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  1. #1255
    There is a certain benefit, I am discovering, in having a girl. They are unbelievably compliant and that per se, is a pleasure. I have been having people like the one in the photo, give me a good massage after the act. One even took care of my longish pubic hair, cropping it with a unheard of patience and a smile.

    Long live youth, and that of the island of Hispaniola.
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  2. #1254

    Aeropuerto Cibao

    I was at the airport yesterday evening to pick up my boy returning from New York. I asked about taxi fare and $20 is about right. I'm retired military so have traveled overseas a lot in 27 years and never go into another country without local currency. Once here you learn where to get the best exchange rate. I know that currency booths at Miami are outrageously pricey plus the fee. My wife tells me Popular is essentially a national bank and you can exchange dollars without an account while here. And the rate there is actually decent. At 47 pesos per dollar yesterday.

    That makes $20 US equal to about 950 pesos today. Last week was 900. That means that they would take a local Dominican for 900 knowing full well that if they ask for too much the customer walks. It all depends how much of a rush your in.

    When you clear thru customs and exit with your bags you will see the exit area is blocked off and only passengers are allowed inside. And there are usually one or two plainclothes cops. Except they sport their sidearm for all to see] There is one exception to this rule. Taxi drivers will stand inside with little signs announcing they have a taxi. Who do they know?

    Frannie is spot on about finding girls there. Arriving and departing is a family thing and individuals are rarely alone.

  3. #1253
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeo9112  [View Original Post]
    FlbMac31 and Frannie.

    Thanks for the insight! I'm more confident in what to expect now. Is the airport waiting area crawling with 'hungry' chicas looking for action like in Santo Domingo and POP?
    No most of the people arriving at Santiago are Dominican-American familes, they may be hungry by the time they arrive, but you will not find chicas looking for action in the waiting area, just family members, friends of passengers, people holding up signs, taxi drivers. Come to think of it I haven't seen many hungry action-oriented chicas at the other airports either.

  4. #1252
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeo9112  [View Original Post]
    FlbMac31 and Frannie.

    Thanks for the insight! I'm more confident in what to expect now. Is the airport waiting area crawling with 'hungry' chicas looking for action like in Santo Domingo and POP?
    Where is that? I must have been missing out on it all these years. How many of these hungry chicas looking for action have you picked up and why haven't you made a report about them?

  5. #1251
    FlbMac31 and Frannie.

    Thanks for the insight! I'm more confident in what to expect now. Is the airport waiting area crawling with 'hungry' chicas looking for action like in Santo Domingo and POP?

  6. #1250

    Airport Transport

    I'm an American expat retired military living here w / a Dominican wife. We travel through STI often and find you can really be taken advantage of at the Aeropuerto Cibao. Once you clear through customs you'll see lots of drivers holding up Taxi signs, each with a different price for where you want to go. Be aware that those who hang at the airport are part of a pretty strong union and will jack prices up. My personal experience because I live here is to use a driver I know who will meet me at the airport at a given time and charges the same to come to the airport and return to the city. I never pay more than 700RD and would suggest taxi negotiations always be in pesos. We live on the airport side of town and service from the house to the Metro station a half block from the Caribe station would be an additional 150RD. Today's exchange rate for dollars to pesos for $20 US is 930 pesos. An offer of 1000RD is a good offer. If someone wants more and you decline, and another driver hears you decline, they will compete very quickly by dropping rate.

    Consider a Uber account while you are here. Nice cars, much, much less cost and a direct bill as dollars to your credit card account.

    Enjoy your trip to the Cibao. It's been really cool here the last few nights and downright enjoyable.

    Quote Originally Posted by Frannie  [View Original Post]
    I think they usually ask for $20 for any taxi ride off the airport. There are two Caribe tours bus stations in Santiago, neither is at the airport. Just ask for the Caribe tours bus station for Puerto Plata and they should take you to the northerly one. The taxi will nearly always try to persuade you to take the taxi all the way to Sosua and you may be able to negotiate a better deal while keeping the Caribe tours option open. If a single girl or couple of girls has a ticket to Sosua on the bus ride, then she is almost certainly open to persuasion, but make sure that you don't cause offense to civilians with inappropriate advances. If your Spanish conversation is good, you would not have any problems in that area.

  7. #1249
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeo9112  [View Original Post]
    Fellow deviants,

    I'm flying into STI for President's Day weekend. Bound for Sosua. Can anyone give me info on getting to the nearest Caribe Tours bus station? Is there a Station at the airport? How far away is it? How much should I pay for a taxi ride there? Anyone with experience pulling girls on the bus ride? I'll be riding on Thursday afternoon so I imagine it'll be full of chicas!

    Thanks in advance.

    Rodeo.
    I think they usually ask for $20 for any taxi ride off the airport. There are two Caribe tours bus stations in Santiago, neither is at the airport. Just ask for the Caribe tours bus station for Puerto Plata and they should take you to the northerly one. The taxi will nearly always try to persuade you to take the taxi all the way to Sosua and you may be able to negotiate a better deal while keeping the Caribe tours option open. If a single girl or couple of girls has a ticket to Sosua on the bus ride, then she is almost certainly open to persuasion, but make sure that you don't cause offense to civilians with inappropriate advances. If your Spanish conversation is good, you would not have any problems in that area.

