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  1. #15505
    Quote Originally Posted by Motcar  [View Original Post]
    So I am going to venture along the Malencon today along Avenida Espana in Santo Domingo Este. I have been told that there are a few casas de citas in this area. If any of you guys know of names or locations of these places it would be greatly appreciated. I will do the recon work and report back to the team here. Also, let me know if I am heading to the wrong place for these fine establishments. Have a great day.

    Also I have hooked up with a gal from Cambito Garabitos and she tells me that she has a friend or three that would be interested in doing a little side work. She provided a nice service por dos mil quinentos. But she needs bus money also, another doscientos.

    Thanks in advance.
    Some Venezuelans were working out of tibi tabo just past the gas station. Not sure now.

  2. #15504

    Thanks for invite

    I will be in SD in 3 week on a Sunday. Like you I think I am a positive person who enjoys every day. I like you enjoy the El Conde stroll. Would enjoy sharing a brew.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrGogo  [View Original Post]
    Today I'm doing my usual two hour walk on el Conde in the morning when one of the expats stopped me after my workout and said it's a festival going on just north of el Conde. We decided to go and it was nice, even got to meet the police chief Mr Sosa, cool dude. After the festival we went to the monger / expat office, the cigar shop by the park. One expat had his JBL portable speaker playing old school r&b then some jazz. Lovely spot to post up. Girls parading through, events like quinceras, people taking pictures with the pigeons, groups riding bikes and an old school painter in front of el Conde restaurant. The curfew is extended till 9 pm so this is the first time I've been out at nighttime.

    My lady and son were at my apartment so I needed to get home but the party wasn't over. I mentioned to a friend at the cigar shop that I was going home and I had some Leyenda Brugal at the house and off we went. We saw another expat in front of National and invited him also. We sat on my huge balcony overlooking Zona Colonial and sipped on the liquor after my girl brought three glassed out, a bowl of ice and sliced lemons. Boney James played on my Sirius radio tv channel. The expats spent the next hour arguing about who has the worst Spanish LOL. I'm laughing because they both feel they are right and never admit when they aren't, funny shit, but I call it wasted energy. My girl came out with three plates of grilled chicken strips, French fries and tossed salad. I didn't even know she was cooking. We ate and the Fellas left at 9:15 pm not even worried about violating the curfew.

    Anyone visiting Santo Domingo and wants to have a drink with the old city in the background hit me up. I just ask that you don't have insecurities about critics on an anonymous chat board. I'm a positive dude so let's appreciate the good things.

    BTW, good meeting you Mr darkness.

  3. #15503

    First trip to DR middle of October

    Any advice, pointers or anything would be greatly appreciated send me a PM please I would appreciate the help.

  4. #15502
    I am planning to visit Ecuador, does anyone from here with any experience?

    I ask it here because I already know you guys and I trust you. Anyway I have asked the same in Ecuador section (just in case there it no one here with the info).

    Thank you in advance guys!

  5. #15501
    Quote Originally Posted by MrGogo  [View Original Post]
    Today I'm doing my usual two hour walk on el Conde in the morning when one of the expats stopped me after my workout and said it's a festival going on just north of el Conde. We decided to go and it was nice, even got to meet the police chief Mr Sosa, cool dude. After the festival we went to the monger / expat office, the cigar shop by the park. One expat had his JBL portable speaker playing old school r&b then some jazz. Lovely spot to post up. Girls parading through, events like quinceras, people taking pictures with the pigeons, groups riding bikes and an old school painter in front of el Conde restaurant. The curfew is extended till 9 pm so this is the first time I've been out at nighttime.

    My lady and son were at my apartment so I needed to get home but the party wasn't over. I mentioned to a friend at the cigar shop that I was going home and I had some Leyenda Brugal at the house and off we went. We saw another expat in front of National and invited him also. We sat on my huge balcony overlooking Zona Colonial and sipped on the liquor after my girl brought three glassed out, a bowl of ice and sliced lemons. Boney James played on my Sirius radio tv channel. The expats spent the next hour arguing about who has the worst Spanish LOL. I'm laughing because they both feel they are right and never admit when they aren't, funny shit, but I call it wasted energy. My girl came out with three plates of grilled chicken strips, French fries and tossed salad. I didn't even know she was cooking. We ate and the Fellas left at 9:15 pm not even worried about violating the curfew.

    Anyone visiting Santo Domingo and wants to have a drink with the old city in the background hit me up. I just ask that you don't have insecurities about critics on an anonymous chat board. I'm a positive dude so let's appreciate the good things.

    BTW, good meeting you Mr darkness.
    Thank you for the offer. Will look you up the next trip I make to DR! When all this madness is over hopefully.

