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  1. #31235
    Quote Originally Posted by Xpartan  [View Original Post]
    OK, so my 5-day Sosua break is behind me now. Here are a few observations you might find useful. My apologies for my writing style. There are very talented writers here who know how to describe sexual encounters in a way that gets you hard.
    Great report and great writing style. I do not read ISG to get my dick hard. I read ISG to get information that I can use. You did an excellent job of that in your reports. Thanks.

  2. #31234

    5 days in Sosua

    OK, so my 5-day Sosua break is behind me now. Here are a few observations you might find useful. My apologies for my writing style. There are very talented writers here who know how to describe sexual encounters in a way that gets you hard. I don't know how to do that. To me it's simply like I came, I cummed, I paid. Boring.

    ARRIVAL.

    Got into the VIP Arrival Lounge. Didn't see it there last year, is it new or did I not notice before? In any case, we got in with my Priority Pass card, had a couple of beers, coffee, and a sorry-ass sandwich, but the kicker is this. When we were ready, the attendant grabbed our bags, got us through the immigration, then through the customs, and let me tell you, that line that was huge and CRAWLING, and through the exit into the parking lot. We tipped him about $10, and that was $10 well-spent, LOL. We were the only people there, so I guess this thing hasn't caught on yet.

    For those of you, guys, who don't know, you can buy a Priority Pass, but it also comes with some premium credit cards and gives you free access to over 1,000 airport lounges all over the world, but I've never encountered this "fast track" service.

    We didn't check bags, but if you do, you can grab a couple of free beers or some more serious stuff while they get your luggage, and then they'll whisk you through. Nice!

    LODGING.

    We booked a pool villa in Hispaniola Residencial for $100 a night, and it was fantastic! I had some serious reservations about their weird chica policy, but it turned out to be all bullshit (thank you Oakie for putting my mind at ease).

    FOOD.

    Loved the restaurant at Hisponiola! The food was great, the ambiance even better, and there was a wonderful Flamenco show. Truly, an enjoyable night and a perfect place for a classy dinner with a real date.

    Other than that, we ate at Waterfront (Alicia Beach), the sports restaurant with huge screens across from the Bourbon Street, and a German restaurant, which name escapes me. The food was fine everywhere.

    CHICAS.

    The heat was intense. The town was half-empty. Most Pedro Gisante chicas were undoable.

    I already wrote about my bad experiences (actually was so pissed off that even posted in the wrong section (Sosua Hotels). To recap:

    Day 1. Sunday. Pulled a chica from Classico. Got to the room, started fucking. 10 minutes into the deed, come dreadful fake moans, then oh papi, then tu leche and shit. I knew where it was going so I told her to shut the fuck up in English and quite rudely, actually. To my surprise, she did. I somehow managed to bust a nut and kicked her out without further ado. She seemed quite perplexed, but fuck it. Not a total loss.

    Day 2. Got mild food poisoning. Stayed at the villa.

    Day 3. Pulled a Haitian girl off the street. Passed an interview with flying colors. Nice, friendly, soft-spoken, the only thing I didn't like was she had no phone. You can read what happened in the report I mistakenly posted in Sosua Hotels.

    Day 4. Got my wallet picked at the Merengue. Rushed to the villa to report it and cancel the card, briefly thought about making it back, then called it the night, the mood wasn't there.

    Day 5. Pulled a non-pro from a beach bar, and that was a highlight of my whole trip. She was well in her 30-s, but still had a killer ass and legs. While most of you, guys, wouldn't be interested in that age group, gee, what a difference she made! We had a few drinks, got in the pool, fooled around, talked, laughed, had more drinks, there was no rush and no discussion of time or money. Also no monster sex, but total GF experience, nice, tender, yet intense. Spent about 4 hours together before she went back to her 4 kids. Gave her 3 K (but she paid for a cab both ways) and a couple of gifts, which she appreciated.

    Classico was packed on Sunday but dead afterwards, as was City Lights, but I've never gotten there after 1 AM. Merengue was hopping.

    CONCLUSION.

