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  1. #1165
    Quote Originally Posted by Frannie  [View Original Post]
    Another option is to take a taxi direct from the airport to Navarrte, then public taxi to Puerto zPlata Hospital for 100 pesos, then another to Sosua for 50 pesos.
    I never knew of this. However, this is more appropriate for someone that travels light and is familiar with the territory. For someone with big luggage, this option will only add to grief, not to speak about the impossibility of fitting in a suitcase in the trunk of a carro de ruta from Pto Pta to Sosua given the LPG cylinder, I would think.

  2. #1164
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    By the time, you pick up your luggage and granted that the flight is not late, which happens more often than not, you are getting there at an excellent hour. As someone has stated, in the morning the availability of taxi to Sosua is higher which increases your negotiating power and should you want to pay in US dollars, I once negotiated $80 and that was for a night ride. Indeed 3500-4000 pesos as suggested here, are a most likely price during the morning hours. The present exchange rate is 45.60 pesos to a dollar.

    If you wish to take the bus to Sosua on the other hand, again, morning is a great time. Take a taxi to bus station ($25) - either Caribe Express that has more frequent services (and has a currency exchange office on its premises) but drops you a few miles out of sosua, or Metro which has fewer rides but takes you smack into Sosua. Both Caribe and Metro are practically next to each other at the Bus station area in Santiago.
    Another option is to take a taxi direct from the airport to Navarrte, then public taxi to Puerto zPlata Hospital for 100 pesos, then another to Sosua for 50 pesos.
    Last edited by Frannie; 05-09-16 at 13:21. Reason: duplicate

  3. #1163
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    By the time, you pick up your luggage and granted that the flight is not late, which happens more often than not, you are getting there at an excellent hour. As someone has stated, in the morning the availability of taxi to Sosua is higher which increases your negotiating power and should you want to pay in US dollars, I once negotiated $80 and that was for a night ride. Indeed 3500-4000 pesos as suggested here, are a most likely price during the morning hours. The present exchange rate is 45.60 pesos to a dollar.

    If you wish to take the bus to Sosua on the other hand, again, morning is a great time. Take a taxi to bus station ($25) - either Caribe Express that has more frequent services (and has a currency exchange office on its premises) but drops you a few miles out of sosua, or Metro which has fewer rides but takes you smack into Sosua. Both Caribe and Metro are practically next to each other at the Bus station area in Santiago.
    Another option is to take a taxi direct from the airport to Navarrte, then public taxi to Puerto zPlata Hospital for 100 pesos, then another to Sosua for 50 pesos.

  4. #1162

    Santiago sosua

    Quote Originally Posted by Yanqui69  [View Original Post]
    If you arrive early, you can take a cab to the Caribe Tours bus stop and buy tickets for Sosua. The bus is very cheap. Cab, guessing would be $25 US.

    You may be able to change dollars at the bus stop, but not sure what time the place opens.

    You can check the schedule online, not sure when the first buses leave.

    Last option, a taxi to Sosua from Santiago would be close to $150 US.
    Cab fares are under pressure here in sSantiago to drop due to the introduction of a Uber-style cab system. We took a can last Thursday to the airport for 700RD. I have never paid more than that, so suspect if you tell the driver you want to go to Caribe Tours it would never exceed 1000RD. That is not to say they won't try for more, but an empty cab at the end of a line will jump if they think you will just use another cab. They are having trouble filling cabs with passengers so negotiate.

    Busses leave Caribe On the half HR starting at 830 for 160 pesos each way. Just under $30. A competitor line is Metro bus which is slightly higher and offers a more business class clientel.

  5. #1161
    Quote Originally Posted by Gzilla  [View Original Post]
    My cousin and I will be flying in on the 21st into Santiago at 5 am.
    By the time, you pick up your luggage and granted that the flight is not late, which happens more often than not, you are getting there at an excellent hour. As someone has stated, in the morning the availability of taxi to Sosua is higher which increases your negotiating power and should you want to pay in US dollars, I once negotiated $80 and that was for a night ride. Indeed 3500-4000 pesos as suggested here, are a most likely price during the morning hours. The present exchange rate is 45.60 pesos to a dollar.

    If you wish to take the bus to Sosua on the other hand, again, morning is a great time. Take a taxi to bus station ($25) - either Caribe Express that has more frequent services (and has a currency exchange office on its premises) but drops you a few miles out of sosua, or Metro which has fewer rides but takes you smack into Sosua. Both Caribe and Metro are practically next to each other at the Bus station area in Santiago.

  6. #1160
    Quote Originally Posted by Manizales911  [View Original Post]
    When I lived in Pto Pta I used a guy that charged me 3500 pesos, that was last year so maybe the price went up but I would bet that if you speak spanish and tell him 3500 take it or leave it he would take it, PM me for his number, he speaks a LITTLE english and is overall a great guy, he operates out of Pto Pta so no good for local Sosua business. AND ALWAYS NEGOTIATE IN PESOS,not dollars,regardless of the situation or person..
    Nice! That guy could have a LOT of business, shuttling people to / from STI.

