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  1. #35130
    Quote Originally Posted by Tarriqq  [View Original Post]
    A Friend of mine sent me a copy of his book and this the best book I have ever read about the Dominican Republic, of course he goes through alot of historical information. However if anyone is thinking about moving to the Dominican Republic, his book is SPOT ON!!

    https://www.amazon.com/Would-Before-...=ast_author_dp
    Out of stock with Amazon. Any other ideas?

  2. #35129
    Quote Originally Posted by Tarriqq  [View Original Post]
    A Friend of mine sent me a copy of his book and this the best book I have ever read about the Dominican Republic, of course he goes through alot of historical information. However if anyone is thinking about moving to the Dominican Republic, his book is SPOT ON!!

    https://www.amazon.com/Would-Before-...=ast_author_dp
    Amazon says it is out of print so perhaps you would like to share (in attachment?) a few pages, representative of what caught your eye and that you deem valuable? Thanks in advance.

  3. #35128
    Quote Originally Posted by Norbert61  [View Original Post]
    No posts for nearly 2 weeks kinda says it all. It's slow- I am down right now. I have an alternate source for chicas but I will comment on the street scene right now- there's lots of things happening in the streets but the bars are pretty dead. The weekend warriors seem to come down at about 35% strength compared to high season. There are a lot less girls but I will say that I have seen a lot more 7 plus girls proportionally. It's probably a buyers market and it should be a good time to find a gem. Mind you anyone who has negotiated with a Dominican can tell you the idea of dropping a price is pretty rare for them. They would rather get nothing than get less a lot of times.
    Thank you for the update as I have been checking the traffic more frequently than usual. I'm headed to the Su in mid-August and always like to know the latest intel before arrival. I was a bit concerned as it's been super quiet for the past 7-10 days or so. I am more of a Tinder guy than trolling the bars as its not really my style.

    N_R.

  4. #35127

    Must Read For Americans Who Are In RD

    A Friend of mine sent me a copy of his book and this the best book I have ever read about the Dominican Republic, of course he goes through alot of historical information. However if anyone is thinking about moving to the Dominican Republic, his book is SPOT ON!!

    https://www.amazon.com/Would-Before-...=ast_author_dp

  5. #35126

    Yep it's pretty slow

    No posts for nearly 2 weeks kinda says it all. It's slow- I am down right now. I have an alternate source for chicas but I will comment on the street scene right now- there's lots of things happening in the streets but the bars are pretty dead. The weekend warriors seem to come down at about 35% strength compared to high season. There are a lot less girls but I will say that I have seen a lot more 7 plus girls proportionally. It's probably a buyers market and it should be a good time to find a gem. Mind you anyone who has negotiated with a Dominican can tell you the idea of dropping a price is pretty rare for them. They would rather get nothing than get less a lot of times.

  6. #35125

    Ahnvee is finally officially dead

    So ends another failed attempt to shift urban patterns. I would say that the level of success urban planners have at this sort of thing world wide is maybe 10% - you probably have an example in your hometown. Anyway idiots with geography degrees will keep pitching to real-estate salesmen who get theirselves elected to municipal governement based on the dramatic changes and improvements they have a plan for- now if I could just get my monorail project off the ground.

  7. #35124
    Quote Originally Posted by CoolieHigh  [View Original Post]
    This is great sage advice to the newbies coming to Sosua for the first time. Every newbie should read this as a prequiste before thinking about coming to the SU. BTW been meaning to ask you whatever happen to the nice hunny dip that you went to Haiti with on your last trip. Did you meet back up with her? Always curious to know what an OG Monger does with a hunny dip that he knows is a winner. Do you keep her longterm and make her your no. 1 main girl OR do you let her go because you're not ready for a longterm commitment.
    My pot of gold. Unfortunately, she's stuck in Haiti, caught in the round-up of deportations. I wish we could've met up; she was pure magic. Treated me like a king with a kingdom. She wasn't the only one though. The pal I went with also was deported. I actually lost contact with him. DR cops are cracking down hard, saw it every night. The Haitians are running scared every time one those cop motorbikes rolls through. I saw two get chased down during this last trip. The Haitians around the German bar on Perdro don't stray too far. Each one I took out I had to escort all the way back because they were scared to walk alone.

