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  1. #269
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    They repaved the road and didn't paint any lanes. Just one big ass black top. That was some bullshit, like you said especially at night.
    With all of the negative comments about driving in the DR, I swear that was the only time I was nervous. And for long stretches they didn't have street lights. I don't know if the power was out or what. A couple of days later, I cancelled a date with another chick I know, because she wanted to meet over there.

  2. #268
    Quote Originally Posted by Troubleman69  [View Original Post]
    My main chica lives in that area, and the apartment complex is nice and quiet. The only thing that I hate is driving in the area, especially at night. Most of the time I make her drive her fathers car. So much traffic, especially motos, and the lack of real lanes in certain areas make me nervous over there.
    They repaved the road and didn't paint any lanes. Just one big ass black top. That was some bullshit, like you said especially at night.

  3. #267

    San Isidro

    My main chica lives in that area, and the apartment complex is nice and quiet. The only thing that I hate is driving in the area, especially at night. Most of the time I make her drive her fathers car. So much traffic, especially motos, and the lack of real lanes in certain areas make me nervous over there.

  4. #266
    There are cool places that are more "barrio" on the other side.

    Out by the cabanas on independencia are residencials with sea views but.

    Also no planta full etc. I lived out on san isidro back in 2002. One of first.

    Zonas with high speed internet. The more time you spend there, the more the barrio loses it's vibe.

    Go to car wash magnoli on san isidro on weekends. Lots of waitresses, some tables with single ladies and even.

    Two casa chicas stopped by I guess on their day off. Live band was setting up but I was beat so I bailed early.

    Quote Originally Posted by SubCmdr  [View Original Post]
    Brother,

    You are dead on point about Torres Catalanas. When I first moved here I walked in, saw the view and that was it. For me it was a lifetime dream come true. Fast forward a few years and I'm tired of the deficiencies I've foin the building that I didn't even know to look for when I first moved here.

    Over the years Santo Domingo este has changed quite a bit. And so have I. Now although I see the benefits of "the other side" (TOS), I still feel I'm too barrio to fit in over there. Everything I need is on this side of the bridge now. Although I still enjoy the amenities of TOS like the theater at Blue Mall. Heading over the bridge without traffic is a pleasure but the odds of finding a time to do that are longer than rolling a hard six! Santo Domingo este has everything I need and I can roll out for what it does not have.

    Avenida Espana is old news now. The new up and coming spot is San Isidro. Two brand new grocery stores from the ground up (Bravo & Jumbo); A major remodeling of La Sirena; A newly constructed PriceSmart opened this month. And two new malls are going up. Long term business owners are tearing down their building and putting up new ones. Two new apartment housing projects and this is just up to Charles DeGuelle. Further east along San Isidro it is straight blowing up. With housing apartment developments and new homes going up faster than Trump tweets. And they are improving the old neighborhoods with street lighting. Things are really changing all over the greater Santo Domingo Metro area. Third world country my ass! Anyone who calls it that simply has not been here and looked at it with their own eyes. Even one of my critics that I took on tour of Santo Dominigo este had to admit that he did't know about the extent of the development in the area (helps to get out of the puta pueblos every once and a while).

    Rent first is the advice (yeah I know, I hate advice too) I'd give to anyone considering living here and purchasing property or even a vacation home. My desires have changed from when I first put boots on the ground. View is no longer everything to me. Even with the Gran Jefe mobile at my disposal I prefer to only fire it up for major errands and cross country movements. We all live and learn. And I'll be the first to admit that you couldn't tell me shit when I first moved here. I've learned a lot from from quite a few people and through my personal experiences.

    Failure at everything in life, fried brain, no class, and bad Spanish, but I learn from my mistakes and I have no plans to repeat them in the future especially when it comes to my housing arrangements.

  5. #265
    Quote Originally Posted by Prtyr2  [View Original Post]
    View is nice but literally nothing around it. I need to be near bars, restaurants and amenities. I like walking. Would not walk avenida espana at night. You were smart to rent. There are a few other residences on esoana that went downhill fast. In fact the buildings east of it now look very chopo.
    Brother,

    You are dead on point about Torres Catalanas. When I first moved here I walked in, saw the view and that was it. For me it was a lifetime dream come true. Fast forward a few years and I'm tired of the deficiencies I've found in the building that I didn't even know to look for when I first moved here.

