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  1. #30054

    Great Report

    I have not had the pleasure of the FKK. It sounds like a great place to visit. The action in the DR is very unscripted. You have no idea what you are going to get when you take one of these ladies home. I have some things on the kinky side I do with the ladies. I have a few ladies who also have som kinks. This makes thinks very interesting.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    I recently was in Frankfurt and visited one of the FKKs, I have visited before. The place is the same, location wise as well as the facility. Still has a kino, two saunas. One at 60, the other at 90 degree Celsius plus a steam bath, a whole bunch of private rooms and sofas all over, in addition to an eating place and two bars. The place would not accept any currency other than Euros and the exchange rate was VERY poor. I had very little of the local currency but the women, fortunately did take dollars.

    Women go around mostly in the nude. Unlike last time, I found fewer women but it was early and I had to leave early. The ones that came to chat or to hook up, were Romanians, Serbian. East Europeans in general. I asked a Nadia, if there were any Latinas. She said no. I did see a black woman but did not chat her up. I went and sat in the kino, after I had been to the sauna, and had some food. The movie theater, instead of chairs, have large bedlike contraptions and so it is easy to do what you wish to do, out there in the open, if you have a bit of an exhibitionist in you. In fact, there was this German guy who came in with two women and was sucked well as he came, screaming. Then there was a young guy who came in with two women too, but was too shy to do anything out there. I like this place and recall well working on a Russian, last time I was there. This time, I had a Serbian girl approach me and chatted for a while, then came another Romanian girl. My time was running short and so I decided to go with her and she preferred a private space. Knowing the Romanians speak Italian fairly well, as soon as I opened my mouth, she returned the volley with a whole bunch of Italian words like "pompino" and "scopare" - that most likely did not mean anything to her but got me flushed. Hearing such words free flowing out of the mouth of a very pretty 21 year old.

    The sex was indifferent and the money outlay was large. Apparently coming in mouth, fingering my prostrate and such other paraphernalia all have their own addendum. I left 200 dollars poor but I must say, I was not in the mood to negotiate nor did I have the time plus the choices were not too many, even though there were not too many men at about 1 in the afternoon.

    I could not help but think that while the place was nice and comfortable, with German efficiency (even with the front men and women being all East Europeans), I really miss the naturalness of the DR women. They would often not know what a prostrate massage is and would shudder at the thought of Anal (a woman at the FKK told me, it was very normal for German men), I still enjoy the plain vanilla sex compared to the mechanical fancy acts at the FKK. I cannot blame them, another woman told me, when I asked her and she was very candid, that sex is not something she enjoys but it is just a deed one does. In contrast, I would think, some of the women I consort with in the DR, actually get off.

  2. #30053

    FKK vs. The DR.

    I recently was in Frankfurt and visited one of the FKKs, I have visited before. The place is the same, location wise as well as the facility. Still has a kino, two saunas. One at 60, the other at 90 degree Celsius plus a steam bath, a whole bunch of private rooms and sofas all over, in addition to an eating place and two bars. The place would not accept any currency other than Euros and the exchange rate was VERY poor. I had very little of the local currency but the women, fortunately did take dollars.

    Women go around mostly in the nude. Unlike last time, I found fewer women but it was early and I had to leave early. The ones that came to chat or to hook up, were Romanians, Serbian. East Europeans in general. I asked a Nadia, if there were any Latinas. She said no. I did see a black woman but did not chat her up. I went and sat in the kino, after I had been to the sauna, and had some food. The movie theater, instead of chairs, have large bedlike contraptions and so it is easy to do what you wish to do, out there in the open, if you have a bit of an exhibitionist in you. In fact, there was this German guy who came in with two women and was sucked well as he came, screaming. Then there was a young guy who came in with two women too, but was too shy to do anything out there. I like this place and recall well working on a Russian, last time I was there. This time, I had a Serbian girl approach me and chatted for a while, then came another Romanian girl. My time was running short and so I decided to go with her and she preferred a private space. Knowing the Romanians speak Italian fairly well, as soon as I opened my mouth, she returned the volley with a whole bunch of Italian words like "pompino" and "scopare" - that most likely did not mean anything to her but got me flushed. Hearing such words free flowing out of the mouth of a very pretty 21 year old.

