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  1. #879
    Quote Originally Posted by Ks345  [View Original Post]
    I am planning to visit June 1st week. BB sold out for few days and searching similar one around. Please share if you know similar to BB.
    A few options. On the other side of Puerto Plata, across from the Playa Dorada resort complex, is OASIS, formerly Field of Dreams. Recent reports say that the quality for the cost is poor in all categories. But girls are available. Might suffice for a couple of days.

    Contact BB and ask if they have any recommendations for "overflow" for a couple of days.

    once found an AIR BNB option available in Costambar. Look it up. Condos in Costambar for rent. You could hang at BBs, and get "take out" to your rented apartment for a small fee.

  2. #878

    Nice informative summary.

    I am planning to visit June 1st week. BB sold out for few days and searching similar one around. Please share if you know similar to BB.

    Quote Originally Posted by MarvinHinton  [View Original Post]
    Much thanks to the reviews and guidance from those who plowed this path before. My observations from 2 weeks at BB.

    1. Airport: POP is a small and easy airport. The 50 DOP / USD exchange rate makes transactions bilingually fluent. In fact, at the Bar Room where I had lunch, they were short on DOP and had to provide change in USD. Didn't touch the exchange booths at the airport. True anywhere you can do better on rates if you can hold off.

    2. Transit: credit to Colbert1 for recommending Nexus Tours. 22 USD roundtrip. I had plenty of what-ifs running through my head but everything was smooth as can be. Both shuttles were well AC'd. 3 others on the shuttle going, me solo coming back so very comfortable. Out of the airport, it was even easier than looking for a guy in in orange shirt at the airport since they had a booth right outside the doors. My flight was delayed 2 hours but they didn't blink an eye. Greeter spoke great English. On the return, the driver was 10 minutes early and pick-up was directly in front of BB. The only hassle didn't have to do with Nexus Tours but figuring out how to use the phone card + BB house phone to confirm the reservation 24 hours ahead of my departure. Fortunately, the staff helped me on punching in the phone card procedures. Never had to touch a taxi...

  3. #877

    Wifi is much better than before.

    However, you WILL have a few interruptions in service every day, some will last a few minutes, others a few hours. Local sim card with 4 g is a must in your case. Data package are reasonably priced in DR.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheWindexMan  [View Original Post]
    Being that I work for my company from home, I'm thinking of doing a week at Blackbeards, without my company knowing that I left the country. When I did Blackbeards back in 2009, I also tried something similar, but the problem was that the wifi at Blackbeards was only decent when I sat outside my room. In my room, it was horrible due to the brick walls. For the telephone, I used magicjack back then, but that depended on the internet, so since I had to sit outside and outside had a lot of noise, well let's just say things didn't go well. People being heard speaking spanish in the background is a little suspicious, right? So for 2019, can someone please give their opinion on the wifi and if it works well within the room? I really need to work within a quiet room, then have a lot of fun with the girls at night. Also any suggestion concerning the phone, where I don't have to depend on the wifi, but the price for the call will still be low calling the Usa from DR?

    Thanks for your help!

  4. #876
    Quote Originally Posted by TheWindexMan  [View Original Post]
    Being that I work for my company from home, I'm thinking of doing a week at Blackbeards, without my company knowing that I left the country. When I did Blackbeards back in 2009, I also tried something similar, but the problem was that the wifi at Blackbeards was only decent when I sat outside my room. In my room, it was horrible due to the brick walls. For the telephone, I used magicjack back then, but that depended on the internet, so since I had to sit outside and outside had a lot of noise, well let's just say things didn't go well. People being heard speaking spanish in the background is a little suspicious, right? So for 2019, can someone please give their opinion on the wifi and if it works well within the room? I really need to work within a quiet room, then have a lot of fun with the girls at night. Also any suggestion concerning the phone, where I don't have to depend on the wifi, but the price for the call will still be low calling the Usa from DR?

    Thanks for your help!
    WIFI has improved at BB. I was recently there in late Jan. I suggest the the rooms in the main building or before,5 as the router is just outside the room there on the 2nd floor.

  5. #875

    Please talk to me about the wifi

    Being that I work for my company from home, I'm thinking of doing a week at Blackbeards, without my company knowing that I left the country. When I did Blackbeards back in 2009, I also tried something similar, but the problem was that the wifi at Blackbeards was only decent when I sat outside my room. In my room, it was horrible due to the brick walls. For the telephone, I used magicjack back then, but that depended on the internet, so since I had to sit outside and outside had a lot of noise, well let's just say things didn't go well. People being heard speaking spanish in the background is a little suspicious, right? So for 2019, can someone please give their opinion on the wifi and if it works well within the room? I really need to work within a quiet room, then have a lot of fun with the girls at night. Also any suggestion concerning the phone, where I don't have to depend on the wifi, but the price for the call will still be low calling the Usa from DR?

