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  1. #13260
    Quote Originally Posted by RobbyBurns  [View Original Post]
    Is there an issue with an Uber driver picking you up at the airport. Taxi driver resentment? Where do you tell the Uber driver to pick you up? Should I get in the front seat, so the taxistas won't know it is an Uber driver?

    One other transportation question: Are there any busses from the airport directly up to Santiago, or do I have to go all the way into downtown SD to get a bus? I see that there is a bus station in Santo Domingo Este, but it is probably too risky for a gringo to use that station--right?
    Have taken uber from airport a few times. Never a problem. In the past some of the taxi mafia would DL the app and look to see where the uber drivers were parked and waiting. Then a few would go over and beat the driver up. The app had hanged and would not show any locations until you actually ordered a ride. That way only people with CC info and personal data on file would know location of an uber vehicle.

    I think the drivers may have asked me to head upstairs to arrivals area so the taxi mafia would not see them. I doubt even the taxi mob would be brazen enough to start a beating in public at airport.

  2. #13259

    Live at the Colmado

    Friday afternoon, I got confused about exchange rates at the ATM and withdrew too much money to be holding given that I had less than 24 hours left before I needed to fly back. Maybe I'm getting senile or just confused from visiting 4 foreign countries with 4 different currencies in a 15 month period. I had enough pesos to monger on. But, after my visit to Boca Chica my back was aching from overuse and I felt like I was properly fucked enough. Time to be the tourist.

    Wandered around Zona Colonial around dusk and generally checking out the scene. Avoided El Conde because I got predictable attempts by hustlers, (nothing like Boca Chica though) when I passed through there. It began to rain and I heard somebody singing very well, and thought it was a live meringue band. Turns out it was canned music coming from a Colmado on the corner of Santome and Calle Mercedes. Since it was raining I popped inside and saw it was just karaoke and the place was full of locals. But, the older guy singing karaoke was really good. I sat at the bar and ordered a beer. Some curious glances from the locals, but they didn't bother me. I looked around and saw some cute, younger gals just sitting around in plastic lawn chairs, eating something and some other couples taking it in. In walks a statuesque gal wearing a scant outfit that just screamed "HO". I think you guys know what I mean She was joined by another, darker girl who was less obvious and rather young. That one was licking a heart shaped lollipop, that was either a leftover from Valentine's Day or maybe a genuine accessory. She one glared at me while she tongued the lollipop. I wanted to inquire, but I got invited by the proprietor to sing a song. I declined but he insisted I sing something in English. I agreed to a few songs in my vocal range: "Spooky", "Heroes", "Love Is The Drug". I was surprised at the response. Dominicans were introducing themselves to me and asking me to sing more songs. I ended up drinking 3 or 4 more beers. I don't like karaoke but it is an ice breaker.

    I was approached by a few old crones who wanted me to buy them a beer or take them back to my hotel, but I declined. I was thinking of approaching the girls with the "Ho" outfits to see what they could offer. But, in walks a petite, bleach blonde "rubia" wearing a revealing top that showed off her tanlines. Actually, she was just white and red. This was a white Latina with dark roots visible at her scalp. She went straight up to me and introduced herself (I already forgot her name). I motioned towards the back where it was quieter and she was straight to business. She spoke decent English, and asked the usual questions. "Where are you staying? Want to take me to your room?" I declined because I think the "boutique hotel" I was in was not the "guest friendly" type. Straight to the point. I said we should leave to her place and we were gone with her firmly holding my hand as we went down the street to what I though would be her place. I pitched the price question. "2 mil" she said. I told her a girl in Boca Chica came to my room for 1 mil. She replied that girls in Boca Chica are drug addicts (and girls that pick up strange foreign men in a Colmado are really clean "nice girls") But, that set the tone for the evening. She was not a prostitute, she said. The second time I heard that on my trip. I agreed to her excessive price, because I had withdrawn too much money and knew I would get f*cked again at the Cambio changing it back to USD. So, why not spend it? She said she could take us to a hotel where we could get a room. It was actually a worthwhile jaunt, and worth the premium paid, because little Miss Rubia gave me a quick but crucial tour. We made small talk and she mentioned something about me becoming her boyfriend.

