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 on: Today at 02:35:12 AM 
Started by Jethro Gibbs - Last post by Jett
On my last trip to BB's I went to Jenny's to use their ATM...Never again.

Never again.

The ATM didn't dispense my 10,000 pesos after doing it the day before. It all worked out OK in the end but it was more drama than I needed for a vacation. My bank, Charles Swab refunded my money upon my return. Naturally, no other ATM was operational in the area. Some people are afraid of spiders, others fear bumps in the night. My fear? Being in the DR without access to more cash than I need. Never again.

Lesson: Always bring (more) cash.

 

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 on: July 13, 2020, 08:17:46 PM 
Started by MarsMan - Last post by ralphie1
mars, in our travels, some of the glamour some destinations have is the beach coupled with a night life district that is all easily walked too and fro.   add to that, safety.

that is what makes costambar , and sosua  fun places to stay.

where in the PI's do you have the beach, night life, chicas all within walking distance of your hotel?

not having to drive or cab around is a big plus

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 on: July 13, 2020, 07:26:12 PM 
Started by Jethro Gibbs - Last post by Jethro Gibbs
I would never go fully cashless Ralphie.  That's a recipe for disaster as you very aptly demonstrated. 



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 on: July 13, 2020, 05:43:49 PM 
Started by huskerdude - Last post by huskerdude
I wanted to introduce you guys to a new product: called Phoenix.  It is a use at home shockwave therapy device for ED among other uses.  More info at You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login .   :fuckbanana:
     A little background; I went at a clinic here in Dallas about 3 years ago the Big D Wave.  Similar to Gainswave treatments.  It was costly 3K for 12 treatments, but effective.  The device uses extracorporeal shockwave therapy or pulsated acoustical sound waves to unblock blood vessels, unblock plaque that clogs the blood vessels in the penis and to stimulate growth of new blood vessels, resulting in increased more firm erections, etc.  I had success, but the treatments only lasted a little over a year.  I got word of the new device originally called the Rocket in development.  I invested $400 in the company for them to finish design & manufacture of the product.  In the meantime the company was sued by Gainswave, then covid, & as a result the device was delayed for 9 months.  So they offered us a second device free for the wait, so 2/$400.  Well, the lawsuit got settled, but changed the name to the Phoenix, during the lawsuit by the original designer who was not involved with the lawsuit.  Long story short, I finally got my Phoenix the other day.  It seems to work and feel the same as the Big D Wave treatments for a lot cheaper, price now $799.  I believe after things get settled, the price will be $1499, but still cheaper than 3K.  The device sounds like a jack hammer on your penis, loud. LOL, doesn't hurt & is non invasive.  Unlike some new shots in the penis or testosterone shots.  The device can also be used for cellulite, & different muscle ,tendon problems, etc, but mainly used for the penis & ED.  Just google search Gainswave therapy, or Phoenix, sound wave therapy for ED on the internet for more info.  There is a FB group called Rocket Nation that has a lot of info.  The original group is Launch Medical in California by Dustin & Stephanie Wolff.  Another good source is Jay Campbell.  Search them on Youtube or the internet.  It's a game changing device.  I get no credits or anything for promoting it, but just info to share with y'all.  Hope we can start trips soon.  I'v already had 5 trips cancelled so far.  :'(

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 on: July 13, 2020, 02:54:13 PM 
Started by Jethro Gibbs - Last post by ralphie1
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I know a lot of folks don't like using their debit/credit cards in the DR, but I have to say that even with ATM fees, it is equal to or a bit better than the exchange at the change houses.  For example, I withdrew RD$10,000 for a total of 10,200 with the 200 pesos ATM fee.  My bank doesn't charge ATM fees nor international transaction charges.  The debit to my account was US$175.30 for an effective exchange rate of RD$58.18 to 1 USD which is slightly higher than the rate ($58.10) at the change houses.

In addition, I used my credit card with no foreign transaction fees and those exchange rates were a bit higher.

For ATM withdrawals you're only limited by the cap on daily withdrawals you may have at your bank.  The ATMS typically restrict you to RD$10,000 but there's no limit to how many individual transactions you can do.  I once did 5 withdrawals of 10000 a piece!

I know this isn't for everyone, and certainly I wouldn't advocate it for everyone, but it's an option to going into the back room at Jenny's or to Western Union at La Sirena.  Especially these days with the very long lines except at Jenny's.

