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  1. #25608

    Lunch and decent bread in Sosua

    Hi there guys, can you advise me on the following non sex issues? I'll be coming back to Sosua for a few weeks next week. There are a few things which wouldn't bother me if I am there for a few days, but since planning on staying a few weeks this time, they would make a nice difference to my daily routine 1) Where can you buy a sandwich of any kind in Sosua? For lunch I usually go to Baileys, which is fine, but overpriced, and really I would just like a coffee and a baguette or some kind of sandwich for lunch! In general I've noticed they don't really go in for sandwiches in this country, here or in Santo Domingo 2) The Playero supermarket in Sosua is great, but they don't have any freshly baked bread. Can you buy fresh bread anywhere is Sosua? I am surprised if all the Germans who love all their meats from Playero are happy eating all this crappy processed bread! I know there's a Belgian bakery in Cabarete, but is there something nearer than this to buy some decent fresh bread?

  2. #25607
    Quote Originally Posted by Nik707  [View Original Post]
    Hi fellow mongers,
    Sorry if I am asking too much but I have been a Cuban visitor until now except when I visited this forum few weeks ago. I have been reading and getting to know the norms and routines in Sousa but I definitely need some help
    - If you would suggest apartments / casas would you please recommend some chica friendly ones with good food and clubs around? (flight only option). Any other tips?!
    Don't worry young Anakin skywalker, don't seek anything, the hoes will find you in Sosua. See the video bellow and may the force, I mean the hoes be with you:

    http://dominicanrepublic.adultsearch.com/sosua/

  3. #25606

    Guarantee a great time

    I have read the Cuban thread and can say you will enjoy the ease of Sosua. There will not be any issue that require you to sneak around and even better the girls chase you. The biggest issue is deciding which pretty girl to chose. Everything in the town is chica friendly and there is a beach. The night life is centered around to main dance clubs. Rumbas is the hot spot for girls from about 5 to 10 with Classicos for more late night action. This is point and click action. So just relax and prepare to have the time of your life. Read the forum for things to watch out for. There are some girls who will try to get over on you but they are easy to avoid.

    One last thing. There are many great places eat. Baileys is a 1st class eating spot for me. The fish and pizza are my favorites.

    Quote Originally Posted by JjBee62  [View Original Post]
    Unless you stay at one of the resorts in Sosua, almost every hotel is very chica friendly. Casa Cayena is excellent, slightly higher than many other places, but breakfast and dinner are included. Hotel Plaza Europa is also excellent, it's a short walk from the action, but rooms are spacious and clean. Sosua Suites is another option. The rooms are clean, but could use some updates. The good and bad is it's located practically next door to the action. That means you're 3 minutes away from your bed when you pick up a girl, but it means you're going to be hearing a lot of noise for most of the night.

    Sosua is a small town, almost anywhere you stay is within a 10 minute walk of anywhere you want to go.

  4. #25605
    Quote Originally Posted by Nik707  [View Original Post]
    Hi fellow mongers,

    Sorry if I am asking too much but I have been a Cuban visitor until now except when I visited this forum few weeks ago. I have been reading and getting to know the norms and routines in Sousa but I definitely need some help on a March trip. Kindly note I do help and I have written my reports on Cuba and will be doing the same.

    - It seems hotels are off limits for chicas? Would some hotels allow them? If so which ones?

    - If you would suggest apartments / casas would you please recommend some chica friendly ones with good food and clubs around? (flight only option).

    - Any other tips?

    I don't intend to splash cash and make other juvenile mistakes like paying too much or stirring up the place. I believe knowledge is power and intend to behave. Any tips appreciated. If you know any posts particularly helpful, referral is appreciated!
    Unless you stay at one of the resorts in Sosua, almost every hotel is very chica friendly. Casa Cayena is excellent, slightly higher than many other places, but breakfast and dinner are included. Hotel Plaza Europa is also excellent, it's a short walk from the action, but rooms are spacious and clean. Sosua Suites is another option. The rooms are clean, but could use some updates. The good and bad is it's located practically next door to the action. That means you're 3 minutes away from your bed when you pick up a girl, but it means you're going to be hearing a lot of noise for most of the night.

