The future of Sosua

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You don't even need a rain in Sosua. The beach Squatter Village has open sewers, and there's some Charimico's houses that dump directly into the bay. I haven't been in the water there since I had a condom float by me. I hate it when that happens.
It doesn’t count when it’s your own condom! Your supposed to take it out of your pocket before you go swimming..o_O:LOL::ROFLMAO:
 

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A joke we like to play on unsuspecting visitors aboard is to have them stuff a couple of dog biscuits in their pockets while snorkeling. Especially when there are yellow tail snapper about.. They will literally attack you to get to the dog biscuits.. Pretty funny to watch. I hope you give the environmental Nazis the one finger salute.. Nothing wrong with what you are doing.
Maybe you know this guy, he shows up on a catamaran with tourists. I do enjoy snorkeling around the reef. Oh and hot dogs work as well.
 

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Sosua looks like it always looks this time of year.
If you've ever walked the beach before 8am, long before
this curfew started, you couldn't tell the difference.
Too bad about a fourth of the beach is just rocks now.
Not as pretty now as it was back in 2013 when I lived there.
I wonder which "visitors" he had in mind?
 
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Sosua looks like it always looks this time of year.
If you've ever walked the beach before 8am, long before
this curfew started, you couldn't tell the difference.
Too bad about a fourth of the beach is just rocks now.
Not as pretty now as it was back in 2013 when I lived there.
I wonder which "visitors" he had in mind?
yea whats with the rocks? I have banged my toe many times. Maybe its the tide shifting the sand, dunno. Hopefully Sosua will be back in action soon
 

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yea whats with the rocks? I have banged my toe many times. Maybe its the tide shifting the sand, dunno. Hopefully Sosua will be back in action soon
The reason for the lack of sand has been discussed. I believe in the theory/conclusion found.

Not sure if it was in this thread, or elsewhere. Discussing it once more, not me, boring.
 

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The reason for the lack of sand has been discussed. I believe in the theory/conclusion found.

Not sure if it was in this thread, or elsewhere. Discussing it once more, not me, boring.
My point is with or without the tourist Sosua Bay is beautiful.
Not many places like it on this side of Hispanola..
 
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My point is with or without the tourist Sosua Bay is beautiful.
Not many places like it on this side of Hispanola..
Absolutely agreed. As I have posted myself, I like going to Sosua beaches.

You find that a lot of sand has appeared at Playa Alicia. Maybe that is part of the answer. Also the new artificial beach under construction nearby.
But it is hope, lot of sand has been dumped by prevailing currents at Playa Cabarete recently, maybe because Rio Yasica once more had water after heavy rain last year. Cabarete also lost a lot of sand during the last years.

Playa Alicia has awesome views. Need to go to Samana for something similar
 

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My point is with or without the tourist Sosua Bay is beautiful.
Not many places like it on this side of Hispanola..
Playa Ensenada is very nice , with great food shacks ( best place for Lobster) ... very shallow , if you have kids its awesome.. but so far away .
Im sure you already knew that, but for others who may be interested .
 

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Playa Ensenada is very nice , with great food shacks ( best place for Lobster) ... very shallow , if you have kids its awesome.. but so far away .
Im sure you already knew that, but for others who may be interested .
My favourite beach...the trip is a killer from Sosua small towns constant winding roads... new paved rds helped big time on travel..area needs one really nice hotel...
 

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A local told me the first virus was Ilana Virus and second was coronavirus.
With Illana virus being especially toxic to whore mongers, followed by a complete lack of tourism at all from CV-19 for more months, how have the people managed to survive without the Saviours of Sosua for such an extended period of time?
 
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With Illana virus being especially toxic to whore mongers, followed by a complete lack of tourism at all from CV-19 for more months, how have the people managed to survive without the Saviours of Sosua for such an extended period of time?
They haven't, they are in desperate shape, it's no secret. No jobs. It's no joke.
 
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With Illana virus being especially toxic to whore mongers, followed by a complete lack of tourism at all from CV-19 for more months, how have the people managed to survive without the Saviours of Sosua for such an extended period of time?
Western Union.
 
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