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  1. #629
    Quote Originally Posted by Magikmusic
    I definitely got a phone last time when I was in sosua, it helped when managing the numbers that you get, however what bus company is easiest to take to the POP airport? Would it be caribe or metro? I know theres various companies.
    I don't know if Caribe Tours or Metro stop at the airport. If they don't stop at the airport, your best choice might be to take Caribe Tours to their bus station in Charamicos, Sosua. From there you could take a taxi back to the airport.

    Charamicos is closer to the airport, than the bus stations in Puerto Plata. It will take more time going to charamicos, sosua, because you will pass the airport on the way to Sosua, but the taxi fare might be cheaper from Charamicos, Sosua than if you were to take a taxi from one of the bus stations in Puerto Plata, to the airport.

    Metro Bus Stop is in El Batey, Sosua on the other side of Sosua Beach from Charamicos and thus is a little more further away from the airport, than Charamicos.

  2. #628
    Quote Originally Posted by Boricua Traveler
    First time in Santiago, I already like this city. I will head out to Passion's tonite. Any other places besides the ones listed in the BO's Mongering Map ?
    The car washes, casa blanca and ilusiones. Another member got a chica from a food stand place, read back a few pages and you will see his post and his description of the place.

  3. #627
    Quote Originally Posted by Jaosousa
    You can buy a cell phone in Dom Rep at Claro for 500 pesos. Some guys buy chips at Claro or Orange for their cell phones and switch the chips. Chips I have been told cost 200 pesos. The cell phones you could buy in DR are like the prepaid cell phones in the States. You would purchase a card, scratch off the secret code on the back, dial 1133 for Claro and then enter the secret code and minutes will be added to the cell phone.
    I definitely got a phone last time when I was in sosua, it helped when managing the numbers that you get, however what bus company is easiest to take to the POP airport? Would it be caribe or metro? I know theres various companies.

  4. #626
    Quote Originally Posted by Jaosousa
    If for some reason you get stopped at your hotel bringing in a pro, there are numerous cabanas in Santiago. Price for a short term rental at a Cabana ranges from 100 to over 1000 pesos, depending on the cabana and the room.

    If you take a taxi to a cabana, you could ask the driver for his card with the phone number and his taxi number, so that you could call him to pick you up after you are finished in the cabana.

    The cabanas that I am familiar are on the main road when entering Santiago from the direction of Santo Domingo. They are about ten minutes from the Monument.

    My favorite cabana was bora bora. You can order beer and soda at cabanas. Some Cabanas offer food.

    Usually the more expensive rooms at a cabana are located closer to the entrance, some rooms will have names like ejecutivo, fantasia etc. If you continue to drive into the cabana complex, the more basic, inexpensive rooms will be found.

    You can buy a cell phone in Dom Rep at Claro for 500 pesos. Some guys buy chips at Claro or Orange for their cell phones and switch the chips. Chips I have been told cost 200 pesos. The cell phones you could buy in DR are like the prepaid cell phones in the States. You would purchase a card, scratch off the secret code on the back, dial 1133 for Claro and then enter the secret code and minutes will be added to the cell phone.

    From Centro Plaza you can walk up Calle de Sol to get to the Monument. There are several bars and restaurants around the monument, kuka macara and montezuma being the two biggest places.

    At night some transvestites stroll around the monument. Some pros hang around near the casino that is attached to the Hodelpa Centro.

    Have fun, any questions ask and post a report when you can, thanks.
    Hopefully I won't get stopped but its good to know theres options, I kinda like the centralized location especially during the daytime with people walking around, and from this board and others, I've nailed down the places I need to check out such as Ahi Bar for karakoe, the mall during the day, mcdonalds by the univeristy, the park, on top of the usual places (passions, car washes, etc). At night I may check out the discos, monte bar, to really see the local talent. I see this as a different experience but I believe things will be great armed with this knowledge.

  5. #625

    In Santiago

    First time in Santiago, I already like this city. I will head out to Passion's tonite. Any other places besides the ones listed in the BO's Mongering Map ?

  6. #624
    Quote Originally Posted by Magikmusic
    Awesome info, this is great help, nothing like getting a chica to go swimsuit shopping, I wasn't planning on driving much since it appears its easy to get lost however if Im out and about drinking, its probably better to cab it from place to place.
    If for some reason you get stopped at your hotel bringing in a pro, there are numerous cabanas in Santiago. Price for a short term rental at a Cabana ranges from 100 to over 1000 pesos, depending on the cabana and the room.

    If you take a taxi to a cabana, you could ask the driver for his card with the phone number and his taxi number, so that you could call him to pick you up after you are finished in the cabana.

    The cabanas that I am familiar are on the main road when entering Santiago from the direction of Santo Domingo. They are about ten minutes from the Monument.

