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    There is also another bus line.

    Both will stop in Puerto Plata. From there add about $5 for the taxi to BB.

    Quote Originally Posted by Adinga  [View Original Post]
    Tip. Use the Metro Bus when traveling from Sosua to Santo Domingo. Its very efficient and clean (AC and bathroom).

    It costs $10 and trip takes 4 1/2 hours -- It departs from the Texaco Station in Sosua every couple of hours.

  2. #15180
    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge  [View Original Post]
    This should help. Anything and everything you will find in Sosua, Blackbeards, Puerto Plata, and Santiago combined you will also find in Santo Domingo plus quite a bit more. It is true that Santo Domingo is not as tourist oriented as Sosua or Blackbeards (e. G. There are no touts on every street corner steering you and you can't walk the entirety of Santo Domingo in 30 minutes or less the way you can Sosua or Blackbeards, and there is no one to hold your dick for you like there is at Blackbeards).
    No touts in Santo Domingo? My two trips there, this was the worst part of the trip. I couldn't walk out of the hotel without someone wanting to follow me. In my experience in the Sue, most of them take no for an answer quicker.

  3. #15179
    Tip. Use the Metro Bus when traveling from Sosua to Santo Domingo. Its very efficient and clean (AC and bathroom).

    It costs $10 and trip takes 4 1/2 hours -- It departs from the Texaco Station in Sosua every couple of hours.

  4. #15178
    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge  [View Original Post]
    ... Blackbeard's, and there is no one to hold your dick for you like there is at Blackbeard's).
    You got me wanting to visit this place on this alone. Debating by extending my trip a few days so I can do both. Fly into Santiago and then visit Sousa and Blackbeards for a few days and do a little deep-sea fishing, etc. Then take an Uber down to Santo Domingo and enjoy a week there fully. Question is really going to be: Will DR be open back up yet? If so, what parts and how much.

  5. #15177
    Anyone having sex in the DR? I want this to be my first post covid destination.

  6. #15176
    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge  [View Original Post]
    All fares are fully refundable for any flight cancelled due to coronavirus restrictions.
    I have some friends who had planned a trip to Madrid, it was canceled by COVID. The company has not returned the money, they have given them some kind of bonuses for later. They wanted their money, I am talking about a whole family, more than $ 4000 that they need right now because they are out of work. Caos.

  7. #15175
    This should help. Anything and everything you will find in Sosua, Blackbeards, Puerto Plata, and Santiago combined you will also find in Santo Domingo plus quite a bit more. It is true that Santo Domingo is not as tourist oriented as Sosua or Blackbeards (e. G. There are no touts on every street corner steering you and you can't walk the entirety of Santo Domingo in 30 minutes or less the way you can Sosua or Blackbeards, and there is no one to hold your dick for you like there is at Blackbeards).

    Quote Originally Posted by George03  [View Original Post]
    Heck, try both if you have time. You can get from SD to Puerto Plato in about 3 hours on a bus, I think. If you have a week or less, I would go to Blackbeards for a couple of days, then to Sosua. You can get the in's and outs from some of the guests at BB"S. Santo Domingo may be slightly harder to navigate for a first time, if you only have a short time. Of course, I haven't been in over a year, and don't know how things will be post Covid.

  8. #15174
    Quote Originally Posted by YyzTravel  [View Original Post]
    Howdy guys. I have a trip planned to DR in August (pending the world getting back to normal). I have read about 30 pages back for both Sousa / Santo Domingo and am having a hard time deciding which one to go to. Here is what I'm looking for, and hoping you guys can help me pick what might be best for me. My budget is flexible, but I tend to like higher-end girls (8/9's') + quantity. I like the idea of at least 2-4 girls a day with at least two or three threesomes over the week. I really enjoy higher-end properties (Looking at the JW in Santo Domingo), but I wouldn't mind an air-bnb if I could find something that wasn't a dump.

    My ideal day is:.
    Heck, try both if you have time. You can get from SD to Puerto Plato in about 3 hours on a bus, I think. If you have a week or less, I would go to Blackbeards for a couple of days, then to Sosua. You can get the in's and outs from some of the guests at BB"S. Santo Domingo may be slightly harder to navigate for a first time, if you only have a short time. Of course, I haven't been in over a year, and don't know how things will be post Covid.

  9. #15173
    All fares are fully refundable for any flight cancelled due to coronavirus restrictions.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darelax  [View Original Post]
    I'm not going to buy a plane ticket in all of 2020. Only in 2021 will I start to think about traveling.

