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Saint

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Re: Anyone Get Their Bloodwork Done At The STI Airport??
« Reply #15 on: August 02, 2020, 04:18:59 AM »
Standard procedures behind close doors is getting hit by the police, why would you be any different. It tells me you know nothing because the last thing you want to do in the DR is go behind closed doors with the police.  You embarrass an under educated police officer and there immediate instinct will be to hit you.   Who you going to complain too. The reason why you are talking tough because you have not experienced that situation, but push it and it will happen to you.

To see if I am lying just stand outside a DR police station and listen after an arrest.

Saint,

I can tell that you and others that think the same way, don’t travel or get out much, LOL. If ya’ll did, you wouldn’t behave like the traveling newbie shook ones that I know you are. 😆😆

Foreign governments don’t go around putting their hands (or feet) on American tourists like that. It happens in some cases, but for the most part it doesn’t. It’s bad public and diplomatic relations strategy.

When tourists were getting poisoned by bootleg alcohol in DR, American news coverage alone caused tourism to PLUMMET. Most of DR’s travel economy runs on U.S. dollars. Trust, they don’t want no
problems, so all that nonsense about DR customs and police doing this and that behind closed doors to AMERICAN citizens, is straight up BULLSHIT. Backroom Beatings? You watch too many movies, bro. 😂😂

Two things: You don’t recognize the power and the privilege of your U.S. passport, and you certainly don’t know how to use it.

PMI,

I’m big and tough on the keyboard and in real life. Ain’t nobody “disappearing” no one, anywhere. I know there are lockdowns still going on, but ya’ll watching too much Netflix. 😆

@Poon Tang Clan. It sounds like you are the right person to talk with to make sure I am doing everything right when I travel since you are so well traveled.  I have a couple questions that you can help me out with:

When I am in Rio where should I take a chick for the weekend when I want to get out of the city

Where do you recommend I eat when I am in Singapore

What hotel do you stay at when your in Hong Kong

What rooftop spot do you go too when your in Bogota

Give me your favorite clubs in Santo Domingo

What area should I stay in when I am in Tokyo

When you fly private out of pop where do you check-in at

Help a brother out as I want to be sure I am doing everything right and not distracted by NETFLIX..
« Last Edit: August 02, 2020, 04:32:23 AM by Saint »

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Re: Anyone Get Their Bloodwork Done At The STI Airport??
« Reply #16 on: August 02, 2020, 09:41:51 AM »
Two things: You don’t recognize the power and the privilege of your U.S. passport, and you certainly don’t know how to use it.


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Nobody has ever come out alive.

PoonTangClan

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Re: Anyone Get Their Bloodwork Done At The STI Airport??
« Reply #17 on: August 02, 2020, 09:58:29 AM »
Standard procedures behind close doors is getting hit by the police, why would you be any different. It tells me you know nothing because the last thing you want to do in the DR is go behind closed doors with the police.  You embarrass an under educated police officer and there immediate instinct will be to hit you.   Who you going to complain too. The reason why you are talking tough because you have not experienced that situation, but push it and it will happen to you.

To see if I am lying just stand outside a DR police station and listen after an arrest.

Saint,

I can tell that you and others that think the same way, don’t travel or get out much, LOL. If ya’ll did, you wouldn’t behave like the traveling newbie shook ones that I know you are. 😆😆

Foreign governments don’t go around putting their hands (or feet) on American tourists like that. It happens in some cases, but for the most part it doesn’t. It’s bad public and diplomatic relations strategy.

When tourists were getting poisoned by bootleg alcohol in DR, American news coverage alone caused tourism to PLUMMET. Most of DR’s travel economy runs on U.S. dollars. Trust, they don’t want no
problems, so all that nonsense about DR customs and police doing this and that behind closed doors to AMERICAN citizens, is straight up BULLSHIT. Backroom Beatings? You watch too many movies, bro. 😂😂

Two things: You don’t recognize the power and the privilege of your U.S. passport, and you certainly don’t know how to use it.

PMI,

I’m big and tough on the keyboard and in real life. Ain’t nobody “disappearing” no one, anywhere. I know there are lockdowns still going on, but ya’ll watching too much Netflix. 😆

@Poon Tang Clan. It sounds like you are the right person to talk with to make sure I am doing everything right when I travel since you are so well traveled.  I have a couple questions that you can help me out with:

When I am in Rio where should I take a chick for the weekend when I want to get out of the city

Where do you recommend I eat when I am in Singapore

What hotel do you stay at when your in Hong Kong

What rooftop spot do you go too when your in Bogota

Give me your favorite clubs in Santo Domingo

What area should I stay in when I am in Tokyo

When you fly private out of pop where do you check-in at

Help a brother out as I want to be sure I am doing everything right and not distracted by NETFLIX..

Saint,

[*In a sarcastic concierge voice*] I’m glad you asked, you SOB, lol. 🙄 Let me help you out.

1. If you’re in Rio and wanna slide out real quick with a PYT, do as the locals do, and slide out to Arraial do Cabo. Lovely bars, restaurants, and beach. Great way to escape all the tourists running all over Rio.

2. Singapore: I don’t know what food you fancy, but I recommend Bar Cicheti. Italian food. In Singapore. Sounds crazy, but you’ll agree it’s amongst the best you ever had once you try it.

3. Hong Kong: Typically stay in central and the hotel of the same name, Ovolo Central. It doesn’t disappoint.

4. Bogota: Unfortunately, I can’t tell you anything about Colombia at this time. My trip plans were involuntarily cancelled earlier this year because of Corona. 🤷🏾‍♂️

5. Santo Domingo clubs/lounges: Zambra and Sparta Lounge. Haven’t been to either in a while tho.

6. Tokyo: Where should you stay? It depends on your objectives. I would say Ginza is a nice central spot to post up to reach other areas in Japan. Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel is one of my favorites. 

