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  1. #28755

    Sosua Newbie

    Greetings fellow Hunters!

    Will be in this so called paradise AUG 24-29. Hunted in Tijuana, Del Rey, Vento and Habanos. Don't do spinners looking for the big butts heard Dominican women have the biggest. Any Rec? Staying at NG. Do you think they will show the McGregor vs Mayweather fight somewhere in Sosua?

  2. #28754
    This Monday kick the chica out after a good sleep and head for a quiet beach to view an eclipse, maximum is at 3:26 pm https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/...8?iso=20170821.

  3. #28753
    Quote Originally Posted by WarmGun  [View Original Post]
    Yes, I got 35.9RD to 1 CAD. Bank rate was 33.2RD.
    35.9238 is a Scotia Bank Dom Rep exchange rate for CAD cash purchases for August 14,2017 I prefer pussy topics to banking ones myself, but inevitably money comes into play. The best rate in my view now is CAD to USD exchange at home through a foreign exchange broker, and then USD cash into DOP in Dom Rep. Basically, it saves 2% over DOP withdrawal at the ATM billing CAD account, but for a trip it's not much difference, just preference for safety and / or convenience given all other factors equal.

  4. #28752
    Quote Originally Posted by BrohamaJohn  [View Original Post]
    Alright I'm sold. I'm going to make DR Sosua my next trip.
    Point and click paradise! LOL.

  5. #28751
    Quote Originally Posted by Manizales911  [View Original Post]
    No there isn't.
    Thanks for correcting me. I was thinking of Caribe Express, a place I visited in early August and it is more convenient compared to going all the way to Charamico.

  6. #28750
    Quote Originally Posted by Questner  [View Original Post]
    Thank you, I am planning to check it out soon. As for now, I know of only two nearest branches, one in Pto Pta, and the second in Cabarete.

    Did you get a better cash exchange rate at that exchange comparing to a local bank?
    Yes, I got 35.9RD to 1 CAD. Bank rate was 33.2RD.

  7. #28749
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    There is a Western Union branch at the Super Pola location
    No there isn't.

  8. #28748

    What a story

    Alright I'm sold. I'm going to make DR Sosua my next trip.

    Quote Originally Posted by WarmGun  [View Original Post]
    Hola hermanos,

    Was in Sosua at the beginning of August, 1 week.

    The weather was hellish, crazy heat wave; I could only stay outside early in the morning and at night. Apart from that, I had an amazing time there.

    This was my first time in the DR, so didn't really know what to expect, since the reviews here are mixed.

    Want to thank all members that are posting here. Price reference, hotel locations, their previous experience info was really awesome!

    Day 1.

    I hate flying and airports, 10 hour flight from and American W coast, so was a little tired. I stayed by the pool, had a few beers and chatted with my facebook contacts. I prefer semi-pros so facebook is a good place to find them. It was during the work weeks, so they were all working, couldn't come over. Went shopping to Super Pola, close to Antonio Havier and H 5. Store is awesome, good prices and clean, fresh produce. There is also a good pharmacy and Scotiabank at same location. Grabbed some food and cervezas, (girls like Presidente).

    On my way back from the store, a cute petite started talking to me. I told her no espaniol, since my Spanish is limited and I was carrying all my groceries, sweating like a pig, so no good time to chat..

  9. #28747
    Quote Originally Posted by Quagmire1974  [View Original Post]
    Just FYI, you can also exchange currency at the Western Union office, which is located across the street from the Supermercado Playero.
    There is a Western Union branch at the Super Pola location but as far as I am concerned, the other one in Sosua center (as mentioned by you) is equally good as the super pola is at some distance for most without a vehicle. The Western Union and Caribe Express (Which is far. In Charamico) gives the best rates, any day.

  10. #28746
    Quote Originally Posted by WarmGun  [View Original Post]
    I saw the Scotiabank bank sign on the Super Pola building. So the bank or ATM must be inside the store or somewhere close to it. Not sure tho. I never used a bank in DR.

    If you need to exchange currency, I would strongly advise you to use an exchange office there. You get much better rates than banks in US or can or the local banks.

    Just need to do a bit of shopping around for best rate.

    Stay away from the airport exchange office, they're thieves.
    Unless it is brand new there is no Scotiabank in Super Pola, there are three ATM's in the Super Pola building one is Scotiabank, one is Banco Popular and the other is Banco Leon, the Scotiabank ATM is almost always out of order or out of money. The ATM's are to the right of the entrance to the store, not actually in the store.

  11. #28745
    Quote Originally Posted by Questner  [View Original Post]
    Did you get a better cash exchange rate at that exchange comparing to a local bank?
    Just FYI, you can also exchange currency at the Western Union office, which is located across the street from the Supermercado Playero.

  12. #28744
    Quote Originally Posted by WarmGun  [View Original Post]
    I saw the Scotiabank bank sign on the Super Pola building. So the bank or ATM must be inside the store or somewhere close to it. Not sure tho. I never used a bank in DR.

    If you need to exchange currency, I would strongly advise you to use an exchange office there. You get much better rates than banks in US or can or the local banks.

    Just need to do a bit of shopping around for best rate.

    Stay away from the airport exchange office, they're thieves.
    Thank you, I am planning to check it out soon. As for now, I know of only two nearest branches, one in Pto Pta, and the second in Cabarete.

    Did you get a better cash exchange rate at that exchange comparing to a local bank?

  13. #28743

    Scotiabank

    Quote Originally Posted by Questner  [View Original Post]
    From Warm Gun's report "Went shopping to Super Pola, close to Antonio Havier and H 5. Store is awesome, good prices and clean, fresh produce. There is also a good pharmacy and Scotiabank at same location. Grabbed some food and cervezas, (girls like Presidente)" So, is there a Scotiabank at Super Pola?
    I saw the Scotiabank bank sign on the Super Pola building. So the bank or ATM must be inside the store or somewhere close to it. Not sure tho. I never used a bank in DR.

    If you need to exchange currency, I would strongly advise you to use an exchange office there. You get much better rates than banks in US or can or the local banks.

    Just need to do a bit of shopping around for best rate.

    Stay away from the airport exchange office, they're thieves.

  14. #28742
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    "Eres Bella" or "Eres hermosa" even though "eres guapa" would work. I am speculating here but I think the auxiliary verb "ser" or "estar" creates the difference in meaning.
    I think you are right! Estas refers to a temporary state of being, such as a change of mood, or permanency only if you are saying where a business is located or giving a location. Eres refers to something permanent that is part of the nature of something. So "eres dominicana?" is OK, but "estas dominicana?" would always be wrong. (Ignore lack of Spanish punctuation for the question, but note that words like dominicana are not capitalized in Spanish.) So guapa meaning angry would always be associated with forms of the verb "estar" not "ser", but guapa meaning beautiful would be associated with the auxiliary verb "ser".

    Anyway, for practical purposes I would not worry about it. You can just say "tu guapa" and they will probably get your gist.

  15. #28741
    From Warm Gun's report "Went shopping to Super Pola, close to Antonio Havier and H 5. Store is awesome, good prices and clean, fresh produce. There is also a good pharmacy and Scotiabank at same location. Grabbed some food and cervezas, (girls like Presidente)" So, is there a Scotiabank at Super Pola?

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