    We passed Conde and onto Calle Arbispo Nouel, and headed towards Parque Independencia. We passed a few clubs where there was a crowd of black males hanging out outside. Ms. Rubia informed me these were clubs for gay men and the guys hanging around outside were waiting on gay customers. Okay. I now know a few clubs to avoid. On the south side of the park, there were a number of good looking, much girls hanging around and sizing us up. Already, I knew there were better catches to be had, but I was getting a good tour. Ms. Rubia said she lived far away, but pointed out there were many hotels in this area where we could go to. I said I wanted some bottled water, and she turned us around and said, I know a hotel where they have that. We passed some more WGs outside the park and she led me through an unmarked doorway on Calle Palo Hincado just opposite the archway where the soldiers guard the entrance to the park during daytime. We went up a flight of stairs and there was a hotel. There was even a menu with beverages, including bottled water on the wall. There was also the option of a six-pack, bottle of rum, etc. The price posted on the wall was $350 DOP for two hours and $25 USD for a night. I paid for the room and the bottle of Dasani I needed and the big black guy behind the counter took us to the closest room.

    The room was exactly like I imagined a cheap room in a ST Latin American hotel. Very sparse with an old CRT TV on the wall, showing a low-rez porn movie and a packaged condom on the nightstand. The bathroom looked like a retrofit setup, but it worked. Miss Rubia undressed while I took a peepee and she broke previous Dominicana precedent by not showering but hurrying to business. She had a bit more flesh than I liked, but her tanlines were those of a one-piece swimsuit. I asked if she just went to the "playa", and she said she worked at "La Piscina". Hmmm. I guess La Piscina doesn't pay enough to support her and her kid.

    Boyfriend talk aside, Rubia was definitely a hard-core type who took the Kimono condom I gave her, and had me covered, pronto (I had to assure her that these were the Acura of condoms). She started a covered BJ, the first covered BJ I experienced on the trip. Less than five minutes in the room, and she jumped on top and trying to coax me into coming with that "Leche Papi" I was warned of. Silly girl. Just like those Colombianas. Doesn't realize I cannot cum when I am on the bottom and is about to wear herself out. Getting no results, she reverses herself and here is where it was worth it. The view of her milky ass bobbing up and down. Still no results and she gets off, looking a bit tired and a bit concerned that I am not getting off so quickly. She said she lives far away and needs to go home to her kid very soon. I flipped her on her back, pushed her legs back and give her a good, pounding that is clearly causing her some well-deserved discomfort. It took a while but when I finally blow my load and climb off, she is visibly relieved it is finally over. I hand her the condom to dispose of, and taking a look at the ample sperm collection at the end of the condom, she says "Aiii! That's a lot of babies!" Funniest thing I heard in weeks.

  3. #13258

    No problems

    Mr. Prtyr2,

    Ignoring your failed attempt at depreciating humor for now.

    Quote Originally Posted by AussieStiffler  [View Original Post]
    I'll be here for another week or so. If anyone has any advice I would gladly appreciate it. Thanks.
    I was not addressing you at all Mr. Prtyr2 (Fact). I was letting Mr. AussieStiffler know that you are the self reported expert on Piano Bars in Santo Domingo having made reference to that in a previous post (Fact). Some would call that giving another person props. You took offense to it. That's your problem my man not mine. My Boca Chica comment was a response to Mr. Request for additional suggestions for locations and activities during his trip (Fact).

    Quote Originally Posted by Prtyr2  [View Original Post]
    Have no clue what the boca comment is about. Never mongered there. Love it in daytime, not so much at night.
    Now, I'm not sure why you didn't understand that. In my opinion, it is because of your continued focus on form over substance. Your continued desire to make a point instead of adding anything substantive to the conversation. Or that your belief that living here "on and off for 20 years" makes you the expert on anything and everything Dominican.

    Far from having anything going on like your girly man shit. I hope you can finally begin to understand that I prefer to stay focused on the facts. I prefer to add information when posting instead of just saying "I got nothing for ya" to add to my post count. And when I am stating my opinion I do it very clearly. Now my desire for you to understand presumes you don't have a reading comprehension problem in general (or is it just with my posts).