Again, just sharing information.
i am a trustee for a non profit and do community work with the local ceo of the bank, also a trustee.   a couple handful of years back he mentioned something about the atm, debit card, blah blah and i told him i had no idea how they worked.   told him i didnt have one because as i understood, you could only pull a couple hundred a day which at that time was the deal. i told him i would not leave the house with just 200 in my pocket so i never ever got an atm card.

a year or two later, my wing and i were met in the DR by a friend who cannot follow instructions. (at that time, atm's were not plentiful and cash was absolutely king) to top it off, when he got there, he did not have any cash at all on him, not even to pay his cabbie, let alone tip him.   my wing and i started floating him cash.  that night, we find all the atm's were empty as it was a holiday weekend ,and  there was an extra day off with empty atm's.   

my wing and i floated our bud for those first 2-3 days then spent so much free time running around looking for atm's.   it took til later in the week until our friend got caught up, paid for his room, and then started to pay us back.   
at that time he was limited to how much and how many transactions he could make a day.

i just never saw a use to only being able to get 2-400 dollars. i never get that broke. i guess maybe i need to look at it again

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 on: July 13, 2020, 01:43:18 PM 
Started by Jethro Gibbs - Last post by Jethro Gibbs
I know a lot of folks don't like using their debit/credit cards in the DR, but I have to say that even with ATM fees, it is equal to or a bit better than the exchange at the change houses.  For example, I withdrew RD$10,000 for a total of 10,200 with the 200 pesos ATM fee.  My bank doesn't charge ATM fees nor international transaction charges.  The debit to my account was US$175.30 for an effective exchange rate of RD$58.18 to 1 USD which is slightly higher than the rate ($58.10) at the change houses.

In addition, I used my credit card with no foreign transaction fees and those exchange rates were a bit higher.

For ATM withdrawals you're only limited by the cap on daily withdrawals you may have at your bank.  The ATMS typically restrict you to RD$10,000 but there's no limit to how many individual transactions you can do.  I once did 5 withdrawals of 10000 a piece!

I know this isn't for everyone, and certainly I wouldn't advocate it for everyone, but it's an option to going into the back room at Jenny's or to Western Union at La Sirena.  Especially these days with the very long lines except at Jenny's.

Again, just sharing information.

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 on: July 13, 2020, 09:53:13 AM 
Started by Jethro Gibbs - Last post by ralphie1
thanks for the headsup jethro.

when u mentioned lease coming up and big dollar electrical problems that sounded like the kiss of death for FOD.  time will tell but i am sure like a phoenix, rising up out of the ruins,at some time in the future,  it will re create itself as something similar to what has always been there, probably much with the same results.

the money thing, i find you dont want to take any old school hundreds. occasionally one might show up in a stack when going on a trip and you can get a change gal that thinks it is fake.  also dont want any tear's or rips or extremely worn.  they like the new bills with the counterfeit measures.  i just make sure my cash stash is all pretty and new looking.

last year at the superbowl party, i either gave one of the girls a dollar with a rip in it or she tore it some how, but she came back around and traded it for a new one. lol   i just found that torn bill that got pushed back with travel documents and i taped it up and spent it on morning coffee. lol

you mentioned the fruity lil dog, a couple years back, jimjames bought some kind of dominican beef stick jerky type meat that he just stuffed into an outside pocket of his suitcase when we were moving from FOD to the Su.  anyways, when we get back stateside, one of those dogs fell in love with jimjames suitcase.  i thought the dog was gonna hump it. lol  anyways, jim explained to the guy what he did, opened the outside pocket and all was well.   dog was smelling the residual from a handful of days before.  pretty good nose that dog had.

i did something similar,  i had visited my son and we went to the range so he could try out different calibers of guns i had so he could make a decision on what he would like.  anyways, i bought ammo at the range (part of the deal, shoot their ammo, dont bring it in) anyways, i bought a handful of boxes and simply put the leftovers in the corner of my trunk.  well, after bouncing around on the way back to the sons house i found bullets rolling around in the trunk. i simply put them all back in the box and put them in the outside pocket on my suitcase.   

i didnt think anything of it until i went to take the bullets out at home.  i then thought about running that bag through security and thought not a good idea. i just bought a new suitcase.    i had checked with a dog handler years back at the airport after that, he said the dogs could pick that up for quite a while.  he recommended leaving the pocket opened , wipe it out with a wet  cloth and just give it some time. 

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 on: July 13, 2020, 09:18:47 AM 
Started by MarsMan - Last post by MarsMan
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Mabuhay/Hola/Sawasdee Fellow Mongers !!