    I'm not a Sosua basher. I came to Sosua for the first time 20 years ago and hated it. But after being there probably about dozen of times since then, it kinda grown on me. The obvious advantages are:

    1. Just a 3-hour flight from New York.

    2. 2 great beaches with clear and wonderful, Caribbean-quality water.

    3. Cheap international restaurants.

    4. Cheap and nicely developed upscale vacation ownership market (I'm baffled why so many of you guys are still staying at hotels).

    And yet, I have never experienced so many terrible encounters as I have in Sosua. I've mongered all over the world except Africa and the Pacific, and never met a hooker who was trying to get out of the deal BEFORE I would bust my nut. Only in Sosua. It's insane and not an isolated experience.

    That's a shame, really, because Sosua looks so promising. Could be a little Pattaya, only with a clean beach, if it weren't for the work "ethics" of these stupid, lazy and lying working girls.

    I don't mean you can't find a diamond in the rough, as I have, occasionally, but who needs the stress? The only way to truly enjoy it, IMHO, is to grow your own semi-pro list and ignore Pedro Gisante.

    This is not a point-and-click town for newbies, IMHO.

  3. #31233
    Quote Originally Posted by Wrx2005  [View Original Post]
    Why carry those cards in the 1st place if you don't need them? Inside Merengue and especially just out side on the street (really just about anywhere), pickpockets are always present waiting to catch their prey.

    The idea isn't to stroll out the door with the mindset of being willing to accept what you can afford to lose. A better mindset is not to bring things that you don't intend to use where you are going. You can't assume you can trust people just because they interact with you, and smile in your face. I have learned through the years living abroad, is that its risky assuming a friendly smile and inviting conversation is cause to be at ease and not be aware of a potential scam or ulterior motivation behind someone's sudden interest (The short and the long game). My way is to give individuals zero credibility. Prepare for the worst in people, but be flexible enough to embrace the good when it is genuine.
    You're right about zero credibility. A "rich" American tourist is always a target, and I know that, however:

    We went to eat first. I didn't know where we would be eating, so brought one card and a little cash, just in case.

    The passport card. I always carry it on me when abroad. It's better to lose that than an actual passport. Maybe you're right, and it's not necessary in Sosua, I don't know.

    Cash? It was less than $40. I don't know, you need to have some money on you, I guess.

    I don't know. Everyone has their own security method. I always carry a wallet in my pants though, after my childhood buddy who later became a semi-career criminal showed me how they casually "beat" the wallet out of a jacket. I presume the same method would work on a shirt pocket, too.

  4. #31232
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    A) I am pleased to note that you are a "Law and Order" person. I am not, more so in the wake of "Black lives matter" but as the Editor here reminds us, this is no place to talk about such irrelevant thing. I just gave my impression and have no interest in what the gossip says.

    B) I do not do regression analysis. I just stated what I saw, and so what if I am ridiculed? Perhaps as Oakie says, it is summer and the heat which explain lack of a lively evening or it is the big "finance" lobby, who have been silently investing and getting the place cleaned up, to get a better return but all that is mere speculation and I do not care about doing that.

    By the way, apologies to you all, for having even tried reading that ridiculously formatted script of mine. I just did my usual cut and paste and the code magicians produced that paw-paw.
    No biggie, Tempo, it's obviously a "one off" from a long time poster.

    But they should fix that automatic text correction, that can make a post nonsensical, and eats up editing time.

    A Report from the ground is worth a hundred opinions, rumors, and third hand "intel" from lurkers in the "peanut gallery"!

    I'm betting your Austrian Schnitzel place will be open by December, along with some others that invariably get a name change during slow season.

  5. #31231

    Sosua Petite Dominican Chick

    First time in the DR. Plenty of options on the streets, hanging around the disco club, saw a chick near new garden where there were less people and we were negotiating a price. She started to grab the crotch and twirling around for me to see. And I decided to go for it. Took her to the crib, she took a shower by herself and didn't let me in. Started off with a CBJ, made sure to show the kids some love as well. Then she turned around for some RCG but I smelled something funky. It wasn't too bad but there was a small stench. Pounded away and blasted in the raincoat.

  6. #31230
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Maybe that puny woman who looked hungry has been on a wanted list for doing heinous crimes. Always trips me out watching videos on the internet when police are trying to arrest someone and the peanut gallery is harassing the police for doing their job. You do not know what the situation was before you came up on it.