    My favorite cabana was bora bora. You can order beer and soda at cabanas. Some Cabanas offer food.

    Usually the more expensive rooms at a cabana are located closer to the entrance, some rooms will have names like ejecutivo, fantasia etc. If you continue to drive into the cabana complex, the more basic, inexpensive rooms will be found.

    You can buy a cell phone in Dom Rep at Claro for 500 pesos. Some guys buy chips at Claro or Orange for their cell phones and switch the chips. Chips I have been told cost 200 pesos. The cell phones you could buy in DR are like the prepaid cell phones in the States. You would purchase a card, scratch off the secret code on the back, dial 1133 for Claro and then enter the secret code and minutes will be added to the cell phone.

    From Centro Plaza you can walk up Calle de Sol to get to the Monument. There are several bars and restaurants around the monument, kuka macara and montezuma being the two biggest places.

    At night some transvestites stroll around the monument. Some pros hang around near the casino that is attached to the Hodelpa Centro.

    Have fun, any questions ask and post a report when you can, thanks.

  7. #623
    Quote Originally Posted by Magikmusic
    Awesome info, this is great help, nothing like getting a chica to go swimsuit shopping, I wasn't planning on driving much since it appears its easy to get lost however if Im out and about drinking, its probably better to cab it from place to place.
    From the hodelpa centro plaza to the hodelpa el gran almirante is an easy drive, about ten minutes. Try to find an honest taxi driver. There are no meters in the taxis there, so confirm prices before you use a particular driver. You can always ask people at the hotel to call a taxi for you. Fridays restaurant next door to the El Gran Almirante is a fairly new restaurant, it has good service and is clean.

  8. #622
    Quote Originally Posted by Jaosousa
    At the Hodelpa El Gran Almirante, the pool is the second or third floor. The door to get to the pool deck is usually locked, your plastic room key card from Hodelpa Centro Plaza may not open the door, you may have to stop at the front desk of El Gran Almirante and tell them you are staying at the Centro Plaza and they will give you a plastic key card that will open the door for the pool deck.

    Some non-pro or semi-pro may tell you don't have a bathing suit for the pool. About two blocks from hodelpa centro plaza there is a La Sirena store on Calle de Sol. La Sirena sells everything, food, clothes and electronics. You could take a chica there to buy her a bathing suit for 200-500 pesos.

    There is small mall in Plaza Hache which is about three blocks from the El Gran Almirante, prices there for bathing suits are higher. Plaza Internacional is another mall no too far from El Gran Almirante hotel.

    I love to get in the water with chicas.

    Underground parking garage at the El Gran Almirante that you can use for free and you can take the elevator from the underground parking garage to get to the pool deck. If you are driving a car, many parking lots and garages in Dom Rep will give you a plastic card when you enter. When you exit the lot/garage you will give that plastic card back to a worker there (it is way to deter stealing of cars from the lots/garages).
    Awesome info, this is great help, nothing like getting a chica to go swimsuit shopping, I wasn't planning on driving much since it appears its easy to get lost however if Im out and about drinking, its probably better to cab it from place to place.

  9. #621
    Quote Originally Posted by Magikmusic
    Thanks! Im staying at the plaza, yea the pool is a nice perk, will definitely use it in some way to my advantage, thanks again.
    At the Hodelpa El Gran Almirante, the pool is the second or third floor. The door to get to the pool deck is usually locked, your plastic room key card from Hodelpa Centro Plaza may not open the door, you may have to stop at the front desk of El Gran Almirante and tell them you are staying at the Centro Plaza and they will give you a plastic key card that will open the door for the pool deck.

    Some non-pro or semi-pro may tell you don't have a bathing suit for the pool. About two blocks from hodelpa centro plaza there is a La Sirena store on Calle de Sol. La Sirena sells everything, food, clothes and electronics. You could take a chica there to buy her a bathing suit for 200-500 pesos.

    There is small mall in Plaza Hache which is about three blocks from the El Gran Almirante, prices there for bathing suits are higher. Plaza Internacional is another mall no too far from El Gran Almirante hotel.

    I love to get in the water with chicas.

    Underground parking garage at the El Gran Almirante that you can use for free and you can take the elevator from the underground parking garage to get to the pool deck. If you are driving a car, many parking lots and garages in Dom Rep will give you a plastic card when you enter. When you exit the lot/garage you will give that plastic card back to a worker there (it is way to deter stealing of cars from the lots/garages).

  10. #620
    Quote Originally Posted by Jaosousa
    Price is the big difference. I have stayed at the Hodelpa Centro Plaza numerous times and paid about $120 per night. Aloha de Sol is 1/2 block from Hodelpa Centro Plaza and from what I have read the room rates are $50-$60 per night.

