.com and bolivarcucuta.com for knowing the exchange rate, you`ll hardly get what you see there if you want cash, expect to pay a differance of up to 20% less everything else is just bullshit
Does this mean you will get more Bolivars or less Bolivars if you exchange dollars?
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:  Sorry, I meant you get more with dollars than pesos or any other currency, the max you should expect to pay is different of 20% less than the value you see on the page. I get a 10-12% differance than the pages price

4. For money transger you can expect to get almost the same rate you see on these page, bolviarcucuta is more realible than dolartoday( yes its DOLAR NOT DOLLAR)
By money transfer do you mean western union or Bank to Bank transfer? See 3 above, in other words, does wiring yourself money get you 20% more in Bolivars.
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:  if you have us dollars in cash you can just give the dollars to the person whos gonna exchange you the money and the person transfer from his venezuelan bank account to the venezuelan bank account you`re gonna use in Venezuela once you dont have more dollars in cash you can find somebody who has a bank account in the US/Panama or has a paypal account and transfer your money from your us bank account to their bank account in the US/Panama and they transfer their money from their VE bank account to the VE bank account you`re using


14. You`ll need a local in order to move around in Venezuela, they can also get you a venezuelan sim card wich is a must ( less than 1 usd for 1gb of internet) and a debt card, once you get a venezuelan debt card you can find somebody that exchanges money and they can exchange from your homecountry bank account to this venezuelan account, make sure you have numero de cedula, the password and the internet acess. A venezuelan guy that lended me his card stole me
I take it that a foreign visitor cannot get a sim card or the debt card on their own?
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:  Actually you can in some banks but its a complicated process, you`ll still need the reference of a local venezuelan, meet up at the bank branch ( wich is pretty caotic) and then be lucky because they do not have plastic to give you a card, Ive tried to do that many times before and they always tell me the same `` no platic no card`` on top of that you`re gonna consume a lot of time to get your card.

16. If you want to really cheap prices, 20-40 USD for a private room in a good location and safer location you``ll have to look for local webpages for a hole apartament Its gonna be complicated as they may want a contract and stuff I`m talking with a guy and asking to rent both of his rooms in an apartament in a good neighborhood in Caracas for 40 usd. Private message me or I`ll try to type the pages later

I ll try to find the pages again

Will PM you but such info is good to share on here if you choose to
(10-11-2017 09:32 PM)LatinoViking Wrote:  17. For good exchange rates
Not sure if you were going to say something more here

my bad, I forgot to write more, basically its hard to give a contact, if you want good exchange rates you`ll always be exchanging your money with a different person or exchange house. on top of that exchanging money is illegal in VE so I wont post it here
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RE: Venezuela Datasheet
Good stuff, LatinoViking. Cool to hear more details about Margarita and that you're still alive after a while there in Venezuela now. This is one of my favorite datasheets I'm following now....or at least one of the more interesting ones right now.
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Thanks @LatinoViking for the additional info. Very useful.
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RE: Venezuela Datasheet
Meanwhile …

[Image: DVxd-QmWsAAW9Qg.jpg]
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“A Gallup poll published this past August found that only 12 percent of Venezuelans felt safe walking after sundown, and 38 percent said they had been robbed in the past year.”

That is insane and disturbing.

http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/22467...-wound-hip
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RE: Venezuela Datasheet
(02-16-2018 07:59 AM)scrambled Wrote:  Meanwhile …

[Image: DVxd-QmWsAAW9Qg.jpg]

The funny thing is that you dont have the same problem with scarcity in liquor stores in Venezuela haha
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RE: Venezuela Datasheet
@LatinoViking

Thanks for the datasheet.

Are you still in Venezuela or have you gone back there since?

I am seriously thinking of spending some time there, but I am kind of skeptical due to what literally all of the Venezuelans I've met across Peru, Chile and Spain are telling me about the situation in their country.
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