    Thanks for your help!

  6. #874
    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesPooter  [View Original Post]
    Then you can come and watch me soon. Not right now though, as I remain a young stripling of 78 until mid-May.
    Damn, Charles, you should make videos. You could have a new career.

  7. #873
    Quote Originally Posted by MarvinHinton  [View Original Post]
    Although it would be something to see a 79 year-old on the hunt for chicas.
    Then you can come and watch me soon. Not right now though, as I remain a young stripling of 78 until mid-May.

  8. #872
    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesPooter  [View Original Post]
    Surely you do not prefer fact-filled trip reports to the ten-paragraph posts on the theory of mongering?

    Yes, well done Marvin Hinton. You still have not told me whether you are the real Marvin Hinton. If so, I saw your debut.
    If by real you mean famous, as in the footballer, then no. Although it would be something to see a 79 year-old to on the hunt for chicas.

  9. #871
    Quote Originally Posted by Yanqui69  [View Original Post]
    Good to see trip reports back on the thread, which is why the thread exists.
    Surely you do not prefer fact-filled trip reports to the ten-paragraph posts on the theory of mongering?

    Yes, well done Marvin Hinton. You still have not told me whether you are the real Marvin Hinton. If so, I saw your debut.

  10. #870
    Quote Originally Posted by MarvinHinton  [View Original Post]
    Much thanks to the reviews and guidance from those who plowed this path before. My observations from 2 weeks at BB.
    Nice report. Comprehensive, and to the point. Good to see trip reports back on the thread, which is why the thread exists. Muchas gracias.

  11. #869

    2 weeks at BB thoughts.

    Much thanks to the reviews and guidance from those who plowed this path before. My observations from 2 weeks at BB.

    1. Airport: POP is a small and easy airport. The 50 DOP / USD exchange rate makes transactions bilingually fluent. In fact, at the Bar Room where I had lunch, they were short on DOP and had to provide change in USD. Didn't touch the exchange booths at the airport. True anywhere you can do better on rates if you can hold off.

    2. Transit: credit to Colbert1 for recommending Nexus Tours. 22 USD roundtrip. I had plenty of what-ifs running through my head but everything was smooth as can be. Both shuttles were well AC'd. 3 others on the shuttle going, me solo coming back so very comfortable. Out of the airport, it was even easier than looking for a guy in in orange shirt at the airport since they had a booth right outside the doors. My flight was delayed 2 hours but they didn't blink an eye. Greeter spoke great English. On the return, the driver was 10 minutes early and pick-up was directly in front of BB. The only hassle didn't have to do with Nexus Tours but figuring out how to use the phone card + BB house phone to confirm the reservation 24 hours ahead of my departure. Fortunately, the staff helped me on punching in the phone card procedures. Never had to touch a taxi.

    3. Rooms: I went for the deluxe single. Comfortable. Big bed. Sure an occasional insect scurrying across the floor, but adjusted for expectations, nice set-up. Hot water takes a minute to work, but all's good. In-room safe felt secure. Not a lot of drawers for clothes, but I travel light. A minor thing is the mini fridge they have in the room roars to life occasionally disrupting sleep. Easily solved by unplugging the thing.

    4. Pool & hot tub: plenty of lounge chairs to catch some sun without having to deal with the lounge chair renters on the beach. Didn't touch the pool or hot tub. Although the idea of the hot tub being a free for all makes me cringe at the idea of soaking in there.

    5. Beach: nice span of beach. Every day plenty of people but not crowded. A number of restaurants and bars littered across the beach.

    6. Restaurants: almost every restaurant's menu is standard fare burgers, pizza, pasta, and stuff you'd find an in American restaurant. Multiple people have recommended Pascuals, which I enjoyed. Only a couple of times have I seen Dominican specific dishes. Prices are probably on par with your average suburban restaurant in the US.

    7. BB: nice set-up. Great people. Casual. Meals here are convenient and prices on par or slightly higher than outside. As expected, convenience items are more expensive. 150 DOP of generic Cialis can be bought for 100 DOP are the pharmacy, 100 DOP for a Gatorade is 50 DOP at Jenny's etc. A bottle of water here costs more than a gallon at Jenny's. Etc. Standard convenience premium.

