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  1. #13899

    Agreed

    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge  [View Original Post]
    I agree with what several people have said about this: it is not for everyone. I'll go a step farther. If someone is visiting for a few weeks or days, I can understand why they would not want to adjust and learn how to negotiate the freewheeling Dominican style of driving. Living and / or working in a place is not the same as visiting and not having time bound commitments to meet. So everybody is right.
    I agree with you 100%. One has to weigh the pros and cons of driving here to get an idea if it's worth it. I've been coming here since 2012, and this is my first time renting a car. I've enjoyed it, and will probably do it again on my future trips, but I totally understand why someone wouldn't want to or in many cases shouldn't do it.

  2. #13898
    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge  [View Original Post]
    I agree with what several people have said about this: it is not for everyone. I'll go a step farther. If someone is visiting for a few weeks or days, I can understand why they would not want to adjust and learn how to negotiate the freewheeling Dominican style of driving. Living and / or working in a place is not the same as visiting and not having time bound commitments to meet. So everybody is right.
    Mr. Knowledge,

    You are dead on point! If I didn't live here I wouldn't drive here either. For my first seven months of being here I didn't drive. I took taxis nearly everywhere I went or walked. And now with Uber in full effect that is another extremely effective method of transportation for many people. But, I've also been known to take a guagua or "transporte publico". So, I'm not sure if anyone should be taking Dominican Republic transportation advice from me. We are all grown men, some are in the arena (like me), some are critics (you know who you are). Do what you like! LOL! Mig Vapor anyone?

  3. #13897

    5-day trip.

    Long overdue report, but my mongering buddy and I were in Santo Domingo for 5-days in December, stayed at Hotel Shakey in a 2-bed apartment on the top floor, which was a perfect Chica friendly hotel in a great location, only catch is your only allowed one guest each. Nice apartment with full kitchen and living room (no AC so get a top floor unit so you get a breeze from the balcony), and two AC bedrooms. Good security and nice front desk dudes. Pasteur & George Washington Avenue next to the Crown Plaza hotel.

    This was our second DR trip, both in Santo Domingo, and it was better than the first. My favorite 305 club was closed so we mostly hit the smaller clubs on Pasteur avenue for takeout, $100-150 for 2-3 hours, and even a few street walkers for $50 or less, mixed results of course. One girl was a total ***** and my friend threw her out before either of us fucked her, another was awesome and we double teamed her for hours, did lines, gave us nonstop BBBJ's, and even took it up the ass (covered of course). I think we payed her $50. Can't beat that!

    Oasis was our go to spot, great selection of 30+Chicas with some real spinners in the bunch, I think it was $80-100 for 1-hour on-site, rooms were clean with AC and bathrooms, and girls like to party with the gringos. We got phone numbers and arranged a few girls to come to our hotel the following day, one day both girls were no shows, another day two girls showed up without us calling, but I was not at the hotel at the time, so my buddy had all the fun. LOL.

    Overall a good trip, I was actually there for medical reasons so couldn't party as hard as normal, but it's a solid mongering destination. Next stop, Colombia!

  4. #13896
    I agree with what several people have said about this: it is not for everyone. I'll go a step farther. If someone is visiting for a few weeks or days, I can understand why they would not want to adjust and learn how to negotiate the freewheeling Dominican style of driving. Living and / or working in a place is not the same as visiting and not having time bound commitments to meet. So everybody is right.

    Quote Originally Posted by OldKool  [View Original Post]
    Driving in SD is demolition derby. I drove there successfuly for 1 week. I promised my self I would never do it aqain Not sure how teflon Mr E. Totaled a rental car and walked away unscaved however he is the same guy who gets free pussy from working girls. In fact I think they pay him. With Uber working I see no need to drive in SD.

  5. #13895

    Not for me.

    Driving in SD is demolition derby. I drove there successfuly for 1 week. I promised my self I would never do it aqain Not sure how teflon Mr E. Totaled a rental car and walked away unscaved however he is the same guy who gets free pussy from working girls. In fact I think they pay him. With Uber working I see no need to drive in SD.

    Quote Originally Posted by Troubleman69  [View Original Post]
    The biggest problem that I am noticing is the dumb ass motos at night who don't have lights. I can't even turn up my reggaeton or dembow because I have to look out for them. Other than that, this is like driving in Atlanta traffic with soccer mom's putting on their makeup or running their mouths on their phones. Nobody uses hands free here except me. LOL.