    Over the years Santo Domingo este has changed quite a bit. And so have I. Now although I see the benefits of "the other side" (TOS), I still feel I'm too barrio to fit in over there. Everything I need is on this side of the bridge now. Although I still enjoy the amenities of TOS like the theater at Blue Mall. Heading over the bridge without traffic is a pleasure but the odds of finding a time to do that are longer than rolling a hard six! Santo Domingo este has everything I need and I can roll out for what it does not have.

    Avenida Espana is old news now. The new up and coming spot is San Isidro. Two brand new grocery stores from the ground up (Bravo & Jumbo); A major remodeling of La Sirena; A newly constructed PriceSmart opened this month. And two new malls are going up. Long term business owners are tearing down their building and putting up new ones. Two new apartment housing projects and this is just up to Charles DeGuelle. Further east along San Isidro it is straight blowing up. With housing apartment developments and new homes going up faster than Trump tweets. And they are improving the old neighborhoods with street lighting. Things are really changing all over the greater Santo Domingo Metro area. Third world country my ass! Anyone who calls it that simply has not been here and looked at it with their own eyes. Even one of my critics that I took on tour of Santo Dominigo este had to admit that he did't know about the extent of the development in the area (helps to get out of the puta pueblos every once and a while).

    Rent first is the advice (yeah I know, I hate advice too) I'd give to anyone considering living here and purchasing property or even a vacation home. My desires have changed from when I first put boots on the ground. View is no longer everything to me. Even with the Gran Jefe mobile at my disposal I prefer to only fire it up for major errands and cross country movements. We all live and learn. And I'll be the first to admit that you couldn't tell me shit when I first moved here. I've learned a lot from from quite a few people and through my personal experiences.

    Failure at everything in life, fried brain, no class, and bad Spanish, but I learn from my mistakes and I have no plans to repeat them in the future especially when it comes to my housing arrangements.

  6. #264
    Enjoy my work!

    Catalana? When I was looking to buy, I wanted to check it out. Realtor never called back. Drove by a few times.

    View is nice but literally nothing around it. I need to be near bars, restaurants and amenities. I like walking. Would not walk avenida espana at night. You were smart to rent. There are a few other residences on esoana that went downhill fast. In fact the buildings east of it now look very chopo.

    I hate driving and want an area with stuff to do within walking distance. Also as you dound out not having a planta sucks. I decided buying in a building with llanta full, gymn and rooftop terrace with ocean view made more sense. Within five min walking Inhabe itakian, spanish and argentinan. 6-8 and way more options, including 17 movie screens, food court, killer ice cream, great coffee spots two ok supermarkets, big mall, and even andre's carne LOL.

  7. #263

    What is a blog?

    A blog (a truncation of the expression "weblog") is a discussion or informational website published on the World Wide Web consisting of discrete, often informal diary-style text entries ("posts".

    This is a "user blog". It's been proffered by other posters that I am having a conversation with myself. This is the Logical Fallacy: Argument From Authority Tell me where in this definition that it says that by posting my diary-style text entries that I am having a conversation with myself? Because if that is the case then everyone who posts is having a conversation with themselves. Because that is the true nature of a blog.

    It has been proffered by other posters that this is the most boring blog ever started on ISG (Straw Man logical fallacy). This is actually a type of Logical Fallacy that I never make and so it's impossible for someone else to shoot down. Other posters have also said that no one reads my blog. This once again the Straw Man logical fallacy is making its way into the argument. Because we have posters replying to my posts in my blog. And we have posters claiming they don't read my blog, but are able to reference it and claim they received information about it through PMs. Somebody read the blog and sent you a PM on it, didn't they? LOL!

    Now I've been on ISG for a quick minute. And anyone who has read a post or two of mine no matter what section it is in knows I don't have a problem having a vigorous conversation with anyone who chooses to engage me. I also do not have a problem sending a positive PM about a particular post. That's where posters get it twisted. I am not giving praise to the poster but to the work that he posted. There are a few posters that I don't get good vibes from who still may on occasion make a quality post that is informative or entertaining. But there is a much longer list of posters with whom I've had a minor disagreement in the open forum who turned around and helped me when I sent them a PM requesting assistance in their area of expertise. Mr. Grownman, Mr. E, Mr. Knowledge, Professor Frannie to name a few (forgive me if you have given me assistance and I not giving you public credit here, I hope I least thanked you via PM).