7. I don’t fly privately on short flights, which is why I would never bother to do this out of POP. 🙄

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Re: Anyone Get Their Bloodwork Done At The STI Airport??
« Reply #18 on: August 02, 2020, 10:59:44 AM »
According to the U.S. Embassy in the Dominican Republic"

"From July 30, all passengers arriving in the Dominican Republic are required to present a PCR test that was completed within five days.  Passengers who do not meet this requirement or show symptoms on arrival will be tested at the airport.  All individuals who test positive will be required to quarantine as instructed by authorities."

https://do.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/covid-19-information/

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Re: Anyone Get Their Bloodwork Done At The STI Airport??
« Reply #19 on: August 02, 2020, 12:37:15 PM »
Standard procedures behind close doors is getting hit by the police, why would you be any different. It tells me you know nothing because the last thing you want to do in the DR is go behind closed doors with the police.  You embarrass an under educated police officer and there immediate instinct will be to hit you.   Who you going to complain too. The reason why you are talking tough because you have not experienced that situation, but push it and it will happen to you.

To see if I am lying just stand outside a DR police station and listen after an arrest.

Saint,

I can tell that you and others that think the same way, don’t travel or get out much, LOL. If ya’ll did, you wouldn’t behave like the traveling newbie shook ones that I know you are. 😆😆

Foreign governments don’t go around putting their hands (or feet) on American tourists like that. It happens in some cases, but for the most part it doesn’t. It’s bad public and diplomatic relations strategy.

When tourists were getting poisoned by bootleg alcohol in DR, American news coverage alone caused tourism to PLUMMET. Most of DR’s travel economy runs on U.S. dollars. Trust, they don’t want no
problems, so all that nonsense about DR customs and police doing this and that behind closed doors to AMERICAN citizens, is straight up BULLSHIT. Backroom Beatings? You watch too many movies, bro. 😂😂

Two things: You don’t recognize the power and the privilege of your U.S. passport, and you certainly don’t know how to use it.

PMI,

I’m big and tough on the keyboard and in real life. Ain’t nobody “disappearing” no one, anywhere. I know there are lockdowns still going on, but ya’ll watching too much Netflix. 😆

@Poon Tang Clan. It sounds like you are the right person to talk with to make sure I am doing everything right when I travel since you are so well traveled.  I have a couple questions that you can help me out with:

When I am in Rio where should I take a chick for the weekend when I want to get out of the city

Where do you recommend I eat when I am in Singapore

What hotel do you stay at when your in Hong Kong

What rooftop spot do you go too when your in Bogota

Give me your favorite clubs in Santo Domingo

What area should I stay in when I am in Tokyo

When you fly private out of pop where do you check-in at

Help a brother out as I want to be sure I am doing everything right and not distracted by NETFLIX..

Saint,

[*In a sarcastic concierge voice*] I’m glad you asked, you SOB, lol. 🙄 Let me help you out.

1. If you’re in Rio and wanna slide out real quick with a PYT, do as the locals do, and slide out to Arraial do Cabo. Lovely bars, restaurants, and beach. Great way to escape all the tourists running all over Rio.

2. Singapore: I don’t know what food you fancy, but I recommend Bar Cicheti. Italian food. In Singapore. Sounds crazy, but you’ll agree it’s amongst the best you ever had once you try it.

3. Hong Kong: Typically stay in central and the hotel of the same name, Ovolo Central. It doesn’t disappoint.

4. Bogota: Unfortunately, I can’t tell you anything about Colombia at this time. My trip plans were involuntarily cancelled earlier this year because of Corona. 🤷🏾‍♂️

5. Santo Domingo clubs/lounges: Zambra and Sparta Lounge. Haven’t been to either in a while tho.

6. Tokyo: Where should you stay? It depends on your objectives. I would say Ginza is a nice central spot to post up to reach other areas in Japan. Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel is one of my favorites. 

7. I don’t fly privately on short flights, which is why I would never bother to do this out of POP. 🙄

Not mad at you player.  Very good response!  Try Buzios for a weekend get away if you in RIo

PoonTangClan

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Re: Anyone Get Their Bloodwork Done At The STI Airport??
« Reply #20 on: August 02, 2020, 01:10:02 PM »

Not mad at you player.  Very good response!  Try Buzios for a weekend get away if you in RIo

I’ma look into that. Definitely. I appreciate the info. Play on, sir!

Saint

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Re: Anyone Get Their Bloodwork Done At The STI Airport??
« Reply #21 on: August 06, 2020, 09:31:10 AM »
@poontang.  I know you say i watch to much netflix, but here is proof that police give beatens behind close doors:


https://www.puertoplatadigital.com/verNoticia.aspx?Id=33419

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Re: Anyone Get Their Bloodwork Done At The STI Airport??
« Reply #22 on: August 06, 2020, 09:52:48 AM »
@poontang.  I know you say i watch to much netflix, but here is proof that police give beatens behind close doors:


https://www.puertoplatadigital.com/verNoticia.aspx?Id=33419

Saint,

In this case with the article you linked, the dude they assaulted was a citizen/resident, not an American or American tourist. Crooked authorities are more inclined to try this with their own resident populations as opposed to foreign visitors and travelers.

But don’t get me wrong, there are indeed isolated incidents of individual authorities going rogue and breaking every type of law and protocol in assaulting an American or foreign visitor. Shit can happen, but it’s rare, because governments do try to actively avoid drama on a diplomatic relations level. They really don’t want those problems.


 


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