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  1. #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!

  2. #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.

  3. #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.

  4. #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.

  5. #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.

  6. #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.

  7. #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.

  8. #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?

  9. #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.

  10. #30039
    Quote Originally Posted by Canada  [View Original Post]
    Trying to plan my trip to Sosua. What are the names of some of the good outlaying bars? Is it better to stay nearer them or near the main drag?
    "Good" is a relative term.

    In this case, I'm wary of posting my own preferences for a couple reasons, one, YMMV depending on time of day, day of week and so on.

    Two, I don't want to be flamed here, by posters who don't agree with my own preferences, and have trouble with the chicas, (nothing is guranteed) it takes time to assimilate into the local community.

    Here's a true story:

    A workplace acquaintance came down to visit me last March. He was staying at the AI CM. I took him out with me to my local bars and introduced him to some fine chicas.

    He didn't want to pay the 2000-3000 freight, but a fat older local skank off the street came to feel him up at the bar, I told him she was trouble, but he was having a good time. She finally convinced him to go across the street to her room for 500 peso. He came back complaining the smelled so bad down there, he couldn't handle it and decided not to try anything else. Spent most of his remaining time back at the all inclusive.

    When he got home, that's the story he told all our friends! Go figure!

    I should have known better, because I posted here a few years back, about another guy who heard I was spending time in Sosua, so he came down for a look see. I made the mistake of telling him it was "safe". Problem was he couldn't handle his liquor, so during the week he had his wallet lifted, had trouble with street hoes, and cme back complaining to everybody that it was hell, with a "typhoid epidemic" and would never waste his money again.

    A completely different Sosua from mine!

    So, there are lots of girls and bars out there and my choice is not for everybody. If you are going down regularly, it's no big secret! Sosua is not a big place.

    It's easy to find your own comfort level. You don't need directions.

    Recommendations for hotels, MP's, Casas and clubs are a different matter and there is a lot of info to be gleaned and shared about those on these forums!

  11. #30038
    Quote Originally Posted by Canada  [View Original Post]
    Trying to plan my trip to Sosua. What are the names of some of the good outlaying bars? Is it better to stay nearer them or near the main drag?
    Stay near the center of town. All within walking distance.

    You can take a moto taxi to the outlaying bars if needed.

  12. #30037
    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    August will be hotter than hell, but that shouldn't bother you if you have spent time in the Caribbean.

    Don't waste too much time on the hit and miss and often disappointing social media sites, because everything you want, you can see up close and personal, in Sosua.

    The hard core chicas stick to the main drag, but if you take Mr Gogo's advice, and hit some of the outlying bars, they have their own set of local chicas who wouldn't be caught dead on the main strip.

    They are locals and semi pros, who go out to just party, dance and karioki after work. They buy their own beer! They look down on the hard core putas and sell their favors to the community of regular Sosua visitors, and ex pats, who know these bars well.

    It's there you can find some real gems, with no drama, and no desperate hurry to score, and because they all know each other, it's easy to set up a threesome, if that's your bag!
    Trying to plan my trip to Sosua. What are the names of some of the good outlaying bars? Is it better to stay nearer them or near the main drag?

  13. #30036
    Quote Originally Posted by ShooBree  [View Original Post]
    .....some very religious countries have legalized prostitution. Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and the list goes on.
    Religions need "sinners" in society. Without "sinners" there would be no "souls to save"!

  14. #30035
    Quote Originally Posted by Yanqui69  [View Original Post]
    Respectfully disagree. The US is backward and puritanical on a number of subjects, like homosexuality, abortion, etc. There are feminists in most developed countries of the world, in particular, Europe, but many have legalized prostitution. Traffickers, pimps, etc, exploit women. An independent prostitute is in charge of HER body. A difference. Feminists oppose a woman being turned into chattel for men. Sounds reasonable. Sounds like a modern form of slavery. Yes, Prohibition in the US was championed by women's groups. But that was also coupled with religious organizations, Bible thumpers, etc.

    Feminists are pro choice, and want a woman to have control over her own body. No coincidence that one finds most opposition to issues like abortion, homosexual rights, etc, in the Bible Belt, and among religious groups (Catholics, Evangelicals). Most urban areas (and educated populations) are more open minded to those issues, to include discussing the legalization of sex workers.
    Prostitution is legal in some countries in Europe despite the feminists.

    Feminists are all pro-choice as long as they make the "right" choice, otherwise the woman is "crazy", "victim of the patriarchy" or a "bad" woman.

    Feminists will never be in favour of prostitution, they don't give a rat's ass about the females that will not conform.

    Feminism is a extremist sect which can not handle differing opinions nor individual freedom. I take the "Bible thumpers " over the feminists every second of the week.

    Considering what you wrote it's funny that some very religious countries have legalized prostitution. Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and the list goes on.

  15. #30034

    Veterans Day weekend.

    Hello all,

    Just an FYI. I received an email today regarding the 'divine nine' international greekfest occurring that weekend in Sosua at the Ahnvee. Google Atlanta greek picnic and you will know what to expect. It should be the older crowd but don't be too frightened when you hear random shouts or noises in public or at a bar.

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