    For me being able to use the pool at the Hodelpa El Gran Almirante was the deciding factor. You can invite chicas over to pool if you stay at the Hodelpa Centro Plaza. Very nice pool with a view north of the mountains. There is a decent gym near the pool and there is a chica that gives non-sexual massages there. There is a pool bar, with a friendly bartender named Freddy. You can order food while at the pool.

    I have not stayed at the Hotel Aloha del Sol.

    At the Hodelpa Centro Plaza, free wifi and a good breakfast buffet in the restaurant the "View", that is on the 6th floor.

    I entered the Hodelpa Centro Plaza with chicas and I didn't stop at the front desk. Late at night, if you come in with a chica who looks like a pro, I don't know, they might stop you, I really don't know.

    Both places have parking lots/garages. Any questions just ask.
    Thanks! Im staying at the plaza, yea the pool is a nice perk, will definitely use it in some way to my advantage, thanks again.

  11. #619
    Quote Originally Posted by Magikmusic
    Hi guys,

    Planning a trip and narrowed it down to where I'm thinking of staying, I heard great things for each one, this would be a first time trip to Santiago. Automatically I would think Aloha Sol but Hodelpa gives you access to a pool, rooms look a bit better, are there huge differences in between? (chica-friendliness considering too) which one you pick?
    Price is the big difference. I have stayed at the Hodelpa Centro Plaza numerous times and paid about $120 per night. Aloha de Sol is 1/2 block from Hodelpa Centro Plaza and from what I have read the room rates are $50-$60 per night.

    For me being able to use the pool at the Hodelpa El Gran Almirante was the deciding factor. You can invite chicas over to pool if you stay at the Hodelpa Centro Plaza. Very nice pool with a view north of the mountains. There is a decent gym near the pool and there is a chica that gives non-sexual massages there. There is a pool bar, with a friendly bartender named Freddy. You can order food while at the pool.

    I have not stayed at the Hotel Aloha del Sol.

    At the Hodelpa Centro Plaza, free wifi and a good breakfast buffet in the restaurant the "View", that is on the 6th floor.

    I entered the Hodelpa Centro Plaza with chicas and I didn't stop at the front desk. Late at night, if you come in with a chica who looks like a pro, I don't know, they might stop you, I really don't know.

    Both places have parking lots/garages. Any questions just ask.

  12. #618

    Aloha Sol or Hodelpa Centro Plaza

    Hi guys,

    Planning a trip and narrowed it down to where I'm thinking of staying, I heard great things for each one, this would be a first time trip to Santiago. Automatically I would think Aloha Sol but Hodelpa gives you access to a pool, rooms look a bit better, are there huge differences in between? (chica-friendliness considering too) which one you pick?

  13. #617
    Quote Originally Posted by Enigma84
    These chicas cant be touched by us older gringos can they?

    Even if you had money.
    I have seen plenty of older guys throughout the Dom Rep with beautiful much younger chicas. I remember one night in coppa discoteca in Santo Domingo, I saw a 70 year old guy with two fine chicas. That old guy had on sunglasses, a suit and a hat in the disco. To me he looked like a cross between an Albanian gangster and Count Dracula, but he must have had money because the two fine chicas were glued to his side.

    The high end places in Santiago will mostly have people from a higher economic class. Some of the chicas may have very wealthy parents, so an older gringo with some coin will not impress them. However not all of those chicas come from wealthy families and if some of them can find a rich sugar daddy, they will make themselves available.

    I am sure that if you wanted to spend some money in Santiago, you could bag some of the chicas who hang out at the higher end places. What I have seen at the higher end clubs in Santiago, guys drive up in their $70,000 or more, cars (porsche, mercedes, bmw). They get a VIP table at the club/bar/disco. In Santiago I saw guys buying bottle after bottle of champagne. Some chicas go to the club without guys and they get invited over to table.

    There are some very pretty chicas in Santiago who come from poorer families, so it may not take much spending to get them into bed.

    For me, Santiago is too slow. If you had the time and could spend some time in Santiago, you could do very well with some pretty chicas. For me the pace in Santo Domingo is a lot faster and there are a lot more venues in Santo Domingo where I can pass the time.

    Hope this helps, any questions just ask.

  14. #616
    Quote Originally Posted by Jaosousa
    I have never been there, I will try to check it out this month. Some photos of Vitra from Bufeo.com, opening night at Vitra hosted by Grey Goose.
    These chicas cant be touched by us older gringos can they?

    Even if you had money.

  15. #615
    Quote Originally Posted by Jaosousa
    I looked at the Patria webpage, I didn't see anything about liability insurance per se, I am sure the liability insurance must be part of one of the plans they offer.
    There is an insurance broker that sells policies(Patria)out of the car/motorcycle dealer across the police station in Sosua.

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