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  1. #31855

    Yes they did

    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo  [View Original Post]
    Did they recently change it from 5 PM to 6 AM?
    Ozzie is correct. The new curfew hours country wide is 5 pm to 6 am. Around 4 pm I was near Las Palmeras hotel today, and saw PN police in their pick up truck loaded with men with rifles. They've been circling around Sosua a lot. I was told by someone a few Haitians went into a restaurant in Sosua and menaced the worker inside, and demanded food. If that person made a report to the police, I'm sure that's one more reason patrols during and beyond curfew would step up. I still hear motos every now and then, going up and down one of the back streets near where I live (during curfew), and they arent police.

  2. #31854
    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo  [View Original Post]
    Did they recently change it from 5 PM to 6 AM?
    Yes effective today (Friday).

  3. #31853
    Quote Originally Posted by Wrx2005  [View Original Post]
    I'm sure enough of you are aware that President Medina in the DR imposed a 8 pm to 6 am curfew for the entire country. Only essential personnel, people out seeking medical care etc are allowed to be out during curfew. This is supposed to last until April 3rd.
    Can mongering be classified as medically necessary to relieve stress?

  4. #31852
    Quote Originally Posted by Wrx2005  [View Original Post]
    I'm sure enough of you are aware that President Medina in the DR imposed a 8 pm to 6 am curfew for the entire country. Only essential personnel, people out seeking medical care etc are allowed to be out during curfew. This is supposed to last until April 3rd.
    Did they recently change it from 5 PM to 6 AM?

  5. #31851
    Quote Originally Posted by HSendatsu  [View Original Post]
    You can also use Follamigos (literally fuck-friends).
    Also: amigovios, amigos con derecho a roce o follamigos (the last one is 100% from Spain).

  6. #31850
    Quote Originally Posted by TomJackin  [View Original Post]
    You are translating word for word. Many phrases in Spanish don't follow that format.

    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amigos_con_derechos
    You can also use Follamigos (literally fuck-friends).

  7. #31849
    Quote Originally Posted by RunMann  [View Original Post]
    This can't be true, which countries are doing this?
    Trinidad and Tobago has also banned its citizens from returning home.

  8. #31848
    Quote Originally Posted by RunMann  [View Original Post]
    This can't be true, which countries are doing this?
    Colombia is now banning citizens too besides foreigners.

  9. #31847
    Quote Originally Posted by GrownMan1  [View Original Post]
    Why not Amigos con beneficios? I've been using this. Am I saying it wrong.
    You are translating word for word. Many phrases in Spanish don't follow that format.

    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amigos_con_derechos

  10. #31846
    Quote Originally Posted by TomJackin  [View Original Post]
    Amigas con derechos.
    Why not Amigos con beneficios? I've been using this. Am I saying it wrong.

  11. #31845
    Quote Originally Posted by Turgid  [View Original Post]
    Some countries are beginning to ban their citizens from returning home.
    This can't be true, which countries are doing this?

  12. #31844
    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo  [View Original Post]
    How do you say "Friends with benefits" in Spanish. I think it is "Ficante or Amante" in Portuguese, but how can I say it in Spanish?
    Amigas con derechos.

  13. #31843

    How do you say.

    How do you say "Friends with benefits" in Spanish. I think it is "Ficante or Amante" in Portuguese, but how can I say it in Spanish?

  14. #31842
    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherP  [View Original Post]
    That would be harsh. I doubt it will happen because unlike many Dominicans, the foreigners will still have money to spend. If they can't let flights in its going to get ugly fast. The retirees will be holding the north coast up!
    The problem for non citizens is getting back into their own country, not forced eviction.

    Airline dislocation, entry and quarantine restrictions can make it difficult, and costly, for casual visitors to get home.

    But for residents here, the weather's good most days and the store shelves are full of fresh food, beer and liquor. Folks here know how to take care of themselves and their families, without much government help.

    Not a bad place at all to ride out this storm. Better than most from what I'm hearing back home.

  15. #31841

    That would be harsh

    Quote Originally Posted by Wrx2005  [View Original Post]
    When the travel bans were put in place and airlines reduced or stopped their flights, that essentially stopped foreigners from coming in anyway. What you don't want to see, is foreigners already living there or staying in place being forced to leave. That would be some very harsh news.
    That would be harsh. I doubt it will happen because unlike many Dominicans, the foreigners will still have money to spend. If they can't let flights in its going to get ugly fast. The retirees will be holding the north coast up!

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