  7. #1159
    Quote Originally Posted by Frannie  [View Original Post]
    If $90 is close to $150, then yes. But taxi to bus station plus bus will be $25 anyway. Arriving at 5:00, you can relax, get a leisurely breakfast in the airport, then continue by taxi and bus, but what time can you check in to your hotel in Sosua? I would go to a cabana near the airport and sleep until midday.
    I could be wrong. $150 to Sosua was an estimate.

    I once missed a connecting flight due to American Airlines usual incompetence, and had to to swap to a flight to STI from my intended POP.

    Arrived around 9 pm. A taxi that night cost me about $125 to the POP area. I estimated Sosua would be about $150.

    If one arrives in the morning, the bus is the better option, but if for some reason a cab was needed, I presume one's position for negotiating a price would be a lot stronger early in the day, when other options are available, versus a late night cab ride.

    At night, there was no bus option, so it was a cab or spending the first of my five nights in Santiago.

  8. #1158
    Quote Originally Posted by Yanqui69  [View Original Post]
    If you arrive early, you can take a cab to the Caribe Tours bus stop and buy tickets for Sosua. The bus is very cheap. Cab, guessing would be $25 US.

    You may be able to change dollars at the bus stop, but not sure what time the place opens.

    You can check the schedule online, not sure when the first buses leave.

    Last option, a taxi to Sosua from Santiago would be close to $150 US.
    When I lived in Pto Pta I used a guy that charged me 3500 pesos, that was last year so maybe the price went up but I would bet that if you speak spanish and tell him 3500 take it or leave it he would take it, PM me for his number, he speaks a LITTLE english and is overall a great guy, he operates out of Pto Pta so no good for local Sosua business. AND ALWAYS NEGOTIATE IN PESOS,not dollars,regardless of the situation or person..

  9. #1157
    Quote Originally Posted by Yanqui69  [View Original Post]
    If you arrive early, you can take a cab to the Caribe Tours bus stop and buy tickets for Sosua. The bus is very cheap. Cab, guessing would be $25 US.

    You may be able to change dollars at the bus stop, but not sure what time the place opens.

    You can check the schedule online, not sure when the first buses leave.

    Last option, a taxi to Sosua from Santiago would be close to $150 US.
    If $90 is close to $150, then yes. But taxi to bus station plus bus will be $25 anyway. Arriving at 5:00, you can relax, get a leisurely breakfast in the airport, then continue by taxi and bus, but what time can you check in to your hotel in Sosua? I would go to a cabana near the airport and sleep until midday.

  10. #1156
    Quote Originally Posted by Gzilla  [View Original Post]
    Hello gentlemen,

    I am in need of your assistance. Could someone provide me with information on transportation from the Santiago airport to Sosua? My cousin and I will be flying in on the 21st into Santiago at 5 am. Any information on reliable transportation will be helpful.

    Thank you.
    If you arrive early, you can take a cab to the Caribe Tours bus stop and buy tickets for Sosua. The bus is very cheap. Cab, guessing would be $25 US.

    You may be able to change dollars at the bus stop, but not sure what time the place opens.

    You can check the schedule online, not sure when the first buses leave.

    Last option, a taxi to Sosua from Santiago would be close to $150 US.

  11. #1155

    Transportation

    Hello gentlemen,

    I am in need of your assistance. Could someone provide me with information on transportation from the Santiago airport to Sosua? My cousin and I will be flying in on the 21st into Santiago at 5 am. Any information on reliable transportation will be helpful.

    Thank you.

  12. #1154

    Seeking UTR

    Quiet night and seeking UTR chica with excellent oral skills.

  13. #1153
    Not really if you like the hills, cooler weather and all that Santiago has to offer.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    That is kind of bassackwards.
    .

  14. #1152
    Quote Originally Posted by RikyRapido  [View Original Post]
    Twice I married a Filipina American. The only thing they think about is their status quo, their car is bigger, their house is bigger, their husband has more income, divorce a Filipina, you're fucked. These women are intelligent and shrewd, don't get screwed by one. Period.
    Well she makes way more money than him and like I said they have been living together for 18 years. So if it doesn't work out for them then nobody stands a chance.

  15. #1151

    Sorry to admit, but

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    That is kind of bassackwards. Most people are trying to go from Santiago TO La Romana. A buddy of mine is getting married later this month at Dreams Resort in La Romana. He is Dominican American and she is Filipina American. They have been together 18 years. Don't know why they want to mess up a good thing.
    Twice I married a Filipina American. The only thing they think about is their status quo, their car is bigger, their house is bigger, their husband has more income, divorce a Filipina, you're fucked. These women are intelligent and shrewd, don't get screwed by one. Period.

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