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  1. Geolopes
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    Probably not

    Originally Posted by Vincelee76
    Jaosousa or anyone who may have the answer.

    Can I bring travelers' checks? Does the banks in Santo Domingo cash traveler's checks? Do you know any bank that will cash traveler's checks?
    The American owner of BB's stopped taking travelers checks last year. He cited in one of his newsletters that the banks in his area stopped accepting them. Don't know why. Its possible the banks in Santo Do might not have this policy but I wouldn't chance it. Its a bit nerve racking to leave mucho cash in your hotel room's safe, I realize. I brought $2000 USD cash with me for my last trip and fretted a bit about that but I was in a safe hotel in Sosua and of course had no concerns with BB's security, but in SDQ I would be somewhat concerned as I haven't been in town for a while and don't know the various chica friendly hotels that are frequently mentioned in earlier posts.

    Let's see what the others have to say about this. Anybody?
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  2. Charles_Pooter
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    Originally Posted by Vincelee76
    Can I bring travelers' checks? Does the banks in Santo Domingo cash traveler's checks? Do you know any bank that will cash traveler's checks?
    Ah yes, traveler's checks. I am 70 years old but I think I remember my father mentioning them when I was young. Didn't they go out of fashion along with 78rpm records and telegrams?
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  3. BoricuaOnline
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    Originally Posted by Jaosousa
    One Dominicana chica told me this last trip that many Dominican men consider light beer a girly beer and won't drink light beer so as not to be seen as feminine.

    I hought tacaño was cheap. I need something to say to a chica whsks for too much, remind her that their is no virtue in being greedy. (press alt 164 at the same time for: ñ)

    OK, Michael the Italian / German partner of Yani is out for you. I will ask Yani to get another chica, dressed in a policia nacional uniform for you.
    You are right I gave you a wrong definition, greedy is codiciosa, there is no way of telling a girl that she is asking too much without getting mad or offended.
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  4. Cagep1967
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    I've told girls

    Originally Posted by BoricuaOnline
    You are right I gave you a wrong definition, greedy is codiciosa, there is no way of telling a girl that she is asking too much without getting mad or offended.
    Tu pide mucho!
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  5. Manizales911
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    Originally Posted by Geolopes
    The American owner of BB's stopped taking travelers checks last year. He cited in one of his newsletters that the banks in his area stopped accepting them. Don't know why. Its possible the banks in Santo Do might not have this policy but I wouldn't chance it. Its a bit nerve racking to leave mucho cash in your hotel room's safe, I realize. I brought $2000 USD cash with me for my last trip and fretted a bit about that but I was in a safe hotel in Sosua and of course had no concerns with BB's security, but in SDQ I would be somewhat concerned as I haven't been in town for a while and don't know the various chica friendly hotels that are frequently mentioned in earlier posts.

    Let's see what the others have to say about this. Anybody?
    Geo, BB's stopped accepting travelers checks for a while but is now accepting them again.

    I don't bother with travelers checks and very rarely ATM's any longer I just bring cash and exchange money as needed, I always bring home a couple to a few thousand pesos so when I return I am not pressured to change money as soon as I get to the DR. My advise to anyone that is uncomfortable bringing cash then use ATM's but be prepared to deal with the possibility that the nearest ATM is out of money or not working.
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  6. BoricuaOnline
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    Originally Posted by Cagep1967
    Tu pide mucho!
    Exactly,"tu pides mucho" "estas pidiendo mucho dinero" (you are asking for too much money) sounds right and not offensive.
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  7. BoricuaOnline
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    Originally Posted by Vincelee76
    No man, ride from airport is 40 dollars by taxi.

    305 club are all hookers, how can they possibly be virgins? Come on, man.

    You better wise up, you may get ripped off, if you play stupid like that where ever you go.
    I was just kidding Vincelee, this is my 20th visit to Santo Domingo. I do not pay 40 dollars for an airport to city transfer, I pay between 15 and 20 dollars.

    You can also refer to the map I created for exact location of monger points of interest.
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  8. Jaosousa
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    Originally Posted by Enricos
    Is Tony's bar in La Romana on the main drag? I think you mention its location on a previous post but I could not find the post.
    Some photos I previously posted showing the outside of Urban Bar and Tony Bar in La Romana, as well as photos for Klimax / Scores in La Romana.

