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  1. #31011

    Scotiabank ATM

    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    It's slow season here, so If you have been here before, and are arriving during the day, I would wait until you get here, have a cool drink, park your bag there, and check out the 4 main recommended chica friendly hotels in town, mentioned below.

    If you have never been here before, or arriving at night, I would book a room for the first night, get a good night's sleep and take a short walk around town after breakfast to get your bearings, and see where you'd like to be for the rest of your trip.

    As to ATMs, I love them. I don't like carrying cash around with me, so I would bring a few dollar bills, and get the rest from ATMs (there's one at the airport) I'm Canadian so, ATM's give me the best rate for pesos, even with the service charge. It also provides an online record of my daily spending.

    Other guys don't use ATMs and prefer to change their USA Dollars in town and can get a better rate!

    You can use your smart phone here but the roaming charges can be a nightmare. Unless you have an unlocked phone that can take a local SIM card, like i do, guys borrow or buy a cheap local phone.

    Others here may give you some pointers too!

    Have fun!
    Avoid the scotiabank ATM at superpola, I personally know 3 persons had major probs there within the past year, a good rule to follow is only use an ATM at located at a bank, I make the trip to cabarete if I want to get cash on my my scotiabank card. plus the atm at superpola is usually out of service half the time anyway
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  2. #31010
    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesPooter  [View Original Post]
    I cannot speak for Santo Domingo but on the North Coast the inconvenience of the hurricane season is greatly exaggerated. I have lived here ten years and can only remember a couple of times my day has been ruined by weather. Generally the weather is great in summer.
    I know. I only answered the question asked before: why summer in DR is considered low season. Answer: weather is 'worse' than in January / Feb. It doesn't mean there are hurricanes or storms everyday, but still, as a tourist point of view, few days of rain are worse than none.

  3. #31009
    Quote Originally Posted by NamasteParis  [View Original Post]
    Very simple: Weather.

    What we call sunny summer somewhere is rainy season somewhere else, especially Caribbean countries (hurricane season).

    http://www.thebesttimetovisit.com/we...lleeng-78.html
    I cannot speak for Santo Domingo but on the North Coast the inconvenience of the hurricane season is greatly exaggerated. I have lived here ten years and can only remember a couple of times my day has been ruined by weather. Generally the weather is great in summer.

  4. #31008
    Quote Originally Posted by JSmith80  [View Original Post]
    I never understood why the summer season would be the slow season. Isn't the summer time when most people go on vacation?
    Very simple: Weather.

    What we call sunny summer somewhere is rainy season somewhere else, especially Caribbean countries (hurricane season).

    http://www.thebesttimetovisit.com/we...lleeng-78.html

  5. #31007
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Snow birds get away from where they live during the winter and go back to the good weather during the summer. Most tourists will go to Punta Cana, which will be busier in the summer than the winter. The north coast is worn out when compared to Punta Cana where everything is fresh and new and appeals more to tourists. There are nowhere near as many families and romantic couples going there than Punta Cana.
    The exception is Brits, because their summer weather is nothing to write home about and many families come here during the school holidays.

  6. #31006

    Beach

    This one goes out to Old Kool:

    Antonio hit me up and told me to come down to the beach; there are a ton of women.

    That muthafucka!
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  7. #31005
    Quote Originally Posted by JSmith80  [View Original Post]
    I never understood why the summer season would be the slow season. Isn't the summer time when most people go on vacation?
    Snow birds get away from where they live during the winter and go back to the good weather during the summer. Most tourists will go to Punta Cana, which will be busier in the summer than the winter. The north coast is worn out when compared to Punta Cana where everything is fresh and new and appeals more to tourists. There are nowhere near as many families and romantic couples going there than Punta Cana.

  8. #31004

    Slow Season.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    It's slow season here, so If you have been here before, and are arriving during the day, I would wait until you get here, have a cool drink, park your bag there, and check out the 4 main recommended chica friendly hotels in town, mentioned below.

    If you have never been here before, or arriving at night, I would book a room for the first night, get a good night's sleep and take a short walk around town after breakfast to get your bearings, and see where you'd like to be for the rest of your trip.

    As to ATMs, I love them. I don't like carrying cash around with me, so I would bring a few dollar bills, and get the rest from ATMs (there's one at the airport) I'm Canadian so, ATM's give me the best rate for pesos, even with the service charge. It also provides an online record of my daily spending.

    Other guys don't use ATMs and prefer to change their USA Dollars in town and can get a better rate!

    You can use your smart phone here but the roaming charges can be a nightmare. Unless you have an unlocked phone that can take a local SIM card, like i do, guys borrow or buy a cheap local phone.