    Words like war and shot are being thrown around like a baseball tossed around the infield after a strikeout. Seriously? When the objective is about pussy (let's keep it real please) no matter how you get it, why do you want to take issue with others when they when they actually take the time to post about it no matter what your feelings are on what they post? Remember I said feelings and if that's what your response is about then in my hooka opinion that some serious girly man shit! I don't get that. When I read post that says nothing more than "I went to the store to buy a box of cookies. I looked in the cookie section and didn't see anything I liked and went home". I'm thinking WTF? That post is some bullshit! But I keep that to myself. When I read a post that details an adventure but there is no naming of the particular places that ventured into only obscure references. I also think that post is wack. Now you will not see me take issue with the poster over his post. I happen to know where a "Haitian spot" is in Boca Chica. But because the poster did not name names, I don't know if it is the same spot I know about or if there is a new spot. And yet we have another poster throwing up a "me too" post that he complains about when other posters put one up in a another section. I don't think this a logical fallacy but it most certainly is a double standard. I see questions posted asking when other posters have last been to a certain area or made a report. But others who have posted in the same section that they are offshore and counting the days to wheels down remain unchallenged. That once again is a double standard.

    When a individual is writing from the white hot emotion of incorrect perceptions and knee jerk reactions that is fueled by a instigator willing to tell you lies, it's too much to expect that they will be paying attention to make a logical argument and avoid logical fallacies. I understand this. But the personal attacks when you don't even know someone, I don't get that. Most responses to my posts are emotionally based. There is only few select posters that have gone head to head with me and given me a WWF beat down on a logical basis. They know who they are. And I took it like a man in the arena, without the need for a PM cheer-leading section. You shouldn't be posting to a forum of men from an emotional basis. My advice is if your are then take a moment, pause and proofread your work carefully. I've assisted others with this process, they know who are and I still have the copies of their original work. My apologies for the digression. I don't like advice either.

    There is no correct section for the majority of the most outstanding posts that I write (oh, there is a bit more of that self love). This post for example: Where should it go? Right here! That's where. I started my blog because no one was playing the game the way I choose to play it (read the responses to my initial posts in the Santo Domingo section). I wanted to talk about how I was making my moves in the game and not catch all the flack about this being the wrong place etc. The plan didn't work. My haters and critics followed me here.

    The one thing I noticed is that everybody seems to have their thing. There is a MNLC (me not like casas) guy. There is MKOS (Me king of Sosua) guy. There is IDE4 you (I did everything for you) guy. There is 20 Year+ (I've been living here for 20 years plus) guy. There is IKEAE (I know everything about espanol) guy. These are not intended as insults, but as observations. And I'm not the only person that makes them. Reference is made to a Grownman post where he is also pointing out the particular characteristics of the cast of characters that make up the active posters of the Dominican Republic Forum. And I know you are trying to figure out who I am talking about (come on admit it).

    I consider myself a sexual explorer. I hit the island playing the game one way and I evolved. If years after we have being doing something and we are doing it the exact same way then we have wasted our time. I can now get pussy on this island in almost any way I choose. I'm more like a utility man in baseball (except my playing field is the Dominican Republic). I couldn't play all the positions well, but I could play seven of the nine positions well enough to get my team through a inning or two or even a game if the coach needed me to.

    People want to keep it real? If you goto Sosua (sexual tourism capital of the world which is not from me it's what's all over the internet about the place just look it up) you find a ho, you fuck a ho, you pay a ho, and the ho leaves. Nobody wants to read that story from anyone so we all spice it up with a few details (that some posters think should not be given) in order to make it more interesting and complicated than it really is. Maybe you can get a newbie to believe that there is something more complex about Sosua? But not a man who has more hours on this island than most of the sexual tourists posting up in here.

    News Flash: Prostitution is legal in the Dominican Republic. If you have the ability to communicate you can ask any girl to be your prostitute and Slick Rick them. Now on a social level you are on your own there. But I've never faced a physical challenge here before. But I tend not go get into conflicts with individuals who have less to lose than I do. Being a larger human being on the dark side may help also. And before any of you mother fuckers get it twisted come with me on my barrio tour of Santo Domingo este and tell me I spend all my time in my apartment and never get out. "Everywhere that I go, I got people know, they got people they know so I suggest you lay low. "-Jay-Z.