  10. #15172
    Quote Originally Posted by Bliadun  [View Original Post]
    Airlines are trying to get your money and if the flight is canceled you'll get a voucher. What happens to your voucher if an airline is bankrupt?
    I'm not going to buy a plane ticket in all of 2020. Only in 2021 will I start to think about traveling.

  11. #15171
    I am 100% sure both the United States Congress and the European Union have ruled that airlines that operate in their respective territories must provide full refunds for flights they cancel due to coronavirus travel restrictions. The passenger only needs to request it. If you have any doubt, call the airline and ask them. Again, it is an act of Congress and a European Union regulation (see the links). The USA Congress took action after the Department of Transportation received a flood of complaints from travelers who were offered vouchers and who endured stalling tactics by the airlines.

    Europe.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/davekea...funds-says-eu/#35 e653863710.

    United States.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...celed-by-virus

    With respect to the vouchers, they can lose all value in the event the issuing airline goes bankrupt. It has happened in the past. Sometimes a struggling airline is acquired by another and the vouchers are honored (e. G. Continental Airlines when United subsumed it). The airlines are clearly struggling. They have been offering 10% and more voucher value bonuses to encourage customers to accept them rather than request refunds they must provide. My advice is to avoid vouchers and demand refunds. If I remember correctly it took about 7 business days for the American Airlines refund to show up. I was reminded I had an Avianca ticket when I got a notification the flight was canceled. The e-mail urged me to request a voucher and did not offer a refund. I felt that was a shady business practice so I disputed the charge with my credit card provider and received an immediate credit that was made permanent a couple of days later. I see a lot of confusion and about the refund requirement. I am surprised by how few people seem aware of this rule that has been in place since early April. The Avianca practice is one of the reasons why.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bliadun  [View Original Post]
    Airlines are trying to get your money and if the flight is canceled you'll get a voucher. What happens to your voucher if an airline is bankrupt?

  12. #15170
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    What is interesting for me, is the fact that apparently STI is completely closed, while two in SDQ area are operating as airports.
    Looks like Santiago airport is very much open even though with only a handful of flights. So yes, the websites are probably a better source of info and the other source did not know what they were saying.

    https://aeropuertocibao.com.do/

  13. #15169

    Are you sure?

    Airlines are trying to get your money and if the flight is canceled you'll get a voucher. What happens to your voucher if an airline is bankrupt?

    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge  [View Original Post]
    By the way, the airline web sites are very good sources for information about when you would be able to travel.

  14. #15168
    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge  [View Original Post]
    The answer to your question is, as stated by the General Manager of Aerodom in the report you linked, "after the government authorizes it". Aerodom is not a government entity. It is a private company that operates Dominican airports with government authorization. The Aerodom executive explained that once authorized the decision of how soon to open which airports will depend on demand. She predicted that airports such as Puerto Plata that depend on tourism demand more than others would open later.

    Another poster question how and why Santo Domingo's Las Americas airport is operating. The answer is Santo Domingo is the destination for cargo, courier, and repatriation flights, unlike Santiago and other airports. By the way, the airline web sites are very good sources for information about when you would be able to travel.
    Clear information, I didn't know that SD airport is for cargo, courier, and repatriation flights, but yes make sense.

    I thought Aerodom was from the government, I did not understand the article well. I'll start to take a look to the airline websites!! Thanks!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    What is interesting for me, is the fact that apparently STI is completely closed, while two in SDQ area are operating as airports.

    By the way, here is another piece of news, from today: The President has asked for another extension, of 25 days, starting 6/2, of the lock down.

    "El presidente, Danilo Medina, pidi este mircoles al Congreso Nacional prorrogar el estado de emergencia por otros 25 dias a partir del 2 de junio "para seguir avanzando en la desescalada gradual why segura por fases del distanciamiento social why de la reapertura de la economa".
    I think it is reasonable about the 25 days more, better to be strong more days and get out of this!

  15. #15167
    The answer to your question is, as stated by the General Manager of Aerodom in the report you linked, "after the government authorizes it". Aerodom is not a government entity. It is a private company that operates Dominican airports with government authorization. The Aerodom executive explained that once authorized the decision of how soon to open which airports will depend on demand. She predicted that airports such as Puerto Plata that depend on tourism demand more than others would open later.

    Another poster question how and why Santo Domingo's Las Americas airport is operating. The answer is Santo Domingo is the destination for cargo, courier, and repatriation flights, unlike Santiago and other airports. By the way, the airline web sites are very good sources for information about when you would be able to travel.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darelax  [View Original Post]
    It is a question.

    "In the case of the airports of Puerto Plata and Saman they will be reactivated closer to the end of the year or beginning of 2021, although they will be available for whatever is required".

    Source:

    https://www.eldinero.com.do/107287/a...2kXv9Fw9cnB4Hc

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