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  1. #31548

    Cause you asked

    Mr e I have a flight booked in about 35 days. Got a good round trip price. On my way to Sambill to meet my evenings are.

    Entertainment.

  2. #31547
    Quote Originally Posted by OldKool  [View Original Post]
    Sosua is still awesome fun as long as you focus on what have and not what was.
    So you plan on going back soon?

  3. #31546
    Quote Originally Posted by OldKool  [View Original Post]
    On the bus to SD. Spent the weekend in sosua. Things have changed but the game is the same. The old strip is a memory but annvee is rocking all the Hos one man handle. I watched the football game there. Laid atmosphere with the fellows. The night action revolves around the place. In many ways it is better then the Classicos Merengue setup. No admission charges and the place is packed. Enough eye candy for anyone. I did some of my favs but managed to find 3 new ones. Had zero problems with performance or scammers. Day action is a thing of the pass. During day streets are bare. Bailey s is popping as a place for the girls to post early evenings. Sosua is still awesome fun as long as you focus on what have and not what was. Old still kool and out.
    I stayed there before the club opened. Do you know if you have a room there can you take multiple girls from the club to your room? Do you know if they let girls hang during the day like New Garden?

  4. #31545

    Leaving Sosua

    On the bus to SD. Spent the weekend in sosua. Things have changed but the game is the same. The old strip is a memory but annvee is rocking all the Hos one man handle. I watched the football game there. Laid atmosphere with the fellows. The night action revolves around the place. In many ways it is better then the Classicos Merengue setup. No admission charges and the place is packed. Enough eye candy for anyone. I did some of my favs but managed to find 3 new ones. Had zero problems with performance or scammers. Day action is a thing of the pass. During day streets are bare. Bailey s is popping as a place for the girls to post early evenings. Sosua is still awesome fun as long as you focus on what have and not what was. Old still kool and out.

  5. #31544
    Quote Originally Posted by Turgid  [View Original Post]
    Let me rephrase the question. How easy is it for a foreigner to purchase a commercial property in the DR?
    https://drlawyer.com/publication/leg...ican-republic/

  6. #31543
    Quote Originally Posted by Turgid  [View Original Post]
    Let me rephrase the question. How easy is it for a foreigner to purchase a commercial property in the DR?
    That's a loaded question, LOL.

    Commercial. Could mean an income property or an existing business.

    If you have experience running a similar business in a similar environment, you have a leg up, but you really need to understand the game and the culture and have some reliable local connections, and a trustworthy local lawyer (if you can find one! LOL).

    I ran my own business all my life, and I love Sosua, but I've heard enough tales of woe from business owners here, successful and not, that it's the last place I would attempt it!

    I wish anybody who does, good luck!

  7. #31542
    Quote Originally Posted by Manizales911  [View Original Post]
    It is no longer for sale.
    Let me rephrase the question. How easy is it for a foreigner to purchase a commercial property in the DR?

  8. #31541
    Quote Originally Posted by Turgid  [View Original Post]
    How easy is it for a foreigner to purchase this?
    It is no longer for sale.

  9. #31540
    Quote Originally Posted by Quagmire1974  [View Original Post]
    For those who were not aware, that new bar / restaurant is named "Matteo's Seaside Pub." And his old location (Midtown Sosua Restaurant and Bar) is available for purchase at $40,000 USD...........
    How easy is it for a foreigner to purchase this?

  10. #31539

    On the ground

    A typical Sunday, Sosua downtown quiet. Checked out the new Rumba location down by the Casino, which opened yesterday. Big Joe from Sosua Lights on door. Nice spot, good food, watched Ravens beat SF.

    Met a local buddy who took me to Los Charamicos to visit family for Domingo Sociale. Sat out on street, bachata cranked up, drinking cheap Jumbo Presidentes from the colmado and catching up with the latest, and watching the passing parade. Lots of eye candy, no changes ever, in Charamicos.

    Invited to go fishing next week with buddy. Didn't catch anything last time we went, no fancy gear just a line on a spool, but a nice cruise around the bay anyway. A recommended diversion for a bored monger.

    Problem was when we came back there was a high swell rolling up on the beach and we overturned. Buddy left his boat and motor and made sure I got to shore ok, first.

    Locals are like that!

  11. #31538
    Quote Originally Posted by Quagmire1974  [View Original Post]
    For those who were not aware, that new bar / restaurant is named "Matteo's Seaside Pub." And his old location (Midtown Sosua Restaurant and Bar) is available for purchase at $40,000 USD.

    I also saw in the Sosua forum on TripAdvisor that Scandinavian Beach Bar was renamed The Rehab Bar and is apparently doing well. I was sure that place was going to close permanently after Tom died.
    $40,000 usd is dirt cheap for that spot.

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  13. #31536
    Quote Originally Posted by Manizales911  [View Original Post]
    Yes, it is one of the only bars where girls hang out that is still open, they got lucky and weren't targeted for closure for some reason and it is always packed at night, the small bar next to it too, don't know the name of that bar though.
    Thanks for the info, hoping to get that way in January.

  14. #31535
    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    That little bar next door is run by the bartender of the old corner Bermuda Bar. A long time friend from day one, she moved into a small space and opened a hair and manicure salon. I dropped by after she moved in and she brought out a cold beer from the back. I told her it would make a good little bar for her old customers.

    She was already ahead of me, and on my next visit she was serving beer to her hair and nail customers.

    Next visit she had put up a little bar front and a proper beer fridge, instead of buying singles from the colmado across the street. I always brought her coasters and other bar stuff from Canada on my visits. It was always a little haven for chicas chased off the main drag by the cops.

    Gradually she has opened it up into a proper little bar, and is doing well evenings and weekends. I still get a haircut or a man/pedicure from one of her regulars.

    We call it Rosa's.
    She seems to be doing quite well, almost always full, don't know how many are paying customers but I will stop by and buy a few drinks for sure.

  15. #31534
    Quote Originally Posted by Manizales911  [View Original Post]
    Yes, it is one of the only bars where girls hang out that is still open, they got lucky and weren't targeted for closure for some reason and it is always packed at night, the small bar next to it too, don't know the name of that bar though.
    That little bar next door is run by the bartender of the old corner Bermuda Bar. A long time friend from day one, she moved into a small space and opened a hair and manicure salon. I dropped by after she moved in and she brought out a cold beer from the back. I told her it would make a good little bar for her old customers.

    She was already ahead of me, and on my next visit she was serving beer to her hair and nail customers.

    Next visit she had put up a little bar front and a proper beer fridge, instead of buying singles from the colmado across the street. I always brought her coasters and other bar stuff from Canada on my visits. It was always a little haven for chicas chased off the main drag by the cops.

    Gradually she has opened it up into a proper little bar, and is doing well evenings and weekends. I still get a haircut or a man/pedicure from one of her regulars.

    We call it Rosa's.

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