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  1. #5178

    Translator

    Quote Originally Posted by Sailor02  [View Original Post]
    Greetings to all. I want to install WhatsApp on my monger phone and I would like to know how to use that auto translation function. I am not too tech savvy. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks and e safe. Sailor02.
    You have to have google translate installed as an ap and spanish installed, then hilite the message, then hit the copy icom in top right corner when whatsap is open, then google translate shud automatically open, on older phones you sometimes have to copy / paste and open gog trans manually.

  2. #5177

    Research?

    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenGreek  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    A few questions, I'm planning a solo trip on December 17th - 24th.

    First off anyone that wants to meet up and hang out let me know.

    I've heard this is a down / slow time. Is that accurate? How slow is it or when exactly does it become slow? When does it get slow exactly? Will I have a few days to enjoy myself?

    I understand the Dominican woman are dark, I love Latin woman, but prefer the dark olive skin to the really dark black kind. Are there any girls from other countries (Costa Rica, Colombia, Panama etc) and how rare are they?

    I have read thru the thread and I am hearing different prices / Some guys are quoting $35-50 whole others are stating $80-100. What is the normal price.

    Also is I'm looking for GFE action (DFK / BBBJ) what is the going rate for that and how much will or should it cost me?

    Finally, I'm mainly coming for the woman, the beach and sun and to party and go clubbing.

    Are there any popular clubs to meet non pros or are they all filled with working girls?

    Should I stay the entire time in Sosua or should I spend a day or two at another city?

    Thanks in advance!
    I can see you have done some research, your quote, I understand Dominican women are dark, about your question, should I stay the entire time in sosua, ask a local chica when you get here, she can help you with that one. All chicas would be extremely happy with $80-100 but I would suggest offering a little less.

  3. #5176

    Late night action.

    Where are the after parties of clubs / bars open late after the bars on the strip close?

    How far is Kviar from Sosua?

  4. #5175

    How to use Whatsapp translator

    Greetings to all. I want to install WhatsApp on my monger phone and I would like to know how to use that auto translation function. I am not too tech savvy. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks and e safe. Sailor02.

  5. #5174
    Quote Originally Posted by Parkinsons  [View Original Post]
    https://youtu.be/YDMDKbpRL3g

    A woman in the DR had to ask for help from police and the British Embassy -- to take this gringo's ass (arse) back to the UK. Met him online, thought she could get something out of him except she got played. He came on a one-way ticket and just lived off of her, wouldn't leave her house. Free pussies are sometimes indeed free.
    She should be humbly grateful for the opportunity to co-habitate with an English gentleman. She is now probably the only dominicana in Cotui who knows which fork to use and never to split an infinitive.

    UPDATE: I have just seen his name which suggests he is not English at all, but a sneaking , thieving, lying Welshman. In which case, ignore my previous remarks.

  6. #5173

    Monger of the year

    https://youtu.be/YDMDKbpRL3g

    A woman in the DR had to ask for help from police and the British Embassy -- to take this gringo's ass (arse) back to the UK. Met him online, thought she could get something out of him except she got played. He came on a one-way ticket and just lived off of her, wouldn't leave her house. Free pussies are sometimes indeed free.

  7. #5172
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    If you are doing a one way from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo there is around a $60 surcharge for dropping off at a different location. ... I have rented with different companies and I have noticed that many times if I made the reservation saying that I would return it at the same place, but ended up returning it at a different place, then I was not charged the extra fee.
    Forgot to ask: Do you happen to remember which companies didn't charge you the one-way fee? Barring a last-minute idea or option, it looks like I'll be renting a car in Punta Cana, and I'm hoping to drop it off at one of the agencies near the Jaragua in Santo Domingo.

    Thanks again.