  6. #15500

    A day with Gogo

    Today I'm doing my usual two hour walk on el Conde in the morning when one of the expats stopped me after my workout and said it's a festival going on just north of el Conde. We decided to go and it was nice, even got to meet the police chief Mr Sosa, cool dude. After the festival we went to the monger / expat office, the cigar shop by the park. One expat had his JBL portable speaker playing old school r&b then some jazz. Lovely spot to post up. Girls parading through, events like quinceras, people taking pictures with the pigeons, groups riding bikes and an old school painter in front of el Conde restaurant. The curfew is extended till 9 pm so this is the first time I've been out at nighttime.

    My lady and son were at my apartment so I needed to get home but the party wasn't over. I mentioned to a friend at the cigar shop that I was going home and I had some Leyenda Brugal at the house and off we went. We saw another expat in front of National and invited him also. We sat on my huge balcony overlooking Zona Colonial and sipped on the liquor after my girl brought three glassed out, a bowl of ice and sliced lemons. Boney James played on my Sirius radio tv channel. The expats spent the next hour arguing about who has the worst Spanish LOL. I'm laughing because they both feel they are right and never admit when they aren't, funny shit, but I call it wasted energy. My girl came out with three plates of grilled chicken strips, French fries and tossed salad. I didn't even know she was cooking. We ate and the Fellas left at 9:15 pm not even worried about violating the curfew.

    Anyone visiting Santo Domingo and wants to have a drink with the old city in the background hit me up. I just ask that you don't have insecurities about critics on an anonymous chat board. I'm a positive dude so let's appreciate the good things.

    BTW, good meeting you Mr darkness.

  7. #15499

    Casas de cita cerca Avenida Espana?

    So I am going to venture along the Malencon today along Avenida Espana in Santo Domingo Este. I have been told that there are a few casas de citas in this area. If any of you guys know of names or locations of these places it would be greatly appreciated. I will do the recon work and report back to the team here. Also, let me know if I am heading to the wrong place for these fine establishments. Have a great day.

    Also I have hooked up with a gal from Cambito Garabitos and she tells me that she has a friend or three that would be interested in doing a little side work. She provided a nice service por dos mil quinentos. But she needs bus money also, another doscientos.

    Thanks in advance.

  8. #15498
    Quote Originally Posted by Turgid  [View Original Post]
    Which would you prefer to fuck an ugly girl or to jerk off to a pretty girl on Chaturbate?
    Great question! I prefer a good jerk off to an online (video chat) pretty girl. I never fucj ugly girls.

    By the way long time without visit chatubarte! Cool site!

  9. #15497
    Quote Originally Posted by Darelax  [View Original Post]
    I've taken a couple of video calling services to jerk off myself! Pretty girls!
    Which would you prefer to fuck an ugly girl or to jerk off to a pretty girl on Chaturbate?

  10. #15496
    There are casas in operation. There is also of course lots of action on skokka.

    Quote Originally Posted by Motcar  [View Original Post]
    Given the pandemic this is probably a stupid question, but are there any of the massage houses operating yet? Thanks.

  11. #15495

    Possibly a stupid question

    Given the pandemic this is probably a stupid question, but are there any of the massage houses operating yet? Thanks.

  12. #15494
    Quote Originally Posted by StrawHat  [View Original Post]
    On Seeking but I had to screen out a bunch, did video calls with about 10 and picked a couple.

    Strawhat.
    I've taken a couple of video calling services to jerk off myself! Pretty girls!

  13. #15493

    Found my girls

    On Seeking but I had to screen out a bunch, did video calls with about 10 and picked a couple.

    Strawhat.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darelax  [View Original Post]
    Great StrawHat! Where did you find the girls?

    Now I have to practice my Spanish. - Duolingo.

  14. #15492
    Something else to consider is the extensions are subject to review at least once during the 25 day extension periods. As for all inclusive resorts, they would need curfew exemptions for their employees to operate at peak season capacity. I agree that Semana Santa is as or more important to Dominicans as Three Kings / Christmas / New Year but of course all inclusive resorts and international tourism have little to do with Dominicans who don't work in the industry.

    Quote Originally Posted by Manizales911  [View Original Post]
    I won't try to predict when the curfew ends but two things to keep in mind is that they only extend it by 25 days or thereabouts at a time so there could be and most likely be at least one more extension prior to the Christmas holiday. As far as a curfew being in place through Christmas I would NOT bet against it seeing as they had curfew through this past Semana Santa which is much more "all important" to Dominicans than Christmas. Tourism in the DR is dead as as a doornail as long as countries like Canada and others require a 14 day quarantine upon returning to their home country, the curfew does not affect tourism that much because most tourists to the DR go to all inclusive resorts and are not affected by the curfew one iota.

  15. #15491
    Quote Originally Posted by StrawHat  [View Original Post]
    I enjoyed last weeks visit to Santo Domingo so much that I just arranged my next trip in October. I will book one of the ladies I spent time with last week for the first two days, then spend a day drinking beer and smoking cigars to recuperate and try out a new lady for my last two days.

    Now I have to practice my Spanish.

    Strawhat.
    Great StrawHat! Where did you find the girls?

    Now I have to practice my Spanish. - Duolingo.

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