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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobo Tropical View Post
    You certainly seem to be selling Cabarete's moral stand.
    I am?

    Hope it's not for condo rentals.
    Why not?
    Go down a side street to the beach and there is a bar with 5-10 girls seemingly working and hanging around.
    A side street? Could be why it is not seen as a problem like Sosua.

    Being girls from up and down the N.Coast, the fact that the crumpet is sitting in Cabarete the price starts at USD 100. You know Cabarete is premium! Yes and some gringos love to pay it, one girl mentioned € 300 as an appropriate price. Don't know if they charge extra Cabarete IVA tax and 20% tip on top? I think there are rooms conveniently located in the back.
    Prostitutes from Rio San Juan, Sabaneta, La Cienaga/Cabarete, La Union, Villa Liberation, Monte Llano, POP, Imbert and the list goes on.
    Prostitution is alive and well in Cabarete and has been around for a long time.

    Prostitution is everywhere. This thread is about what is happening in Sosua.

    Granted it is not as much in your face as in Sosua! There you go. You nailed it.
    Let the DR government do as they will in regard to prostitution in Sosua and elsewhere.
    Seems like they have some agenda in Sosua.

    As about half of the pop. of the DR is female, anyone with a modicum of intelligence should be able to score anywhere. Generally Dominicans of almost any age enjoy sex and are no blushing violets. Of course being stout catholics a certain sense of decorum is generally required in public.
    One thing the DR government is not going to do in the foreseeable future, is to increase public safety, control crime and corruption.
    About half the population almost everywhere is female. One should be able to score everywhere.

    And so it goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobo Tropical View Post
    And sex is the reason why all of us are here on this planet.
    To be honest I would not miss some of the ghoul's (especially the gringo version) in Sosua.
    But rather a whore monger than a war monger....... not to mention the fish mongers!
    I prefer horn-dog. Monger means they have some control.

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    ENTRE NOUS: The on-dit is that the crackdown started in Puerto Plata, moved to Sosewer, and will be moving along to Cabawretched next. That's called a Dominican Sweep.

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    just a friendly reminder that this is not a monger site so please, no pricing or hooking info. we are all pure of heart here.

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    http://detrasdelrumor.com.do/cierre-...-de-autoridad/



    detras del rumor is running a story about changes on pedro clisante.

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    Hang on before buying your flight:

    Latest immigration rule at DR airports; single men will be refused entry unless accompanied by their wife or girlfriend ... !


    All Sosua problems solved..... lol

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    Default The War on Whores continues

    http://www.arecoa.com/destinos/2016/...cion-en-sosua/

    Google translation:

    Support entrepreneurs and hoteliers control prostitution in Sosúa

    Related Topics: ADSS , ASHORESOCA , CESTUR , Mitur , Sosúa

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    The Association for Sustainable Development of Sosúa (ADSS) and the Association of Hotels and Restaurants of Sosua and Cabarete (ASHORESOCA) have expressed support for the recent actions initiated by the authorities to control prostitution and other practices affecting some of the main streets Sosúa.

    If one of the main family tourist destinations, Sosua has become a destination for sex tourism, due to the activities of a few traders who put their own interests to those of the community, those associations complain.

    "This situation has turned away family tourism, both domestic and foreign, causing damage to the local tourism industry and affecting their ability to provide jobs and maintain the dynamism of the economy Sosúa and its environment," says a statement of support to the authorities .

    Since last week, representatives of the Public Ministry and the COBA, together with police authorities and CESTUR, have been brave in the proper implementation of Decree 308-06, which prohibits the sale of alcoholic beverages after 12:00 pm Sunday through Thursday and after 2:00 am on Fridays and Saturdays. They have also closed several bars designed to serve as a basis in the sex trade, to operate without complying with the regulations for that kind of business.

    These measures, the statement said, have earned the approval of large sectors of the community and the companies grouped in the Association for Sustainable Development of Sosúa (ADSS) and the Association of Hotels and Restaurants of Sosua and Cabarete (ASHORESOCA), engaged in a campaign to improve the municipality of Sosúa.

    In a statement the two organizations qualify as "very positive actions that the authorities are running for the purposes of ordering and cleaning up the Sosúa destination". And it ensures that the development of Sosúa needs that the municipality present a tourist product to keep it, like previous years, as a cultural, gastronomic and, above all, family destination.

    ASHORESOCA and ADSS thanked the authorities have taken the decision to execute these actions, especially Julio Almonte, Deputy Minister of Tourism, Lorenzo Sancassani, Regional Director of Tourism, Judge Attorney Osvaldo Bonilla, Colonel Ignacio Peña Grullon, General Supervisor Zone North CESTUR, Colonel Brito of the National, and Ilana Neumann, Mayor of Sosúa Police. Also they highlighted the support offered by the Attorney General Francisco Dominguez Brito; Minister of Tourism, Francisco Javier García; the Director General of CESTUR, Gen. Juan Carlos Torres Robiou.; the Minister of Interior and Police, Jose Ramon Fadul; and the Director of COBA in Puerto Plata, Waldo Musa.

    "Only with the strong and coordinated support of all entities will be achieved rescue Sosúa. We are confident that this program will continue to achieve the desired objectives to contain and mitigate the advance of prostitution, and its eradication from the center of the community and its residential and tourist areas, "says the statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uzin View Post
    Hang on before buying your flight:

    Latest immigration rule at DR airports; single men will be refused entry unless accompanied by their wife or girlfriend ... !


    All Sosua problems solved..... lol
    This would be the end of the Dominican Republic, starting in Sosua and Boca Chica

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    ASHORESOCA and ADSS thanked the authorities have taken the decision to execute these actions, especially Julio Almonte, Deputy Minister of Tourism, Lorenzo Sancassani, Regional Director of Tourism, Judge Attorney Osvaldo Bonilla, Colonel Ignacio Peña Grullon, General Supervisor Zone North CESTUR, Colonel Brito of the National, and Ilana Neumann, Mayor of Sosúa Police. Also they highlighted the support offered by the Attorney General Francisco Dominguez Brito; Minister of Tourism, Francisco Javier García; the Director General of CESTUR, Gen. Juan Carlos Torres Robiou.; the Minister of Interior and Police, Jose Ramon Fadul; and the Director of COBA in Puerto Plata, Waldo Musa.
    Vow, they had to cough up quite a bit, what a long list to keep happy..... !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronxboy View Post
    WRONG.

    Too many stories about a regular couple getting accused of being whore and John.
    I was the John and she was a whore, lol.. There I said it, are yall happy now?

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