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Last time I was in Athens I stayed quite close to Omonia Square. It was three years ago, and although I talked to a few Syrian guys around the square, like my previous trip to Istanbul, I was too nervous  to take any of them back.

I realise now I was looking in the wrong side of the square. I approached the square from the south west, from the Pireos Street end, and the evening I went there I didnt head to it until about 11.00 pm. I remember getting more and more nervous watching the guys hanging around as I got to the closer to the square and in particular I was a bit spooked by coming across a covered walkway very close to the square to my right (linking Pireos and Athinas Street). It was obviously a shopping arcade by day, but at that time of night it there was about thirty guys lined up on the ground with blankets, evidently homeless and bunked down for the night. I was not used to seeing so many homeless people and any sign of slowing down or dawdling meant that guys, mainly Middle Eastern looking, approached you and offered drugs and girls.

I sat down on a bench when i got to the square and a guy quickly sat down beside me. “You like boys or girls?” he asked. When I told him I liked guys, he offered to go with me for 50 Euros. I asked where he was from and he said he was a Syrian refugee. He looked about twenty and handsome in a rangy sort of way. But I was too nervous. I got up and headed back down Pireos, on the far side this time. Another guy sidled up to me. He informed me he would go with me to my hotel. “What, why?”, I said in mock innocence. He informed me that he had seem me chatting to the guy on the bench and that I had been right to reject him as he was “not good”. He himself was an Iraqi refugee and just wanted a little money. He pointed to the arcade and said “I sleep there, no money for food, Greece very hard for refugees”. He looked at me pleadingly. However, he had unwitting spooked me even more by making it clear to me that my movements around the square were being monitored by the hustlers, and the smell of desperation off him was a massive boner-killer. I pressed a five Euro note in his hand and almost ran back down Pireos St.

In the end I hired a guy off Hunqz. I saw a guy offering massages for €40. I decided to go for him as I thought that not much would have been spent if it doesnt work out well.

It turns out it was a “straight” married guy who was trying to earn a bit of money on the side. He told me he was unemployed and he made some money by teaching himself how to do massages and he mainly did massages for an amateur football team!  I thought this sounded suspiciously like a set-up for a porn film, but decided to go with the flow. His English wasn’t that great but I gathered that while he had gotten clients from other sites before, I first client from Hunqz.

I started to wonder (a bit crazily) that maybe he was a straight masseur who had set up a profile on Hunqz without realising quite what sort of site it was...

Either way, by then I didn’t think much is going to happen so I said nothing about sex, and let him get down to business.  After massaging me for a while he got aroused and started to poke my side with his erect dick and to play with my ass. He then started to attempt to fuck me. It happened quite suddenly actually and without him saying anything - I actually had to stop him to get him to put on condom.

I ended up having a very good time and I gave him €80 at the end of it. It was probably one of my best ever experiences with hiring guys.

But the next time I am in Athens I want to try out that cinema, although I wont have the energy for the schedule of Santiaodc!

 

 

 

 

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14 hours ago, ForrestReid1614502761 said:

Last time I was in Athens I stayed quite close to Omonia Square. It was three years ago, and although I talked to a few Syrian guys around the square, like my previous trip to Istanbul, I was too nervous  to take any of them back.

I realise now I was looking in the wrong side of the square. I approached the square from the south west, from the Pireos Street end, and the evening I went there I didnt head to it until about 11.00 pm. I remember getting more and more nervous watching the guys hanging around as I got to the closer to the square and in particular I was a bit spooked by coming across a covered walkway very close to the square to my right (linking Pireos and Athinas Street). It was obviously a shopping arcade by day, but at that time of night it there was about thirty guys lined up on the ground with blankets, evidently homeless and bunked down for the night. I was not used to seeing so many homeless people and any sign of slowing down or dawdling meant that guys, mainly Middle Eastern looking, approached you and offered drugs and girls.

I sat down on a bench when i got to the square and a guy quickly sat down beside me. “You like boys or girls?” he asked. When I told him I liked guys, he offered to go with me for 50 Euros. I asked where he was from and he said he was a Syrian refugee. He looked about twenty and handsome in a rangy sort of way. But I was too nervous. I got up and headed back down Pireos, on the far side this time. Another guy sidled up to me. He informed me he would go with me to my hotel. “What, why?”, I said in mock innocence. He informed me that he had seem me chatting to the guy on the bench and that I had been right to reject him as he was “not good”. He himself was an Iraqi refugee and just wanted a little money. He pointed to the arcade and said “I sleep there, no money for food, Greece very hard for refugees”. He looked at me pleadingly. However, he had unwitting spooked me even more by making it clear to me that my movements around the square were being monitored by the hustlers, and the smell of desperation off him was a massive boner-killer. I pressed a five Euro note in his hand and almost ran back down Pireos St.

In the end I hired a guy off Hunqz. I saw a guy offering massages for €40. I decided to go for him as I thought that not much would have been spent if it doesnt work out well.

It turns out it was a “straight” married guy who was trying to earn a bit of money on the side. He told me he was unemployed and he made some money by teaching himself how to do massages and he mainly did massages for an amateur football team!  I thought this sounded suspiciously like a set-up for a porn film, but decided to go with the flow. His English wasn’t that great but I gathered that while he had gotten clients from other sites before, I first client from Hunqz.

