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  1. #32508
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    I was planning a trip (as usual, for a week) in February which is now in disarray. For return the expectation is to have a negative test report, otherwise boarding a flight will not be possible. So, my question, to the Expats on this forum and residing in the vicinity, is: is such a thing even possible, test report within 3 days of departure and if so, where and at what cost? Understandably this will hamstring a lot of short term tourists including in the All Inclusive, in this high season, that the DR government is trying to woo back.

    Thanks for your thoughtful comments.
    https://www.drtravelcenter.com/quest...to-my-country/

  2. #32507
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    I was planning a trip (as usual, for a week) in February which is now in disarray. For return the expectation is to have a negative test report, otherwise boarding a flight will not be possible. So, my question, to the Expats on this forum and residing in the vicinity, is: is such a thing even possible, test report within 3 days of departure and if so, where and at what cost? Understandably this will hamstring a lot of short term tourists including in the All Inclusive, in this high season, that the DR government is trying to woo back.

    Thanks for your thoughtful comments.
    I posted on this topic recently, link below:

    http://www.internationalsexguide.nl/...650&viewfull=1#post2521650.

  3. #32506

    Covid testing in Sosua / Pto Pta?

    I was planning a trip (as usual, for a week) in February which is now in disarray. For return the expectation is to have a negative test report, otherwise boarding a flight will not be possible. So, my question, to the Expats on this forum and residing in the vicinity, is: is such a thing even possible, test report within 3 days of departure and if so, where and at what cost? Understandably this will hamstring a lot of short term tourists including in the All Inclusive, in this high season, that the DR government is trying to woo back.

    Thanks for your thoughtful comments.

  4. #32505
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisH  [View Original Post]
    But are the chicas out and about before curfew?
    Obviously not in great numbers. You can still find them strolling the beach, and around the bars, but the organized ones use their smart phones now to stay in touch with their clients.

    On another note, all the main spots have wi fi, but after getting frustrated with the spotty signal on my laptop at my apartment, I got my Iphone set up as a "personal hot spot" with Altice for 1000 pesos per month. Works like a charm. Don't know what took me so long.

    For me happiness is a fast internet connection in these curfew times.

  5. #32504
    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    If you come to Sosua, you can find hotels open and operating normally for guests. Most hotels allow guests, so hooking up is not a problem. Day staff must be home 3 hours after the 5 PM weekday curfew, (12 noon on weekends) Curfews are not enforced within hotel properties, but you cannot be on the street, except for valid emergencies and ticketed travel.

    In town and on the beach, colmados, bars and restaurants are now allowed open at 50% seating capacity during non curfew hours, and delivery is available till 11 PM.

    Tourists are still arriving at the POP airport.

    The major problem for visitors appears to be the testing and quarantine requirements on arrival back in the home country.
    But are the chicas out and about before curfew?

  6. #32503

    Update

    If you come to Sosua, you can find hotels open and operating normally for guests. Most hotels allow guests, so hooking up is not a problem. Day staff must be home 3 hours after the 5 PM weekday curfew, (12 noon on weekends) Curfews are not enforced within hotel properties, but you cannot be on the street, except for valid emergencies and ticketed travel.

    In town and on the beach, colmados, bars and restaurants are now allowed open at 50% seating capacity during non curfew hours, and delivery is available till 11 PM.

    Tourists are still arriving at the POP airport.

    The major problem for visitors appears to be the testing and quarantine requirements on arrival back in the home country.

  7. #32502
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisBigdog  [View Original Post]
    The video looked to be during the day. Are restaurants open or I have to cook for Myself?
    If you were a newbie, I would probably suggest that you hold off your visit, given that there are uncertainties with curfew hours and even incoming flights, after 1/10. On the other hand, if you can get over there, I am sure Sosua will cook up all sorts of stuff for you. Restaurants of all kinds, the burger / fried chicken or the local I. E, Dominican as well the fancy Italian / German kind are all working, within the constraint of limited hours.

    I came back from there in the new year and I ate plenty in the restaurants.

  8. #32501
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisBigdog  [View Original Post]
    The video looked to be during the day. Are restaurants open or I have to cook for.

    Myself?
    Well, right now the hotels are open and so are their bars. But they close early due to the curfew. Some regular bars manage to stay open during the day, ostensibly to serve take out food, while you wait. LOL.

    Enforcement is spotty, and selective, because everybody expects the bars and restaurants to be back open on Monday.

    The cops drove right past my crowded bar yesterday and we we partying with 3 of my favorite bartenders who have been shut down. They are were bored, hungry and looking for clients.

    Meanwhile the main Beach is open and so are the restaurants so I promised to take them down there for the afternoon. Lunch and beer, and they are happy and can meet all their friends down there while I kick back and watch the show.

    I suppose if you are a non drinker here, you are severely restricted from the remaining action, and it's no place for you.