  8. #5171
    Quote Originally Posted by NamasteParis  [View Original Post]
    If you intend just to travel between main cities, Caribe Tours and Metro Bus will do the job pretty good. From La Romana to SD, the Metro bus stop is inside Casa De Campo, at the Heliport parking. 500 pesos. On the Metro website, they say 'Servicio privado', but it's just a normal mini bus, and you don't need to book or pay in advance. Make sure you are on the parking few minutes in advance, as they respect the departure time at the second!

    http://www.metroserviciosturisticos.com/horarios
    Thanks for the info. Oddly, that site shows buses leaving Santo Domingo for Punta Cana, but it doesn't list any times for buses leaving Punta Cana heading west. It also lists prices for buses between Casa de Campo and Juan Dolio, but no schedule. (Typical for the the. Are. , I guess.).

    I figured there'd be some sort of shared shuttle from Punta Cana to La Romana / Casa de Campo at least a few times per day, where maybe five or 10 people share a van or small bus and pay $30 each or something, but I've yet to see anything like that, and I really don't want to pay $100 from Punta Cana to La Romana and then have to scramble to find a bus or car to San Pedro and then Santo Domingo.

    Do those guaguas have covered luggage storage or are they all still those old converted school buses that are okay for travelers but not great for travelers with luggage? Thanks again.

  9. #5170
    Quote Originally Posted by NamasteParis  [View Original Post]
    P4 P is non existent at La Romana..
    There is plenty of PFP in La Romana, Clubs Yajaira, Alto Rango, and Dubai all have working girls.

  10. #5169
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    I have driven that route plenty of times but only a few at night. If I am not mistaken, there is lighting throughout much of it. And like you said, the highway is fairly new. Just be sure to have some cash on you because there are 2 toll booths.
    Correct. One is 100 pesos, and the other one is 60 pesos, in cash.

    If you intend just to travel between main cities, Caribe Tours and Metro Bus will do the job pretty good. From La Romana to SD, the Metro bus stop is inside Casa De Campo, at the Heliport parking. 500 pesos. On the Metro website, they say 'Servicio privado', but it's just a normal mini bus, and you don't need to book or pay in advance. Make sure you are on the parking few minutes in advance, as they respect the departure time at the second!

    http://www.metroserviciosturisticos.com/horarios

    Between SD and Bavaro / Punta Cana, you have the Express Bavaro. It's straight without stop.

    http://www.expresobavaro.com/

    Yes, all these buses have huge luggage storage, just as big tour buses.

    But if you intend to visit the area, for example staying at Casa De Campo to visit Altos De Chavon (very recommended, see picture) or playa Minitas or playing golf, or going to Bayahibe and stay at Playa Dominicus, you have no other choice than renting a car. I understand that you stay at La Romana. If you rented a villa at Casa de Campo, DO NOT rent a golf cart, and rent a car. Distances are big in this resort, and you won't be able to go to downtown with your cart. At La Romana, have your breakfast at La Crema Pasteleria. I recommend their Hot Chocolate. P4 P is non existent at La Romana. If you bring a chica at Casa De Campo, you MUST register her in advance. IDs are required. There is a fee of 20 US $ / day / person, including you.

    When your car is delivered, make sure to take a photo of the contract, and a video of the car with the company guy, pointing every scratch / bump with your finger.

    My car had a lot of them, but when I returned it, they didn't say anything. Anyway, you just don't care if you take all insurances.
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  11. #5168
    Hi guys,

    A few questions, I'm planning a solo trip on December 17th - 24th.

    First off anyone that wants to meet up and hang out let me know.

    I've heard this is a down / slow time. Is that accurate? How slow is it or when exactly does it become slow? When does it get slow exactly? Will I have a few days to enjoy myself?

    I understand the Dominican woman are dark, I love Latin woman, but prefer the dark olive skin to the really dark black kind. Are there any girls from other countries (Costa Rica, Colombia, Panama etc) and how rare are they?

    I have read thru the thread and I am hearing different prices / Some guys are quoting $35-50 whole others are stating $80-100. What is the normal price.

    Also is I'm looking for GFE action (DFK / BBBJ) what is the going rate for that and how much will or should it cost me?

    Finally, I'm mainly coming for the woman, the beach and sun and to party and go clubbing.

    Are there any popular clubs to meet non pros or are they all filled with working girls?

    Should I stay the entire time in Sosua or should I spend a day or two at another city?

