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  1. #7258

    Super hot chicas at Crystals

    There are at least 3 chicas hot hot that will do ANYTHING!

  2. #7257
    El Capitan opens between 11 and 12 noon. Here the chicas work till late in the afternoon--especially the not so popular chicas.

    They reopen around 8 PM.

    I would suggest Carolinas or Crystals (across the street) The also open around 11-12 and work until 4.

    Usually the pickings are slim in the afternoon at both clubs. Normally they are busy, but without the cruise ships there is not much business in the afternoon.
    They also dress casually in the afternoon.

    The best time to go is around 8-9 pm Monday through Thursday then the full staff is on duty. The weekends are rather busy and many chicas are out for TLN.
    They dress to kill in the evenings

    In fact the really hot ones you will most likely never see as they are either out of the club or constantly in the rooms.

    Some people like me, when they encounter a Very hot chica, take them out for days on end.

    Do not be discouraged and do not go with the first chica that approaches you, Wait 30 minutes and see what the field looks like and who just came out of the back rooms.

    Start by using the big head.

    If you find one you really like ket her whatsapp number . You can then reserve her at your convenience.
    The chicas are free from 4 ish till 7:30.
    You can take them to the beach or to late lunch. This is usually a freebie if you have chemistry.

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisFront  [View Original Post]
    Can someone confirm this? To my knowledge you don't need any kind of test to return to the mainland US (Alaska, Hawaii, Virgin Islands, etc, are the exception).

    Anyhow. My first time on the island, suggested times to visit El Captain & other spots on a Sunday or Weekdays?

  3. #7256

    Entry back into the USA

    The entry requirements vary from state to state.

    In New York, you must have a Covid PCR test within 3 days of arriving. On arrival you will be asked to fill out a contact form. . You then must self quarantine for 3 days and on the 4th day take another Covid test.

    You will then be constantly pestered on your phone and by email to confirm the results.

    I assume it varies from state to state.

    I AM GOING ANYWAY, THE LITTLE HEAD IS IN CONTROL.

    Travel. State. Gov Travel Advisories Sint Maarten Travel Advisory.


    Sint Maarten Travel Advisory.

    Travel Advisory.

    August 6, 2020 Sint Maarten. Level 3: Reconsider Travel.

    Reconsider travel to Sint Maarten due to health and safety measures and COVID-related conditions.

    Read the Department of State's COVID-19 page before you plan any international travel.  8239;.

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a level 4 Travel Health Notice for Sint Maarten due to COVID-19.  8239;.

    Sint Maarten has lifted stay at home orders, and resumed some transportation options and business operations. Visit the Consulate's COVID-19 page for more information on COVID-19 in Sint Maarten.

    Read the country information page.

    If you decide to travel to Sint Maarten:

    See the USA Consulate's web page regarding COVID-19.  .

    Visit the CDC's webpage on Travel and COVID-19.

    Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts and make it easier to locate you in an emergency.

    Follow the Department of State on Facebook and Twitter.

    USA Citizens who travel abroad should always have a contingency plan for emergency situations. Review the Traveler's Checklist.

    Last Update: Reissued with updates to COVID-19 informa.

  4. #7255

    First Timer on the Island

    Quote Originally Posted by Mel365  [View Original Post]
    FYI to return to the USA you need a test within 3 days of your return.
    Can someone confirm this? To my knowledge you don't need any kind of test to return to the mainland US (Alaska, Hawaii, Virgin Islands, etc, are the exception).

    Anyhow. My first time on the island, suggested times to visit El Captain & other spots on a Sunday or Weekdays?

  5. #7254
    Quote Originally Posted by Mel365  [View Original Post]
    http://www.simpsonbaymedicalclinic.com/

    The chica tried to make an appointment for next week and they are booked through January 10. They said I would need to go to a doctor to get the test.

    I used this clinic when we arrived last month. The doctor came aboard and gave us the test. We got the results the next day.