    Sosua is a small town, almost anywhere you stay is within a 10 minute walk of anywhere you want to go.

  5. #25604

    Planning trip

    Hi fellow mongers,

    Sorry if I am asking too much but I have been a Cuban visitor until now except when I visited this forum few weeks ago. I have been reading and getting to know the norms and routines in Sousa but I definitely need some help on a March trip. Kindly note I do help and I have written my reports on Cuba and will be doing the same.

    - It seems hotels are off limits for chicas? Would some hotels allow them? If so which ones?

    - If you would suggest apartments / casas would you please recommend some chica friendly ones with good food and clubs around? (flight only option).

    - Any other tips?

    I don't intend to splash cash and make other juvenile mistakes like paying too much or stirring up the place. I believe knowledge is power and intend to behave. Any tips appreciated. If you know any posts particularly helpful, referral is appreciated!

  6. #25603

    Great points

    Helping the lady to like you is huge. I dance and flirt before I pull the trigger for my best results. It is possible to have a repore with the ladies. Patients is a great skill for having a good time. Often we are so anxious we break all the rules. First day I go a little nuts. Now I fly into SD because it is cheaper flight by $200. Then Sosua and more time options. I meet one of my best girls which guarantees a great start to my vacation. Next morning I am on metrobus heading for Sosua.

    Quote Originally Posted by Frannie  [View Original Post]
    You should just offer what you want to pay. There are various ways to approach this. You can decide what is the maximum you are willing to pay, then try to strike deals with girls until you find one who will go with you for the price you want. Or you could decide first which is the most attractive girl (to you) on the scene that evening and then find out the least she would be prepared to accept by a process of negotiation. These things will vary according to many factors, some of which you may know about and some of which you will never know about. Anyway, it is a good idea to conduct all negotiations in a friendly spirit and not to try to demean the girl. If you don't succeed in striking a bargain, things might work out differently with the same girl or her friend the next day, so it is best not to burn your bridges.

    2500 pesos is the equivalent of less than US $60 so not a huge amount of money for personal services of this kind. You can probably negotiate for less, especially if she likes you, but if it doesn't work, then don't lose any sleep over it. Just move on.

  7. #25602
    Quote Originally Posted by Ralphie1  [View Original Post]
    The 2500 pesos was just the platinum level, the most that gal in her dreams could ever hope to get.

    You should simply counter offer with 1000 pesos (bronze level) and settle somewhere in between, maybe just south of the average of the two numbers.

    Remember, these chicas aren't so dumb to know, you can go down on price, you can never go up so they start at the very very top.
    Remember that the best outcome of a negotiation is a win-win, where both parties are reasonably satisfied.

    A "good" negotiation is not necessarily where you have got her down to some lower price than she normally gets. You might pay in hurried service, even a flip, or some other rip off.

    It is good business practice (even an art) to strike a deal that is optimal for both.

  8. #25601
    Quote Originally Posted by Ralphie1  [View Original Post]
    The 2500 pesos was just the platinum level, the most that gal in her dreams could ever hope to get.

    You should simply counter offer with 1000 pesos (bronze level) and settle somewhere in between, maybe just south of the average of the two numbers.

    Remember, these chicas aren't so dumb to know, you can go down on price, you can never go up so they start at the very very top.
    You should just offer what you want to pay. There are various ways to approach this. You can decide what is the maximum you are willing to pay, then try to strike deals with girls until you find one who will go with you for the price you want. Or you could decide first which is the most attractive girl (to you) on the scene that evening and then find out the least she would be prepared to accept by a process of negotiation. These things will vary according to many factors, some of which you may know about and some of which you will never know about. Anyway, it is a good idea to conduct all negotiations in a friendly spirit and not to try to demean the girl. If you don't succeed in striking a bargain, things might work out differently with the same girl or her friend the next day, so it is best not to burn your bridges.

    2500 pesos is the equivalent of less than US $60 so not a huge amount of money for personal services of this kind. You can probably negotiate for less, especially if she likes you, but if it doesn't work, then don't lose any sleep over it. Just move on.

  9. #25600
    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    Sounds like the mongers picking up girls from the street will benefit from this if it is true.