    The mansion is a brothel in Santo Domingo, zona oreintal, one block off carretera mella in a very nice house with themed rooms, to use for sex. I was told they are open 24/7. Paco Club is located near the airport, owner speaks English. Pacos (Grands) is at the beginning of El Conde in Zona Colonial, Santo Domingo, usually always has pros sitting inside.

    The new photo tool on this site works good, I can easily repost photos that I previously posted on this site, Kudos to Hunter.
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    • Cagep1967
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      Tu pides mucho

      Originally Posted by BoricuaOnline
      Exactly,"tu pides mucho" "estas pidiendo mucho dinero" (you are asking for too much money) sounds right and not offensive.
      I've trained My live in girlfriend with those words, she has a debit card for my account down there and she only takes out money to pay the bills.

      She contributes a little from her manicuring gig, but she only touches my money to pay my bills when I'm not down there.

      I had another girl on the side from Santa Ana, when I broought her to the capital she wanted a dog. 2,000 for one of those teacup dogs, I got it. Then she wanted a bikini, I got that then she wanted a tatoo, I started to complain a little so she slowed down. She asked for a Blackberry I told her tu pides mucho, she got upset and wanted to go home. So I brought her back to her mothers she then begged me not to leave her.

      If you give a little, it's more than they get from local guys and you can string them along for awhile and thy may pretend to be pissed, but they are better off with you than without. And face it there are others waiting to take their place.
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    • Blk_Big_Bootyluv
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      My first trip to DR I took like $500 USD in travlers check my hotel changed them all with no problema. I don't know if a hotel will still do that but there is an option for you.

      Originally Posted by Jaosousa
      I have never used travelers checks in Dom Rep. You will be visiting Santo Domingo a large city with many banks. Lots of tourists visit Santo Domingo and I am sure some of those tourists use travelers checks in Santo Domingo.

      You may want to call the company that issued the travelers checks and ask them if they know of specific banks or other places in Santo Domingo where the travelers checks can be cashed. Sorry I can't help out further regarding travelers checks.
      Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
    • Flaco_Loco
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      Airport Transfer

      I have been in contact with A2B for the last two weeks but they haven't gotten back to me. They sent me one message that they were having trouble getting in contact with their SDQ people? Can anyone recommend a driver or alternative? I don't want to get raked for a transfer.

      Thanks!
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    • Enricos
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      Santo Domingo

      Originally Posted by Jaosousa
      Some photos I previously posted showing the outside of Urban Bar and Tony Bar in La Romana, as well as photos for Klimax / Scores in La Romana.

      The mansion is a brothel in Santo Domingo, zona oreintal, one block off carretera mella in a very nice house with themed rooms, to use for sex. I was told they are open 24/7. Paco Club is located near the airport, owner speaks English. Pacos (Grands) is at the beginning of El Conde in Zona Colonial, Santo Domingo, usually always has pros sitting inside.

      The new photo tool on this site works good, I can easily repost photos that I previously posted on this site, Kudos to Hunter.
      Thanks for posting the pics again. Sorry for being a pain in butt. Man-o-man I miss DR already and just back to the USA a week.
      Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
    • Bq_Ribs
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      Originally Posted by Stebo419
      What days and nights Santo Domingo is jumping on. Me and wingman are tring to figure out which one we should go Santo Domingo or Boca Chica, or both. Which one is jumping the most on Fri and sat. We wil be down there This Friday for 4 nights.
      Probably stay in Boca unless you call jumping from casa to casa in Santo Domingo "jumping on". LOL.

      Unless you have transpo, speak fluent Spanish, know your way around the city you are pretty much stuck with visiting the casas. I know I will get heat on this statement coming from the fluent Spanish speakers and the ones who will drive a country mile for a piece of tail. If you are new to SD without a car you won't be doing much other than going to the casas.

      Sosua is the big puta party town of the DR.
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    • Bq_Ribs
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      Originally Posted by Flaco Loco
      I have been in contact with A2B for the last two weeks but they haven't gotten back to me. They sent me one message that they were having trouble getting in contact with their SDQ people? Can anyone recommend a driver or alternative? I don't want to get raked for a transfer.

