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  1. #28904
    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    It's not hard to see why you had a good time!
    I agree. The guy has the right attitude. If you go to Sosua looking for confrontation and defects that is what you will find. If you go with an open mind and treat people with respect you can have a really good time.

    I hope he follows through with his intention to learn Creole. (Don't waste time with French unless you will use it elsewhere as well). Creole is not hard (it has a small vocabulary and is written exactly as spoken, and just a few phrases are a great ice-breaker with Haitians.

  2. #28903
    Quote Originally Posted by Tablefall  [View Original Post]
    Treat people well because they never forget you.
    It's not hard to see why you had a good time!

  3. #28902
    Quote Originally Posted by OldKool  [View Original Post]
    Depending on the hour you arrive I would preferr to go to SD and not Boca Chica. The bus stations are in the heart of SD. Get a hotel on El Conde and chill. There are SWs if you are in the mood. I ususally meet one of my Cupid girls. We go to the movies, malls and casinos in SD. It is a great way to start my trips. The sex with girls set up is always excellent.
    The choice of area is always a debate. I agree with Parkinson and Frannie unless you know the capital is hard maneuvering. Go to BC the hotels are cheap and you can get around without a 🚗 and knowing Spanish. The piano bar is all you need for starters. It's easy to locate in a very simple operation for P4 P.

  4. #28901

    2017 Sosua Update.

    Made it to the last week in September with the last 2 hurricanes gone by. It's still low season. They are beginning to cement the street on the Burbon street restaurant side. Rumba was my favorite bar in all my visits to Sosua. No more Rumba bar. I do not like City Lights or Classico. The renovated Casa Valeria hotel looks fabulous. Went to check out the chicas on the street. At first, it scared the hell out of me because I'm comparing it to previous visits. This trip also seem like the Haitians have outnumber the Dominicans by a large amount. My pick ups was just walking along and standing outside the side bars or restaurants. I let the action come to me and carefully picked out who I wanted to take back to my hotel. On this trip I did not have one Dominican. All Haitians only. Chica's still want me to take them when they know I have no more leech left.

    Still love the sun, shade and good fresh food. Wow! No matter how Sosua changes I manage to have a very good time. It's just amazing! I can only get away once a year. Always new faces and the old timers always remember me. Treat people well because they never forget you. Now I think I need to learn a little bit of French or Creole. It's all good!

  5. #28900

    New Garden

    I make my reservations with Miguelina directly. info.newgarden@gmail.com.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gagoo  [View Original Post]
    I might be there at that time. I have stayed there a few times before, but I used to just book them with an email, which is very slow and sometimes no reply. Are you guys just booking them on something like Booking.com? Or supposedly there are some cash and member discounts. How do you guys reserve through them. I see they still have a crappy webpage.

  6. #28899

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  7. #28898

    Trip

    Quote Originally Posted by Mongerer69  [View Original Post]
    I will be staying at New Garden Nov 1 thru 5 with 5 friends. New Garden is a good option in a good location. PM me if our schedules match.
    I'll be making a trip down on Oct. 26-31,will stay there myself.

  8. #28897

    Travel Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by PuntingGeorge  [View Original Post]
    I'm posting in the Sosua forum because that is where I plan to spend most of my time, but this might need to be in the Santo Domingo thread.
    Thanks all for the advice. My faith in this forum is somewhat restored, although it would still be nice to see less bickering and less of "if you don't do it the way I do it you're doing it wrong".

    Thanks to the various posts and PM's, I now have a plan I'm comfortable with. Look out for a trip report.

  9. #28896

    New Garden

    Quote Originally Posted by Mongerer69  [View Original Post]
    I will be staying at New Garden Nov 1 thru 5 with 5 friends. New Garden is a good option in a good location. PM me if our schedules match.
    I might be there at that time. I have stayed there a few times before, but I used to just book them with an email, which is very slow and sometimes no reply. Are you guys just booking them on something like Booking.com? Or supposedly there are some cash and member discounts. How do you guys reserve through them. I see they still have a crappy webpage.

  10. #28895

    I fly into SD and then go to Sosua

    Depending on the hour you arrive I would preferr to go to SD and not Boca Chica. The bus stations are in the heart of SD. Get a hotel on El Conde and chill. There are SWs if you are in the mood. I ususally meet one of my Cupid girls. We go to the movies, malls and casinos in SD. It is a great way to start my trips. The sex with girls set up is always excellent.

