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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #30 on: May 16, 2018, 11:39:14 PM »
Midtown owner is cool as shit, only downside is he supports everything Boston...There's this light skin mute girl that works at the bar, she's beautiful in a non sexual way..
@ Catcha      She is very pretty but she is also only 16 years old.

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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #31 on: May 17, 2018, 01:23:14 AM »
Midtown owner is cool as shit, only downside is he supports everything Boston...There's this light skin mute girl that works at the bar, she's beautiful in a non sexual way..
@ Catcha      She is very pretty but she is also only 16 years old.
I know sir reason I emphasized not in a sexual way! I don't even talk to females younger than 25, but beautiful is beautiful irrespective of age but I can understand your post given the medium we're on. Salute!

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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #32 on: May 17, 2018, 09:36:31 AM »
Hope Yall Ready, Memorial Weekend

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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #33 on: May 23, 2018, 07:13:57 PM »
WARNING TO ALL...

I know alot of guys kick it with Hustlers. We know a few are good and some are bad.. BUT BE WARNED..

This Haitian Kid Named Alex..

Wow, I kept wondering why he didnt have a job but spoke so well and was so well mannered. Homie is a crackhead.  He went ape shit on the strip the other night then went ape shit again today.  I wanted to talk him down but I could tell he was somewhere else. Be careful with who you get close to. Just because they speak english and try to relate does not mean they are cool.

I actually liked the kid and was gonna offer him a job. but what I heard and then saw yesterday and today... I have seen him with alot of dudes so I am warning Kats now. This kid is trouble

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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #34 on: May 23, 2018, 07:46:00 PM »
@VP

Got a foto?  So the newbies know better

Because if he is Alex today, he might be Augustine tomorrow and Annabel next week 🤣🤷🏻‍♂️🤣

Btw, is he the dreadlocks skinny dude? 🤨🧐

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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #35 on: May 23, 2018, 09:51:08 PM »
There's a Haitian guy who posts up on the strip but his English is passable. Hope it's not him, kinda skinny short dude

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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #36 on: May 24, 2018, 06:53:19 AM »
Change is always constant,with out change we be bored to shit.. Speaking about sosua.. Sure may not be like in 2013 off the chain chicas Passions, Rumbas Cuba dave, or like you remember in past trips or so called glory days...
So adapt to change, if you get bored branch out, plenty to do and see on this island,, 
the only thing that's has not changed much  , Hoes on the Strip,,, there going to be there for a long time, past present future,  in various forms lol..  unless they out law prostitution and arrest gringos its buieness as usual .
Never had a bad trip,, 25 trips under my belt since 2013,  ,sure I have seen change , ,Case in point Suckers in the American Matrix Guys getting screwed by X whifes ,dating blues American women not giving up the pussy unless they see you check book, Feminazis  and god forbid you say Hot Chocolate to an African American in the States your screwed,, Ill Take the DR any Day !., For newbies go for it

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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #37 on: May 24, 2018, 08:11:40 AM »
This the BEST I could get. One of my homies took the pic when he was going crazy after followinfg him to my spot... It deff was NOT Mental issues. I looked him in the eyes and he was gone.  These street dudes are something else. Drugs are serious.
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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #38 on: May 24, 2018, 08:14:16 AM »
So, May 18th will be 11 years that I made my first trip to the DR... Started in Sosua.. This place has changed so much but still remains the same...

My first trip,

We got off the plane and after paying the $10 visa, were blown away by a choir of "HOLA" from the change girls in airport.. DAMN..

Get in taxi, they take us the "Scenic" Route on strip.. Its 12pm so seems pretty dead.. Im NOT impressed.. Get to hotel Villa Chessa (First spot, stayed 18-21 times and three pool parties)
Then hit the strip.. Called Sinatras now but back then was called  Pjs back then... We sit and eat, we about 11 deep in Restaurant. Its dead to me. Im disappointed.
Two girls walk by, then as they criss cross the two become 5 then 9 then WTF.. its like the bird call came out.. Chics everywhere..

We eat and sip and then walk the strip.. Now newbies will awe in the town now but imagine the streets flooded on sidewalk and street. tables and chairs on sidewalk at all the bars. Every bar full... I mean you could bar hop and have to find a seat a no matter where you went.
They gave us sun glasses, back then you couldnt look at a chic because she came straight to you after eye contact.. It was nuts, couldnt go to bathroom in classico alone. You got groped the enitre walk. We were the bitches...

