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Re: LIST OF TIPS AFTER MY FIRST TRIP TO SOSUA!
« Reply #30 on: September 02, 2017, 02:25:51 PM »

Hi crazy canuck

Sure there are two main carriers in the region claro and orange. Claro offers a chip with internet access but I have metro pcs and they don't allow that. So I'm not sure how much claro's chip cost since I couldn't use it. Claro also offers hotspot but it was more expensive she told me it 3400 pessos for 5 gigs I believe. Orange has a better deal you rent the hotspot device and as long as its about 20 feet from you you get perfect internet speeds. I paid 1500 to rent it for the week and two days and a 1500 refundable deposit which I got back when I returned the device. It is a 5 gib device im not sure if you can add more because that is all I needed. The coverage is great and very fast internet always had full bars but I admit I only stayed in sosua and puerto plata. I took it with me to remote areas when I went atv riding in puerto plata and it still worked great so it will work great all over the north coast its very popular. One thing I suggests is keep a charger in your car/house they give you the usb cable for it but no charger adapter. The battery life is so so but if you use it all day plan on charging it midway through the day. I also remember I think they cut me off 500 pesos from the refundable deposit since I was only there a week so I believe the original deposit was 2000 but. So if you are there for a similar time I suggests you bargain down the price they will work with you. I believe you will be fine for the reasons you are using it for.

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Re: LIST OF TIPS AFTER MY FIRST TRIP TO SOSUA!
« Reply #31 on: September 02, 2017, 02:31:24 PM »
@Boston,
For a Celtic I have to admit, good read & write up.
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Re: LIST OF TIPS AFTER MY FIRST TRIP TO SOSUA!
« Reply #32 on: September 02, 2017, 02:39:47 PM »
@ Boston   I have MetroPCS   you can add world calling for $10 and get internet done there and calls from states then take back off when not going

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Re: LIST OF TIPS AFTER MY FIRST TRIP TO SOSUA!
« Reply #33 on: September 02, 2017, 03:21:31 PM »
nickmirr lol thanks

seanslo

yes I did the same thing I put it on my plan a week before going and the internet barely worked when it did it was very slow thats the reason why I went to orange. Calls were fine and text worked. My internet eigther didn't work or was on 2g speed.

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Re: LIST OF TIPS AFTER MY FIRST TRIP TO SOSUA!
« Reply #34 on: September 02, 2017, 03:41:09 PM »
Thanks for the infor Boston ... very useful.
I will have a look at their website before leaving.
I could have a dominican chip in my phone ... it's completely unlocked but the problem is since that will give me a dominican phone number, it will f*ck up all the apps in my phone that are linked to my phone number ... I know because it is what I did last time ...
As for the charger, no problem here since I thing a have like half a dozen car chargers and maybe a dozen wall chargers ... i'll bring one or two.
Thanks again for the info ... if we ever cross paths in dr, i owe you a couple beers.
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Re: LIST OF TIPS AFTER MY FIRST TRIP TO SOSUA!
« Reply #35 on: September 02, 2017, 03:42:20 PM »
mmikeee

Exactly no one should feel like they should feel muted the more info the better once again constructive criticism is different. Wow I hope to catch up to you. What city did you like the best?

Allgoodwithmenow

Thanks man! Yeah the next time ill bring less items with me and just chica proof. I fely bad searching girls who were nothing but kind to me :( and no chica ever stole from me once.

Hipkiss7

Your welcome my friend thats what I'm here for to help each other out.

Hey Boston,

The more info the better..... Guys on the forum can add, make other suggestions and take it or leave it.... As to your question, What's my favorite place. Every place has it's own unique feel but I love the culture and loved them all. I wouldn't suggest Punta Cana or La Romana, too touristy. Santo Domingo wouldn't be my choice if I was a newbie, It's a big city and if you're alone or don't know  somebody there it could be a bit dicey for a gringo but I had a blast. Boca Chica was fun, pretty small though and of course Cabarete/Sosua are awesome. I'll be in Sosua from Dec-Mar at Plaza Europa, so look me up if you're there!

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Re: LIST OF TIPS AFTER MY FIRST TRIP TO SOSUA!
« Reply #36 on: September 02, 2017, 04:09:26 PM »
Excellent advice Boston. Every newbie going to Sosua for the first time shoul read your post.

