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    I suppose Dominicans still need full US visa for a visit to PR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrecksum View Post
    I suppose Dominicans still need full US visa for a visit to PR?
    only a yola, I think.

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    interesting ideas on sea sickness. About one third get symptoms, about ten percent normally feel ill and many others get tired. Your body will adapt if you spend time at sea. If it does not don’t go there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarpB View Post
    interesting ideas on sea sickness. About one third get symptoms, about ten percent normally feel ill and many others get tired. Your body will adapt if you spend time at sea. If it does not don’t go there.
    I once took a ferry to Block Island for a weekend. It was not a long trip. The water had virtually no wave action the entire trip. When I got off the boat, I felt like I had the worst hangover ever. I did not feel normal the rest of that day and into the next. I decided I would avoid such future journeys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrecksum View Post
    I suppose Dominicans still need full US visa for a visit to PR?
    A US visitor's visa or some other class of US Visa (or US legal residency) is required for a Dominican to legally enter PR since the PR is a part of the US.

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    Dominicans need a visa to go to PR, but PR belong to the US but is not a part of the US. That explains many things that is simply not seen anywhere in the US, such as selling gasoline by the liter when in all US 50 states it’s sold by the gallon. Distances are measured in kilometers and speed limits are in miles per hour while everywhere in the US it’s done in miles. The list is long.

    In the US Virgin Islands, another US territory near to PR, they drive on the left while everywhere in the US drives on the right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NALs View Post
    Dominicans need a visa to go to PR, but PR belong to the US but is not a part of the US. That explains many things that is simply not seen anywhere in the US, such as selling gasoline by the liter when in all US 50 states it’s sold by the gallon. Distances are measured in kilometers and speed limits are in miles per hour while everywhere in the US it’s done in miles. The list is long.

    In the US Virgin Islands, another US territory near to PR, they drive on the left while everywhere in the US drives on the right.
    Is there anywhere close by that Dominicans can get a visa or go without?I know Colombia and several S American countries but thinking about islands in the Antilles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrecksum View Post
    Is there anywhere close by that Dominicans can get a visa or go without?I know Colombia and several S American countries but thinking about islands in the Antilles?
    But cost wise if one doesn't have a boat or private plane it is cheaper to go to Colombia or Panama than to another island here.
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