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  1. #31134
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisBigdog  [View Original Post]
    "Sixth person killed".

    Killed and died are two very different things; is there any reason to believe there was foul play or this is just crap reporting?
    The current Western Journalism obsession with DR actuarial mortality rates at least takes the heat off of their other obsession, "[CodeWord908]" LOL.

    (When your travel insurance premiums go up, you'll know there is a real problem!)

  2. #31133

    What biased reporting!!

    "Sixth person killed".

    Killed and died are two very different things; is there any reason to believe there was foul play or this is just crap reporting?


  3. #31132
    A chick in DR that I mess with who is a doctor has heard of none of these incidents that are big stories in the foreign news.
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  5. #31130
    Quote Originally Posted by Japansh  [View Original Post]
    Hello,

    I've been in Sosua in 2012 and planning to go in a couple of weeks. I will meet with a girls I know and 1 or 2 friends of her.

    Where is better to stay. Sosua or Cabarette? I don't need to pick girls on the street but I liked some of the bars at Sosua.

    What would be a average price for a whole night / day? Would that change for multiple days?

    What would be a high price (high end girl) for a whole night / day?

    Thanks in advance!

    P.
    Check airbnb, booking.com, etc to compare prices. Cabarete probably a little more expensive, but I stayed in a condo on the beach for under $50 one summer. Hard to say which is better, depends on your interests. More girls available in Sosua, but some available in Cabarete via tinder, etc. Lot's of info on the forum. I sometimes combine my stays with both places.

  6. #31129
    Quote Originally Posted by DriveAllNight  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys,

    Is generic cialis available for purchase in Sosua? And are all the money changers basically the same, or is there one that generally offers the best exchange rate (USD)? Thanks.
    Answer to first question is Yes. Generic Cialis under brand name La Pela (forgot the other brand). (Mambo?) But yes, in any farmacia.

    Money can be exchanged in Western Union offices, exchange offices in La Sirena stores, etc. Or ask your cabbie to take you to a 'cambio. ' (Usually need to show your passport). There are exchange offices all over, to include most bus depots. The rates don't vary hugely.

    Answers are generic, as you didn't specify a location.

  7. #31128
    Hey guys,

    Is generic cialis available for purchase in Sosua? And are all the money changers basically the same, or is there one that generally offers the best exchange rate (USD)? Thanks.

  8. #31127
    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    The Dominican Republic has well over 6 million visitors a year. That's twice the size of Chicago. You would expect a fair number of fatalities, accidental or otherwise in a number that large.

    "Last year, 13 Americans died in the Dominican Republic. Four of the deaths were the results of drownings, four were auto accidents, two were homicides, one was suicide, and one was an undisclosed accident", according to the US State Department.

    A lot of tourists overindulge on the free, unsealed liquor and beer at the all-inclusives, and the temptation for some bar staff to substitute bootlegged booze in area bars is always there.

    No license is needed to sell food on the street or from a vacant lot, and strangers do big business on the beaches selling food, ice cream and shell fish from a basket on the hottest days to tourists.

    So there's lots to be aware of.

    But another problem tourists face is having to vacate their rooms on certain days, for the mandatory pest spraying. I see many people complaining and having a bad reaction to these unknown chemicals sprayed liberally, especially older folks. But if hotels don't spray, they get complaints about bugs.

    You got to be careful out there, if you don't want to go home with more than a bad case of the runs!

    And my own Golden Rule: never, ever get into an argument or insult the person who serves you food! Lol
    You preaching to the choir. Organophosphate poisoning is the thinking for some of the deaths but there are a lot of variables at play when people die. I am just saying how are ironic that an American drown with everything that is going on recently with American tourist. But now I am curious to know the statistics of other foriegners who visited the country.

  9. #31126

    A little perspective

    Quote Originally Posted by Confiable  [View Original Post]
    She was swiming in Cabarete from news reports and got swept out to sea by the currents.

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    The Dominican Republic has well over 6 million visitors a year. That's twice the size of Chicago. You would expect a fair number of fatalities, accidental or otherwise in a number that large.

    "Last year, 13 Americans died in the Dominican Republic. Four of the deaths were the results of drownings, four were auto accidents, two were homicides, one was suicide, and one was an undisclosed accident", according to the US State Department.

    A lot of tourists overindulge on the free, unsealed liquor and beer at the all-inclusives, and the temptation for some bar staff to substitute bootlegged booze in area bars is always there.

    No license is needed to sell food on the street or from a vacant lot, and strangers do big business on the beaches selling food, ice cream and shell fish from a basket on the hottest days to tourists.

    So there's lots to be aware of.

    But another problem tourists face is having to vacate their rooms on certain days, for the mandatory pest spraying. I see many people complaining and having a bad reaction to these unknown chemicals sprayed liberally, especially older folks. But if hotels don't spray, they get complaints about bugs.

    You got to be careful out there, if you don't want to go home with more than a bad case of the runs!

    And my own Golden Rule: never, ever get into an argument or insult the person who serves you food! Lol

  10. #31125
    Word on the street is that Old Kool is a person of interest.
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  11. #31124
    Quote Originally Posted by Sammon  [View Original Post]
    Maybe real bottle stolen by housekeeping and replaced with same bottles with local contaminated hooch. Or most often guests doing easily available drugs. It is impossible for resorts to check every employee and also check guests for illegal drugs. I for one never used liquor taken from the room fridge. I usually buy at the duty free and bring my own.
    Unless you are staying in the penthouse or an all inclusive, liquor is generally cheaper at duty free. Also, most bottles at hotels have plastic or metal perforated seals. I always drink the cheap ass champagne for breakfast and have never had an issue.

  12. #31123
    Quote Originally Posted by Yanqui69  [View Original Post]
    Deaths from mini-bar? No mention of drinks' caps being tampered with. Nothing stolen? Who benefits?
    I saw a news clip of a reporter walking though a "typical" room at one of the resorts. What's interesting is that the mini bar did not have airplane style bottles in it. Instead it had full sized (750 ML) bottles inside the door in a gravity dispenser. He demonstrated taking a glass and holding it under the spout while pressing the lever. Booze flowed into the glass. So it would be especially easy to tamper with an already open bottle.

  13. #31122

    Another American passes away

    She was swiming in Cabarete from news reports and got swept out to sea by the currents.

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  14. #31121
    Quote Originally Posted by Sammon  [View Original Post]
    I for one never used liquor taken from the room fridge. I usually buy at the duty free and bring my own.
    Beware. In most cases it is cheaper to buy liquor at the grocery store, unless it is something that is exclusively available at duty free.

  15. #31120

    Cabarette or Sosua? Prices.

    Hello,

    I've been in Sosua in 2012 and planning to go in a couple of weeks. I will meet with a girls I know and 1 or 2 friends of her.

    Where is better to stay. Sosua or Cabarette? I don't need to pick girls on the street but I liked some of the bars at Sosua.

    What would be a average price for a whole night / day? Would that change for multiple days?

    What would be a high price (high end girl) for a whole night / day?

    Thanks in advance!

    P.

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