    I have people I trust that have seen my pictures and it's not any of the people others have listed in their posts. The friend who encouraged me to move to the Dominican Republic has seen a picture of almost every girl I've ever fucked on the island. Sorry gentleman but he isn't part of the ISG ecosystem and does not want to be. And I understand that completely. He hears all my stories. And no I don't post everything here. And I don't want to hear it because others say the exact same thing.

    No one can successfully challenge my Curriculum Vitae (of sex) in life or the Dominican Republic. Especially the self appointed expert that's only been living on the island for 8 months or the poster who claims to have retired here but really lives full time in Florida and visits for one month at a time and lives in hotel or fully furnished apartments while he is here. The only ones I present my CV to are my true friends in life. They know who they are and I don't have to brag about them here.

    Goto the doctor, have surgery, buy a vehicle, rent an apartment and start with four bare walls and your first trip to the hardware store is to buy light bulbs. Go through the process of having your electricity turned on, signing a legal contract to lease your apartment. Open your bank account here in the Dominican Republic. Create jealousy (accidently) in the family of the "hottest chick on the island" wearing your chain because you brought her back a pair of Levi's 535 jeans. I have knocked off things on my non existent "bucket list" and have stories to tell only those that live here believe.

    Build a harem from scratch using Dominican cupid and google translator to communicate. Bust your nut in the mouth of the first four women you meet (with three of the four swallowing) after you hit the island and have them all ask to be your girlfriend after the first sexual encounter.

    When I tell you I don't know about any of that shit about the problems people have with girls on the island I'm telling you the truth. Everything has not been perfect. But I've never been ripped off by a girl. Only by the male hustlers on the island. And everytime that happened it was over some home improvement issues involving my apartment. Yes, it pissed me off. But it was my bad. But I learned every time and it was a payment of tuition in the school of hard knocks.

    When people want to brag about taking me to a puta pueblo I laugh. I went on adventure and returned to my harem in Santo Domingo whom (with the exception of one. You know who that was Mr. Grownman. You saw the picture) fucked me better and were hotter than any of the girls I fucked in Sosua or Boca Chica. The real question is can men have difference opinions, different experiences and express them in the open forum anymore?

    I'm a "by any means necessary" kind of person. I don't turn the other cheek. But I do believe that if you don't start no shit there won't be no shit. And if someone breaks bad on me, I have no problem finishing what they started. I want everyone to enjoy themselves when the come to the island. I want them to travel to places where the real Dominicans are. And I don't want them being misled because some posters think they know it all or that they have some ax to grind with me on a personal basis. This is a hand extended in friendship, a "olive branch" so to speak to all my haters and critics. My lethal weapon has alway been my mind, but like a phaser in Star Trek, I keep it on stun.

    From the light side or from the dark side: Be strong in the ways of the pussy. And may the pussy with you, always!

    *No hooka was smoked or rum drank before the posting of this message.

  8. #262

    Just a thought.

    Quote Originally Posted by OldKool  [View Original Post]
    Sub man has a hard time getting any response because he tends to be an ass.
    OldKool has never met me before and yet he feels the need to repeatedly insult me because simply because he has different personal preferences.

    That makes him my critic. And we all know critics do not count. I'm not engaged in a schoolgirl popularity contest. I am here to share information and learn from others.

    Be informative not critical!

  9. #261

    Sex, lies, and youtube video.

    I was not on the island or in the position to dispute the information about Passions that has been posted. But the wonderful thing about the internet is that it allows a motherfucker making claims to be fact checked (emphasis on checked).

    The hypothesis (borrowed from you know who): Publicity provided by ISG postings feeds into the general tenor of the political move to shut down establishments that operate on the very periphery of the "no pimping laws".

    An example was given of Passions, a nightclub that was shut down in Sosua in early 2014. It was stated that they were a little too public and drew unwanted attention to themselves from the local politicians. These statements are beyond the realm of proof. Because unless you were in the room when the decision was made to move on the owner of Passions legally and shut his business down, you have no idea the real reason behind that particular political decision unless someone has personally told you. Furthermore the official account of why the closing occurred indicated that the owner of the establishment had indeed crossed over that bright line of legality and it resulted in his business being closed and jail time. Unless he proffered the "Marion Barry" defense, my thoughts are to operate with the law, and if you are not going to then treat the people who could rat you out with a very high degree of respect.