    Thanks in advance!

  12. #5167
    Quote Originally Posted by JLMiami  [View Original Post]
    I've been to the Dominican about 10 times, but I've never rented a car there and I haven't been on the highway between Punta Cana and Santo Domingo in probably a decade, so I don't know the conditions, etc. I've heard there's a new, excellent highway between Punta Cana and La Romana and / or San Pedro. Coral Highway?

    I speak fairly good Spanish and will have one large suitcase. (Do those guaguas have storage for luggage? I know those run from La Romana and San Pedro to Santo Domingo, but in the pictures they all look like converted schoolbuses with only rooftop storage, which I have no interest in using).

    I'll be landing in Punta Cana right as it's getting dark and I need to get to La Romana that night, so I might not have a choice about driving in the dark that first 30 miles. But I'll keep your warning in mind if I drive further west. Does your warning apply even to the highway between San Pedro and Santo Domingo? That looks like a 75-minute drive but all on the same road, and I wouldn't be driving in Santo Domingo at all.) Thanks.
    The road is fairly new from Punta Cana to San Pedro but you also have the toll road bypasses that avoid the cities like La Romana. The toll roads are mostly deserted so have change. My advice would be to gas up and get the personal cell phone number from someone who works at the checkout counter in case of a problem. The drive is pretty smooth but watch out for hookers on the side of the road between San Pedro and Boca chica.

  13. #5166
    Quote Originally Posted by JLMiami  [View Original Post]
    I'll be landing in Punta Cana right as it's getting dark and I need to get to La Romana that night, so I might not have a choice about driving in the dark that first 30 miles. But I'll keep your warning in mind if I drive further west. Does your warning apply even to the highway between San Pedro and Santo Domingo? That looks like a 75-minute drive but all on the same road, and I wouldn't be driving in Santo Domingo at all.) Thanks.
    I have driven that route plenty of times but only a few at night. If I am not mistaken, there is lighting throughout much of it. And like you said, the highway is fairly new. Just be sure to have some cash on you because there are 2 toll booths.

  14. #5165
    Quote Originally Posted by MrGogo  [View Original Post]
    It's fairly easy to make the bus connection from PUJ to Santo Domingo but first you need to supply some valuable information. Is this your first DR visit? How is your Spanish? How much luggage will you have?
    I've been to the Dominican about 10 times, but I've never rented a car there and I haven't been on the highway between Punta Cana and Santo Domingo in probably a decade, so I don't know the conditions, etc. I've heard there's a new, excellent highway between Punta Cana and La Romana and / or San Pedro. Coral Highway?

    I speak fairly good Spanish and will have one large suitcase. (Do those guaguas have storage for luggage? I know those run from La Romana and San Pedro to Santo Domingo, but in the pictures they all look like converted schoolbuses with only rooftop storage, which I have no interest in using).

    I also drive frequently in the DR but never at night. It's too many traps that come out way when " gringo driving at night". From potholes that ruin wheels that you never see coming to bandits waiting for a drunk gringo. Not to mention the cops trying to get rich on a gringo slipping at night.
    I'll be landing in Punta Cana right as it's getting dark and I need to get to La Romana that night, so I might not have a choice about driving in the dark that first 30 miles. But I'll keep your warning in mind if I drive further west. Does your warning apply even to the highway between San Pedro and Santo Domingo? That looks like a 75-minute drive but all on the same road, and I wouldn't be driving in Santo Domingo at all.) Thanks.

  15. #5164
    Quote Originally Posted by OldKool  [View Original Post]
    I rented a car one time in the DR and will never do it again. IYou are responsible for any ding or chip which is very posible on the DR roads. I have been to the DR over 20 times and have enjoyed every trip without renting cars. Mr E once totaled a car in the DR and has done some things sane people would not consider. I use the local services and get to everywhere I need with little trouble. Caribe Tours and Metro bus are 1st rate and cheap. Most times I do not know dtirections or where to park. I like to keep things simple. To each his own.
    This is the problem: Caribe and Metro don't operate between Punta Cana and Santo Domingo, except by charter.

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