    The sex was indifferent and the money outlay was large. Apparently coming in mouth, fingering my prostrate and such other paraphernalia all have their own addendum. I left 200 dollars poor but I must say, I was not in the mood to negotiate nor did I have the time plus the choices were not too many, even though there were not too many men at about 1 in the afternoon.

    I could not help but think that while the place was nice and comfortable, with German efficiency (even with the front men and women being all East Europeans), I really miss the naturalness of the DR women. They would often not know what a prostrate massage is and would shudder at the thought of Anal (a woman at the FKK told me, it was very normal for German men), I still enjoy the plain vanilla sex compared to the mechanical fancy acts at the FKK. I cannot blame them, another woman told me, when I asked her and she was very candid, that sex is not something she enjoys but it is just a deed one does. In contrast, I would think, some of the women I consort with in the DR, actually get off.

  3. #30052
    Gentlemen,

    Thank you very much for the contacts for realtors and law firm -very much appreciated. I have enough to get the homework started.

    Frankfurt.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yanqui69  [View Original Post]
    A number of years ago, I had a good experience with Juan Perdomo Century21 in Sosua. Another realtor, DRProperties, has been featured on the American cable television show, House Hunters International. I wll also PM you the email address of a Canadian lady I know that manages rental condos, etc. And can offer real estate commentary.

  4. #30051
    Quote Originally Posted by Manizales911  [View Original Post]
    Scandinavia has changed ownership, my friends John and Ken own it now and it is called Rehab. I have not eaten there as they just started serving food a week or two ago and they are still figuring things out.
    What a great name REHAB, now when asked we can say that we are going to rehab, LMAO!

    The Tall Man.

  5. #30050
    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfurt  [View Original Post]
    Anyone has recommendation for 'honest' real estate agent in Sosua area and an honest real estate lawyer although 'honest' and 'lawyer' in the same sentence would be an oxymoron.

    Interested in investment / retirement property such as the ones across from Alicia Beach or farther down on the beach little far from the 'main drag' but still close to the action when need be.

    Also any residents, expats have any input on the current state of real estate prices for oceanview condos / apartments. I am looking at point2 homes dot com. Feel free to PM and thanks for any pointers.

    Thanks,

    Frankfurt.
    A number of years ago, I had a good experience with Juan Perdomo Century21 in Sosua. Another realtor, DRProperties, has been featured on the American cable television show, House Hunters International. I wll also PM you the email address of a Canadian lady I know that manages rental condos, etc. And can offer real estate commentary.

  6. #30049
    Quote Originally Posted by OldKool  [View Original Post]
    There is a german place next door to Bourbon Street. It has a big menu from german, Asain and Dominican. The food was very good and the price was right.
    You are right. Scnitzel Palace, owned by Austrians. Food is very good plus excellent Viennese desserts. The breakfast there is very good too, plus people watching without even twitching a muscle. They charge the ridiculous DR sales taxes etc though that I have not seen in places outside of Pedro Clissante.

  7. #30048
    Quote Originally Posted by Manizales911  [View Original Post]
    Scandinavia has changed ownership, my friends John and Ken own it now and it is called Rehab. I have not eaten there as they just started serving food a week or two ago and they are still figuring things out.
    Damn! The filet with peppercorn sauce and the ribs were excellent!

  8. #30047
    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfurt  [View Original Post]
    Anyone has recommendation for 'honest' real estate agent in Sosua area and an honest real estate lawyer although 'honest' and 'lawyer' in the same sentence would be an oxymoron.

    Interested in investment / retirement property such as the ones across from Alicia Beach or farther down on the beach little far from the 'main drag' but still close to the action when need be.

    Also any residents, expats have any input on the current state of real estate prices for oceanview condos / apartments. I am looking at point2 homes dot com. Feel free to PM and thanks for any pointers.

    Thanks,

    Frankfurt.
    The ONLY law firm that you should use is Guzman Ariza, they are the largest law firm in the country and they don't screw around, they will quote you a fee structure prior to retaining their services and will stick to it. They are also the most expensive but in this case you get what you pay for. I retained probably the second most recommended lawyer in Sosua and he has jerked me around three ways to Sunday, Guzman would never do that. For realtors I would recommend Amanda Petty, very honest gal and very knowledgable. Be as cautious with hiring a realtor as you are with hiring a lawyer, realtors are not regulated, anyone can call themselves a realtor in the DR.