  8. #35123

    Sage Advice & What Happen to that Haitian Sensation

    Quote Originally Posted by IronQuinn  [View Original Post]
    To you newbies who were unfortunately born in the emotionless digital age, remember one thing when you step out of your shell in Sosua: it's all about perspective, attitude, and simplicity. Stop overthinking, stop trying to analyze, get off the dating apps, put down your damn electronic devices and just get out there. Be human, interact, keep it real, and enjoy yourself. Trust me, you'll thank me later.
    This is great sage advice to the newbies coming to Sosua for the first time. Every newbie should read this as a prequiste before thinking about coming to the SU. BTW been meaning to ask you whatever happen to the nice hunny dip that you went to Haiti with on your last trip. Did you meet back up with her? Always curious to know what an OG Monger does with a hunny dip that he knows is a winner. Do you keep her longterm and make her your no. 1 main girl OR do you let her go because you're not ready for a longterm commitment.

  9. #35122

    Nothing wrong with being a fan of Sosua

    There is also nothing wrong with being a international traveler with multiple residences throughout the world that allows you to be where you want to be when you want to be there. I've been able to experience different sex tourism locations throughout the world. We each have our own personal preferences. Everyone should go where they are treated best.

    I have a very good friend for whom Sosua serves at "his spot". I also have a very good friend for whom Sosua was his spot until he came to visit me in Pattaya. From the North American Continent the travel time is no joke. 25 - 30 hours of total travel time usually over a two day period. The fact that he has rebooked a return trip in the same year and another friend decided to travel with him says something. Sosua was the spot for both of them for a long time.

    When I am on that side of the world Sosua will still be a place to visit. I've always said it is a nice place since 2016 when I took my first trip. Does Sosua have the best beaches in the Dominican Republic? No! Does it have the best infrastructure in the Dominican Republic? No! Does it have the best chicas in the Dominican Republic? No!

    All anyone has do in order to fully experience all the Dominican Republic has to offer is to work on their language skills. Yes, that is right, I believe that if you are going to be traveling to Spanish speaking countries that speaking Spanish gives you an advantage. I have even had a very productive conversation with a Colombian here in Thailand. Who would have thought something like THAT would happen.

    The forum is for the sharing of information on having sex with girls. That is what I do. I also present my opinions. I actually lived 10 years 'boots on the ground" in various places in the Dominican Republic. Still have a chicas, a SRL, and blue paper to this day. I focus on the information not being critical of other people.

    Sousa is a nice beach town close to the North American Continent that caters to international tourists. Lots of hos be there. I understand why people like it. I like it.

    In my opinion there are places all around the world that are better than Sosua. Not trying to gore anyones ox or tell anyone that they should not visit Sosua. I cannot even say that the girls are better in other places than Sosua.

    It is the non ho factors that makes other locations more favorable to me. The mentality of the girls, the infrastructure of the locations, being a true international destination where people from the entire world visit, having a large number of different restaurants that cater to different cuisines.

    I remain at peace with myself and all others.

  10. #35121
    Quote Originally Posted by SubCmdr  [View Original Post]
    I am wondering why you are restricting yourself. There is Colombia. There is Brazil. There is Mexico. All with similar travel times and distances. I understand your sentiments about the chias of Sosua. Chicas are all over the Dominican Republic. Sosua does not have a monopoly.

    Personally, I enjoy the change that Sosua offers. I can park the Grand Jefe mobile and not get back in it until the end of my trip. But I consider my trips to Sosua to be working trips. I spend 4 - 6 hours on my computer and running errands in town when I am there. Most I have done was a month a time. I had a very easy life there. But it was expensive as fuck!

    This is where my advice to learn Spanish comes into play It opens up the Dominican Republic like someone has given you the keys to the Kingdom. Sosua is easy that is all. Easy for the tourist that does not want to put any effort into self improvement and is just focused upon what he can get for his dick.