    8. Jenny's: nice stroll towards the gates. Has everything I needed. Exchange rate was a 50.20 DOP / USD throughout my stay. There's a bit of a side hustle for excursions into the city which I didn't delve too much into.

    9. Los Mangos golf course: didn't partake in the golf, but did use their gym every day. 2 working treadmills that need some waxing and adjustments. Half a dozen circuit machines. 4 spinning bikes. A yoga studio. (surprisingly) flat / include bench press, but no squat rack. Mini pool outside. Always just walked in never accosted. Although occasionally there's a dude sitting in the front that looks like he's there to check ID.

    10. Girls: wide selection, although pretty much the same ones every day. Some cluster and just chat amongst themselves, others are more proactive. I prefer smaller frames and enjoyed Kathy & Frescita & Celeste, also Rosie, China. Experiences are all pretty standard. BBBJ, CFS, massage if I ask for it. I didn't really have any unique tastes, but the mamasans would have been a good resource. Apparently the girls had to fill out a form upon joining that indicates their dos / don'ts and the mamasan would be the most direct way to access that knowledge. The book is only a book of photos, not of profiles.

    11. Costambar: very safe. Walking all over at all points in the day. Compared with Thailand and Philippines, surprised at seeing zero panhandlers. And even the people selling stuff on the beach aren't that pushy. A couple of clusters of young adults that seem to be vacationing with family, but most of those around look quite elderly. BB feels more like an island of adult fun in a sea of a normal retirement beach place, vs. In Angeles it's everywhere. Makes me wonder if people there know about the operations at BB.

    Overall, I had a great time. I'm the type to get into a routine to relax. Every day: gym, beach, food, etc. With the girls just being one part of it. Would recommend.

  12. #868
    Quote Originally Posted by NahkMD  [View Original Post]
    Yep your right, just saw the news letter and saw her in it. My bad.
    Don't worry about it. Not the first time anyone has misunderstood the name of a chica. Very good report. Muchas gracias.

  13. #867
    Quote Originally Posted by Yanqui69  [View Original Post]
    I was trying to figure out "Mcdonald" since I can't imagine a chica giving herself that for a working name. Then I saw the latest BB newsletter and it became clear. The blonde chica is "Madonna. ".
    Yep your right, just saw the news letter and saw her in it. My bad.

  14. #866
    Quote Originally Posted by NahkMD  [View Original Post]
    Soon after around 1030 I see this chica with big tits and I just get a full blow hard on seeing that and I call her over. Ask what's her name, she said Mcdonald, I ask her if she can stay for 1 hour till 1130 because I thought they go home after 11, she said sure I can.
    I was trying to figure out "Mcdonald" since I can't imagine a chica giving herself that for a working name. Then I saw the latest BB newsletter and it became clear. The blonde chica is "Madonna. ".

  15. #865
    Quote Originally Posted by NahkMD  [View Original Post]
    Read my SDQ post, 1st time doing something like this so hence the detail. BB Day 2: So from the Caribe bus terminal in SD to PP. The bus is not to cold not to hot. They are playing some old cowboy movie with John Wayne on the bus TV LOL. So the bus makes some stops along the way, I just google Caribe bus stop Puerto Plata and made sure my GPS was showing me the right spot so I know where to get off. I arrive in Puerto Plata. It was a 3 HR 30 min drive. Not bad. Wish I bought some snacks tho. From the terminal I call an Uber, there was only 3 in Puerto Plata at the time (around 130 pm). So again I text the Uber driver, tell him in waiting at the bus stop and what I'm wearing and to honk when he arrives. He gets here. I put my stuff in the trunk and off to BB. So my Uber driver, Stanly, spoke a little English and I was talking to him about how its my first time here and shit. I told him Barba Negra and he's like "ohh yea, chicas" LOL guess he knew Whats up. When we arrive at the gate of Costambar they let him in, the gate security people seem to know him caz they were chatting a bit. I know the taxis inside Cosambar charge gringo prices so I ask Stanly if I paid him can he drive me to certain places in Puerto Plata. He's like yea. Sweet, I took his number down and I told him I'm contact him on Whatsapp to take me to Sosua and like the Metro cables tomorrow. He's like okay no problem. To Sosua he charged me 1000 pesos. To Metro cables 200 pesos. On the Uber app it said it was going to cost me from the front Costambar to Sosua about 700 pesos so I thought shit 1000 is not bad. Anyways we get to the entrance of BB.
    Thanks for your report. Good to see the first impressions of a new visitor.

    Regarding activities (if you really need outside activities) if one goes through the desk, BB can connect you with activities of different kinds run by excursion companies.

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