  9. #30046
    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    LOL. Posted as found. I don't spell check direct quotes from posters, eh?

    Are you in the area? How about an update on some of the better restaurants around town? Scandinavia still the best one on the beach? I'm leery of checking them all out, but I'm getting tired of home made Dominican soup! Baileys and Terra Linda are not what they used to be, and Bologna is current my go to for consistent value and quality.
    Scandinavia has changed ownership, my friends John and Ken own it now and it is called Rehab. I have not eaten there as they just started serving food a week or two ago and they are still figuring things out.

  10. #30045

    Next door to Bourbon Street "Schnitzel I think

    There is a german place next door to Bourbon Street. It has a big menu from german, Asain and Dominican. The food was very good and the price was right.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    LOL. Posted as found. I don't spell check direct quotes from posters, eh?

    Are you in the area? How about an update on some of the better restaurants around town? Scandinavia still the best one on the beach? I'm leery of checking them all out, but I'm getting tired of home made Dominican soup! Baileys and Terra Linda are not what they used to be, and Bologna is current my go to for consistent value and quality.

  11. #30044

    Realtor Sosua area.

    Anyone has recommendation for 'honest' real estate agent in Sosua area and an honest real estate lawyer although 'honest' and 'lawyer' in the same sentence would be an oxymoron.

    Interested in investment / retirement property such as the ones across from Alicia Beach or farther down on the beach little far from the 'main drag' but still close to the action when need be.

    Also any residents, expats have any input on the current state of real estate prices for oceanview condos / apartments. I am looking at point2 homes dot com. Feel free to PM and thanks for any pointers.

    Thanks,

    Frankfurt.

  12. #30043
    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    Are you in the area? How about an update on some of the better restaurants around town? Scandinavia still the best one on the beach? I'm leery of checking them all out, but I'm getting tired of home made Dominican soup! Baileys and Terra Linda are not what they used to be, and Bologna is current my go to for consistent value and quality.
    I am not too familiar with those on the beach but I have heard good things about the "Scandinavian" place, even after the Management change. I have not been back to Bologna, since the Italian owner sold off his stake. My go to place was the restaurant at the hotel New Garden, which is where Gogo found me when I was there last, early July. Too bad you were not there then. The Italian chef (and stake holder in the restaurant) told me he was going back to Italy, end of July and I am not going to recommend it for now even though I suspect it would not be too shabby. The "Germany (bar and grill? Restaurant on the road heading out to Cabarete is another good place for me. If you like fresh sausages and schnitzel and sauerkraut. They had a buffet, on Thursday evenings, if I recall right for a fixed price. I was hoping the French restaurant would survive but it did not, tant pis! If you know where Playa Punta Rucia is (closer to Santiago). I had eaten unbelievably well at a French hotel / restaurant there so I miss French cuisine. I am told the restaurant at Don Andres is good and that the Dutch owner was the ex owner of Orchidee, right before (or after, depending on which way you are heading) Terra Linda. I ate at Orchidee and thought food was good there. There should be a Czech restaurant on Ayuntamiento, close to Bologna. I know nothing of their cuisine but I was told it had buttery / white sauces, in case you are feeling like experimenting. As you would notice, I have not recommended a hamburger / steak place. Not my first choice, when there is real food around.

  13. #30042
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    Good stories and good summary. BTW, is "outlaying" Canadian for outlying?
    LOL. Posted as found. I don't spell check direct quotes from posters, eh?

    Are you in the area? How about an update on some of the better restaurants around town? Scandinavia still the best one on the beach? I'm leery of checking them all out, but I'm getting tired of home made Dominican soup! Baileys and Terra Linda are not what they used to be, and Bologna is current my go to for consistent value and quality.

  14. #30041
    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    "Good" is a relative term.
    Good stories and good summary. BTW, is "outlaying" Canadian for outlying?

  15. #30040

    Luz Maria.

    Any one seen Luz Maria lately? She used to work at M & M, but is not there any more. I always liked her massage, no extras BTW.

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