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  1. #13694
    Why would anyone ask about the fare (la tarifa) up front if they already know what it is?

    Furthermore asking about the fair up front doesn't help you one bit if they quote you 300 DOP and it should only be 200 DOP if you don't know what it should be.

    Even if I was using Uber (and I do) how would I know to challenge a inefficient route if I didn't the route? Alas, I do or at least the general direction because I live here.

    But let me share a story about Uber (since it seems you are determined to continue your game of one upmanship). I was leaving from Mega Centro one time during rush hour. I figured I'd wind up with a surge charge because traffic was heavy. But my man took me on a route around the traffic that I had never seen before. It was longer without a doubt. But saved me (and him) a huge amount of time. The fare (la tarifa) was only about 20 DOP or so more than the usual. I didn't figure it was that important to use Uber's superior customer service (something that I found not to be true in the US that's why I use Lyft) to complain about it.

    These are the things you learn when you live here. So if you didn't know, now you know.

    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge  [View Original Post]
    It's always a good idea to ask the fare (la tarifa) up front.

  2. #13693
    It's always a good idea to ask the fare (la tarifa) up front.

    Quote Originally Posted by SubCmdr  [View Original Post]
    Oper Taxi is available via whatsapp: 809-XXXX555. You send a message where you are and if they have any additional questions they will send a reply. If not they simply tell you the color of the taxi and the response time. Now during the seven months I lived in Santo Domingo Este I used Oper almost exclusively as they had a staging area 5 minutes from my building. During those seven months I never (and I mean never) experienced a situation where a driver tried to charge me a cost higher than the standard fare. I never received poor service or general nonsense. I never got into a Oper taxi that where the vehicle was unsafe or filthy; nor did any of the drivers operate in a reckless manner. Those were my experiences. If the occasion dictated it Oper Taxi is my goto choice.

    The advantage of living here is developing a knowledge experience base that is deeper and more extensive than anyone who is only visiting on a part time basis. Even my fellow expats share information with me I didn't know. It is the rare visitor that can arrive and show me something I didn't know about Santo Domingo / Santo Domingo Este. And when they do it's a most pleasant surprise. What I enjoy most about meeting with those that don't live here is the unique perspective they bring and different way they see things (Thanks Mr. GoGo). Of course that has a lot to do with the fact we are all different people with different needs and desires. It's a good thing we all have different tastes. Women who you don't think are hot need to get paid too.

  3. #13692

    Taxi Service in Santo Domingo.

    Oper Taxi is available via whatsapp: 809-XXXX555. You send a message where you are and if they have any additional questions they will send a reply. If not they simply tell you the color of the taxi and the response time. Now during the seven months I lived in Santo Domingo Este I used Oper almost exclusively as they had a staging area 5 minutes from my building. During those seven months I never (and I mean never) experienced a situation where a driver tried to charge me a cost higher than the standard fare. I never received poor service or general nonsense. I never got into a Oper taxi that where the vehicle was unsafe or filthy; nor did any of the drivers operate in a reckless manner. Those were my experiences. If the occasion dictated it Oper Taxi is my goto choice.

    The advantage of living here is developing a knowledge experience base that is deeper and more extensive than anyone who is only visiting on a part time basis. Even my fellow expats share information with me I didn't know. It is the rare visitor that can arrive and show me something I didn't know about Santo Domingo / Santo Domingo Este. And when they do it's a most pleasant surprise. What I enjoy most about meeting with those that don't live here is the unique perspective they bring and different way they see things (Thanks Mr. GoGo). Of course that has a lot to do with the fact we are all different people with different needs and desires. It's a good thing we all have different tastes. Women who you don't think are hot need to get paid too.

  4. #13691
    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesPooter  [View Original Post]
    My preferred type as well. There are plenty. I would say that, because of the admixture of African genes, even slim women in the DR tend to have more shapely asses than European women of otherwise similar stature, but most men prefer it that way.
    Listen to the the man. Because I second that motion. They are out there to be found. If you are looking for a prostitute, then you are going to have to get into a tourist area where you can screen the look you want by preferences. But be prepared to pay 5000 - 7000 K in pesos. Because they are in high demand from the white boys that like that type of body.