    Interesting. I'm not one to interview a chica before inviting her back to your room. I just use my intuition and I have never had a problem from encounter that resulted from a in person meeting. Much more likely for things to go south based on a internet encounter. But even with those I can only say ONE did not live up to my expectations and she still (ponerme leche afuera).

    So, lets contrast this with how it works in a bar in Pattaya. You go into a bar and order a drink. A girl comes over to you and if you invite her to sit with you, you buy her a Lady Drink. It is not obligatory that you buy her a lady drink, nor is obligatory for her to sit with you if you choose not to buy her one. She can take her time with her drink like a normal person or she can drink it quick in order to ask you for another or move onto the next "customer". You can use this time to interview her to see if you wish to hire her as your prostitute for the night. Some venues have well appointed rooms right on-premese, other you must "bar fine" the girl to take her out of the bar in order to enjoy social / sexual services with her.
    Nothing. I'm just a fan of Sosua.

    Have been for 15 years. Post about it here. Offer advice based on my experiences here. I don't want to "***** slap" anybody who doesn't agree with me! To each his own!

    You don't sound "at peace" with anybody!

    LOL.

  11. #35120

    The Cmdr compares and contrasts Pattaya v Sosua

    Quote Originally Posted by VloneCarti  [View Original Post]
    I've been to Sosua twice this year already. I went back in March of a week then went again End of April. I'm back in the states again to my same sexless life I was living in before I went to Sosua and it's absolutely terrible. I don't miss Sosua itself much cause I got bored of being there since there isn't much to do. However, I really do miss the women and the experiences I had cause I know I can never get that experience in the United States. Anyone have any suggestions on what to do? I think my options are either figure out where is the US version of Sosua (which I don't think exists) or go back to the DR but find somewhere that isn't as boring as sosua is and just take bus rides to Sosua on the weekends?
    I am wondering why you are restricting yourself. There is Colombia. There is Brazil. There is Mexico. All with similar travel times and distances. I understand your sentiments about the chias of Sosua. Chicas are all over the Dominican Republic. Sosua does not have a monopoly.

    Personally, I enjoy the change that Sosua offers. I can park the Grand Jefe mobile and not get back in it until the end of my trip. But I consider my trips to Sosua to be working trips. I spend 4 - 6 hours on my computer and running errands in town when I am there. Most I have done was a month a time. I had a very easy life there. But it was expensive as fuck!

    This is where my advice to learn Spanish comes into play It opens up the Dominican Republic like someone has given you the keys to the Kingdom. Sosua is easy that is all. Easy for the tourist that does not want to put any effort into self improvement and is just focused upon what he can get for his dick.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    Don't be like the guy who wouldn't listen to my advice, and plays footsie all night with a puta, then get's outraged when she asks for money. LOL.
    Interesting. I'm not one to interview a chica before inviting her back to your room. I just use my intuition and I have never had a problem from encounter that resulted from a in person meeting. Much more likely for things to go south based on a internet encounter. But even with those I can only say ONE did not live up to my expectations and she still (ponerme leche afuera).

    So, lets contrast this with how it works in a bar in Pattaya. You go into a bar and order a drink. A girl comes over to you and if you invite her to sit with you, you buy her a Lady Drink. It is not obligatory that you buy her a lady drink, nor is obligatory for her to sit with you if you choose not to buy her one. She can take her time with her drink like a normal person or she can drink it quick in order to ask you for another or move onto the next "customer". You can use this time to interview her to see if you wish to hire her as your prostitute for the night. Some venues have well appointed rooms right on-premese, other you must "bar fine" the girl to take her out of the bar in order to enjoy social / sexual services with her.

    Although I do not favor this system, it does eliminate the complete loss of time that was described by our ruling expert on Sosua. Actually his writings gave me an insight into and contrasted with how things are done in Pattaya. I find it very interesting.

    For me Pattaya is far superior to Sosua. Because the infrastructure is better. There is a much greater selection of restaurants, hotels and daylife / nightlife ventures. It is an international destination.

