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Will soon travel to rio and stay there for two months. I haven't been there since 1990 and am very excited.Have read all about the gorgeous looking boys working in the saunas, but back in 1990 I remember they didn't speak any languages but Portuguese. So, does anyone know of an exceptional top escort who has a phone number and speaks English? If not, where is the cruising besides the saunas ?

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Read my world-famous review of the saunas in the international escorts section. You can check out http://www.netgay.com.br and click on either saunas or escorts for lots of ideas. Although the site is in Portuguese, you'll figure out the address. If the description says "boys," "garotos de programa," "capetinhas do plantão," it has hustlers. A new place has apparently opened, in addition to the ones mentioned in my review. It's on r. Toneleros. Obviously, I can't say anything about it, since it just began business after my most recent trip. Going rate should be about $30 -$35 dollars. Don't pay more than that except for exceptional services or a lot of extra time.

 

Besides saunas, there's pretty heavy cruising at LeBoy disco. They have go-go boys who may be available to go after the show. Also a dark room. This has the best looking crowd in Rio. A bit sleazier is Incontrus, on praça Serzedelo Correia, in Copacabana. It can attract "boys," especially after the baths close. They just move their business elsewhere. I've seen some guys cruising the perimeter of the plaza around 11:00 p.m. There's street hustling on Av. Copacabana at night, from Posto 6 to about Posto 4, like around the bus stops. You'll recognize the "come hither" look and pose. Daytime, of course, there are guys at the Bolsa -- the gay section of beach almost in front of the Copacabana Palace hotel. Actually it's a bit more in front of the Excelsior hotel, but you'll find it opposite r. Fernando Mendes. In Brazilian summer, there may be guys at Maxim's, on the corner of Fernando Mendes and av. Atlântica, after the beach, or at the Rainbow Kiosk, on the beach sidewalk directly in front of the Copacabana Palace.

 

Portuguese: Yes, that is what they speak, although Rio is a major tourist town and most of the guys will have at least a few basic (very basic) words of English. If you speak any Spanish that'll help, because most Brazilians can understand it. It'll be harder for you to understand their responses, though. A pocket phrase book is easy enough to carry and can be a big help. At the baths, of course, pointing and feeling are all that's really required. A universal language!

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