    I made an appointment for the chica with them and for me to return.

    P.S. The authorities only accept the rt-PCR test. Any other covid test is not acceptable.

    I was able to find a lab here that prints rt-PCR on the results even though most PCR tests are rt- .

    The doctor costs $50- plus the lab work $70-.
    Medical clinic information very helpful. Much appreciated.

  6. #7253

    Travel Requirements to enter SXM

    https://stmaartenehas.com/travel-requirements



    A PCR test is not acceptable only an rt-PCR test.

  7. #7252

    COVID UPDATE sxm

    http://www.simpsonbaymedicalclinic.com/

    The chica tried to make an appointment for next week and they are booked through January 10. They said I would need to go to a doctor to get the test.

    I used this clinic when we arrived last month. The doctor came aboard and gave us the test. We got the results the next day.

    I made an appointment for the chica with them and for me to return.

    P.S. The authorities only accept the rt-PCR test. Any other covid test is not acceptable.

    I was able to find a lab here that prints rt-PCR on the results even though most PCR tests are rt- .

    The doctor costs $50- plus the lab work $70-.

    I also had a STD screen run.

    You will also have to fill out a form on line and send the image of the test results. They can take up to 24 hours to give you the ok to land. No ok form-go home!!

    Did I mention St Maarten is the FRIENDLY ISLAND-they can kiss my ass.

    1. A rt-PCR test for the SARS-COV-2 virus obtained from a naso-pharyngeal swab performed within 120 hours prior to departure to Sint Maarten (last leg in case of connecting flights) is required for all travelers originating from a country that is categorized as high or moderate risk. Other tests such as antibody tests and tests performed outside of the 120 hours period will not be accepted. Results from home covid-19 collection test kits will also not be accepted. Airlines might require you to show a negative lab test result.

    2. Alternatively, travelers originating from a country that is categorized as high or moderate risk can do an antigen test for the SARS-COV-2 virus obtained from a naso-pharyngeal swab performed within 48 hours prior to departure to Sint Maarten. Only the following antigen tests are approved: the Becton Dickinson (BD) Veritor Plus, the Abbott Panbio, the Abott BinaxNow and the Roche / SD Biosensor F antigen tests. Tests performed outside of the 48 hours period or other brand and type of antigen tests will not be accepted.

  8. #7251

    Mel

    Quote Originally Posted by Mel365  [View Original Post]
    I just spoke with the chica I am going to visit next week. She says at her club they are tested every other week.

    I asked her to go get a test the day before I arrive. I will pay for the test and the taxi.

    FYI to return to the USA you need a test within 3 days of your return. I had mine done at the Health Care Laboratory in the Orange Grove shopping center near the old Harley dealer. It cost $70- and you get the results within 24 hours. I would suggest you go there to make an appointment the day you arrive. The lab is very busy and you will not get an appointment within a few days of your leaving.

    I think the Covid test is a crap shoot, If you go with a chica that had the test 2 days ago, she might already be infected.
    But what the hell, my little brain does the thinking in SXM.
    This is great advice as usual; much appreciated. Hoping to get to SXM in early January if things don't get shut down again.

  9. #7250

    Knoteebuoy--COVID TESTING

    I just spoke with the chica I am going to visit next week. She says at her club they are tested every other week.

    I asked her to go get a test the day before I arrive. I will pay for the test and the taxi.

    FYI to return to the USA you need a test within 3 days of your return. I had mine done at the Health Care Laboratory in the Orange Grove shopping center near the old Harley dealer. It cost $70- and you get the results within 24 hours. I would suggest you go there to make an appointment the day you arrive. The lab is very busy and you will not get an appointment within a few days of your leaving.

    I think the Covid test is a crap shoot, If you go with a chica that had the test 2 days ago, she might already be infected.
    But what the hell, my little brain does the thinking in SXM.

    Quote Originally Posted by Knoteebuoy  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone know if Covid test are included in the girls weekly health checks?