Continuing on with this Thread of "MarsMan's Personal History of Mongering: Part 3: Girls Gone Home", please recall that in the immediately preceding part of this Thread (on the bottom of page 2), I discuss Melanie as a "Girl Gone Home". I talked about the Pool Party that a fellow Monger (who I think is on this site sometimes - JerseyItalian) had, and invited ten girls. I showed you a photo (on the bottom of page 2) of Rubi, AJ, and Melanie at the Party. Melanie got jealous because there were other girls, and left. Now, to diverge for just a minute, I have NEVER been able to figure out WHY a girl who works as a Freelancer (who advertises herself on dating websites, and meets guys there to arrange time with them to fuck and suck them to their heart's content) would get jealous because I am with other girls ... Go figure !!

Anyway, three of the girls there were Patricia, her sister Teresa, and their cousin Donna. I had been with Patricia + Teresa several times before. Interestingly, I had never been with either alone - only the two of them together. Patricia had one child (a 1-year-old son) and Teresa did not have any baby (she was only 19). And my God !! Teresa could fuck like a little bunny rabbit. She was able to fuck endlessly. And she gave GREAT blowjobs. And had a tight tight little body and pussy. And, yes, her little ass had accommodate the big Boss several times. She never made a peep as I would pump her little ass, and shoot my hot seed deep into her rectum.

Anyway, Teresa (as usual) got drunk at the Pool Party. She was drinking a drink called a "blowjob" (somehow seems appropriate). And she and another girl were giving and getting "body shots" (lift her shift, lick her breasts, put salt on them, then drink the shot of tequila and a squeeze of lime, and lick the salt off her breasts). I will include photos of "the blowjob" below. And several photos of Teresa doing body shots (as she lays on the couch in the cabana that JerseyItalian and I rented for the afternoon/evening) and by the ABC Hotel Aqua pool.

Eventually our Party ended, and I took one slightly intoxicated Donna, one mostly sober Patricia, and one very drunk Teresa back to my room. And next installment, Fellow Mongers, some HOT PHOTOS of what happened next. It was a TRUE PORNSTAR EVENING !! Stuff that you would see in some of the hottest porn movies (I'm not much into watching them, but have seen a few, and this stuff in the movies is no better than what I experienced !!). I will tell that tale, and show many photos, and then wrap up with "Teresa Gone Home" (or "Teresa Meets Aussie and Goes to Australia").

See photos below.

ENJOY FELLOW MONGERS !!

MarsMan

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 on: July 13, 2020, 08:58:14 AM 
Started by Jethro Gibbs - Last post by MarsMan
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Back home!

Immigration in Miami was a breeze.  I use Mobile Passport (free) so I skip the kiosks and go right to the special line.  If you have ever come through Miami immigration you might recall that after you leave immigration you go down a set of escalators to get to the baggage area.  At the bottom of the escalator was a Customs officer with a (drug?) dog.  After I passed the dog, I heard someone say "sir, sir" so I looked back to see the little beagle had jumped on top of the roller bag of the guy behind me!  Didn't stick around to see the outcome!

Mabuhay/Hola/Sawasdee Sir Jethro Gibbs !!

Thank you for the numerous updates, and I am happy that your trip was safe and successful. You have helped all of us Mongers by being one of the first sets of "boots on the ground".

Your story of the beagle in the Baggage Claims area in Miami is very familiar to me. About 7 or 8 years ago, I was coming back to America on a flight from London. As I landed at DFW Airport, I got through Immigration, and was waiting in the Baggage Claims area for a bag. Our carousel was also being used for a flight from Mexico, as I recall.

Anyway, I wasn't paying much attention to what was around me as I was focused on spotting my bag. And then I heard a stern voice say to the lady who was standing about 3 or 4 feet away from me (waiting for her bag) "Mam, do you have illegal fruits or vegetables in your bag?". So I looked over at her, and she said to the Customs Officer "no, I don't". And then I noticed a very cute little beagle sitting beside her bag. And the Officer said "Mam, this is a fruit beagle, and he is telling me that you have illegal fruit or vegetables in your bag". And then she said "I have an apple in there, I must have forgotten to eat it on the plane". So she got taken away !!  Imagine that: a "fruit beagle". I guess that he was trained to sniff out fruits/vegetables coming into the country illegally.

Thanks, again, Sir Jethro.

MarsMan

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 on: July 13, 2020, 07:32:26 AM 
Started by Jethro Gibbs - Last post by Jethro Gibbs
I went to Caribe Express one day to change money.  This was the line at 7:30am.  Now most of these people were retrieving money transfers and there is a separate line just for changing money so it was fairly quick.  Temperature checking in place.

They wouldn't take any bills that had any kind of writing or other markings on them.  Strange.  Jenny's later took them with no issue.

Lines in general at the money transfer businesses were generally lengthy.  Experienced the same at La Sirena and Jumbo.  Sunday morning right at opening, there was a line outside to get in to the inside line for the Caribe Express branch at Jumbo.

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