    Sosua serves its purpose I can understand why people go there. I understand what people like about the place (I like it too). But if there is truly room for diversity of opinions, Mr. E turned out to be right in his comparisons of Sosua with Pattaya. Mr. E and I don't agree on anything. LOL!

    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    No need to learn conversational Spanish unless you plan on living or doing business there, Besides, it can get a little onerous, if you also want to hang out in Pattaya, or Rio, LOL.
    Personally I differ in your opinion about this. If all anyone wants to do is hire prostitutes there is no need to learn Spanish. But if they wish to improve themselves, increase the plasticity of their brain and give themselves more options in the Dominican Republic and across LATAM, the rewards they receive will be more than 10 times the effort they put into learning Spanish.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    Relax Sudsy!

    I have never complained to a moderator, or put anybody on ignore, in almost 40 years of blogging. I believe we can learn most if we tolerate ALL opinions on a public forum.

    I encourage you to keep posting, because I'm interested in where this all is going. If you can manage it without personal insults, so much the better!
    Thank you! I have been granted your permission to continue posting. Seriously King Oakiedoke? Hypocrisy runs deep in your kingdom. Especially when you start out your post with an insult. LOL!

    As for tolerance you seem to be lacking it most when it comes to opinions about Sosua. But over the years I leaned that you are deeply invested in the place. That is why your responses to me contain nothing but ad hominem attacks as opposed to simply taking issues with my opinions you don't like.

    I have learned that with you it is not personal. How can you have problem with a "anonymous" poster. No, with you it is simply a knee jerk reaction to attack those who disagree with you or present a different view of Sosua.

    Only a person completely wrapped up in themselves would think that I need to "prove my manhood" to a bunch of anonymous internet posters on an obscure web site. The question that remains in my mind is why one of those same posters is obsessed with me and mounting a defense of his kingdom every time I speak a word he does not agree with.

    I am at peace with myself and all others

    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    Well said MrSub.

    We have so many different takes on Sosua, I sometime find it hard to believe we are talking about the same place.

    Sosua, Dominican Republic, right?

    Everybody is different, and a newbie can luck out or have a bad time on any single day, but veteran posters here have such different experiences and attitudes towards the locals and chicas, that it is obvious that they see everyday Sosua through a different pair of glasses. It's like the 3 blind men describing an elephant.

    Sosua is what it is. It is not for everybody.

    Remember, it is what YOU bring to Sosua, that primarily determines the quality of your experience.
    We didn't always disagree. What happened to ya KingOakiedoke?

  12. #35119

    The good, the bad, and the sexy

    The Good: I finished up another trip to the SU. Like all previous times I left satisfied with a smile on my face. I ran through a lot more girls this time around than I usually do. Normally, I hit a handful and then find some dynamite that I wife up with. It actually got comical. On the last couple days I was on the strip trying to find a chica I hadn't screwed yet. I'm partial to Haitianas, but I had more than my share of Dominicanas. As stated in a previous post, I paid 2000 pesos a pop with incentive for a nice propina for good service. All were accepting and both parties were happy. I had some wild ones, the type of girls that really get into it, eye contact, kissing, the whole nine yards. I still haven't heard those hard-on killer words "Leche papi", so I must still have some charm, along with other attributes. Thankful for that. Boredom was never a problem. Away from the action I spent time with old friends, locals I had met on previous trips, or swimming at the beach. There's always people to talk with. I made some more friends and added to my contacts list. A word of advice I'd give newbies is to talk with people, especially if you're a solo traveler. Yes, talk with other travelers, but also locals. There are those just looking for a handout, but there are also a lot of good folks, trust me. I met several families at the beach, was even invited to people's homes, even given meals. One family came up on a Sunday from Santo Domingo and invited me back. I even met a non-pro from Santiago that turned out to be a blast. If you come to the SU and stay an introvert, you'll miss out on a lot. There's no reason to be bored.