  4. #13257
    Quote Originally Posted by Nordico  [View Original Post]
    Read a report about Casa Teresa and decided to give it a try. The hotel taxis asked USD 15 for the 6 km ride, so I decided to take a normal taxi, DOP 200, but the taxi driver clearly got his cut from the house, which I was charged in the drink prices. Two beers and a Cuba libre were DOP 1000.
    That sounds like the correct price. Those fuck houses in Gascue that charged over 4000 for a girl would always have Cuba Libres for an overpriced 400 pesos (vs 200 at GBP) and beer for around the same.
    Quote Originally Posted by Nordico  [View Original Post]
    I told him to stop begging all the time.
    LOL. A man after my own heart.

  5. #13256

    Casa Teresa

    Staying in hotel Catalonia on Malecon. Read a report about Casa Teresa and decided to give it a try. The hotel taxis asked USD 15 for the 6 km ride, so I decided to take a normal taxi, DOP 200, but the taxi driver clearly got his cut from the house, which I was charged in the drink prices. Two beers and a Cuba libre were DOP 1000. Usually I would jump off few houses before, but I thought maybe it's going to be just couple of hundred, but I think they gave him 500. The taxi ride was quite cheap anyway.

    There were some 10 girls, who live on the premises. I would rate the girls 7-8. I didn't see any stunners, but all the girls were doable. I paid DOP 4500 (yes I know, I'm going to hear about this) for an hour with a girl. According to my taxi driver it's same price for a 2 hours takeout. I forgot to check this info. The rooms are clean and quite OK, with a shower and clean towels and sheets. The service was good. BBBJ and stuff.

    The most bothering thing about the place was a gentleman in a suit, who they call Rubio. Looked like he's in charge of the place. First he asked me to give a propinita to the lady, who hadn't done anything else for me, but received my money. When I went to the room with the girl, he was upstairs and asked a propinita for himself, for nothing again. I asked him, what is the reason, I should tip him. He didn't want to understand my question. I told him to stop begging all the time.

    The place seemed to be safe and the girls are not aggressive, but the bill was quite hefty, so I don't think I'm going to repeat. If there had been some real stunners I would reconsider.

  6. #13255
    Quote Originally Posted by SubCmdr  [View Original Post]
    Hit up Prtyr2. Tell him I recommended him. Asking about the Piano Bars in Santo Domingo. Be nice about it. And he just might help a brother out. Also, check out the hidden secret of Boca Chica. I've said this before. I don't usually monger but when I do I prefer Boca Chica. ROTFLMAO!

    Always a pleasure to help a brother out!
    You still got a boo boo? Have no clue what the boca comment is about. Never mongered there. Love it in daytime, not so much at night.

  7. #13254

    Had zero problems

    I was treated very well by everyone in the vans. The taxi at the end saw few gringos so had no gringo game to play. I am black American so no blue eyes. I make about 4 trips a year so I budget myself when I can. At most it may take 30 minutes more time but adds a feel I like. If I were a blue eyed guy maybe I would feel different. We all have to do what works for us personally. Over all SD is not a dangerous city if you use common sense.

    Quote Originally Posted by RobbyBurns  [View Original Post]
    What about the fact (which others have pointed out) that one will likely be the only gringo on the van, and that you will be arriving with all your luggage and cash and credit cards?

    I love taking public transportation in cities (and saving the money, too), but I did not do it during my one previous visit to SD last year. How would you rate the overall safety (and extra time) for a tall blue-eyed "obvious" gringo?

    If my AirBnB rental is in Gazcue or Naco would it still make sense to take the van vs. an Uber? Or, would I get ripped off by the taxistas waiting for me at the end of the line, if I need to take one to another neighborhood?

  8. #13253

    Taking the van into Zona Colonial or Gazcue or Naco

    Quote Originally Posted by OldKool  [View Original Post]
    I stay in the colonal zone and the last stop s a short distance away and there are cabs waiting where you get out. I enjoy the ride and the feel of local flavor. The 1000 pesos I save puts me in a good mood.
    What about the fact (which others have pointed out) that one will likely be the only gringo on the van, and that you will be arriving with all your luggage and cash and credit cards?

    I love taking public transportation in cities (and saving the money, too), but I did not do it during my one previous visit to SD last year. How would you rate the overall safety (and extra time) for a tall blue-eyed "obvious" gringo?

    If my AirBnB rental is in Gazcue or Naco would it still make sense to take the van vs. an Uber? Or, would I get ripped off by the taxistas waiting for me at the end of the line, if I need to take one to another neighborhood?