    Others here may give you some pointers too!

    Have fun!
    I never understood why the summer season would be the slow season. Isn't the summer time when most people go on vacation?

  9. #31003
    Quote Originally Posted by Doc8008  [View Original Post]
    Chica proof room?
    I can't offer too much advice there given my limited experience in the DR. However, that limited experience did teach me one thing: don't leave anything in sight that you don't want the girl to leave with. The first girl I brought up to my room down in BC, surveyed the room with her eyes, locked onto a set up of earbuds that were still in the plastic package on the dresser. She picked them up, ran her hands along them and gave this sad look, and I knew what she wanted. She hadn't taken her clothes off and already she was wanting to be gifted. Fortunately for her, she did a very good job for 1000 DOP. I let her leave with the earbuds, which only cost me $8 and made her happy.) I think anytime you can have an hour of good sex and make the girl happy for $30 USD total, you've gotten a deal and a half).

    Other girls I brought up to that room, also did a quick visual of the premises. When one decided she wasn't leaving without what she thought she should be getting (she said she was not a prostitute and she just wanted a boyfriend), she started looking around the room frantically and demanded "Do you have anything here you can give me?" No, now take the money I gave you ($1000 DOP) and get out.

    Oh, and I encountered two girls on that trip who told me they were not prostitutes, they were just looking for a boyfriend. I have to think this happens more often than you might expect, given I encountered it twice on the same weekend (once in SD and once in BC). Whether or not you want to play their half ass game is up to you. But back to your question, I think you should secure your room with any woman, in any country. However, Dominicanas seem to be especially keen on scoping out your belongings.

  10. #31002
    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesPooter  [View Original Post]
    I live here now but in the three years I was only "tripping" I relied on ATMs. If you do the same I would recommend:

    1) Advise your bank well before you leave. First World banks are rightly suspicious of the DR, one of the most corrupt and incompetent nations on earth, and might block your card if they unexpectedly see sizable sums being frequently withdrawn here. You might want to nominate a maximum amount to be withdrawn to protect your account.

    2) Bring at least two cards in case one ceases to function for any reason.

    3) Draw money during banking hours inside the bank at the teller counter. You will need your passport. This is safer than doing so on the street, you will not be in danger of having your card cloned, and you can ask for a selection of small bills and change (which can be elusive otherwise, leading to over-paying). You might want to write down a "shopping list" to make things clearer to the teller. For example to draw RD $20,000 (about US $400) I ask for:

    10 x RD $1000.

    10 x RD $500.

    10 x RD $200.

    10 x RD $100.

    20 x RD $50.

    RD $1000 en moneda (coins).

    4) If you must draw money outside banking hours, use an ATM outside a bank. These will normally have a security man on guard. Also, if the machine eats your card or fails to issue cash, the matter will be more easily resolved if you go straight to the bank when it opens next day. For an ATM in a store or filling station, it could take days to resolve, with all parties passing the buck.

    5) When using an ATM draw an "odd" amount, such as RD $4900 (rather than RD $5000). This will give you some smaller bills.
    Good advice as usual, Charles.

    Especially No. 2. Having your only card eaten by a machine can be a real pain here.

    As is No. 5. The ATM machines can be quirky, and sometimes will not dispense your cash, even though you have gone through the routine and got a receipt. This happened to me at the airport last time. Taking out a slightly different amount each time, helps you keep track of any disputed transactions on your account. A long series of same amount transactions can be hard to reconcile, because Friday, Saturday or Sunday withdrawals may all show up as Monday's. Especially if you utilize more than one bank.

    Progresso and Populair ATMs are the most reliable, IMHO

  11. #31001
    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesPooter  [View Original Post]
    1) Advise your bank well before you leave.
    2019. With my bank, Charles Schwab, I can do this in 2 seconds on the app. Most of the time I do it on the plane when I am leaving.

  12. #31000
    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    As to ATMs, I love them. I don't like carrying cash around with me, so I would bring a few dollar bills, and get the rest from ATMs
    I live here now but in the three years I was only "tripping" I relied on ATMs. If you do the same I would recommend:

    1) Advise your bank well before you leave. First World banks are rightly suspicious of the DR, one of the most corrupt and incompetent nations on earth, and might block your card if they unexpectedly see sizable sums being frequently withdrawn here. You might want to nominate a maximum amount to be withdrawn to protect your account.

    2) Bring at least two cards in case one ceases to function for any reason.

    3) Draw money during banking hours inside the bank at the teller counter. You will need your passport. This is safer than doing so on the street, you will not be in danger of having your card cloned, and you can ask for a selection of small bills and change (which can be elusive otherwise, leading to over-paying). You might want to write down a "shopping list" to make things clearer to the teller. For example to draw RD $20,000 (about US $400) I ask for:

    10 x RD $1000.