Rumba was half the size, Where the bathrooms are was a parking lot.
Bourbon st was Latinos (Bar in front/Disco in the back)
Pratiniums was El Flow
Flame was Winner Circle
Dlatin (Or that Area) Was POP Bar and a restaurant (Really small outside Bar)

Most of the other places were here or changed names. But the main strip was

Rumba (Wasnt too popular but a place to chill)
El Flow
Latinos
Winners
Classico (Merengue was more a daytime spot back then)

It was Madness but fun. It seemed like the less rules and crackdowns, the less drama on the strip..

This thread is more about reflexion than stories.. I hear all these Kats giving advice and how things will change but they dont even know how it used to be. It hasnt changed much at all. Some spots closed, others opened. Some spots changed owners and changed names.
some spots were sold then rebought by the original owners.

This town is a cycle and the ONE thing that stayed consistant was that good ol Pedro Clisante

I also stayed at Villa Chessa back in 2006. I enjoyed my stay there,and it had potential to be a premier spot to stay if someone would upgrade it. The only downside was the distant to the strip. What's up with Villa Chessa today? Is it still open for business? Has anyone stayed there recently?

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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #39 on: May 24, 2018, 09:14:27 AM »
Damn vpeezy I hit sosua for the first time in 2006 after an disagree with my Dominican wife.  We were on vacation from SD  and staying in Alegro in Playa Dorada.  Of course, I didn’t become the sosua vet until a bit later because moma drove me crazy after I went back to pick her up.  I was surprised that she wasn’t familiar.   Time flys though and sosua and the DR has been good to us both.

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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #40 on: May 24, 2018, 11:39:01 AM »
So, May 18th will be 11 years that I made my first trip to the DR... Started in Sosua.. This place has changed so much but still remains the same...

My first trip,

We got off the plane and after paying the $10 visa, were blown away by a choir of "HOLA" from the change girls in airport.. DAMN..

Get in taxi, they take us the "Scenic" Route on strip.. Its 12pm so seems pretty dead.. Im NOT impressed.. Get to hotel Villa Chessa (First spot, stayed 18-21 times and three pool parties)
Then hit the strip.. Called Sinatras now but back then was called  Pjs back then... We sit and eat, we about 11 deep in Restaurant. Its dead to me. Im disappointed.
Two girls walk by, then as they criss cross the two become 5 then 9 then WTF.. its like the bird call came out.. Chics everywhere..

We eat and sip and then walk the strip.. Now newbies will awe in the town now but imagine the streets flooded on sidewalk and street. tables and chairs on sidewalk at all the bars. Every bar full... I mean you could bar hop and have to find a seat a no matter where you went.
They gave us sun glasses, back then you couldnt look at a chic because she came straight to you after eye contact.. It was nuts, couldnt go to bathroom in classico alone. You got groped the enitre walk. We were the bitches...

Rumba was half the size, Where the bathrooms are was a parking lot.
Bourbon st was Latinos (Bar in front/Disco in the back)
Pratiniums was El Flow
Flame was Winner Circle
Dlatin (Or that Area) Was POP Bar and a restaurant (Really small outside Bar)

Most of the other places were here or changed names. But the main strip was

Rumba (Wasnt too popular but a place to chill)
El Flow
Latinos
Winners
Classico (Merengue was more a daytime spot back then)

It was Madness but fun. It seemed like the less rules and crackdowns, the less drama on the strip..

This thread is more about reflexion than stories.. I hear all these Kats giving advice and how things will change but they dont even know how it used to be. It hasnt changed much at all. Some spots closed, others opened. Some spots changed owners and changed names.
some spots were sold then rebought by the original owners.

This town is a cycle and the ONE thing that stayed consistant was that good ol Pedro Clisante

I also stayed at Villa Chessa back in 2006. I enjoyed my stay there,and it had potential to be a premier spot to stay if someone would upgrade it. The only downside was the distant to the strip. What's up with Villa Chessa today? Is it still open for business? Has anyone stayed there recently?
Yes, it's still open. That rich Italiano still owns it. I have never stayed there, but I usually ride back there and have a quick drink. He needs a renovation really bad. That shit is like a dormitory back there.

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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #41 on: May 25, 2018, 08:35:31 AM »
Snitching...