      Thanks!
      The going rate is $40 USD to the city. If is very easy to get a ride for 1,000 pesos. You ask the price and just counter offer 1,000 pesos. One of two things will happen. The driver will accept your offer or the driver will find someone to share the ride with you. Really, $40 USD is nothing to complain about for an airport taxi.
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    • Jaosousa
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      1000 pesos=$27US. 1200 pesos=$32US. 1500 pesos=$40US. 2500 pesos=$67US. 3500 pesos=$94US. 4000 pesos=$108, 5000 pesos=$135US. 6000 pesos=$162US. 8000 pesos=$212US.

      Streetwalker prices usually 1000 to 1500 pesos. On a past trip I picked up a streetwalker near the Isla Gas Station on the Malecon. She gets into my car after agreeing to 1200 pesos and says to me that she wants to buy cocaine, I said no. I drove with her to a cabana on the malecon. She ordered a large bottle of president and a small pack of cigarettes at the cabana without asking me first. She took off the dress she was wearing. She had on a back support type thing that resembled a girdle, which basically sucked in her gut. After seeing all of this, I just said forget it and did nothing with her and drove her back to the isla gas station, total cost to me was about 2000 pesos, gas cost and over an hour of my time wasted.

      Pre-crackdown Santo Domingo you had a good set up, when 100 streetwalkers would be on Avenida Independencia and you would sit at the Colmado and check out the streetwalkers, size them up and choose one you liked.

      On my first trip to Boca Chica, I was on calle duarte around midnight and had a few beers with a streetwalker. My wingman hooked up with some other chica and he exited on a motoconcho. I agreed to something like 1500 pesos with the chica and we took a motoconcho to some room. 5 minutes away. When we entered the room the chica asked for payment up front, stupid me, paid her then. I had to urinate and went into the bathroom. When I came back into the room the chica was gone. Total loss for me around 2000 pesos (1500 plus motoconcho fee and beer that I had previously bought her while chatting on calle duarte). Later that night around 4am, I visited a massage place in Boca Chica, paid 1500 pesos, pretty chica gave me a back massage, oral without condom, mish and k9. I busted a night, fell asleep for an hour with her laying next to me, heard the roosters, woke up and returned to the Hamaca hotel.

      My last trip I showed a guy who has mongered in many destinations, including brazil and sosua, baby dolls on the malecon. He was very happy with the lineup and the prices. 3500 pesos for two hours at your hotel or 3500 pesos for one hour using their onsite rooms. In a span of 6 hours that guy paid 7000 pesos to take out two different chicas from baby dolls.

      Satin Dolls and Club 305, I believe the rate is for 4 hours (confirm the time amount before taking a chica). Streetwalkers I have no clue how long they will stay with you for 1000-1500 pesos.

      Generally a casa chica will not try to rip you off, she lives at the casa and if she steals something, you know where to find her. Streetwalkers, different story. I am sure there are some very nice and honest streetwalkers, but for a guy who has never been to santo domingo or only visits once a year, it might be difficult to discern, which streetwalkers are honest and which ones could be thieves or nuts.

      With a casa chica there are no guarantees that you will get great service. If her service is non-existent (ie doesn't want to have sex) , take her back to the casa, get your money back or a credit. The guy I took to baby dolls had that happen to him with the second chica he had from baby dolls, he returned her to baby dolls and they told him he could choose another chica without paying.

      I have spoken with the owners 305 and satin dolls (both fluent in English) and they appear to me that they would not allow non-sense from their chicas. I have heard no complaints about chicas from 305.

      In a casa you will pay more. In a casa you can get to know a chica before taking her out, usually casa chicas are dressed in sexy clothes, some are almost half naked, some will allow you to feel their bodies, so a guy can have a good idea of what he is getting. Street walkers will be wearing more clothes, which may cover any imperfections such as stretch marks or see-section scars.

      There are all kinds of mongers, all with different styles on how they like to monger, no shoe fits all.

      For a guy who may visit Santo Domingo one time in his life and who encounters a casa chica, the type he masturbates about when he is back in sex prison in the states, for him pay an extra $40-$70 over what he may pay a 1000 peso streetwalker, to have sex with a chica he may drool over, might be worth it.

      Originally Posted by Bq Ribs
      Probably stay in Boca unless you call jumping from casa to casa in Santo Domingo "jumping on". LOL.

      Unless you have transpo, speak fluent Spanish, know your way around the city you are pretty much stuck with visiting the casas. I know I will get heat on this statement coming from the fluent Spanish speakers and the ones who will drive a country mile for a piece of tail. If you are new to SD without a car you won't be doing much other than going to the casas.