    Quote Originally Posted by Parkinsons  [View Original Post]
    Like Frannie said, spend the night near the airport in Boca Chica where there are ample cheap hotels and where you can get some action. It's probably too much work for you, without a car, to have fun that late and only stopping through SD.

    There's a Claro store on the ground level of the airport as soon as you get through customs and baggage to the unrestricted area, on your right. Not sure if they'll still be open when you arrive though.

  11. #28894

    New Garden

    I will be staying at New Garden Nov 1 thru 5 with 5 friends. New Garden is a good option in a good location. PM me if our schedules match.

    Quote Originally Posted by PuntingGeorge  [View Original Post]
    I'm posting in the Sosua forum because that is where I plan to spend most of my time, but this might need to be in the Santo Domingo thread.

    Planning a trip for first week of November. Best flight lands in Santo Domingo late evening, too late to catch a bus to Sosua, so will need to spend the night near SD and catch a bus in the morning. How far is the bus stop from the airport? The Caribe Tours website lists their office as "Caribe Tours, Esq. Leopoldo Navarro, Av. 27 de Febrero". Is that where I actually catch the bus? I read a post about someone paying $25 for a taxi. I know there is Uber there, but I've checked the app a couple of times and there doesn't seem to be cars available.

    Should I spend the night near the hotel or the bus stop, or indeed somewhere else? From what I read on the SD thread, the P4 P scene there isn't great. I have some girls I've been chatting to online, but always weary about relying on Dominican girls, especially when I'm only there for 1 night.

    Am I correct in saying Metro is a little more expensive but quicker than Caribe? Do they both stop in Sosua? The website lists "Caribe Tours, Aut. Pto Plata-Sosua esquina, Sosa". Is that where the bus actually stops? If so, it's only a 4 minute drive to Dr Rosen, but I'll have a case, so can't take a motoconcho. Will there be passing taxis?

    Last time I stayed at Sosua Sunrise, which I understand has since closed for refurbishment. What's my next best option? Do I need to book in advance for early November, or just show up and there'll be rooms available? I remember someone saying rooms are cheaper at reception than they are online.

    Is early November a good time for Sosua? Weather says warm but lots of thunderstorms. Sounds similar to what I had at the end of December last year. Didn't bother me too much, I had plenty of shorts and t-shirts for when I got caught in the rain but there weren't many girls out in the streets, although that probably had a lot to do with being Christmas / new year.

    Is there a shop in SD airport which sells pre pay sim cards? Otherwise, is there public wifi? My cell phone plan doesn't cover the DR. I bought an Orange sim last time, but I suspect it will have expired at some point over the last 10 months. I will need data at the airport and overnight, and shops in town will no doubt have closed by the time I land.

    Thanks in advance for any useful advice. This will be my second trip to the DR. I'm very excited and will of course leave you all a detailed report.

    P.S. If you're around then, please PM me. I'm coming on my own, so would be nice to have a wingman.

  12. #28893
    Thanks Frannie and Parkinsons. Nice to know that there are people on this forum who still want to help fellow mongers, instead of just having pissing matches.

  13. #28892
    Quote Originally Posted by PuntingGeorge  [View Original Post]

    Planning a trip for first week of November. Best flight lands in Santo Domingo late evening, too late to catch a bus to Sosua, so will need to spend the night near SD and catch a bus in the morning. How far is the bus stop from the airport? The Caribe Tours website lists their office as "Caribe Tours, Esq. Leopoldo Navarro, Av. 27 de Febrero". Is that where I actually catch the bus? I read a post about someone paying $25 for a taxi. I know there is Uber there, but I've checked the app a couple of times and there doesn't seem to be cars available.

    Should I spend the night near the hotel or the bus stop, or indeed somewhere else?
    Is there a shop in SD airport which sells pre pay sim cards? Otherwise, is there public wifi? My cell phone plan doesn't cover the DR. I bought an Orange sim last time, but I suspect it will have expired at some point over the last 10 months. I will need data at the airport and overnight, and shops in town will no doubt have closed by the time I land.
    Like Frannie said, spend the night near the airport in Boca Chica where there are ample cheap hotels and where you can get some action. It's probably too much work for you, without a car, to have fun that late and only stopping through SD.