    When it comes to publicity, from what I been able to find on the internet about Passions there is a short but detailed video that was posted before the raid happened that showed the inside of Passions and it left little to the imagination. Now this was not a undercover video so I doubt it was taken without the permission and knowledge of the former owner of the business. I did not see Cuba Dave taking credit for this video. And from what I have read of his personality he was not shy about taking credit for his work. So, I am not buying the Cuba Dave did it, ISG posts were too explicit, there was too much publicity argument, no matter how dogmatic is it being made.

    There was publicity about Passions that was generated independently from ISG and Passions that wound up on youtube and in many other places on the net. One individual proffered it simply may have been that the owner lost his political clout compared to the other property owners. It was bar located across the street from two apartment complexes and a house. And although there are often no zoning laws like in my country of origin so as a business owner and a property owner you are left at the mercy of your the property owners around you and since this more often a nation of men more than a nation of laws the individual that is best able to draw the attention of prevailing legal authority often prevails.

    From what I read the owner ran afoul of the no pimping laws. And we all know pimping ain't easy or else everybody would be doing it. He ran his house with a large pimp stick and although he was not hitting his girls with it, he was hitting them with a much more powerful too (and I'm not talking about my dick either). This motherfucker was putting a charge on his girls that cut into the their earnings. He was charging them for stupid things. Now that's some cold blooded mafia type shit! "But I didn't make that much this week. I don't care fuck you pay me". That's some cold blooded US government IRS type shit right there. Now I don't know any of this for a fact. I'm just sharing what I have read in response to what an individual claimed has happened and what he has posted about the incident.

    Furthermore I've been unable to verify that Cuba Dave was ever prosecuted for anything in the Dominican Republic. I know he wrote a book about Sosua. Might not of made people happy but it certainly was not illegal. And although he got pinched in Costa Rica. With the help of some very competent attorneys that also figured out that since the "gloves didn't fit then they must acquit". Yes, Cuba Dave beat the rap in a foreign country. That's some straight Chappo type shit if I've ever seen it.

    Now if someone wants to help a brother out and bring some real facts to the table then this will continue to be a discussion filled with any number of alternative facts and logical fallacies of all types. I drink and hit the hooka a lot. That's my excuse. But I don't know what the other posters problem is. Did I wander into the shrine to the great pussy pueblo of Sosua (AKA: The Sosua Forum in ISG) and someone felt umbridge? I honestly don't know. And I really don't give a fuck!

    But the reaction has been worse than rich Dominicans having to rub elbows with Haitians in Blue Mall. Call fucking 911 because somebody up in here is having a straight apoplectic fit. My offer to entertain have a rum and smoke (complete with putas) was not even addressed. At least my fellow man in the arena did not feel the need to resort to personal insults and name calling like my critics proudly do.

  10. #260

    Are you sure?

    Quote Originally Posted by AllTooHorny  [View Original Post]
    In any case, Spanish is spoken by many people in the US, too. The vast majority of Americans are English-only speakers.
    With the vast demographic changes occurring the US I question the accuracy of that statement. 52.6 million people speak Spanish in the US. It is a country of 312 million people. There are more Spanish speakers in the US than are in Spain. 17 percent of people speak Spanish in the US. They are often clustered in regions. Try operating in California without Spanish. You can, that is if you are comfortable with a large majority of the people around you speaking a language you cannot understand.

  11. #259

    Don't worry, be happy!

    Six out of the top ten happiest and healthy places are in Latin American and the Caribbean. No wonder I'm filled with happiness and self love. Maybe my critics should take note. Being a man in the arena in Latin America and the Caribbean is good for ya!

  12. #258

    Living Overseas.

    I saw something in one of the blogs that made me think. It was a comment about wanting to remain in the US or the dollar economy. It was something like that. The reason for wanting too do this was not given. It was a puzzling statement because all my financial training (and trust me I've had a lot of it) has taught me that it's your personal lifestyle the determines your cost of living, not where you live or the country that prints you the paper you spend.

    Almost anyone can live cheaply or break the bank in any country they choose to live in. In fact if you were to come to the Dominican Republic (something I have actually done) and insist on living the exact same lifestyle you live in (say for example my country of origin) you are going to pay dearly for that! I'm not the first person to say this. You can find posts from Mr. O and Mr. CP that say the exact same thing. If you are living here in the Dominican Republic you are simply going to have to give up some aspects of cushy living that you can easily purchase in your country of origin.