      Sosua is the big puta party town of the DR.
      Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
    • Jaosousa
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      Originally Posted by Enricos
      Thanks for posting the pics again. Sorry for being a pain in butt. Man-o-man I miss DR already and just back to the USA a week.
      De Nada.

      As Archibald 'Harry' Tuttle said: "Listen, kid, we're all in it together".
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      • Jaosousa
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        Originally Posted by Flaco Loco
        I have been in contact with A2B for the last two weeks but they haven't gotten back to me. They sent me one message that they were having trouble getting in contact with their SDQ people? Can anyone recommend a driver or alternative? I don't want to get raked for a transfer.

        Thanks!
        Do a search in this thread for Apollo taxi. I believe Boricua Online calls Apollo before his arrival into SDQ and they have a driver waiting for him to take him into Santo Domingo, cost about 1000 pesos ($27US). You could also go to the second floor and go outside, where taxis drop off departing passengers and you may be able to get a better deal from a taxi driver who has just dropped off clients.

        I have the business card of taxi driver who drives a 1990 toyota corolla station wagon. He is usually parked near the hotel venezia on independencia. Guy named Fausto from San Cristobal. I don't know what he charges for airport pickups. I will find his card and get you his cell number.

        Mardonius used a taxi driver who helped him procure chicas, who probably does airport pickups, Mardonius I believe posted that guy's cell number before or send Mardonius a Private Message.

        A guy I know who works / worked in the Policia Nacional offered to drive me to the airport. I have been out drinking with him in local places, he usually carries a 9 millimeter pistol.
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      • Jaosousa
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        Originally Posted by Stebo419
        What days and nights Santo Domingo is jumping on. Me and wingman are tring to figure out which one we should go Santo Domingo or Boca Chica, or both. Which one is jumping the most on Fri and sat. We wil be down there This Friday for 4 nights.
        Friday and Saturday nights bars are allowed to stay open later. Some Dominicans exit Santo Domingo on the weekends to visit their beach homes or mountain homes. Koki has been in coppa discoteca on several Friday nights and reported that it was quiet. The attraction of Coppa for some Dominicans is that Coppa can stay open late after the other bars in Santo Domingo have to close earlier because of the law.

        I was in Coppa on a Monday night, St Valentines day and the place was packed. Coppa might get more crowded much later on a Friday or Saturday after the other bars have closed. Most casas are open 7 days a week. GBP last time I was there was closed on Sundays. Playboy Palace in zona colonial, from 2pm to 2am. Satin Dolls does not stay open very late, but usually the chicas hang out on the front porch, after the inside bar has closed and can be taken out. 305 stays open late. Casa de Modelos I was told has chicas available 24/7. Baby Dolls, I was told 24/7. The Mansion. 24/7. GBP closes around midnight or 11pm.

        I have been out late on every night of the week in Santo Domingo and there was always pay for play available. Selection and prices of chicas will vary depending the day of the week and the time of day but there is always available pussy.

        Streetwalkers can still be found at 4am.
        Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
      • Jaosousa
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        Originally Posted by Bq Ribs
        Probably stay in Boca unless you call jumping from casa to casa in Santo Domingo "jumping on". LOL.

        Unless you have transpo, speak fluent Spanish, know your way around the city you are pretty much stuck with visiting the casas. I know I will get heat on this statement coming from the fluent Spanish speakers and the ones who will drive a country mile for a piece of tail. If you are new to SD without a car you won't be doing much other than going to the casas.

        Sosua is the big puta party town of the DR.
        Boca Chica Beach usually gets packed Saturdays and Sundays during the day. I know some chicas from Club 305 visit boca chica beach on Saturdays and Sundays during the daytime and return to Santo Domingo at night.

        From what I have read from your prior posts, there is an abundance of Haitian chicas in Boca Chica at night.

