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  1. #32

    I'm going to be exploring Sosua in late January 2004, and want to take a trip into Santiago to see the scene. I'd read a few posts about tour guides taking you into town, and wanted to know if this was indeed a viable option, or a waste of money. What are the chica options out there? Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.


    J Stem

  2. #31
    Hi guys,

    I will be in the DR and I am interested to visit Cuba. As far as I know there are only 2 direct flights from Sto Dgo 2 La Havana (Sundays+Thursdays). As these days are not convenient with my agenda , does anyone know about boat / ferry / velero from the North part of the Rd to the east coasts of Cuba, such as Santiago de Cuba.

    How long it takes+$$$



  3. #30
    Fellow mongers,

    I am finally making it to DR. ON the first of hopefully many trips. Please post current info on hotel and chica status.

    I live in San Antonio. So the only way to travel to DR (to avoid an overnight stay in the US. Is to fly to Santiago before going to Sosua. JDR has me convinced on Sosua.) I will arrive on the 5th of Nov in Santiago, stay a night and then proceed to "Monger Heaven"?

    I am a veteran of Brasil trips. Can speak medio culo spanish/portugues.

    Where can I find a chica friendly hotel for the night and a chica rich environment? Would like a wife for the night. Or a few hours. Not looking for the full Santiago experience, just a babe for the evening.

    Thank you and happy hunting,


    P.S. If you live in San Antonio DO NOT USE the internet for your travel. Their bookings suck. I saved time and money going to Escapade Travel, 11761 Blanco Rd. 210-340-6100/1-800-955-6716. Very very low prices (my ticket was cheaper than what the internet (travelocity/orbitz) offered). And talk to Mary Lee. She starts to work as soon as you call her. Personalized service. She makes you feel like your vacation is her goal in life. And she will help you no matter where you call from as long she gets the business. Best $26 I spent. Yes, $26 dollar commission. Every other place in town wants around $50 and treats you like crap. And she is the one who found me the trip without spending an overnight in Dallas or NYC/NJ for more money. She is good. If you are not in San Antonio it will probably involve credit card and e-ticket or credit card & FEDEX.

    Oh and for those that think I get a profit from this NO! Just met her today and thought I would share this with my fellow monger brothers. Besides I don't like women who speak english. Well except of course, Roxane.

  4. #29
    Does anyone have any updates on the Santiago scene?

    Does anyone have information on how the recent earthquake may have affected various venues in that city? Apparently a number of buildings were damaged and I am curious if that has resulted in the closing of any of Santiago's clubs, bars, etc.?

  5. #28
    Hi all. I will be in DR for the last 2 weeks in Oct. Does anyone here know any areas in this particular town where older street women can be found during the day? Also, are there any safe rooms that charge by the hour?



  6. #27
    I spend most of my time in Santiago and the only hotel I know of with a pool is the Gran Almirante 580-1992. Only problem is its going to cost you around 100.00 a night

  7. #26
    Any suggestions about places in Santiago with better chances of picking up normal, good class women?
    Please share the info and experience who has it.
    Regards to all

  8. #25
    Originally posted by Mirco
    Any moderately priced hotel in Santiago with a swimming pool?
    Will appreciate an info.
    No pools unless you pay $100 per night

  9. #24
    How to ask in Spanish if the hotel permits guests?

  10. #23
    Any moderately priced hotel in Santiago with a swimming pool?
    Will appreciate an info.

  11. #22
    Do you have a contact info for Hotel Puerto Rico?
    I did not find it in the book?

  12. #21
    One of the best places to stay in Santiago is the Hotel Colonial. The people are wonderful there and the accomodations range from basic to luxury. Ask for Lazaro and tell him that Dan from California says hello.

    I made a web page for them that you can find at:

    Another good choice for a very inexpensive place is the Hotel Puerto Rico. Again tell the manager (Tony Reyes) that Dan sent you and give him my greetings.

    Santiago is great if you want to see the real DR without the influence of tourists. It's a great place for girlfriend action.

    Enjoy the chicas of Santiago!

  13. #20

    With respect to getting a driver and a car for a 2-week period, it will probably be prohibitively expensive. You might do best to rent your own car and find a reliable person to accompany you. Otherwise, you might consider hiring a motorconcho (motorcycle) which will be much less expensive.

    In Sosua/Puerto Plata, they tend to take advantage of foreigners, so you might inquire in Santiago where the people tend to be less dependent on the tourist trade.

    I used to live in Santiago and found the people to be quite honest and reliable as compared to the capital.

    Good luck and let us all know about your adventures.


  14. #19
    Any ideas how much it may cost to have a driver with a car on permanent basis for two-week period? And where to hire one?

  15. #18
    Leaving from JFK in 13 days and then -

    almost three weeks of !@#$%&____ F R E E D O M !!!!!!!!!!


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