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    Default One cigarette, three putas...

    Well, we did the move from the Campo to the big city of Sosua. I took the family out to dinner in Sosua, at a nice restaurant, and after dinner went for a smoke. While standing on the sidewalk, in the time it took to smoke one cigarette, I was approached by three, yes three, putas. And not a group of three, three separate ladies. It seems, like the real estate here, it is a buyers market.

    To say that Sosua has a problem with prostitution, is an understatement.

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    Must have been a slow night, only 3 approached you?!

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    Wonderful news. Reading this post is just like getting a call from my stock broker telling me all the markets are up.

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    Well, I guess not a problem per se... I'm the type that has to be drug out of the house kicking and screaming, and has one 'marry em and bury em suit'.

    Coming from Imbert, I was just surprised. We were treated more like locals there than tourists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harleysrock View Post
    Must have been a slow night, only 3 approached you?!
    The third was in a group of three, do I get to count that as five total?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drSix View Post
    Well, I guess not a problem per se... I'm the type that has to be drug out of the house kicking and screaming, and has one 'marry em and bury em suit'.

    Coming from Imbert, I was just surprised. We were treated more like locals there than tourists.
    After a few weeks they won't bother you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sosua Sonny View Post
    After a few weeks they won't bother you.
    I only like going to Sosua when the Wife is with me, I can't stand being touched by the putas!!!! If i want some action I will ask for it!!
    To be fair the motoconcho guys bother me just as much saying "MOTO" "MOTO" "MOTO" SHUT UP SHUT UP SHUT UP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harleysrock View Post
    I only like going to Sosua when the Wife is with me, I can't stand being touched by the putas!!!! If i want some action I will ask for it!!
    To be fair the motoconcho guys bother me just as much saying "MOTO" "MOTO" "MOTO" SHUT UP SHUT UP SHUT UP!
    It is a lot different here compared the campo. EVERYONE asks for hand outs. There is a man living in the unfinished house next door who is trying to convince me that he is running around the neighborhood turning on water valves for me so I can fill my pool and cistern; he knows were the valve is that goes to my house, and turns it on and off and pretends to be helpful. Back in Imbert, people worked for their money. Here, it seems, fleecing gringos is a profession!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derfish View Post
    My favorite in Sosua are the S & M guys that call out Chains? Chains? Chains?
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    HAHA! I was going to mention that too! lol but thought i was being too negative already :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by drSix View Post
    Well, we did the move from the Campo to the big city of Sosua. I took the family out to dinner in Sosua, at a nice restaurant, and after dinner went for a smoke. While standing on the sidewalk, in the time it took to smoke one cigarette, I was approached by three, yes three, putas. And not a group of three, three separate ladies. It seems, like the real estate here, it is a buyers market.

    To say that Sosua has a problem with prostitution, is an understatement.
    Smoking cigarettes is hazardous to your health, putas keep you young.

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