        If it was me, I would skip Boca all together and spend the whole time in Santo Domingo. Some gems can be found in Boca Chica.
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      • Bq_Ribs
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        Originally Posted by Jaosousa
        .....................There are all kinds of mongers, all with different styles on how they like to monger, no shoe fits all......................
        My response was to Stebo's inquiry about Santo Domingo being a party jumping town. I just don't see Santo Domingo as a bar hopping party town. Sosua is the party, bar hopping town of the DR. I think a lot of guys don't realize Santo Domingo is not a place to be if you like partying from bar to bar with easily available chicas at the bars. Outside of the casas there is NO bar to just hang out and drink with free lance putas.
        Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
      • Bq_Ribs
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        Originally Posted by Jaosousa
        ...................If it was me, I would skip Boca all together and spend the whole time in Santo Domingo. Some gems can be found in Boca Chica.
        Say what? Why would you skip Boca if some gems can be found?
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      • Parkinsons
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        Just arrived

        Originally Posted by Jaosousa
        Claro has a phone shop on the second floor of the Santo Domingo airport, take the escalators to the second floor and turn to your right and you will see a glass walled Claro store. That Claro store also is a call center, where you can make international calls for a decent price. Inside there will be a chica sitting behind the counter. You may have to bite the bullet and withdraw cash from one of the three ATMs on the ground floor, so that you have Dominican pesos. The BanReservas ATM machine on the ground floor near the Bon Ice Cream shop gave me 35, one hundred pesos bills when I withdrew 3500 pesos, nice to have the small bills, most ATM machines will give you 1000 pesos or 500 pesos bills (many places have trouble giving you change for a 1000 pesos bill). The current exchange rate is about 37. 5 to one US dollar. Using the ATM machine will cost ten dollars per transaction. Inside the airport before you go through customs is a money exchange place, their exchange rate might be 34-35 pesos to one US dollar (if you use the airport exchange to change $100US you may receive 200-300 ($5-$8US) pesos less than what you should be getting but still better than $10 the ATM fee).

        I am not sure if you can pay with US dollars at the Claro shop in the airport, so maybe you need to have pesos.

        When at the Claro shop in the airport ask the chica for "un Chip" which is a Sim card. Have you passport ready, she will take you phone and open the battery cover and she will take your passport. A Chip (sim card) with some minutes will cost less than 500 ($13. 50) pesos at the airport. She will write your new Claro phone number on a card. You should test the phone before leaving the store to make sure everything works fine. If the phone works good, you should probably add some more minutes to the phone, I usually add 500 pesos and for you probably less (at the Claro stores they add minutes electronically using a computer) otherwise in the future you can add minutes by buying Claro cards or using online services from your computer like etopuponline or ezetop.

        To be continued, I need to move snow.
        Just checked into my hotel, I'm killing some time after freshening up and before dinner.

        Went to the Claro store right after getting off the plane, they accept American dollars but will use some crazy exchange rate.

        I asked for a 200-minute SIM card (I have to check back frequently with work in the US) , at 6peso / min, the girl told me the total is $40. I'm not a math major but 1200 pesos do not equal $40! She said that's their exchange rate. So I walked over to the exchange desk right next to them, they have the best exchange rate at the airport: $1 for 36. 40 pesos. Other exchange desk will only give between 32 to 33 pesos.

        I also ended up having to purchase to a cheap phone (600 pesos). The T-mobile Blackberry I brought along from the US did not take to the Claro SIM card.

        Will report on any action later.
        Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
      • Bq_Ribs
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        Originally Posted by Stebo419
        What days and nights Santo Domingo is jumping on. Me and wingman are tring to figure out which one we should go Santo Domingo or Boca Chica, or both. Which one is jumping the most on Fri and sat. We wil be down there This Friday for 4 nights.
        However you decide to spend your time don't forget this Sunday March 6 is Carnaval in Santo Domingo. I am in SD now so if you need more info on Carnaval send me a PM.
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      • Jaosousa
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        Originally Posted by Bq Ribs
        Say what? Why would you skip Boca if some gems can be found?
        I am sure some time in history someone has accidentally thrown into their garbage a diamond ring or other precious item. That diamond ring wound up in some garbage dump. If I wanted to spend my days at the garbage dump, I probably could come across some valuable items.

        Boca Chica has a reef about 100 feet off the coastline that blocks most waves. To me the water at boca chica appears stagnant. Add to that the numerous kids and other people who are urinating in the water, makes entering the water not so desirable.

        Last time I was on Duarte (main street in boca) in the daytime there were empty, vacant stores. I was a little worried about the rental car when I visited the beach. I sat at boca chica beach and drank beer and that place had a locked bathroom which was opened for me, that bathroom had an awful smell.