    The place lost its character long ago, but posters who previously brought this to the forefront were always ridiculed by a couple of diehards. Is it now your turn to be ridiculed?
    A) I am pleased to note that you are a "Law and Order" person. I am not, more so in the wake of "Black lives matter" but as the Editor here reminds us, this is no place to talk about such irrelevant thing. I just gave my impression and have no interest in what the gossip says.

    B) I do not do regression analysis. I just stated what I saw, and so what if I am ridiculed? Perhaps as Oakie says, it is summer and the heat which explain lack of a lively evening or it is the big "finance" lobby, who have been silently investing and getting the place cleaned up, to get a better return but all that is mere speculation and I do not care about doing that.

    By the way, apologies to you all, for having even tried reading that ridiculously formatted script of mine. I just did my usual cut and paste and the code magicians produced that paw-paw.

  7. #31229
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    I just did a 7 day stint in Sosua.

    Highlights:

    1) It was very very hot and it rarely rained. I never went out during.

    The time when the sun was high up in the sky. I also never walked the.

    Center because of the fact that I did not need to go to my usual.

    Restaurant at new Garden. On one occasion, in fact the last night, I.

    Made a point to drive through the center but it was a sad spectacle. I.

    Think the Austrian Schintzel place has closed. There were hardly any.

    Women around .....
    Thanks for the report.

    Around this time of year we always get a lot of gripes about the lack of action in Sosua.

    Summer doldrums in August with the stifling heat. The beaches are burning. Even I took a short break back home.

    Some restaurants close up for the season, not to reopen until after the hurricane season, and the number of tourists and hookers falls off sharply. But it's not permanent.

    It all starts up again in November, and the complaints change to overbooking at hotels, noisy rooms and chicas who won't take less than $100.

    That said, if you can stand the heat, hotels and chicas tend to be cheaper, as they compete for your business.

  8. #31228

    Verse

    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesPooter  [View Original Post]
    Reports on here get repetitive over time, so I applaud Tempoecorto's initiative in posting his report as a poem. But frankly it is not very good. Does not even rhyme.
    No limericks yet, still "Reason why I do not look: used Badoo, and Facebook".

  9. #31227

    The Vet experience

    When you have been going th DF for many years you have sean almost everything. Sosua has few surprises but it is still a fantacy for us older guys. Getting 20 year old pussy when you are 50/60 is th fountain of youth. Vets have their own harem of go to girls who have been vetted and give great service.

  10. #31226
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    I was witness to the police (a woman cop at that). Chasing a woman. Who ran and took shelter in a colmado but the police. Came with big gun - 8/9 of them, big truck to chase a puny woman who. Looked hungry.
    Maybe that puny woman who looked hungry has been on a wanted list for doing heinous crimes. Always trips me out watching videos on the internet when police are trying to arrest someone and the peanut gallery is harassing the police for doing their job. You do not know what the situation was before you came up on it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    Perhaps this is the low season but I found the place is slowly losing. Its character.
    The place lost its character long ago, but posters who previously brought this to the forefront were always ridiculed by a couple of diehards. Is it now your turn to be ridiculed?

  11. #31225

    Tempoecorto's poem

    Reports on here get repetitive over time, so I applaud Tempoecorto's initiative in posting his report as a poem. But frankly it is not very good. Does not even rhyme.

  12. #31224
    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesPooter  [View Original Post]
    Did you call her on the number of the phone she stole, and did she still deny taking it
    I once gave some money to a chica who called me later and said she had been robbed.

    She wanted me to pay her again!

    I said, isn't it lucky they didn't steal your Iphone too?

    Lol

  13. #31223
    Quote Originally Posted by Sammon  [View Original Post]
    One trusted girl who stayed with me before took a cheap cell phone when I left it on the table ... later I called her but she denied taking.
    Did you call her on the number of the phone she stole, and did she still deny taking it

  14. #31222
    Quote Originally Posted by TheTallMan  [View Original Post]
    I almost feel a sense of satisfaction that just maybe my training has given them the edge to conquer a gringo, so to you gringos who ended up with our playmates from days gone by, well Your Welcome!