  6. #13894
    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesPooter  [View Original Post]
    So it's not all bad, then?
    LOL I like SOME of that stuff.

  7. #13893
    I can tell from this message that you have some skills.

    Quote Originally Posted by Troubleman69  [View Original Post]
    The biggest problem that I am noticing is the dumb ass motos at night who don't have lights. I can't even turn up my reggaeton or dembow because I have to look out for them. Other than that, this is like driving in Atlanta traffic with soccer mom's putting on their makeup or running their mouths on their phones. Nobody uses hands free here except me. LOL.

  8. #13892
    Quote Originally Posted by Troubleman69  [View Original Post]
    I can't even turn up my reggaeton or dembow because I have to look out for them.
    So it's not all bad, then?

  9. #13891
    Quote Originally Posted by Troubleman69  [View Original Post]
    The biggest problem that I am noticing is the dumb ass motos at night who don't have lights. I can't even turn up my reggaeton or dembow because I have to look out for them. Other than that, this is like driving in Atlanta traffic with soccer mom's putting on their makeup or running their mouths on their phones. Nobody uses hands free here except me. LOL.
    If you hit one of those "dumb ass motos," or even if they hit you, you could be in for quite an ordeal.

  10. #13890
    Quote Originally Posted by JLMiami  [View Original Post]
    Okay. I just wanted to make sure the readers here understand that this is not at all a recommended course of action.
    The biggest problem that I am noticing is the dumb ass motos at night who don't have lights. I can't even turn up my reggaeton or dembow because I have to look out for them. Other than that, this is like driving in Atlanta traffic with soccer mom's putting on their makeup or running their mouths on their phones. Nobody uses hands free here except me. LOL.

  11. #13889
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    LOL. We used to go to Montres in high school. Then I started DJing at Playboy Palace my senior year.
    Montres was a right of passage back in the day. A true hood classic. I remember the Playboy Palace as well. It was my favorite spot back then. That was back when I noticed old national and Godby road transitioning to what they are now.

    Gbp is around the corner from the apartment, so I'll probably hit it up tonight. I have another Chica meeting me at Manolos tonight, but I think that I'm going to cancel. I just want a quick blow job not some fake ass I miss you nonsense.

  12. #13888
    Quote Originally Posted by Troubleman69  [View Original Post]
    I made it to gbp last night, and it wasn't bad. That place and the girls remind me of one the hood strip clubs back in the day in Atlanta. I kept getting bothered by the skinny chicks instead of the big booty ones, but a simple no was good enough to get them to leave. Even the bad bodied bartenders reminded me of the ones back in the day at montres of atlanta. Still all in all it is a good place for a nice bbj.
    LOL. We used to go to Montres in high school. Then I started DJing at Playboy Palace my senior year.

  13. #13887

    Gbp

    I made it to gbp last night, and it wasn't bad. That place and the girls remind me of one the hood strip clubs back in the day in Atlanta. I kept getting bothered by the skinny chicks instead of the big booty ones, but a simple no was good enough to get them to leave. Even the bad bodied bartenders reminded me of the ones back in the day at montres of atlanta. Still all in all it is a good place for a nice bbj.

  14. #13886
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Where did you get this from? I totaled a car in DR a few years ago. The police wrote up a report that included my story, the other guy's story, along with his thoughts at the bottom. We all signed it and he gave me and the other driver a copy. I went back to Budget in the tow truck with the car, at which time they gave me another car. I then drove to my girlfriend's house and spent the night with her. What happened in your first-hand account?
    I agree with the guy. You speak Spanish and have a history of putting cops on the defensive and holding them accountable but someone who doesn't speak Spanish and have no understating on how to handle it might get fucked. Maybe not every time but most times IMO. I've heard stories about guys not being at fault and the cops aren't there and a mob gathers wanting to kill the gringo, just ask our boy.

  15. #13885

    Know the law!

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Where did you get this from? I totaled a car in DR a few years ago. The police wrote up a report that included my story, the other guy's story, along with his thoughts at the bottom. We all signed it and he gave me and the other driver a copy. I went back to Budget in the tow truck with the car, at which time they gave me another car. I then drove to my girlfriend's house and spent the night with her. What happened in your first-hand account?
    Mr. E,

    Were injuries involved? From the facts you detailed in your story it does not seem like there were any if you both walked away and you were fucking that night. I'm not taking issue with your first-hand account. But do you actually know the law that is involved when a accident involves bodily injury in the Dominican Republic?

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