  8. #1248

    Caribe Tours near STI

    Fellow deviants,

    I'm flying into STI for President's Day weekend. Bound for Sosua. Can anyone give me info on getting to the nearest Caribe Tours bus station? Is there a Station at the airport? How far away is it? How much should I pay for a taxi ride there? Anyone with experience pulling girls on the bus ride? I'll be riding on Thursday afternoon so I imagine it'll be full of chicas!

    Thanks in advance.

    Rodeo.

  9. #1247
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    Any hope of any action in Dajabon? I could take the bus back there in the evening and then cross the border as soon as it opens. Otherwise bus leaves Sandiago 9 am arriving 1130.
    Hope springs eternal. Djabon is not known for night clubs as far as I know, but there are always quite a few Haitians in town for obvious reasons and with a bit of Kreyol, you may get lucky. The first two night clubs on this list might be of interest, the others are in Haiti and maybe known to you already. Https: páginasamarillas. cybo.com/ DO / dajab%C3%B3 n- (ciudad)/ clubs-de-baile-why-discotecas /.

  10. #1246
    Quote Originally Posted by Questner  [View Original Post]
    Hotel Masacre in Dajabon (truly nice historic name to an hotel). Keep in mind the long bus ride is very tiresome.
    Yes, I have stayed there, the rooms are rather nice with stylish bathrooms, though not sure how much hot water you get.

  11. #1245

    Dajabon

    Quote Originally Posted by Questner  [View Original Post]
    Hotel Masacre in Dajabon (truly nice historic name to an hotel). Keep in mind the long bus ride is very tiresome.
    Any hope of any action in Dajabon? I could take the bus back there in the evening and then cross the border as soon as it opens. Otherwise bus leaves Sandiago 9 am arriving 1130.

  12. #1244
    Hotel Masacre in Dajabon (truly nice historic name to an hotel). Keep in mind the long bus ride is very tiresome.

  13. #1243
    Quote Originally Posted by Frannie  [View Original Post]
    and if you don't speak Spanish, it will hardly matter if they are articulate and cultured or not or whether they read Cervantes in bed.
    Cervantes! You killing me. Jajaja!

  14. #1242
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    I will be arriving in Santiago on 24 Dec about noon and will be there until the 26 when I leave to Puerto Plata to meet family, no chance of any mongering then.

    Will there be much action Christmas Eve and Christmas day or will all the women be with family?

    I have booked into the Hotel Planito. Can anyone tell me if there is any action there or recommend a better place?

    I love having two women, can anyone recommend a favorite pair?

    I get the impression that long time asking rates are somewhere around $US 200 for top end women. Is this correct? Would the Christmas time be a premium price or would the lack of clients mean a lower price?

    Where would I find some high-end women? I have read through a lot of posts but any places I can find on the map are a ways from my hotel. I was not planning on getting a car and I don't speak a word of Spanish. This is my first time to the DR and I don't know my way around at all.

    My preference would be to have them come to me at the hotel but I hate to order delivery sight unseen. Too many fakes online. Can anyone recommend any online ladies or agencies that are reliable?
    High end women sounds like an oxymoron. You can find expensive hookers anywhere you like. If they ask for $100 just offer them $200 and they will be high end. There certainly are some educated and beautiful female students who moonlight as hookers, but it will be very hard for you to find them, especially if you don't speak Spanish, and if you don't speak Spanish, it will hardly matter if they are articulate and cultured or not or whether they read Cervantes in bed.

    Since you don't speak Spanish, but you work in Haiti, you might consider looking for Haitian women in the DR, of whom there are many. Even knowing a small amount of Haitian Kreyol, which presumably you do, will be a huge help in striking up a conversation and getting things off on the right foot.

  15. #1241
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    I work in Haiti but want to come to Santiago DR to play. I work in Cap Haitian, Haiti and I can get to the border at Dajobon on a Saturday around 3 or 4 PM and want to go to Santiago but be back at the border as early as possible on Monday, say 9 AM or so.

    I have asked around but can only get a quote of around US $300 each way for a car and driver.

    I would take a local bus but cannot find any information on where to go and where to meet them at either end or any information on the schedule.

    I have in the past taken the Caribe Tour bus from Cap Haitian but it leaves too early on Saturday and gets back too late on Monday to be very useful for me.

    Can anyone help with some transportation ideas? Does anyone know of a reliable local who would be able to meet me at the border and get me back in time? My budget for this excursion is RD $5. 000 to 7,000 each way. Once it gets more than that then flying through Port au Prince and going somewhere else becomes a more economical option for a short fun holiday. I am open to any idea except a motorcycle for the trip.
    It is easy to find the local terminus for guaguas in Dajabon, it is within walking distance of the bridge to Haiti, but you can ask anyone. They seem to leave pretty frequently, as soon as a bus fills up, then it departs. For the return journey you might need to arrive in Dajabon in the evening and stay at one of the hotels there, or you may be able to get a very early morning bus from Santiago to Djabon and get there in time. I stayed in one near the center, but I forget what it is called. It was quite nice. There is a bus station (parada) for Djabon buses in Santiago. Again you will need to ask for the exact location. The bus takes about 2 to 2 1/2 hours to Santiago and the fare is cheap, I forget how much although it is actually only a few months since I last made that trip. I went on the local guagua express, but I think there are several bus services on that route. Those buses are subject to several spot checks by military and customs officials looking for undocumented Haitians, so they don't stop along the way or are not allowed to. The first stop may in fact be Navarete.

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