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Re: LIST OF TIPS AFTER MY FIRST TRIP TO SOSUA!
« Reply #37 on: September 02, 2017, 06:28:38 PM »
@ BOS    Yea it use to be Claro when there , is Orange and 3g in Santiago goes to Claro in Puerto Plata then Orange 2 g in Sosua works for WhatsApp but has issues when using a translator app. The key is getting as many wifi codes as can first couple days then have coverage almost everywhere go. I am going for 2 weeks in October might look into that hotspot.

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Re: LIST OF TIPS AFTER MY FIRST TRIP TO SOSUA!
« Reply #38 on: September 02, 2017, 06:45:52 PM »
Nice advice , I have been going for several years , but mainly walk the same route , so where exactly is  Tradewinds , and where exactly do the GOOD motoconcho  guys sit ?? I usually use random guys , but like yous , I would like a regulas go to guy , If need be send me a private message with phone numbers ,,,,,,  when I was in Juan Dolio  , I had a regular  , he was great , showed me around ,, took me everywhere , cheap to , but he was tipped well , so would like the same in Sosua ,,,, THANKS  guys !!

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Re: LIST OF TIPS AFTER MY FIRST TRIP TO SOSUA!
« Reply #39 on: September 02, 2017, 06:55:04 PM »
Whats up yall. I just came back from my first sosua trip it was a crazy experience! Here is a list of of helpful reminders to help you through your stay. This list may not be perfect so correct me if i'm wrong this is off the cuff.

1. Never exchange money at the airport
They will give you a bad rate. You don't really need pesos at the airport since the incoming fee is a standard $10 and cab is $25 just make sure you have that amount then exchange later (explained below)

2. You can negotiate cab prices from the airport
Standard fee is $25 to sosua but I was able to get it for $20 without too much effort

3. Don't let anyone handle your bags unless you are willing to pay
My travels to nigeria helped me here if anyone has ever been to lagos airport you know what I mean. People will try to help with your luggage left and right but they won't tell you they expect a propina (tip) for their services. Just say no gracias until they stop.

4. Best places to exchange your money is at banks and supermarkets exchange (super pola etc.)
They will exchange it evenly with no fee involved. There was a super pola across the street from me and the exchange place right next to it.

5.Try to get a decent amount of smaller bills
Change was a routine issue especially for motoconchos. You will pull out a bigger bill and ask for change but they will conveniently have no change. Most of the times they are being honest but other times they just hope you give up and give them the bigger bill instead. When you exchange your money or whenever you get change always try to get a good amount of lower bills 50's and 100's. That way if you give someone a 1000 bill and they say they don't have change you are not stuck.

6. Motoconchos
Most convenient way to get around town and in my case was necessary. I stayed in tradewinds condos across the street from the newly built superpola supermarket it was necessary most days to get a motoconcho to get to the action ( somedays I walk). By frequenting the motoconchos I seen a price difference that they would try to charge. Just know that in the daytime 50-100 (mainly 50) pessos is enough to get you anywhere in sosua. If they charge you more don't fall for it. Ive been quoted  500 pesos for a 100 pesso trip but they know better and once your firm with them they will agree. If you ask them to drive you to multiple spots expect 50 pesos each trip or you can work out a deal before hand ("take me to these three places and back home for 125 pesos") they are willing to make deals with you. They will try to sell you things left and right if you don't want it just say "no gracias mi amigo" over and over. Finally, if you get a cool, reliable motoconcho take his number down and make him your regular you will save money. I met someone who took me to multiple spots and back home for 50 pesos id use him all the time. Just remember if they are going to fast say "tranquilo" means slow down and the ones riding the motorcycles are better because its a smoother ride.

7. Always be aware of what side the muffler is on the motoconcho
You might be in a rush and hop off and then burrrrrrrrrrn! second degree burn on your leg I learned the hard way lol just be aware

8. I found that day mongering is slightly cheaper than at night time ( even though the overall prices are cheap)
More girls are willing to go with you for 1500 pesos

9. If a chica comes to you with an extremely cheap price (below 1500) beware! You get what you payed for. I learned the hard way. Over...and over.......and over lol.

10. Standard rates are 1500-2500 pessos** for a short time. Out of all the girls ive been with I only paid 2500 once because I requested a crazy fetish lol. 2000 pessos is the magic number that 90% of the time they will be happy with but I had many 1500 pesso chicas. Just make sure she knows everything that you are into and what you expect of her.