    Now don't get me wrong. I'm so barrio. But I happen to prefer that body type also. Over three years of living in Santo Domingo Este. So, I might know of what I speak. But you decide for yourself.

  5. #13690
    Quote Originally Posted by DrMcNaughty  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    I am not into big ass badonka donk booties! I want need spinners 4'10" -5'3-5" 80-105-110 at month thin petite! Am I going to find this in DR? Any connections appreciated!
    My preferred type as well. There are plenty. I would say that, because of the admixture of African genes, even slim women in the DR tend to have more shapely asses than European women of otherwise similar stature, but most men prefer it that way.

  6. #13689

    Spinners? Info please no big booties wanted!

    Hi,

    I am not into big ass badonka donk booties! I want need spinners 4'10" -5'3-5" 80-105-110 at month thin petite! Am I going to find this in DR? Any connections appreciated!

    Thank you.

    DMN.

  7. #13688
    I thought I mentioned that uber is not always ideal. I have no problem with anyone using taxis, it doesn't matter to me. I choose to avoid them because, among other reasons, uber's customer service includes lost and found, fare review (they issue refunds when drivers don't follow efficient routes or otherwise exceed normal fare ranges for given trips), driver background checks, vehicle safety features, GPS tracking for security and arrival time estimates, and so on. As I said, there are situations when taxis are more convenient. I will stay home or walk before I get in a carro publico. I'm not even going to discuss them but go ahead and try to convince us if you have time to kill.

    Quote Originally Posted by SubCmdr  [View Original Post]
    Let me help you with your struggle. Your sweeping negative description of all taxis to be found in Santo Domingo (or Santo Domingo Este) is not true. Smart phone usage in the entire Dominican Republic is 48%. That leaves over half the population not being able to hail a Uber. I know Dominicans that use both. I've been with them when we have decided to that it would be more advantageous to use "transporte publico" (public transportation) from both a time and cost basis. And other times when use of a regular taxi is of greater advantage that using Uber.

    If you don't know; now you know!

  8. #13687
    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge  [View Original Post]
    I struggle greatly to understand why anyone would continue to put up with the higher cost, poor service, general nonsense, unsafe and filthy vehicles, and reckless drivers that come with using taxis in Santo Domingo. There are situations when uber isn't ideal (surge pricing periods or scarcity of available cars) but in most every case it's a no brainier.
    Let me help you with your struggle. Your sweeping negative description of all taxis to be found in Santo Domingo (or Santo Domingo Este) is not true. Smart phone usage in the entire Dominican Republic is 48%. That leaves over half the population not being able to hail a Uber. I know Dominicans that use both. I've been with them when we have decided to that it would be more advantageous to use "transporte publico" (public transportation) from both a time and cost basis. And other times when use of a regular taxi is of greater advantage that using Uber.

    If you don't know; now you know!

  9. #13686
    I struggle greatly to understand why anyone would continue to put up with the higher cost, poor service, general nonsense, unsafe and filthy vehicles, and reckless drivers that come with using taxis in Santo Domingo. There are situations when uber isn't ideal (surge pricing periods or scarcity of available cars) but in most every case it's a no brainier.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrGogo  [View Original Post]
    Thursday caught uber from Mixer nightclub on Espana to Boca chica for 460 pesos and this morning reversed it back to my place on calle 8 for 512 pesos. BQ was always preaching uber but as usual I didn't pay him any attention but he was correct. Newer cars and very professional. Uber is my new best friend.

  10. #13685

    Uber.

    Thursday caught uber from Mixer nightclub on Espana to Boca chica for 460 pesos and this morning reversed it back to my place on calle 8 for 512 pesos. BQ was always preaching uber but as usual I didn't pay him any attention but he was correct. Newer cars and very professional. Uber is my new best friend.

  11. #13684
    Quote Originally Posted by Parkinsons  [View Original Post]
    The SD parade is considered the "National Carnival" because it's the capitol city but the LA Vega one still reigns supreme.

    The SD parade is limited to the malecon only. It is shut down for vehicular traffic. The procession goes from the beginning near the Fort then to the west, probably ends at Abraham Lincoln. Obviously that affects traffic on the malecon but outside of that, nothing.