    The Tall Man.
    Reminds me of a conversation I had with local family members, while drinking beer in Charamicos one Sunday.

    I asked a couple of the local young guys, how they felt about old gringos fucking all their beautiful young chicas.

    They laughed and said, that by the time you guys get to them, we have already had them and gave them their kids, and you get them when we're done with them!

    They start very young down here, so if it is you that is "training them" you could be in trouble with the law, LOL.

  15. #31221

    August 2019 trip

    I just did a 7 day stint in Sosua.

    Highlights:

    1) It was very very hot and it rarely rained. I never went out during.

    The time when the sun was high up in the sky. I also never walked the.

    Center because of the fact that I did not need to go to my usual.

    Restaurant at new Garden. On one occasion, in fact the last night, I.

    Made a point to drive through the center but it was a sad spectacle. I.

    Think the Austrian Schintzel place has closed. There were hardly any.

    Women around and I was witness to the police (a woman cop at that).

    Chasing a woman. Who ran and took shelter in a colmado but the police.

    Came with big gun - 8/9 of them, big truck to chase a puny woman who.

    Looked hungry.

    2) Perhaps this is the low season but I found the place is slowly losing.

    Its character. Construction boom, some one is investing speaking of.

    Which, I heard the Chinese are putting in money. Indeed the mountain.

    Road to Santiago that I did is much improved and it would be a lot.

    Better when in the next 2-3 years it gets completed.

    3) The exchange rate at Caribe express was 51.20 for the US dollar.

    4) I found a very good Italian restaurant in Cabarete. Called Cabarete.

    Beach restaurant, the food is excellent, it also has a great location.

    With a pool on one side and the sea right the other. It takes about 15.

    Minutes driving out of Sosua and is part of some VIVA thing, located.

    Before the main drag and traffic light of Cabarete.

    5. I never picked a woman out on the street. They all came to me and.

    Never paid more than 1800, starting from a 1200, but I did have various.

    Gifts, especially food and I never had them overnight. Most women washed.

    The dishes and left the bed re-made but I had to ask. In short I had.

    Very little to complain about except the punctuality but we cannot have.

    It all. As time rolls on, I find it hard to produce enough bodily fluid.

    To manage 2 women each day on a regular basis. What a sad state of.

    Affairs. Famine when away and fiesta while on the island.

    Finally, I had commented on someone's asking me about Sosua and I.

    Thought it might be worthwhile repeating my thoughts especially when I.

    See men calling women by the B/ H- word and wondering why service is so.

    Sketchy.

    A) Sosua is small and hence the concept of 3/4/5 star is moot. Airbnb -.

    I do not do as there might be restrictions. For a very decent hotel, I.

    Strongly recommend Hotel Casa Valeria, run by the Dutch; also New Garden.

    Which is right next door but the new wing, run by an Italian. I have.

    Not stayed at New Garden but at Casa Valeria, and I can strongly.

    Recommend it, in terms of quality, proximity and guest friendliness.

    B) I have been going there for quite a while and so one picks up people.

    And some leave and some are added over time. Reason why I do not look.

    For anyone on the street. I have primarily used Badoo, and Facebook -.

    The second takes quite a bit of time as it targets regular people.

    Compared to the first site which have the target population. I also use.

    My present connection to introduce me to others.

    As you can see, there is no magic but dedicated time; I speak the.

    Language which helps but one has the advantage of Google translate these.

    Days.

    C) Speaking of how much, curious that you wish to stay in a "4 star".

    Place but not pay more than 2000 pesos to a woman? My personal method is.

    Not to flaunt a fancy hotel to people you do not want to pay more than.

    2000 (they expect more just by the look of the place you stay in). Also.

    Some women may be worth more if they are giving you the time and.

    Attention, so my suggestion is not to get swayed by the magic of a.

    Number. Of course, this logic may or may not fly with the street walkers.

    - key reason why I avoid them, as well as anyone who speaks English.

    Clear sign that the merchandise is well used.

    D) As for women, it is predominantly black in various shades plus some.

    White. The thing is that my "great girl" may be just a "meh" for others.

    And as such no point comparing.

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