    10 x RD $500.

    10 x RD $200.

    10 x RD $100.

    20 x RD $50.

    RD $1000 en moneda (coins).

    4) If you must draw money outside banking hours, use an ATM outside a bank. These will normally have a security man on guard. Also, if the machine eats your card or fails to issue cash, the matter will be more easily resolved if you go straight to the bank when it opens next day. For an ATM in a store or filling station, it could take days to resolve, with all parties passing the buck.

    5) When using an ATM draw an "odd" amount, such as RD $4900 (rather than RD $5000). This will give you some smaller bills.

  13. #30999
    Quote Originally Posted by Sammon  [View Original Post]
    I believe in having some emotional connection with girls even if they are ST. Yes, for them it is just another guy paying. But over the years I have met some who stayed with me number of days and we went everywhere and enjoyed. Many of them are very happy to be living well albeit for a few days. They do reciprocate in other ways.

    I do not believe in treating any girl badly irrespective of what she does for a living. All the same I will lock up all valuables and carry only local currency enough for the days activities.

    I have driven alone all hours of the night in DR and never had a problem. Once I had a flat tire and couple of locals changed the tire and refused to accept money. Nowadays all major roads have regular police vans cruising with their lights on. They are there to help any motorist and I have not seen any roadblock checking. I really like mountain road going from Sosua to Santiago. Once there was a tree limb blocking. Some guys moved it so that I can pass. Driving that road I have met few girls who are waiting for the bus. I have given them rides and successful in bedding few.
    You are right, of course! I was just being sarcastic. See my smily!

    Just reminding some guys who denigrate the very girls they are sharing a meal, a bed, and bodily fluids with, Lol.

    I get flamed all the time for giving the girls too much trust and respect!

    I trust and respect my own particular circle of chicas, and I get it back in spades! But I have known them for quite a while now. They've earned it.

    We all get off in different ways.

    Like you, I have many stories of the good will of Dominicans over the last 10 years, which is why I prefer them over the average Canadian in my home town, and choose to live among them. Nobody is perfect, but as my fellow Canadian buddy always says, "never have I seen people with so little, give so much"!

  14. #30998
    Quote Originally Posted by CkNice11  [View Original Post]
    So should I wait until I arrive to get a room? I was gone book one online but is it smarter to wait till you get there. Also should I not being cash? How safe is it to use ATM's there. I was going to bring cash then exchange it once I got there but should I just wait and use an ATM there? Also how is the phone service over there will I be able to use my cell phone with no issues.
    It's slow season here, so If you have been here before, and are arriving during the day, I would wait until you get here, have a cool drink, park your bag there, and check out the 4 main recommended chica friendly hotels in town, mentioned below.

    If you have never been here before, or arriving at night, I would book a room for the first night, get a good night's sleep and take a short walk around town after breakfast to get your bearings, and see where you'd like to be for the rest of your trip.

    As to ATMs, I love them. I don't like carrying cash around with me, so I would bring a few dollar bills, and get the rest from ATMs (there's one at the airport) I'm Canadian so, ATM's give me the best rate for pesos, even with the service charge. It also provides an online record of my daily spending.

    Other guys don't use ATMs and prefer to change their USA Dollars in town and can get a better rate!

    You can use your smart phone here but the roaming charges can be a nightmare. Unless you have an unlocked phone that can take a local SIM card, like i do, guys borrow or buy a cheap local phone.

    Others here may give you some pointers too!

    Have fun!

  15. #30997
    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    Some guys don't realize that when they are fucking a hoe, they are just a john, mark or a trick!

    Not some Hollywood adonis! LOL.
    I believe in having some emotional connection with girls even if they are ST. Yes, for them it is just another guy paying. But over the years I have met some who stayed with me number of days and we went everywhere and enjoyed. Many of them are very happy to be living well albeit for a few days. They do reciprocate in other ways.

    I do not believe in treating any girl badly irrespective of what she does for a living. All the same I will lock up all valuables and carry only local currency enough for the days activities.

    I have driven alone all hours of the night in DR and never had a problem. Once I had a flat tire and couple of locals changed the tire and refused to accept money. Nowadays all major roads have regular police vans cruising with their lights on. They are there to help any motorist and I have not seen any roadblock checking. I really like mountain road going from Sosua to Santiago. Once there was a tree limb blocking. Some guys moved it so that I can pass. Driving that road I have met few girls who are waiting for the bus. I have given them rides and successful in bedding few.

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