        One time on duarte late at night, some old skinny drug addict lady tried to stab me with a knife, when I refused to give her some money. On another night as I was walking on duarte with a wingman, we walked by some bar that had no customers and there were 5 chicas who worked there, standing outside who tried to lure us into the bar, we kept walking and those chicas yelled insults at us.

        If I want the beach, I can drive an extra 15 minutes and go to Juan Dolio and park my car alongside the beach, where I can keep an eye on it. Playa Juan Dolio has waves and the water doesn't appear stagnant.

        When I want to find gems, I'll go to Santo Domingo or some other town / city.

        I asked a friend in the police in santo domingo why hasn't boca chica been cleaned up yet and he said there is too much corruption in boca chica. The thread with the most ripoff, horror stories is the boca chica thread.

        I am not going to tell anyone how to monger, I offer my opinions and my past experiences. Guys will continue to go to boca chica and some will enjoy themselves there and some may get lucky and find some gems in boca chica. I have no desire to spend any time in boca, for me there are better places to hunt for gems.
        Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
      • Jaosousa
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        Originally Posted by Bq Ribs
        My response was to Stebo's inquiry about Santo Domingo being a party jumping town. I just don't see Santo Domingo as a bar hopping party town. Sosua is the party, bar hopping town of the DR. I think a lot of guys don't realize Santo Domingo is not a place to be if you like partying from bar to bar with easily available chicas at the bars. Outside of the casas there is NO bar to just hang out and drink with free lance putas.
        Sosua has Classicos which gets going around midnight. Classicos can get crowded, wall to wall people, where you get pushed and shoved by both chicas and other male tourists, as they walk around the place. The hotter looking chicas in Classicos will probably ask for 2500 pesos or more. Classicos can almost be described as an over crowded casa with bad air conditioning. Sosua also has D'Latinos (chicas tried to pickpocket me here) , Rhumba and El Flow. Lots of pros in Sosua. From what I read, not much daytime action in Sosua and if you want to get your groove on at 5am in Sosua there will be slim pickings at that hour. A young good looking guy with game, will find very few non-pro type chicas in Sosua.

        Contrast that with Santo Domingo. GBP two chica special special costs 1500 pesos, GBP opens in the afternoon. Club MC and Pink Pony have advertised prices starting at 1000 pesos. There are still 1000 pesos streetwalkers to be found till 4am. A guy can drink at coppa or mint discos and see non-pro type chicas and pro chicas. If a guy visits baby dolls or casa modelos or the mansion and sees some chica he likes and gets her name, he could possibly call that casa at 5am and request that chica. There are numerous bars and discos in santo domingo that have "non-pro" type chicas where a young good looking guy can possibly hook up for free.

        Casa chicas in Santo Domingo can be taken out starting at 2500 pesos. None of the Santo Domingo casas that I have been in has ever been crowded with other male mongers. In a Santo Domingo casa I can drink in a nice air-conditioned uncrowded environment and check out the chicas without having my body bumped into many times a night by some other male mongers.

        In Sosua a monger can hop from classicos to rhumba to D'Latinos, generally only late at night. In Santo Domingo starting in the afternoon a monger con hop from about ten different casas and continue into the night and visit bars with sexy waitresses and bars with well of Dominicans and discos that have non-pro and pro chicas.
        Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
      • Flaco_Loco
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        Manana

        Thanks for all the info fellas. I am off to SDQ tomorrow but just for the weekend. I will only be able to see some of the festivities on Sunday before my flight. I will submit a detailed report upon my return.
        Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
      • Jaosousa
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        Originally Posted by Bq Ribs
        and the ones who will drive a country mile for a piece of tail.
        How about the guys who take a 3 1/2 hour airplane ride that costs $300-$500 for a piece of Dominican tail? Maybe you believe all tail is the same. Some mongers who never travel out of the US would say why spend all that money on airfare, hotels, rental car etc, to travel to DR, they would say tail is tail, there all the same. Most American cities have tail that can be bought for less than $100US.