11. Only give her a propina if she deserves it.
 Don't get pressured into giving her one if she was a dud/had a bad attitude. Their is a whole town full of chicas waiting for you don't waste time or money with duds. On the flipside if she gave you an amazing service tip her (its customary but not mandatory).

12. Don't be afraid to search them if you suspect something is missing.
I was a lazy drunk motherfucker my whole trip so I would often forget to chica proof my room so I would always have my eye on her even if she was a sweetheart. I also checked every chicas belongings before they left my room. This can be avoided if you just chica proof your room.

13. If she trys to change the price on you DO NOT FALL FOR IT send her packing!

14. If a bad situation arises with you and the chica (she threatens you etc) let security know asap tell them to remember her face, make a copy of her id and don't let her back in know matter what.

15. Don't let people (mainly people who are trying to offer you things) know where you live ( exact hotel door). You might have them show up unannounced or even worse.

16. You don't chase pussy in sosua, the pussy chases you!
These girls especially low season know you are the prize. You will feel like shark bait in the middle of the ocean sometimes lol they will swarm you, molest you, sexually harass you to get your attention. Sometimes the funnest way to monger is to post up at the bar with a drink facing pedro clisante and just wait for them to come to you. Or just call them over to you remember you are the prize.

17. When you get her whatsapp try to take or get a pic from her
You will get tons of whattsapp numbers so when you get her number ask for/take a pic of her to remember who they are or your whats app will be flooded with random names you can't match to faces.

18. Only buy them a drink if you like their personality or if you can see yourself spending time with her
Don't just go buy random chicas drinks lol you will be broke in no time.

19. Classicos (and any club/bar in sosua) is like a candy store
Ratio is never below 10:1 I felt like I was the only guy there sometimes. The after hour spot called playa chiquita is a casino with a club attached to it and stays open until 6 am i believe. You will get your everything grabbed, licked, spanked and every girl in there is down for p4p its like a candy store. With that said you can be picky. If one chica is being stingy about the price or unwilling to do what you want her to do in bed (unless you really want her)then its on to the next one. Literally the second a chica gives you a reason to leave just do exactly that. I'm not saying to be a prick but don't waste your time when the ball is in your court.

20. On mondays when classicos is closed Id suggest city lights instead its lit in there

21. Save money eat like a dominican
There are plenty of clean dominican restaurants where you can eat from and save alot of money. Right next door to city lights is a restaurant I got rice and beans, platanos, plenty of chicken and a drink for 150 pesos there are many places like that.

22. If she does not have Id and she looks too young TURN AROUND MY FRIEND

23. In sosua people's time is money (doesn't apply to every one)
Many people in sosua would do things out of kind gesture and expect nothing but with some people in this city time is money know matter what you are doing with them. Many people will ask for a propina just from them performing the most mundane task for you (helping with directions, translating, helping you find something etc.). Before you ask anybody to do anything for you and if they look like they are a hustler just say before hand you don't have and money for them. Don't make it known in a group of dominicans that you need help looking for something around town if you don't want to get asked for money

24. When walking through the beach smile,say no gracias mi amigo, and keep walking.
The beach is filled with shops and people trying to get you to buy something just keep a decent stride waive your hand saying no and keep it moving and enjoy the beautiful waves, beach and chicas.


25. If you need constant wifi and your phone doesnt take chip go to orange and get a wifi hotspot 5 g 1500 pesos and 1500 refundable deposit.

26. Dealing with burnout Try to do something other then fucking lol
If you get burnt out its nice to have something planned so you can have an activity to do in the meantime until you feel like fucking again. You can't fuck the whole city lol so try to diversify you vacation. By my sixth day and like 14teenth fuck I was worn out so I planned an atv ride throughout puerto plata its something different and it kept me busy until I was a horny ass monger again!

27. Try to live close by all the action especially if its your first time there
Even though most of you will already do this you will get a way better experience by getting a hotel in the middle of town as opposed to the outskirts. You will feel the full atmosphere and won't have to waste money on motoconchos all the time. I got my place on airbnb for 20 bucks a night but it was further away from the action then I would like. If I could do it all over I would probably stay at terra linda or new garden. Nothings better than hollering at a fine ass chica on the street from the comforts of your room and in 2 minutes she is in your bed. Id recommend where I stayed but I would rent out my own scooter/ atv.