    So the problem for the casual visitor is the lack of street action, but I rather be here than back in my country where its cold, miserable and almost completely shut down, no bars. Restaurants except for delivery.

    (As usual IMHO, and YMMV).

  9. #32500

    Thanks

    The video looked to be during the day. Are restaurants open or I have to cook for.

    Myself?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    No need to panic. Women still need the money and there are still guys looking for women. Of course, if you are picking from the streets, as the other poster mentioned, you may have to start looking earlier in the day rather than at night or afternoon, given that there is a curfew that starts early evening. Not to speak of midday on the weekend. I just came back from there after spending a week. I personally do not pick people off the street I. E, having a harem, pays off but as they say, it is what it is but life still goes on.

  10. #32499
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisBigdog  [View Original Post]
    Holy Shit. You aren't kidding.
    No need to panic. Women still need the money and there are still guys looking for women. Of course, if you are picking from the streets, as the other poster mentioned, you may have to start looking earlier in the day rather than at night or afternoon, given that there is a curfew that starts early evening. Not to speak of midday on the weekend. I just came back from there after spending a week. I personally do not pick people off the street I. E, having a harem, pays off but as they say, it is what it is but life still goes on.

  11. #32498

    Ok wow

    Holy Shit. You aren't kidding.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Who are these guys that say all is well and things are open late? Did they happen to mention there is a noon curfew on weekends and a 5 pm curfew on weekdays in DR? Last I heard/saw Sosua is a ghost town. See for yourself in the video from 3 days ago. The world is pretty much shut down. If you just have to go somewhere with chicks at the moment then I would suggest Rio de Janeiro and Medellin as your best bets.

    https://www.facebook.com/detrasdelru...1387022439541/

  12. #32497

    Sosua can still be fun

    I just came back from 10 days in Sosua over Christmas. The curfew did get stricter right after I left though. I keep in contact with girls in between trips so that did help when I was there. Badoo did produce some results. The other app which is decent for finding girls is tagged. When I was there I did notice there were girls out earlier. They were out late morning up until things shutting down around 6 for the 7 pm curfew. The girls can still move around after curfew but they have to take an approved taxi which adds to the costs. I just found it easier to make morning appointments with girls that aren't too far. Its the DR. Just because there's a curfew it doesn't mean that suddenly there aren't any girls who need to sell their body for money. You just have to figure out how to find them because the street traffic is down overall yes. The social media platforms have never let me down! It all depends on what your goals for the trip are. You will not be hanging out in the street until midnight.

  13. #32496
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisBigdog  [View Original Post]
    I'm a bit confused about what's going on there. Some guys seem to be suggesting that all is well, that places are open fairly late while other guys say nothing to speak of regarding women.
    Who are these guys that say all is well and things are open late? Did they happen to mention there is a noon curfew on weekends and a 5 pm curfew on weekdays in DR? Last I heard/saw Sosua is a ghost town. See for yourself in the video from 3 days ago. The world is pretty much shut down. If you just have to go somewhere with chicks at the moment then I would suggest Rio de Janeiro and Medellin as your best bets.

    https://www.facebook.com/detrasdelru...1387022439541/

  14. #32495

    Sosua update

    Hey guys. Been a moderately generous contributor here, but not of late (just haven't been anywhere).

    Headed to Sosua Thursday to Sunday next week staying at Casa Valeria; 50's, tall strawberry blonde dude if you want to say Hello,.

    I'm a bit confused about what's going on there. Some guys seem to be suggesting that all is well, that places are open fairly late while other guys say nothing to speak of regarding women.

    I've been to Sosua going on 15 years; I guess about 1012 trips over the years, and really haven't kept up with any girls as I prefer variety and don't like the requests for money when I'm away.

    So no harem to fall back on.

    Anyhow, I'm happy to go online if need be; badoo is best or otherwise? But I figured I'the ask for a bit of help if that's not necessary.

    I prefer innocent Haitians to hard core Dominicans.

    Thanks everyone and be safe!

    Chris.

  15. #32494

    Belated Merry Christmas!

    Got to Sosua a couple of days back, via STI. Terrible arrival, before immigration, with about 400 people milling around at that ungodly madrugada. Took over an hour to get out.

    Went for Christmas eve dinner at the New Italian restaurant. The fixed menu is in the picture. The restaurant is at Sosua Bay hotel, beyond the casino. Dinner for me (one person) was about 2100 pesos, left 2500 pesos.

    The weather so far, coming from where I come from, is fantastic. Blue sky and about 70 degrees, nights are balmy too.

    Nothing to speak of regarding women. One thought struck me though. I was at New Garden last night for an after dinner cafe and grappa. There were a bunch of NY / Chicago kind (no mask and about 7-8 of this kind) and the women accompanying were with big butt, fake eyelashes and in very enviable one piece lycras, leaving nothing to imagination. The Germans and Europeans on the other hand, have these skinny kinds around them. Interesting contrasts.
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