    The Bad: Hey, you're on a tropical island full of gorgeous girls. What could go wrong? The longer you stay, sooner or later it'll hit you. It could be the ice in your drink, the water you used to brush your teeth, or the waiter that didn't wash his hands and served you. Whatever it might be that gurgle in your stomach will rear its ugly head. Another tip for newbies: bring Imodium. That might become your best friend. There's nothing like sitting on the can, pissing out of your ass, and house keeping knocks on your door and then walks in after you yelled "Estoy bien!" in-between grunts, cramps, and looking for something to hang onto to brace yourself for Armageddon. Ah, memories. I might've pushed a little too hard this trip as well, and caught a run-down head cold. Not bad, but enough to be annoying. Still, I pushed on loaded up with Tylenol, Imodium, and Sildenafil. Let me tell you, going out to get a chica in that condition can be a real gamble. Luckily it paid off. I had awful visions walking back to the hotel with a cutie if I got hit with the telltale cramps. "Hold on, baby. I have to go shit my brains out. Just stay in that position. " Thankfully, that never happened. Like I said, Imodium is your pal. The only other downside was tweeking my lower back fucking with a nineteen-year-old wildcat. It was one of those times you're having a blast, and then you think, "You've got to be fucking kicking me. " I told her what happened, and she finished me off in cowgirl like a champ. More Tylenol after that. All part of the experience.

    The Sexy: I call Hispaniola the land of narrow waists and big asses. Yes, there are some whales, but plenty of heart-shaped ass walking around. I had a lot of that. I won't give a rating on a scale from 1-10 because beauty is 100% subjective. I was happy with all my girls and that's what matters. Out of the many, only two girls were somewhat lifeless in bed. The rest all knew how to move and matched me stroke for stroke. Sweating, grinding, bouncing, and breathing heavy. They all put in the work. I have no complaints with these beauties.

    For those who hate on the SU you must be jaded, or the type of person who sees the glass half empty. You should be having a good time every day over here. To you newbies who were unfortunately born in the emotionless digital age, remember one thing when you step out of your shell in Sosua: it's all about perspective, attitude, and simplicity. Stop overthinking, stop trying to analyze, get off the dating apps, put down your damn electronic devices and just get out there. Be human, interact, keep it real, and enjoy yourself. Trust me, you'll thank me later.

  13. #35118

    Try santo Domingo

    Quote Originally Posted by VloneCarti  [View Original Post]
    I've been to Sosua twice this year already. I went back in March of a week then went again End of April. I'm back in the states again to my same sexless life I was living in before I went to Sosua and it's absolutely terrible. I don't miss Sosua itself much cause I got bored of being there since there isn't much to do. However, I really do miss the women and the experiences I had cause I know I can never get that experience in the United States. Anyone have any suggestions on what to do? I think my options are either figure out where is the US version of Sosua (which I don't think exists) or go back to the DR but find somewhere that isn't as boring as sosua is and just take bus rides to Sosua on the weekends?
    Depending on your level of speaking Spanish. Check out Santo Domingo, you have more bars, casino's, eating places and malls. Traffic is absolutely horrible. More women to choose from but they are not all in the same place as Bailey's for breakfast and Rumbas / kings at night. The bus ride to Sosua from Santo Domingo is 4 plus hours. Enjoy.

  14. #35117

    Great Insight. Don't let boredom be the leading cause of drama

    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    What can we say about Sosua chicas?

    They come in all shapes, sizes, shape and shades, from the total sluts, who want you put your fingers up her ass while she's riding you, and hand feeding you her glorious tits, to the fresh 18 year old, with smooth skin and flashing white teeth who looks like your favorite TV dancer, but just lies there while you do your thing with her. It's all here!

    Some of these are drama queens, so you take a chance if you bring a complete stranger into your room.

    Then there are the semi pros, (they usually have jobs) who you don't find on the street, and are actually choosy when it comes picking clients. They inhabit the bars, restaurants, shops, and often are working there. They have already passed muster on hygiene, grooming, and are trusted to handle cash and show up on time.

    As for none pros, you won't find any / many in Sosua, but if you do they will be likely be looking for a relationship that can be a time consuming commitment. The only non pro's who might be interested in fucking a weekend warrior are the resident aging ex-pat white cougars.