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28. Feel the chica out and conversate for a little before you decide to take her home
VERY IMPORTANT. It will save you a headache/ wasted time/ money if you conversate with the chica to make sure you guys are on the same page. You don't have to talk for hours but just long enough to guage her personality. Many times you can spot a bad attitude, a girl who is unemotional/stiff/mechanical, and the type that will try to rush ("rapido rapido") during sex if you conversate with them for a little bit. If they give off a good vibe then go from there. If they give off a bad vibe then go with your instincts and don't waste your money. This way you can weed out the ones who will try to rush you, have a bad attitude, and overall will give you lackluster service. Its not full proof but many times it can weed out the bad apples from the quality chicas :)

I hope that helps you guys out once again this is straight from the cuff. I know I may have done things wrong so if yall vets want to chime in I don't mind constructive criticism just don't get disrespectful. Sosua is a great place with alot of fun to be had I can't wait till I go back again.
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Re: LIST OF TIPS AFTER MY FIRST TRIP TO SOSUA!
« Reply #40 on: September 02, 2017, 06:57:57 PM »
Lol this guy giving tips after his first trip? Lmao

A lot can be learned from your first trip.

You dont need to be a 10 year "vet" to work things out
Yep...advice after a first trip is the most valuable because everything is raw and new. After your 21st trip or something like that there are so many little things you don't think about anymore that you forget to pass along information about them that a total newbie could find useful.

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Re: LIST OF TIPS AFTER MY FIRST TRIP TO SOSUA!
« Reply #41 on: September 03, 2017, 09:26:10 AM »
Thats true there is alot of trifling motoconchos I heard about them. I tried to get this one chica a motoconcho one night and she was scared she shook her head and said "mafioso" meaning gang member. That and all the accidents on the road. If I felt like he was going too fast I always told him to slow down. lol it involved chocolate syrup, whip cream and "leche" lol. It was an amazing time

Been doing motoconchos for years...When you guys talk negative about them, I question your judgment...A lot of good ones with good up to date bikes are in sosua, on the strip, on the main roads...I have not witness one accident happen and I walk the streets from Tradewinds/Caribe Campo all the time...Some write that when they are there they witness 3 accidents a day, what a laugh...The motoconchos at the bottom of Tradewinds are some of the most upstanding men that I have known and used for years and they treat you with the utmost respect, safety, and will never deceive you in charge...When you are on the street, you decide which ones to take...If he has an old bike, do not use them....If you use common sense and you have a phone, get several numbers of ones that you trust and use them...The stories that are told are stories, driving to fast, cheating you, etc, bs...If you are scared to use then do not use, but made up stories are not necessary by anyone.

Use them or not its your problem, but i see none of them driving correctly and even the best moto driver on the planet cannot drive safely with an adult client on a 80cc motoconcho in RD without helmet. The danger come from the other driver too(drunk and stoopid driver everywhere) and the roads(crappy road seriously). No light, people driving drunk and the basic rules are not respected(high speed, wrong way, burning their stop and red light etc.).

It's not about freaking about using them or not, its about knowing the risk. It may never happen but the risk is high and the cost can be painful to save a 5 minute walk.

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Re: LIST OF TIPS AFTER MY FIRST TRIP TO SOSUA!
« Reply #42 on: September 03, 2017, 11:28:53 AM »
Uh Indy ... 99% of the motoconchos I saw in sosua had 150cc or even 200cc bikes ... not 80cc ... 150cc is safe enough to carry 2 adults.
Geez when I was in Thaïland, most motosais could handle 2 and even 3 adults on a honda 110cc motorbike ...
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« Reply #43 on: September 03, 2017, 11:45:50 AM »
Sure it is about using them or not, use them or don't, it is a choice...I have been using them for years with no problem, it is a choice...If I say the one's I use are respectful and drive respectful it is that...I do not live life worrying about the other variables because they are not as bad as you say...A co worker here just got hit by a drunk driver, I am not going to stop driving...Also you are just talking about a small square area in sosua...No debate nececssary, you use them or you don't, it is your choice, it is simple.
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Re: LIST OF TIPS AFTER MY FIRST TRIP TO SOSUA!
« Reply #44 on: September 03, 2017, 04:41:34 PM »
Great post Boston, don't pay any attention to the haters on here. I for one found your information a helpful reminder !! Thx

 


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