    It will take place in 2018 on March 4th. Of course that'll only be days after the Independence Day parade. I've never been to the Carnival in La Vega or Santiago, but the SD one is good fun. The backdrop of the Carribbean Sea adds charm.
    My first time on overnight stay in the DR with first time on overnight stay in the DR was during Carnival. We just happen to be in Santo Domingo during that time. It was very big and concentrated in the colonial zone.

    I also went to the Carnival in Las Vega. It was very nice however getting a hotel was useless unless you had reserved in advance. My crew actually had to settle in a hotel in Santiago. It was a challenge mongering because our rooms were so far away from the action. There were very beautiful chicas in both areas. If I had to choose one it would be SD for the convenience.

  12. #13683
    Quote Originally Posted by NamasteParis  [View Original Post]
    Ask any dominican, and he will tell you that the most famous carnaval is at La Vega, few miles from Santiago. Google "carnaval vegano" and see the pictures. I've been there this year and I can tell you it worth it, more than the one at SD. Fortunately, you could attend to both, as the carnival days are usually not the same in both cities. As far as I remember at La Vega, there were 2 sundays of carnaval. All cities / villages from DR gather on the main street this day at La Vega, which is not the case at SD. Hundreds of people walking disguised, very colourful, and several open air concerts. Very well organized.

    It starts around mid day, till night. There are buses or taxis to easily come back to Santiago to sleep, as there is nothing more to do than the Carnival at la Vega.

    Don't forget to buy "una bahina" to spank the chicas (picture attached)! You can find that at the entrance. Buy ear plugs, prepare your camera and have fun!
    Appreciate the info and the pics bro!

  13. #13682

    Carnaval

    Quote Originally Posted by SavePros321  [View Original Post]
    Has anyone been to the Carnival in SD that happens every Feb? Good place / time to get numbers from? Is the traffic a nightmare during this time?

    Thanks.
    Ask any dominican, and he will tell you that the most famous carnaval is at La Vega, few miles from Santiago. Google "carnaval vegano" and see the pictures. I've been there this year and I can tell you it worth it, more than the one at SD. Fortunately, you could attend to both, as the carnival days are usually not the same in both cities. As far as I remember at La Vega, there were 2 sundays of carnaval. All cities / villages from DR gather on the main street this day at La Vega, which is not the case at SD. Hundreds of people walking disguised, very colourful, and several open air concerts. Very well organized.

    It starts around mid day, till night. There are buses or taxis to easily come back to Santiago to sleep, as there is nothing more to do than the Carnival at la Vega.

    Don't forget to buy "una bahina" to spank the chicas (picture attached)! You can find that at the entrance. Buy ear plugs, prepare your camera and have fun!
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  14. #13681
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    From what I remember Carnival is not a big thing in Santo Domingo. It was larger in Santiago and Moca the times I went there. And even in those places it did not affect traffic.
    Quote Originally Posted by Parkinsons  [View Original Post]
    The SD parade is considered the "National Carnival" because it's the capitol city but the LA Vega one still reigns supreme.

    The SD parade is limited to the malecon only. It is shut down for vehicular traffic. The procession goes from the beginning near the Fort then to the west, probably ends at Abraham Lincoln. Obviously that affects traffic on the malecon but outside of that, nothing.

    It will take place in 2018 on March 4th. Of course that'll only be days after the Independence Day parade. I've never been to the Carnival in La Vega or Santiago, but the SD one is good fun. The backdrop of the Carribbean Sea adds charm.
    Appreciate the responses.

  15. #13680
    Quote Originally Posted by SavePros321  [View Original Post]
    Has anyone been to the Carnival in SD that happens every Feb? Good place / time to get numbers from? Is the traffic a nightmare during this time?

    Thanks.
    The SD parade is considered the "National Carnival" because it's the capitol city but the LA Vega one still reigns supreme.

    The SD parade is limited to the malecon only. It is shut down for vehicular traffic. The procession goes from the beginning near the Fort then to the west, probably ends at Abraham Lincoln. Obviously that affects traffic on the malecon but outside of that, nothing.

    It will take place in 2018 on March 4th. Of course that'll only be days after the Independence Day parade. I've never been to the Carnival in La Vega or Santiago, but the SD one is good fun. The backdrop of the Carribbean Sea adds charm.

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