    As an example, I happen to like having electricity all the time. Call me soft if you want to but when I'm in the Dominican Republic without electricity I'm pissed about it. Now my solution for this problem cost me 2000 USD and I still have to pay my electric bill every month. Don't get me started on why the mother fucking electric company can't keep the lights on in this place. But needless to say, that particular lifestyle issue forced me to reach deep in my pocket in order to mitigate it. Now when the electric company is fucking up all I hear is a beep from my back up system letting me know it's putting in work. Sometimes I don't even hear the beep and I don't even know my back up system is putting in work. Either way, my lights always stay on and I get to keep putting in work (when I'm using electricity instead of my own personal energy) even when the electric company is fucking up the program.

    That being said, the cost of my lifestyle here in the Dominican Republic is not less than in my country of origin. But the exchange rate advantage (it's called international arbitrage for my more sophisticated readers that understand that sort of thing) allows the little money I do have to buy me a better lifestyle than I could afford in my country of origin.

    Of course there are several advantages I get to experience when I am in the Dominican Republic that have nothing do with money and everything to do with the culture to be found in the Dominican Republic. I don't have to worry about being shot just because of the color of my skin when I'm stopped by the police here. More people look like me than than they do in my country of origin (and I might add they are often in charge). Nearly everyone in my bank knows me personally (probably because I'm just that sort of personable guy). The tellers and the manager greet me in Spanish and English. I receive excellent customer service. And I'm not not even rich. Girls don't have a problem with my advanced age (anywhere from 50 through 60 depending on who you happen to believe). I receive deference when I pull up at the curb of anyplace I arrive or park because of the vehicle that I drive (one I might add is totally unimpressive by the standards of my county of origin). And it's very inexpensive to keep it nice, clean and looking good. I have a view (off the balcony of my apartment and out of every window in the place) that I could not afford to pay for in my country of origin (more than one ISG person has been in my apartment seen my view and knows I'm not lying or stroking my ego about that). I've made friends of all ages (but mostly younger) that I would have ever had the opportunity to meet and socialize with in my county of origin. I've entered the real club that I'm interested in being in since I've made my move offshore (expat or sexpat depending upon who you ask). My network of Dominican contacts here have real pull in the government and businesses they work and can counsel, give me advice and throw their weight around on my behalf (and they have) within their government and businesses.

    Now for you younger big dogs out there who want to get off the porch, I'd like to introduce you to a gentleman that I was turned onto by another young brother I met here on ISG. He is someone who found their path offshore. And he is grinding in Santo Domingo. A younger guy that does not have a retirement income or large portfolio backing him up which only makes what he's is doing more impressive. He's into non pros and everyday proves my point that it's more important to be a man in the arena and to be able to think your way into a situation that you want to be in. He is a living example that critics don't matter. In fact so am I, because if they did I certainly wouldn't still be posting here. And if you followed their advice you wouldn't be reading this because you would have me on ignore right now. LOL! To avoid controversy hit me on the back channel for more info.

  13. #257

    Big Tent Theory (The Remix).

    Quote Originally Posted by GrownMan1  [View Original Post]
    5. You have putas for play- and girlfriends for the lay. Some of us don't know the difference.

    6. You know how to operate the sites, Casa, and the streets with no problem.

    7. You are not on this site for help. You are here for entertainment and to help others.

    8. You are the SD expert of the board. Next to BQ ribs.

    Sub IMHO ole skool does not describe your age. It describes your wisdom of operation. You ole skool G.

    Put some of this OG kush in the hoolker and let me hit it!
    Mr. Grownman,

    I like all eight. But these are my favorites of your list. Number five: You are dead on point. Who of us satisfies our sexual hunger on puta play alone? I know I don't. Number six: Is a very astute analysis by you. Who of us restricts our pussy procurement efforts to just one avenue? I know I don't. Number seven: Who needs unsolicited advice? I know I don't. It's useless to me. But real knowledge like the kind you kick or that Mr. Knowledge posted in the Santo Domingo forum about a casa I did not know about, now that is an example of the sharing of information about women that I'm looking for. I followed it up with a personal thank you to Mr. Knowledge and are report on my visit to said casa. Number eight: I'm most honored. It's only important to be a man in the arena. Because we know the critics don't count!

    Damn straight my brother, let me put some of that OG kush in the hooka and I'll pass it to ya!

  14. #256

    The Cmdr's Report on Puerto Rico.

