Barcelona Vs Lisbon: which city wins the title of best summer destination?

Today the summer has officially finished in the Northern Hemisphere, so it seems more than appropriate to talk about a topic which can help you plan your holidays – or summer season – for next year. And nothing like bringing an old-school type of battle, between the two cities which I consider the best to be during this season. These might not be the most obvious choices for many. There are some people who can immediately come here and claim that any island in Spain, Italy, Greece and Croatia or […]

Cracking the difficult code of Lithuanian girls

I had been in Lithuania in 2011 and 2013 and honestly it was eventually my first “wow” experience in Eastern Europe. Back then, I was already quite familiar with the realities of such countries as Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary which, obviously providing a solid supply of talent, had as the main plus the nice attitude and easiness of women and not necessarily their top-tier quality. But when I was first in Klaipeda, during the summer of 2011, and then in Kaunas one week in May, my eyes testified […]

Why Spain is the most complete country in the world

Before start traveling throughout Europe, I used to go a lot to Spain. Compared to Portugal, the country where I lived all my youth, it was an upgrade in every way: a country with more and better options, including great parties and open women, a reality which planted the first seeds of traveling running after what I could not find back home. And then the adventure multiplied itself, where in around ten years I visited about 25 countries in Europe, plus such countries as Brazil, Mexico, Japan or Thailand. It […]

Episode 2: Five reasons why travelling to get laid is a big mistake

This Podcast is a breath of fresh air for real men living in a fake world. In this episode I will cover: Why travelling solely for the purpose of finding new women and getting laid is the worst thing you can do; The five big mistakes most of the “international players” fall into without even realizing it. What you should do instead, in order that you actually get results and not just frustrating trips.    

Why Colombia is the worst (free) country in the world for Night Game

Oh Colombia, many times seen as the dream land, the paradise for every single man looking for real women with challenging personalities and accentuated curves. If there is a prototype of the pure Latina, then surely the Colombians (perhaps along with the Venezuelans, but that title only comes from the perception we have from the “Miss World” contests) are the ones who own that title. But when something is too good to be true, it probably is, as this women’s quality and sensuality comes with a price, which I will […]

Is Chile (Valparaiso and Santiago) worth a visit?

If you search on the internet about Chile, you will surely hear wonders about it: an European vibe, great wine, modern infrastructures and natural wonders such as the Atacama Desert, Tierra del Fuego, Easter Island or the Patagonia Glaciers. It is also the safest country in South America, so you do not need to be with that extra caution as if you were anywhere within this continent. What you usually do not hear about is how Chile is in terms of fun and women, as most of the guys label […]

New York, New York…

I have just arrived from a 6-day trip from the most famous city in the world, which I visited the first time in my life (my friends used to tell me: „you have been everywhere, how come you have never visited the Big Apple?”). Too many things have been written about New York and obviously I will refer some which you already know. Nevertheless, my intention is to give you an idea of the city through the eyes of a person who is perhaps just like you, a guy who […]

The Colombian Diaries (5/5): Barranquilla

Day 1, Thursday: I came by bus from El Rodadero and when entering the city I had the impression that Barranquilla was much bigger than I had imagined. I arrived in El Prado, an old (built with drug’s money) but amazing hotel which I had booked for 37€/night. After the series of disappointments in the north coast and because there were no solid reports about Barranquilla, I had no expectations whatsoever in terms of what would I find here. Since I was totally alone, I decided to do a thing […]

The Colombian Diaries (4/5): Santa Marta

Day 1, Friday: We arrived at the bus station of Cartagena at around 4:00 pm, went to the “official” bus operator Expreso Brasilia, whose attendant told us that this was the only company which would go to Santa Marta and that the next bus would depart only at 6:15 pm, costing around 50,000 pesos (about 17€). But since life has taught me not to rely just on a single comment from one person, especially if that person is Latin, I searched further for other tour operators. And guess what? The […]

The Colombian Diaries (3/5): Cartagena

Day 1, Tuesday: I arrived at lunch time in the city which inspired so much the Colombian writer Gabriel García Marquéz and I could immediately understand why: Cartagena has indeed an aura of magic and charm, accompanied by a magnificent sea breeze, a pure Latin vibe and amazing colorful buildings. On the other hand, and putting things in a more down-to-earth perspective, I had the impression that I had landed in Africa, such were the number of black and dark-skinned people walking around. Just as a piece of advice, if […]