  10. #7249

    Covid Testing?

    Does anyone know if Covid test are included in the girls weekly health checks?

  11. #7248

    Kaylie--El Capitan

    A recommendation from my wingman.

    Kaylie is from Cali. A definite spinner with nice C+ bolt ons. Very good looking.

    She loves to show you she squirts using a vibrator which she treats like the holy grail.

    Nice BBBJ and spits 8-9 on the BBBJ scale if you can get her to slow down. CFS.

    Room #1.

  12. #7247

    Chica Named Diamond at El Capitan

    My wingman just reported that she was with a dark skinned chica from Antigua--1st one I ever heard of form that island.

    He originally spoke to her in Spanish and she responded -don't you speak English.

    Got a BBBJ 7 out of 10. Face ok body muscular Sex just ok no enthusiasm. He was happy he only took the 1/2.

    She had a lot of Tats.

  13. #7246

    I had no such problem when arriving.

    Those rules were in effect when I arrived in SXM on the 13th. However I had a ships agent that handled all the paperwork for me.

    We arrived at 9 Am. The doctor was on the boat at 4 PM.
    The test results came back the next morning and all is well. We were free. She even got us a rental car delivered to the marina $185- all in including insurance for a week.

    Upon return to the USA, I had to have another test within 3 days of leaving. I arrive last Saturday had the test Tuesday and I am out of quarantine.

    The agent will handle all the paperwork for me to return by plane in 3 weeks.

    There are quite a few chicas in all the clubs. But less than normal for this time. At owners told me many more are coming soon.
    There are chicas from Antigua, the DR, Venezuela, Trinidad, and of course Colombia--many from Cali.

    Quote Originally Posted by ClubTed  [View Original Post]
    Have read the last couple of posts on here. Can't believe the chica bars are open when COVID is again spiking in the islands. And Mel, the only thing in place is a midnight closing? What the hell is that all about? Does the government of SXM think it's a night time virus? What's the deal with masks and social distancing? Are they regulating how many people can be in the bar at Carolina's? And the bars in Simpson Bay are up and running? Based on this latest update on entry requirements to SXM, it's going to be a realllll looooong time, before I ever make it back to the "Friendly Island."

    Updated travel entry requirements to Sint Maarten.

    Local.

    By Correspondent Nov. 25,2020.

    PHILIPSBURG. The Government of Sint Maarten has updated its entry requirements to ensure continued safety of travelers and residents as of November 25th, 2020.

    Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, Sint Maarten has established a mandatory health authorization application through an Electronic Health Authorization System (EHAS) available on www.stmaartenentry.com, for every visitor whether arriving by air, boat or in transit. This includes Sint Maarten and Sint Martin residents.

    Travelers residing on St. Maarten or traveling from low-risk countries are exempted from having the mandatory RT-PCR test. However, must test upon arrival at their own expense. Children below the age of 10 are exempted from the mandatory RT-PCR test. Crew members not in possession of a valid negative RT-PCR test, must self-quarantine until their departure flight.

    All arriving passengers must:

    1. Complete the online Health Authorization Declaration available on www.stmaartenentry.com , and print a copy to present at the Health Authorization checkpoint upon arrival.

    2. Have a RT-PCR test for the SARS-COV-2 virus obtained from a Naso-Pharyngeal swab only and performed within 120 hours (5 days) prior to departure to Sint Maarten (last leg in case of connecting flights);.

    Alternatively, passengers can have a Antigen Test for the SARS-COV-2 virus obtained from a Naso-Pharyngeal swab only and performed within 48 hours from the date of swab to departure.

    The only antigen tests accepted are:

    A). Abbott CGIA (Panbio COVID-19 Ag rapid test.

    B). Becton Dickinson (BD) CGIA BD Veritor COVID test.

    C). Roche / SD biosensor F test.