  9. #13252

    Not for me

    I stay in the colonal zone and the last stop s a short distance away and there are cabs waiting where you get out. I enjoy the ride and the feel of local flavor. The 1000 pesos I save puts me in a good mood.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ozzie1451  [View Original Post]
    I took the van once when I had time and was curious about it. The location of last stop is very inconvenient. I took a cab but it took some time to find one. One American passenger offered extra money to van driver to take him to his hotel after last stop. I would strongly suggest to do the same and offer driver extra money to take you to Metro or Caribe.

  10. #13251

    Taking an Uber from the SD airport

    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge  [View Original Post]
    Just take an uber. It will cost 1200 to 1500 pesos from the airport to Metro on Churchill or Caribe Tour on 27 Feb. Anyone who is sweating 1,000 pesos should skip a trip and save enough so it won't matter. It's basically safe to use the van but not as safe as a private car with a driver whose ID and photo you have in advance. I don't know why anyone would get in the van with luggage and possibly a lot of cash.
    Is there an issue with an Uber driver picking you up at the airport. Taxi driver resentment? Where do you tell the Uber driver to pick you up? Should I get in the front seat, so the taxistas won't know it is an Uber driver?

    One other transportation question: Are there any busses from the airport directly up to Santiago, or do I have to go all the way into downtown SD to get a bus? I see that there is a bus station in Santo Domingo Este, but it is probably too risky for a gringo to use that station--right?

  11. #13250
    Just take an uber. It will cost 1200 to 1500 pesos from the airport to Metro on Churchill or Caribe Tour on 27 Feb. Anyone who is sweating 1,000 pesos should skip a trip and save enough so it won't matter. It's basically safe to use the van but not as safe as a private car with a driver whose ID and photo you have in advance. I don't know why anyone would get in the van with luggage and possibly a lot of cash.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ozzie1451  [View Original Post]
    I took the van once when I had time and was curious about it. The location of last stop is very inconvenient. I took a cab but it took some time to find one. One American passenger offered extra money to van driver to take him to his hotel after last stop. I would strongly suggest to do the same and offer driver extra money to take you to Metro or Caribe.

  12. #13249
    Quote Originally Posted by Ozzie1451  [View Original Post]
    I took the van once when I had time and was curious about it. The location of last stop is very inconvenient. I took a cab but it took some time to find one. One American passenger offered extra money to van driver to take him to his hotel after last stop. I would strongly suggest to do the same and offer driver extra money to take you to Metro or Caribe.
    Good advice, Ozzie. Please email me as my phone is malfunctioning.

  13. #13248

    Easier way

    Quote Originally Posted by OldKool  [View Original Post]
    There is a publico in the drop off area of the airport upstairs. Locals who work at the airport use them to get back and forward. Go upstairs and exit to the left. There is currency exchange that give excellent rates upstairs. While downstairs you can buy or get minutes for any DR phone you have. The van is usually about 50 yards back. The cost is a 100 pesos to go to downtown SD. At the last stop are cabs that will take you to metro or Caribe for 300 pesos. The van has no signs so you got be observant. I feel like I am stealing when I use it.
    I took the van once when I had time and was curious about it. The location of last stop is very inconvenient. I took a cab but it took some time to find one. One American passenger offered extra money to van driver to take him to his hotel after last stop. I would strongly suggest to do the same and offer driver extra money to take you to Metro or Caribe.

  14. #13247

    Open venues

    Request for info. What venues are in operation in SD?

    I've been past most establishments in maps / listed here and various site and found only Roxy (next to Nepolitano), Foxy's, Oasis and Teresa to be in operation.

    Any insights would help.

    Thanks.

  15. #13246

    It can be done but not easy

    There is a publico in the drop off area of the airport upstairs. Locals who work at the airport use them to get back and forward. Go upstairs and exit to the left. There is currency exchange that give excellent rates upstairs. While downstairs you can buy or get minutes for any DR phone you have. The van is usually about 50 yards back. The cost is a 100 pesos to go to downtown SD. At the last stop are cabs that will take you to metro or Caribe for 300 pesos. The van has no signs so you got be observant. I feel like I am stealing when I use it.

    Quote Originally Posted by CooleMr  [View Original Post]
    Anyone know the most economical way to get from Las Americas airport to Metro bus station in Downtown Santo Domingo. Do I have any options other than a taxi.

    Thanks.

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