    Whatever your preference you have to adapt your approach accordingly, and likewise the price.

    It seems like 3 k is an acceptable going rate for full service street meat, but if you pile on a drink, a meal, transportation, a gift, a propina you're already out 4 k or more.

    I still see old putas around town that I enjoyed years ago, when they were fresh and new, and so was I, LOL. So there are a couple of putas, that come in to my favorite hangout to say hola, and I'll buy them a drink while we chat about the old days, and the people and places we knew. One in particular always brings me fresh sweet mangos. She has kept her looks, and when business is slow in the low season, she's happy to do my shopping when my regular is not around. Milk, bread, toothpaste, cigarettes, batteries, anything I need, while I enjoy my cold beer, with the boys.

    She's the one I mentioned in an earlier post about the guy who comes down from my home town and got into trouble with her. He was holding hands with her all night, and thought she was in love with him. Ah, Ego!

    But as I say, she cleans up real nice, so I surprised her and said let's go! Took her up to the Dulce Secreta 5 minutes away and she was enthusiastic. No negotiation, no hassle. I just gave her 3 k for her trouble and made her day. First street chica I've had in 7 years.

    A couple of things to avoid most hassle. At least vet her a little over conversation, or a drink, and explain what you want. Make sure she understands. Or get a reference from a chica you know.

    References from other mongers and wingmen can be problematic sometimes. One size doesn't fit all!

    I should tell you that another myth floated around is that ex-pats have it all figured out.

    One of the most surprising things I learned about Sosua was that ex-pats are not immune from the perils of Sosua.

    It's a small town, especially in the summer off season. I've come to know a lot of the ex-pat restaurant owners, and many of them have married locally, some have kids, and it's not unusual to hear the classic story that their local wives have upped and taken the kids to Santo Domingo to live with their family and new boyfriends. I know at least 4 restaurant owners and managers, that have gone that route.

    And regular expats are constantly experiencing drama with their local ladies. But you can't give a vet any advice, when he smiles at you, points to his dick, and tells you he's fucked up again! Pussy is a very powerful thing.

    So you mongers out there are not alone, there are a lot of guys who prefer their chicas and food spicy, and find soup and salad doesn't kick in that adrenaline rush from the drama they seem to enjoy! Some guys thrive on it!

    As always, IMHO and YMMV.
    Time moves differently down there as the number one cause of why folks that stay into drama when you live down there or frequent there alot is BOREDOM. Its why I figure you see some expats deal with the drama queens when they know better but hey it keeps there mind occupied. Me I prefer peace. Theres plenty of ways to deal with boredom down there but you get with the wrong female that causes you drama and it can devastate your life.

    You touched on a couple types of females that most don't talk about on here as the weekend warriors totally dismiss them. The olds school hoes that still do her thing more discreetly at the expat bars and those white cougars. Theres an abudance of cougars with money particularly if you go to Cabarete and the old school honeys (35&UP) will still take care of you proper. Remember after I left your bar walking back to crib an older female at another bar came to me and wanted to go back to the room with me. So I stop and had a quick drink at this other expat bar to gauge her. 44 yr old morena that was just looking for some extra work. Loves to clean as she works as a maid but work was slow. Gave good vibes so asked her how much. She says its up to me. So I told her I only have 2000 pesos. She says cool. 2 hrs later after she swallowed my secret blend of herbs and spices and a round of pound town, she's up in my room cleaning my kitchen butt naked. God I love that beach town.
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  15. #35116

    I Miss The Women in Sosua but not really Sosua itself. What to do?

    I've been to Sosua twice this year already. I went back in March of a week then went again End of April. I'm back in the states again to my same sexless life I was living in before I went to Sosua and it's absolutely terrible. I don't miss Sosua itself much cause I got bored of being there since there isn't much to do. However, I really do miss the women and the experiences I had cause I know I can never get that experience in the United States. Anyone have any suggestions on what to do? I think my options are either figure out where is the US version of Sosua (which I don't think exists) or go back to the DR but find somewhere that isn't as boring as sosua is and just take bus rides to Sosua on the weekends?

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