        I guess if Beyonce offered her pussy for $100 and she was a 2 hour drive away and you had another offer from Whoopi Goldberg for $30 and she was a 5 minute drive away, seems you wouldn't want to "drive a country mile" to meet Beyonce's tail, but might drive those 5 minutes to be with Whoopi, LOL.
        Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
      • Flaco_Loco
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        Apollo Taxi

        I just searched the thread for the number: 809-537-0000. I called and was quoted 1, 000 pesos, much better. I hate over paying for shit just because I'm not a local. I only recommend this route if you spanish skills are good. Mine are good at times (after a few beers) and it was still a bit difficult.
        Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
      • Parkinsons
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        First night report- Juan Dolio

        Originally Posted by Jaosousa
        Across the street from the Capella entrance is a gift store where the owner exchanges money, you can also buy phone cards there for claro or orange. Usually motoconcho guys waiting near that gift shop. If you walk to your right when exiting the Capella you will see the Hemingway condominium building and if you continue to walk on that road you will see a few small plazas, with pharmacies and restaurants. I ate at a nice restaurant there one night. Mostly well off Dominicans will be in those restaurants on the weekend.
        So, after dinner, about 7:30pm, I walked across the street from the Hotel Barcelo Capella Resort to the said store to exchange some money. They offered 36. 50 pesos to $1, which is slightly better than the hotel's rate of 35. 80pesos/$1.

        I was thinking about using some of those pesos to hire a motorconcho to go to Caprichios or El Caucho. As soon as I walked out and took a few steps, I heard a female voice saying hola to me. I didn't stop, only turned around to say Hi to this lone chica hanging outside of the store. Then she whistled at me again. So this cat and mouse game lasted a bit then I stopped so she could catch up to me. She told me her name was Miguelita. Under the dim street light I could see her pretty face and tight body. So we negotiated 1500 pesos for a "complete massage." Since Capella charges money to bring chicas in, she told us we had to use a cabana nearby, which also meant I had to pay for cab fare. The cabana is called Plaza Quisqueya, probably 2 miles or so west on the Boulevard. Paid 450 pesos to the management in exchange for use of a room, two towels and condoms.

        Miguelita first gave me a detailed back massage. Really just a dry rub and not a very good one at that. After the flip she did take her time kissing me all over. BBBJ started out slow and sensual, then strong and fast. Miguelita has a good sense of rhythm! Then CG, then mish, and I'm done for.

        Total damage: 1600 pesos for her service (gave her an extra 100 for fotos).450 pesos for the cabana, and 600 pesos for the round-trip cab fare. I don't have a problem with the 1600 pesos, Miguelita did her thing and she is a pleasant girl. However, after the add-ons the total became 2650 pesos = $73, pretty much the same as a "short visit" with a Backpage girl back home in the States. Being my first night, I'll give that a pass. Not so the rest of my trip, I didn't come to the DR to pay USA prices.

        An hour later I walked back across to the store to get a few small items. This time it had gotten busy! Now there were about 4 or 5 girls. Miguelita was still there; there was a girl with a giant ass wearing denim shorts; a tall girl with a really pretty face, and a couple of other 6's. The girls were really vocal now and trying to chat me up. I told them manana, and thought to myself, these chicks are hot! But I need to spend less than $70 total for a pop! Where can I cut the costs? Obviously I need to talk down the fare with the cab driver.

        I will post photos after leaving town. The hotel wifi is painfully slow.
        Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
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        Originally Posted by Stebo419
        What days and nights Santo Domingo is jumping on. Me and wingman are tring to figure out which one we should go Santo Domingo or Boca Chica, or both. Which one is jumping the most on Fri and sat. We wil be down there This Friday for 4 nights.
        Santo Domingo is city with a population of over 2, 000, 000 + habitants with lot of clubs, discos, casas, bars, across the city. Boca Chica is a beach town with a couple of streets with bars, hotels, restaurants etc. Locals visit the beach on weekends so Boca will be nice on Saturday-Sunday. Santo Domingo is jumping on Friday, Saturday, Sunday being Saturday the best day. Santo Domingo is not Gazcue and zona colonial only, Santo Domingo has clubs on Venezuela and San Vicente Avenue, across the miles of Independencia ave, on Lincoln Ave. 27 de Febrero Avenue, Winston Churchill Ave, Roberto Pastoriza Ave. And a lot other places.

        I had a great time on Avenida Venezuela ave. Visiting near a dozen clubs on one night, walking from club to club. You can easily meet a local on most places. I recomend you to stay on the city this time because Sunday is Carnival Day on the city. You can pay a visit to Boca Saturday morning for a beach day or Friday night to sense its nightlife.
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