    Infrastructure.

    About a month ago CNBC reported that six months after Hurricane Maria, approximately 121,000 residents remain without power.

    Power trucks and a donated mobile solar generator finally arrive in coastal towns still reeling from the aftermath of the storm.

    There are demands for action and a inquiry into allegations of corruption against the island's power authority.

    Source: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/20/frus...cos-power.html.

    So, fly to Puerto Rico and sit in the dark. Sounds like a wonderful vacation spot, doesn't it?

    Real Estate.

    What exactly constitutes a fire sale? We have been told that one is going on in Puerto Rico. No proof has been provided. How about some verifiable information and you can decide for yourselves.

    "Demand for luxury beachfront properties in exclusive areas such as Dorado, Palmas del Mar and Rio Grande is expected to outstrip supply in the coming years, according to Carlos Xavier Velez of real estate consulting firm, RE Advisors.

    Prices of beachfront luxury homes have remained stable or in some cases increased from 2012 to 2016, according to Leticia Brunet Gonzalez of Trillion Realty Group. Prices range from US $400 to US $600 per square foot. More specifically in Condado and DoradoBeach, prices of luxury properties can reach US $1,000 per square foot, said* Hiram Albino of Luxury Estates Puerto Rico. " - Global Property Guide (August 2, 2017).

    Source: http://www.globalpropertyguide.com/C.../Price-History.

    Doesn't exactly sound like the nice places to live in Puerto Rico are going for pennies on the dollar, does it?

    But out of fairness, and to show I'm not just trying to make a point, here is the link to the CNN Money article quoted by Mr. GoGo from February 21,2016. Gentlemen, I have given you the opportunity to read the entire article instead of just a quote that he presented.

    http://money.cnn.com/2016/02/21/inve...sis/index.html

    Crime.

    Crime is usually not something I worry about. If I am thinking about traveling somewhere if I don't think I'm going to be safe there I just don't go. After all why spend the money traveling to a place, even if it is just a short domestic flight available many times a day and you get to check your bags for free, if you are going to get jacked after you get there? World Nomads reported that Puerto Rico is generally a hospitable and safe place for tourists.

    Source: https://www.worldnomads.com/travel-s...an/puerto-rico.

    Here is my Big Boy Rule about how to avoid crime when you travel or even in your own home town: Stay away from areas that are filled with people that don't have much as you to lose if you wind up with a violent encounter with them. I know that's unsolicited advice, but humor me on this one gentlemen.

    Third world country is a term from the Cold War era only used by those who have failed to keep up with current development and economic models.

    President Danilo Medina said his country is no longer poor. His statement is backed up by the World Bank list of economies (June 2017) where the Dominican Republic is listed in the Upper Middle Income Group.

    Source: https://dominicantoday.com/dr/povert...o-more-medina/.

    Source: https://data.worldbank.org/income-le...-middle-income.

    Although I appreciate the sharing of insights into your personal preferences for where to live, I value a more expansive look at the big picture and the sharing of current facts and information with my readers. I have always preferred facts over opinions and knowledge over advice. Knowledge and facts are always welcome in my blog as I hope they will be in yours also.

    Now I'm going to get back to my regularly scheduled enjoyment of life on a Caribbean island where I'm not concerned about using the dollar, real estate prices, who speaks English & Spanish (because I can speak both) or crime. Where is my damn rum and pass me the hooka?

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    Spoiler alert!

    Puerto Rico is a US Territory and the last time I checked their passports looked like mine. So it is considered a domestic flight if you happen to be leaving from Florida. It has a US system with US problems and a dollar based economy. So, no real economic advantages on that front. Of course with English spoken there it would be easy for the linguistically lazy folk who only read and speak it well.

    Visited twice before. Read up quite a bit on the new problems they are having. No fire sale when it comes to property values. And when they come down it will be in relationship to the US real estate market.

    In conclusion, I really don't see any advantages of living there compared to the numerous better choices there are all over the world. And if you are just going for a vacation then Hawaii sits on the same latitude line. Pull out a map and check it out.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrGogo  [View Original Post]
    Apparently as people are fleeing Puerto Rico others are seeing opportunities. Real estate deals, good airport, English spoken, American based system. Crime would be my main concern.

    The infrastructure is bad right now, so it can only improve. I'm not high on the idea right now but if I keep hearing about the possibilities maybe I might take a visit in the future.

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