One thing that has ALWAYS blown my mine is the HEARTZ of men. I have been snitched on and watched others get snitched on. Dudes get caught up. I have watched girls I was smashing for years, go and get married. If a dude is willing to change up her life then so be it. Who am I to fuck that up?
But what kills me is when dudes tell on other dudes to chics. What do you gain?  Now I wont blow people up but there are two business men in sosua who are known snitches and some how got a pass. I actually stopped rocking with them when I found out.
I dont think there is any excuse for snitching and thats just me. Telling a chic shit because your love smitten is stupid. Mofos be like "Not my Girl" and then when they see her ass in the air in a photo, they start telling.
Emotions are a mofo.

So be careful WHO you share your info and pics with. I actually sat here one day and as dude was showing off his "WIFEY" and a dude next to him yells out  "Man she got good pussy, I was with her two days ago"....
Homie ran back asap and approached her about it.

No matter how tough, or how hard a mofo may seem. Some Kats deep down be in love. Ive had dudes holla at my broads and I dont care, My reasoning is this
I am confident in me, If you good enough to get my broad then all respect.  I actually have a going bet, If you can get the number I buy a bottle.
lol

I never worry about a broad, I worry about ME. every broad is replaceable..

Never understood how guys fall in love with prostitutes. I guess im the odd ball. But i never understand how cats can fall with a chick that sells pussy for a living?

And if i am ever going to fall in love, Its going to be a normal 9-5 chick at a supermarket, or if i met her at a library. Not some chick i met on the hoe stroll,

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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #42 on: May 26, 2018, 01:41:41 PM »
Only 8 years since my first visit and I am pretty much a perennial newbie but my observations from this trip regarding the women (and a 4 year gap since the last visit to Sosua):

The girls are not dressed like they were before, my first visit every one of them had high heels and the most revealing outfits they could get their hands one and the conga line at night through the streets was amazing. A few are dressing up but what I'm seeing basically is a lot of sandals and pants.

People keep talking about quality, I don't it is so much the quality as it is There is the variety (age/color/body types/personality types) and there do seem to be more "seasoned" pros (or rather I'm guessing a lot less new people being run through the mill). They also used to push a little bit of fun with their sex which I really liked now pfff.... nobody calling me papi.

The monger Demographics have shifted but not a ton - The four main groups are still here: the east coast ballers, lone wolfs, The Jersey Shore crews, and really old white grumpy guys... These groups used to be maybe 60% of the monger crowd now they are 80-90% with that first group itself being around 75% so a shift but not something earth shattering.

A bit Surprised they never finished that car lot they were building across from new garden and sad they tore down the bar across from Baileys just to make it vacant land for sale... the X club across from classicos was open last time I was here and was awful, it does not look open but its still there like ti was recently, did it ever become popular? The time I went in they were so desperate for customers I didn't think they would let me leave.

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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #43 on: May 26, 2018, 05:49:18 PM »
Only 8 years since my first visit and I am pretty much a perennial newbie but my observations from this trip regarding the women (and a 4 year gap since the last visit to Sosua):

The girls are not dressed like they were before, my first visit every one of them had high heels and the most revealing outfits they could get their hands one and the conga line at night through the streets was amazing. A few are dressing up but what I'm seeing basically is a lot of sandals and pants.

People keep talking about quality, I don't it is so much the quality as it is There is the variety (age/color/body types/personality types) and there do seem to be more "seasoned" pros (or rather I'm guessing a lot less new people being run through the mill). They also used to push a little bit of fun with their sex which I really liked now pfff.... nobody calling me papi.

The monger Demographics have shifted but not a ton - The four main groups are still here: the east coast ballers, lone wolfs, The Jersey Shore crews, and really old white grumpy guys... These groups used to be maybe 60% of the monger crowd now they are 80-90% with that first group itself being around 75% so a shift but not something earth shattering.

A bit Surprised they never finished that car lot they were building across from new garden and sad they tore down the bar across from Baileys just to make it vacant land for sale... the X club across from classicos was open last time I was here and was awful, it does not look open but its still there like ti was recently, did it ever become popular? The time I went in they were so desperate for customers I didn't think they would let me leave.

Don't call me grumpy!

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Re: 11 Years In...
« Reply #44 on: May 26, 2018, 06:51:32 PM »
Don't call me grumpy!

I'll be joining the old white guy club soon enough. I plan on being very grumpy.

... the quality picked up quite a bit from yesterday, maybe I spoke too soon.

 


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