    3. Upload the original result of your test as soon as possible, as part of the Health Authorization application procedure, in order to be processed. Processing take can up to 12 hours. The test result should clearly specify the name of the laboratory, test subject name, test date, type of test administered and how the test sample was obtained. Typed, written or e-mail statements from doctors or non-laboratories will not be accepted.

    4. For travelers originating from a high-risk country, 14 consecutive days of self-monitoring of body temperature and possible flu like symptoms is mandatory. For travelers from a moderate risk country the mandatory self-monitoring period is 8 days.

    Please be informed that receiving pre-approval does not mean that you are cleared to enter St. Maarten. Upon arrival you must still pass through the additional medical screening measures at the Airport Health Checkpoint. All incoming passengers are subject to temperature checks and other screening protocols and may be subject to mandatory testing at their own expense. If re-tested upon arrival you will be expected to self-isolate or self-quarantine at your place of lodging / residence until the test results are known. Failure to adhere to screening upon arrival will result in you not being able to enter St. Maarten and being sent back to the country from which your flight originated.

    Upon Arrival:

    1. All travelers are subject to thermal screening and temperature checks upon arrival. If traveler (s) have a temperature of 38 degrees Celsius or higher and / or symptoms of coughing, runny nose or difficulty breathing, they will be treated as probable COVID-19 cases and will be subject to further health assessment by a Public Health Worker at the airport.

    Based on the information provided in the health assessment, the medical professionals on the airport will determine whether the traveler will need to be tested at the Airport Healthcare Center. In addition, the outcome of that health assessment will determine whether the traveler (s) can go to their place of lodging or to a designated quarantine hotel to be placed in quarantine until their RT-PCR test results return within maximum 24 -48 hrs of being tested.

    Costs for having to re-test upon arrival is $125. The timeframe to receive results are dependent on lab testing capacity and the number of local transmissions.

    A. If the RT-PCR / Rapid Antigen Test result is negative, the traveler (s) is taken off self-quarantine and are advised to self-monitor.

    B. If the RT-PCR / Rapid Antigen Test result is positive, person (s) will be treated as a confirmed COVID-19 case and shall follow the national isolation protocols as advised by Collective Prevention Services (CPS).

    2. All travelers above the age of 10 must have a mask in their possession for use upon disembarkation, which must be worn in all public areas throughout the duration of their stay in Sint Maarten.

    3. Have a printed copy of Health Authorization form to show upon arrival.

    There were some discrepancies in the previous protocols which have been adjusted, this is the most up to date protocol and is subject to changes as time progresses to ensure that the experience on Sint Maarten is positive and the risks remain at a minimum.

  14. #7245

    Found this on the Curacao Chronicle's website

    Have read the last couple of posts on here. Can't believe the chica bars are open when COVID is again spiking in the islands. And Mel, the only thing in place is a midnight closing? What the hell is that all about? Does the government of SXM think it's a night time virus? What's the deal with masks and social distancing? Are they regulating how many people can be in the bar at Carolina's? And the bars in Simpson Bay are up and running? Based on this latest update on entry requirements to SXM, it's going to be a realllll looooong time, before I ever make it back to the "Friendly Island."

    Updated travel entry requirements to Sint Maarten.

    Local.

    By Correspondent Nov. 25,2020.

    PHILIPSBURG. The Government of Sint Maarten has updated its entry requirements to ensure continued safety of travelers and residents as of November 25th, 2020.

    Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, Sint Maarten has established a mandatory health authorization application through an Electronic Health Authorization System (EHAS) available on www.stmaartenentry.com, for every visitor whether arriving by air, boat or in transit. This includes Sint Maarten and Sint Martin residents.

    Travelers residing on St. Maarten or traveling from low-risk countries are exempted from having the mandatory RT-PCR test. However, must test upon arrival at their own expense. Children below the age of 10 are exempted from the mandatory RT-PCR test. Crew members not in possession of a valid negative RT-PCR test, must self-quarantine until their departure flight.