    The Haitian asking you for 2,500 pesos must of thought you where a sucker and found out otherwise in a hurry.
    The 2500 pesos was just the platinum level, the most that gal in her dreams could ever hope to get.

    You should simply counter offer with 1000 pesos (bronze level) and settle somewhere in between, maybe just south of the average of the two numbers.

    Remember, these chicas aren't so dumb to know, you can go down on price, you can never go up so they start at the very very top.

  10. #25599
    Quote Originally Posted by Questner  [View Original Post]
    Hated topic of pricing. You have no idea if there will be chemistry between you and her. Offer her to cover a bus ride, and invite for a lunch at the beach. Couple of days means no long term chance for her. While some may slip a thousand peso note later for a salon, you better be ready to five-six fold of it. Let her know you would send her back promptly if she gets lazy or starts playing tricks. Let her know you would become a frequent visitor to the island and are looking for a 'novia'. Good luck.
    Without getting into the weeds, most satisfactory GFE results from sussessful TLN, which results from successful ST, which results from extensive test driving of different models. By that time you at least know a little bit about her habits, the sex is good, and the price is right.

    A fun way to spend a short vacation. Good luck!

  11. #25598
    Quote Originally Posted by WildBillLewis  [View Original Post]
    I am thinking of coming to Sosua in late January. I have been on month-long vacations to Thailand (twice) and the Philippines (once) in the last three years, but now I am looking for something a little closer. I am interested in hanging with a girl for a couple of days: GFE-like. I am curious about what I should expect by way of pricing. How about the best way to approach. I have leads on LatinAmericanCupid. Thoughts on pricing and approach?
    Hated topic of pricing. You have no idea if there will be chemistry between you and her. Offer her to cover a bus ride, and invite for a lunch at the beach. Couple of days means no long term chance for her. While some may slip a thousand peso note later for a salon, you better be ready to five-six fold of it. Let her know you would send her back promptly if she gets lazy or starts playing tricks. Let her know you would become a frequent visitor to the island and are looking for a 'novia'. Good luck.

  12. #25597
    Quote Originally Posted by Tomjackin  [View Original Post]
    Logistics and things:

    Sosua IS NOT dried up, as some would have you believe. There are still plenty of girls available. Some were asking for 2000/2500 for short time, but many were still going with 1500. It is still a buyer's market.

    I love the women and they seem to love my pesos, so I will return!
    I am thinking of coming to Sosua in late January. I have been on month-long vacations to Thailand (twice) and the Philippines (once) in the last three years, but now I am looking for something a little closer. I am interested in hanging with a girl for a couple of days: GFE-like. I am curious about what I should expect by way of pricing. How about the best way to approach. I have leads on LatinAmericanCupid. Thoughts on pricing and approach?

  13. #25596

    Travel from La Isabela International Airport Santo Domingo to Sosua

    Looking for suggestions. I will be flying from Haiti to la Isabela early February. Right now there does not seem to be rental cars at the airport. I will have to take a cab to a car rental place then rent one way to drop off at POP. If anyone has suggestions please let me know. Their are 2 of us traveling together.

  14. #25595
    Quote Originally Posted by Frannie  [View Original Post]
    No wonder you don't know the names of the streets.

    Playera = Supermercado Playero= the Beach Supermarket.

    Jimanez= Tienda Jimenez= the Jimenez Store.

    La Serena= La Sirena=the Mermaid.
    Guilty as charged.

    (With the excuse that the locals spell as badly as I do).

  15. #25594
    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    My trips to Sosua always involve two shopping trips, the first one always to Playera to pick up toiletries. Then on Thursday we head out to Puerto Plata to hit Jimanez and La Serena.

    Always by publico (I get to sit beside the driver) Mi chica can find a publico anywhere she goes, or will send a motoconcho to get one. The fare is just a few pesos, and great value compared to a dedicated taxi. It does take the scenic route sometimes through La Union and even into the airport gate.

    Jimanez is good for shoes and La Serena is good for "the gift",
    No wonder you don't know the names of the streets.

    Playera = Supermercado Playero= the Beach Supermarket.

    Jimanez= Tienda Jimenez= the Jimenez Store.

    La Serena= La Sirena=the Mermaid.

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