    There's a Claro store on the ground level of the airport as soon as you get through customs and baggage to the unrestricted area, on your right. Not sure if they'll still be open when you arrive though.
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  14. #28891

    Thanksgiving in Sosua

    Quote Originally Posted by FredA1212  [View Original Post]
    How is mongering during Thanksgiving in Sosua?
    They don't work on Thanksgiving. They go home with their families to have a big turkey dinner. Anyways. The only real problem in mongering is with out of country girls near Christmas time, but only girls from a country that cares about Christmas. The working girls in Sosua won't give a damn about Thanksgiving, and there might actually be more girls trying to save up money for Christmas shopping.

  15. #28890
    Quote Originally Posted by PuntingGeorge  [View Original Post]
    I'm posting in the Sosua forum because that is where I plan to spend most of my time, but this might need to be in the Santo Domingo thread.

    Planning a trip for first week of November. Best flight lands in Santo Domingo late evening, too late to catch a bus to Sosua, so will need to spend the night near SD and catch a bus in the morning. How far is the bus stop from the airport? The Caribe Tours website lists their office as "Caribe Tours, Esq. Leopoldo Navarro, Av. 27 de Febrero". Is that where I actually catch the bus? I read a post about someone paying $25 for a taxi. I know there is Uber there, but I've checked the app a couple of times and there doesn't seem to be cars available.

    Should I spend the night near the hotel or the bus stop, or indeed somewhere else? From what I read on the SD thread, the P4 P scene there isn't great. I have some girls I've been chatting to online, but always weary about relying on Dominican girls, especially when I'm only there for 1 night.

    Am I correct in saying Metro is a little more expensive but quicker than Caribe? Do they both stop in Sosua? The website lists "Caribe Tours, Aut. Pto Plata-Sosua esquina, Sosa". Is that where the bus actually stops? If so, it's only a 4 minute drive to Dr Rosen, but I'll have a case, so can't take a motoconcho. Will there be passing taxis?

    Last time I stayed at Sosua Sunrise, which I understand has since closed for refurbishment. What's my next best option? Do I need to book in advance for early November, or just show up and there'll be rooms available? I remember someone saying rooms are cheaper at reception than they are online.

    Is early November a good time for Sosua? Weather says warm but lots of thunderstorms. Sounds similar to what I had at the end of December last year. Didn't bother me too much, I had plenty of shorts and t-shirts for when I got caught in the rain but there weren't many girls out in the streets, although that probably had a lot to do with being Christmas / new year.

    Is there a shop in SD airport which sells pre pay sim cards? Otherwise, is there public wifi? My cell phone plan doesn't cover the DR. I bought an Orange sim last time, but I suspect it will have expired at some point over the last 10 months. I will need data at the airport and overnight, and shops in town will no doubt have closed by the time I land.

    Thanks in advance for any useful advice. This will be my second trip to the DR. I'm very excited and will of course leave you all a detailed report.

    P.S. If you're around then, please PM me. I'm coming on my own, so would be nice to have a wingman.
    If you are landing in Santo Domingo late at night, you can get a taxi to Boca Chica which is 5 miles in the other direction from Santo Domingo and has lots of cheap hotels. After a leisurely breakfast on the beach in Boca Chica, you can get the bus for a nominal sum to Santo Domingo and then a local taxi from the bus terminal to the Caribe Tours or Metro terminal. I think Caribe tours has the more comfortable seats. Caribe Tours stops at Charamicos which is at the far end of Sosua beach, but you can get local taxi or mototaxi from there to your hotel for a nominal sum. People in Boca Chica will tell you where to get the bus and their cousin or brother-in-law will probably offer to drive you all the way to Sosua for about $200 at 90 mph on the back roads.

    Metrobus and Caribe Tours both go about the same speed (too fast for safety), but if you can get a Caribe bus that is the express that uses the Santiago bypass to go directly to Puerto Plata without making the agonizingly slow crossing of Santiago and its two bus stations, then you could save a bit of time on the journey. You can look up the schedule on their Web site. Just tell the taxi to take you to Caribe Tours, they will not know the actual address as they will be illiterate, but they will know where it is, so don't confuse them. And he will probably offer to drive you all the way to Sosua for about $200 at 90 mph on the back roads.

    You probably cannot get prepaid SIM cards in the Santo Domingo airport, especially not late at night, but you will probably find a Claro or Orange shop in Boca Chica, or you can ask a motoconcho to take you to one, and their cousin or brother-in-law will probably offer to drive you all the way to Sosua for about $200 at 90 mph on the back roads.

    The weather is OK in Sosua in November, not too hot and not too cold. It is futile to predict whether it will rain, it might.

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