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  1. #31942

    Nice

    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherP  [View Original Post]
    Someone needed to hear that bruh! You kept it actual and factual without being overly dramatic. Well done!
    Great report.

  2. #31941

    Good stuff!

    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    A couple observations, and a word of caution.

    Sosua, and perhaps the DR in general, has become a more dangerous place as the Covid restrictions get tighter.

    The ladies are off the streets and back home hunkered down with family and friends. They are surviving and not going hungry.

    There are a lot of young guys however on the streets, who normally make their living off tourists. As the tourists have disappeared, so has the money. I'm stopped every day on my walk, by some I know and some I don't. They are hungry and getting desperate. Selling everything they can for food, and whatever else they need. Old used facemasks and gloves, even old TVs and phones. It's the guys now, not chicas who are asking for money for milk and food for their kids.

    It's good there is a curfew, as going out on the street at night could be more dangerous to your health than the virus. But at the same time it adds to the general pent up desperation for some.

    There are no newbies to worry about anymore, but we expats need to be extra aware of the potential for trouble, as long as this dire situation lasts.

    So as long as you stay safe, the weather's good, there's wi fi to keep in touch with "loved ones" (but no public transport to bring them in) there's food at the supermercado, and it's not the worst place to be in an emergency!

    Be smart!
    Someone needed to hear that bruh! You kept it actual and factual without being overly dramatic. Well done!

  3. #31940
    Quote Originally Posted by HuskerDude  [View Original Post]
    Colombia is now banning citizens too besides foreigners.
    Also the land borders with Ecuador, Brazil and Peru will be closed.

  4. #31939
    A couple observations, and a word of caution.

    Sosua, and perhaps the DR in general, has become a more dangerous place as the Covid restrictions get tighter.

    The ladies are off the streets and back home hunkered down with family and friends. They are surviving and not going hungry.

    There are a lot of young guys however on the streets, who normally make their living off tourists. As the tourists have disappeared, so has the money. I'm stopped every day on my walk, by some I know and some I don't. They are hungry and getting desperate. Selling everything they can for food, and whatever else they need. Old used facemasks and gloves, even old TVs and phones. It's the guys now, not chicas who are asking for money for milk and food for their kids.

    It's good there is a curfew, as going out on the street at night could be more dangerous to your health than the virus. But at the same time it adds to the general pent up desperation for some.

    There are no newbies to worry about anymore, but we expats need to be extra aware of the potential for trouble, as long as this dire situation lasts.

    So as long as you stay safe, the weather's good, there's wi fi to keep in touch with "loved ones" (but no public transport to bring them in) there's food at the supermercado, and it's not the worst place to be in an emergency!

    Be smart!

  5. #31938
    Sometimes as a BM you should just add a poster to your Ignore List. Always recognize a troll, don't feed them. Hopefully moderators act swiftly to ban any resurfacing fuckturd.

  6. #31937
    Quote Originally Posted by Bootycrusher  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys,

    I'm going to sosua once all this you know what blows over and I wanted to go down and film big booty chicas for my amateur porn adventures. I was wondering do you think the chicas will be down if so how much pesos do I think it will run me?

    I know you guys know Toticos LOL but they kind of faded out.
    Taking couple of pictures is one thing. But to use them for porn videos is totally different. You might be in legal trouble. Maybe better to hire a lawyer and sign agreement with the chica in question.

  7. #31936

    Filming?

    Hey guys,

    I'm going to sosua once all this you know what blows over and I wanted to go down and film big booty chicas for my amateur porn adventures. I was wondering do you think the chicas will be down if so how much pesos do I think it will run me?

    I know you guys know Toticos LOL but they kind of faded out.

  8. #31935

    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.

  9. #31934
    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo  [View Original Post]
    Did they recently change it from 5 PM to 6 AM?
    Yes effective today (Friday).

  10. #31933
    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?

  11. #31932
    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?

  12. #31931
    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).

  13. #31930
    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).

  14. #31929
    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.

  15. #31928
    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.

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