    All arriving passengers must:

    1. Complete the online Health Authorization Declaration available on www.stmaartenentry.com , and print a copy to present at the Health Authorization checkpoint upon arrival.

    2. Have a RT-PCR test for the SARS-COV-2 virus obtained from a Naso-Pharyngeal swab only and performed within 120 hours (5 days) prior to departure to Sint Maarten (last leg in case of connecting flights);.

    Alternatively, passengers can have a Antigen Test for the SARS-COV-2 virus obtained from a Naso-Pharyngeal swab only and performed within 48 hours from the date of swab to departure.

    The only antigen tests accepted are:

    A). Abbott CGIA (Panbio COVID-19 Ag rapid test.

    B). Becton Dickinson (BD) CGIA BD Veritor COVID test.

    C). Roche / SD biosensor F test.

    3. Upload the original result of your test as soon as possible, as part of the Health Authorization application procedure, in order to be processed. Processing take can up to 12 hours. The test result should clearly specify the name of the laboratory, test subject name, test date, type of test administered and how the test sample was obtained. Typed, written or e-mail statements from doctors or non-laboratories will not be accepted.

    4. For travelers originating from a high-risk country, 14 consecutive days of self-monitoring of body temperature and possible flu like symptoms is mandatory. For travelers from a moderate risk country the mandatory self-monitoring period is 8 days.

    Please be informed that receiving pre-approval does not mean that you are cleared to enter St. Maarten. Upon arrival you must still pass through the additional medical screening measures at the Airport Health Checkpoint. All incoming passengers are subject to temperature checks and other screening protocols and may be subject to mandatory testing at their own expense. If re-tested upon arrival you will be expected to self-isolate or self-quarantine at your place of lodging / residence until the test results are known. Failure to adhere to screening upon arrival will result in you not being able to enter St. Maarten and being sent back to the country from which your flight originated.

    Upon Arrival:

    1. All travelers are subject to thermal screening and temperature checks upon arrival. If traveler (s) have a temperature of 38 degrees Celsius or higher and / or symptoms of coughing, runny nose or difficulty breathing, they will be treated as probable COVID-19 cases and will be subject to further health assessment by a Public Health Worker at the airport.

    Based on the information provided in the health assessment, the medical professionals on the airport will determine whether the traveler will need to be tested at the Airport Healthcare Center. In addition, the outcome of that health assessment will determine whether the traveler (s) can go to their place of lodging or to a designated quarantine hotel to be placed in quarantine until their RT-PCR test results return within maximum 24 -48 hrs of being tested.

    Costs for having to re-test upon arrival is $125. The timeframe to receive results are dependent on lab testing capacity and the number of local transmissions.

    A. If the RT-PCR / Rapid Antigen Test result is negative, the traveler (s) is taken off self-quarantine and are advised to self-monitor.

    B. If the RT-PCR / Rapid Antigen Test result is positive, person (s) will be treated as a confirmed COVID-19 case and shall follow the national isolation protocols as advised by Collective Prevention Services (CPS).

    2. All travelers above the age of 10 must have a mask in their possession for use upon disembarkation, which must be worn in all public areas throughout the duration of their stay in Sint Maarten.

    3. Have a printed copy of Health Authorization form to show upon arrival.

    There were some discrepancies in the previous protocols which have been adjusted, this is the most up to date protocol and is subject to changes as time progresses to ensure that the experience on Sint Maarten is positive and the risks remain at a minimum.

  15. #7244

    Soggy dollar, piano bar

    Quote Originally Posted by Mel365  [View Original Post]
    Where do I locate these chicas??

    I am in Simpson Bay and never heard of them.
    Hi Mel, depends on the night but they were in soggy dollar last night as Tuesday night is Latin night so it's Perry popular. Piano bar in pelican also gets them Monday and Friday night if they are still busy nights.

    Tonight you may want to check out toppers and the club next door has ladies night if it's still every Wednesday.

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