I started to wonder (a bit crazily) that maybe he was a straight masseur who had set up a profile on Hunqz without realising quite what sort of site it was...

Either way, by then I didn’t think much is going to happen so I said nothing about sex, and let him get down to business.  After massaging me for a while he got aroused and started to poke my side with his erect dick and to play with my ass. He then started to attempt to fuck me. It happened quite suddenly actually and without him saying anything - I actually had to stop him to get him to put on condom.

I ended up having a very good time and I gave him €80 at the end of it. It was probably one of my best ever experiences with hiring guys.

But the next time I am in Athens I want to try out that cinema, although I wont have the energy for the schedule of Santiaodc!

 

 

 

 

ForestReid,

What a great story! Its like the old image of making lemonade out of lemons! 
 
You were right to be a bit concerned about the south side of Omonia Square. Whilst I was there, the police were regularly making arrests on that side for drug dealing. The boys told me that the drugs are on the south side and the sex on the north side. 
 
You do raise an interesting point, though.
 
In all my years of travelling there, I only met three genuinely Greek guys at Omonia, the Theatre, Zappeion, Pedion, the bars, and Victoria. Most of the sex there was from foreigners. Maybe others have had better luck with Greeks in those places. In my experience, the apps are far better for meeting those sexy Greeks and they usually command a slightly higher price for their services as well. Nonetheless, I found the Greeks on offer willing to do far more with far more passion! Maybe it’s just part of their ancient gay heritage passed down! 

 

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I’m intrigued by your comprehensive posts @Santiagodc. I’d be glad to learn what you think before I visit Greece again. 

Some years ago, I dated 2 Greek men, both university students in the UK, aged 22 and 24. Both were goodlooking and eager to please an older man like me. I also had a vacation in Athens where I hooked up with a versatile muscleboy the first night and he stayed with me for the rest of my trip. 

I’m an older man in decent shape but I’m top only. I enjoy dating muscleboys who like to bottom for me. I particularly rate a good cocksucker; someone who’s happy to suck me to completion and swallow my load. I’d really enjoy meeting those  young men you describe as

On 2/18/2021 at 3:46 PM, Santiagodc said:

Class A guys that are straight, immaculate, showered, would never take drugs, never smoke, and sexy as fuck

Do you have any insights into meeting and/or experience with guys in Greece who want to please and service an older man?

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I actually stayed at the Hotel Kosmopolit some years ago. It was full of ordinary middle-class travelers, even families. I wonder what they thought about the Kosmopolit cinema next door. I remember seeing a lot of "track-suit" guys at and around the hotel. You know, young guys from the Mediterranean and Middle East who always seem to be in running pants and who are always hanging around, harmless but doing nothing in particular. I never sensed any possibility from them but maybe I was stupid.

The theater itself was as grody as described and, more important, the talent was far below what I had gotten accustomed to in Brazil and Spain. There was one druggy guy, one dark, unattractive guy with a fat dick, and several trans- and cis-female hookers.

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I thought the Kosmopolit Cinema had closed due to covid and the bushes in the park north of the archeology museum had been trimmed back so much that sex in the bushes was unlikely to work.

Happy for an update if my information is not correct.

If the cinema is closed, what is "the" place to go now for rent boys?

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@Santiagodc such a great and informative post, thanks. I also work in Athens quite often, well before Covid. Ive been to a few of the places that you mention, the two bars you mentioned are my favourites, also Bizzar club is also really good and near Samis and Testme.I sadly learnt the owner of Testme passed away recently, he was quite young.  

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The good news from Greece is that they are re-opening to foreign visitors (including from the US, EU & UK) who have been vaccinated or who have had a covid test.  However, they still have a lot of covid cases so there is a lockdown & a curfew but the Greeks are planning to start lifting the restrictions in May.  

I doubt that the Kosmopolit Cinema is open right now.

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Agree that is great news... but how about the pandemic response and vaccination efforts in those countries? Will visitors have same access to restaurants, bars, and guys? I'm not sure how much "fun" i'd have. I'm all for having a good time. In fact, booked tickets to Hustlaball in Berlin later this year. However, with so many unknowns now,  would probably prefer to stay in the US and explore some national parks and cities that I haven't visited yet. 

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4 hours ago, Cany10011 said:

Agree that is great news... but how about the pandemic response and vaccination efforts in those countries? Will visitors have same access to restaurants, bars, and guys? I'm not sure how much "fun" i'd have. I'm all for having a good time. In fact, booked tickets to Hustlaball in Berlin later this year. However, with so many unknowns now,  would probably prefer to stay in the US and explore some national parks and cities that I haven't visited yet. 

As far as I heard on TV, all the inhabitants of Greek island have already been vaccinated. All that for the sake of saving tourism in the country. The visitors will only be required to have either a vaccination or a negative PCR test.

I was on several Greek islands last year and everything was going smoothly.

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Few hotels in Athens check guest id. I just go up to room with my new friend with a sense of belonging. It's worked at Grande Bretagne, Crowne Plaza, Melia, ICH, Novotel, for me, anyway. 
 

As a rule I don't touch the Egyptian or N African rent. From experience it's always a hassle with demands for extra money or severe personality issues. 

The Cosmopolit Hotel has good st room for 10e.  Better than Easy Access. 
 

 

 

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