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PapiViejo55-2

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CURFEW: Why 7p - 11p is Important [PSA]
« on: November 20, 2020, 11:48:00 AM »
It goes without saying, for most enjoying your vacation in the DR, every hour there counts. Curfew shutdown time pressures each of us into maximizing the limited time we do have. Therefore, the plan to enjoy the 7 - 11pm timeframe is crucial to getting the most out of each day when every business is shutting down for curfew.  Have a plan for "rounding out" your day's social activities and pre-sleep agenda. Social drinking, entertaining "friends" and grabbing a late meal are the norm.  And afterwards, your plan in your dwelling is just as important. Maybe you want to have access to snacks, drinks, and companionship...the plan for that should be already set in your mind before curfew hits. Help yourself. Because lounging by the hotel pool, hoping something comes in or searching the hotel for food is not realistic. At that point, flogging the bishop and sleeping off the day is more fruitful.  It can't be overstated, get those whatsapp numbers, food delivery numbers, and pickup room supplies during the day. It's the easiest thing to do because, grocery stores are within 2 blocks, chicas are on every block, and after hours delivery numbers in Sosua can be obtain from the management during the day. Remember ask questions often and get yourself situated beforehand. You are there to enjoy yourself...Make it happen.

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Re: CURFEW: Why 7p - 11p is Important [PSA]
« Reply #1 on: November 20, 2020, 02:20:05 PM »
It goes without saying, for most enjoying your vacation in the DR, every hour there counts. Curfew shutdown time pressures each of us into maximizing the limited time we do have. Therefore, the plan to enjoy the 7 - 11pm timeframe is crucial to getting the most out of each day when every business is shutting down for curfew.  Have a plan for "rounding out" your day's social activities and pre-sleep agenda. Social drinking, entertaining "friends" and grabbing a late meal are the norm.  And afterwards, your plan in your dwelling is just as important. Maybe you want to have access to snacks, drinks, and companionship...the plan for that should be already set in your mind before curfew hits. Help yourself. Because lounging by the hotel pool, hoping something comes in or searching the hotel for food is not realistic. At that point, flogging the bishop and sleeping off the day is more fruitful.  It can't be overstated, get those whatsapp numbers, food delivery numbers, and pickup room supplies during the day. It's the easiest thing to do because, grocery stores are within 2 blocks, chicas are on every block, and after hours delivery numbers in Sosua can be obtain from the management during the day. Remember ask questions often and get yourself situated beforehand. You are there to enjoy yourself...Make it happen.



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Re: CURFEW: Why 7p - 11p is Important [PSA]
« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2020, 09:16:36 PM »
Did they extend the curfew to 11pm?

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Re: CURFEW: Why 7p - 11p is Important [PSA]
« Reply #3 on: November 21, 2020, 04:33:22 PM »
No. The curfew is 9pm M - F and 7pm S & Su.
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Re: CURFEW: Why 7p - 11p is Important [PSA]
« Reply #4 on: November 22, 2020, 11:51:25 AM »
Wish it was 9pm everyday or 10pm week days and 9pm weekends.

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Re: CURFEW: Why 7p - 11p is Important [PSA]
« Reply #5 on: November 22, 2020, 06:26:36 PM »
Wish it was 9pm everyday or 10pm week days and 9pm weekends.

Still a lot better than 7 pm and 5 pm. Those extra 2 hours on the weekend help A LOT.

 


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