cost of living in sosua monhly including a maid

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saunders b

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Feb 26, 2007
 
cost of living in sosua including a maid?

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Feb 26, 2007
 
it costs you about 1000-1500$ with the maid if you live there permanetly, but Sosua it's not worse it,Cabarete is much better choise

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Mar 2, 2007
 
resident of DR wrote:
it costs you about 1000-1500$ with the maid if you live there permanetly, but Sosua it's not worse it,Cabarete is much better choise
Thank you for the information,you mentioned that Cabarete would be better,why?
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Apr 15, 2007
 
I'm planning a trip to DR.
Would you be able to anything. I want to go to Sosua. According to all my info, it seems to be a decent place but then I read some blogs and I hear it's not so good.

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#5
Apr 16, 2007
 
Sasua and Cabarete are for tourust if you realy want to visit the DR go to the countryside. I built a two bedroom house on $ 1500 per month and live there on the same money.
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Feb 25, 2008
 
Does anyone have any comments regarding living in La Romana in Hispaniola please?
Nupey

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Feb 26, 2008
 
saunders b wrote:
cost of living in sosua including a maid?
Why would you want to live there. Experience the real DR.
Dominican Pride

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Feb 26, 2008
 
Nupey wrote:
<quoted text>Why would you want to live there. Experience the real DR.
And where would the 'real' DR be?, if I may ask.
Nupey

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Feb 27, 2008
 
Dominican Pride wrote:
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And where would the 'real' DR be?, if I may ask.
If you don't know, I don't know.

What I meant was that the touristy areas do not necessarily represent the whole country/culture as some visitors believe.

Are you OK with that?
Dominican Pride

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Feb 27, 2008
 
Sosua is no necessary a tourist area. Is a town in Puerto Plata, like Sosua, Cabarete, or long Beach, It just happend to be a place where many foreigners choose to live.

Bocha Chica is a town, but it happens to be close to a beach, hence the large number of tourist that choose it for vacation or living.

Are you clear on that?
Dominican Pride

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Feb 27, 2008
 
Nupey, if you don't know about living in the DR, I suggest you refrain from making badly informed comments, please.

I say this in a non cantankerous manner.
Nupey

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Feb 27, 2008
 

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Dominican Pride wrote:
Nupey, if you don't know about living in the DR, I suggest you refrain from making badly informed comments, please.
I say this in a non cantankerous manner.
As much as I should refrain from responding, here it is.

I'm not really sure that you read my posts correctly. We have to agree to WE are different individuals and see life thru our own paradigm.

If you happened to be in your early to mid 20s, I've been going to the DR before you lost your virginity.

There was nothing NEGATIVE said about touristy areas, but, a lot of tourists go to Boca chica, Sosua etc... and never get to see the rest of the country and assume that those areas represent all that the country is.

Thyey have never seen a campo, Santiago nor Santo-Domingo.

It's like assuming that all of NYC is like 42nd st, Broadway or the Village.

...Also, You have no idea who I am to question my experience(connection) with DR or any other place for that matter.(I say this on a non-antagonistic manner, WINK, WINK).

How much time do you spend in DR or any other country, may I ask?

You just want to challenge someone in all avenues, but, I'm solid as a rock and have a very, very good sense of who I am.

I most likely will be throwing a party sometime this year and I want to invite some folks from this board. I'm dying to see who these personalities are. I must live in a "different" planet.

I actually ENJOY all this diversity. Silly me!!!

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!!!
Nupey

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Feb 27, 2008
 
Dominican Pride wrote:
Sosua is no necessary a tourist area. Is a town in Puerto Plata, like Sosua, Cabarete, or long Beach, It just happend to be a place where many foreigners choose to live.
Bocha Chica is a town, but it happens to be close to a beach, hence the large number of tourist that choose it for vacation or living.
Are you clear on that?
Claro. Tell me all of the places that you've been in YOUR country and WE can talk.

You will never in a milliom years have any idea of why the DR is part of my life.

I don't go around mouthing-off on this forum.

So, if I hate the DR, it's a crime. But, if I speak on her and about her, I'm clueless.

DIOS MIO!
Dominican Pride

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Feb 27, 2008
 

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I apologize, maybe we go off a bad start with all the talk back and forth with the Haiti<>Dominican thing.

I am not a kid, I am 39 years of age, Iíve lived all my life in the DR, and traveled to more places than I care to remember.

You are right about many tourist just visiting Puerto Plata or Punta Cana and thinking this is the DR.

But, I understand the motive of the original poster, Sosua is a place where many foreigners choose to live because of the beach and night life, Iíve being to Cabarete and the beach parties go as wild as you can imagine, E! Wild On style.

For the original poster, come to Sosua and the DR with an open mind, this is a developing country with a lot of potential, donít expect US or Eastern Europe style infrastructure of standards. However, the DR can be a nice place to live and enjoy life, lots of sun, beaches and friendly people.

About having a maid in the DR (I donít know about Sosua) is really not that expensive, minimum wage is 6,000 pesos a month thatís just around 200+ dollars a month, a real bargain considering most maids are very tidy, caring and good cooks.

Good luck.
Nupey

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Feb 28, 2008
 
Dominican Pride wrote:
I apologize, maybe we go off a bad start with all the talk back and forth with the Haiti<>Dominican thing.
I am not a kid, I am 39 years of age, Iíve lived all my life in the DR, and traveled to more places than I care to remember.
You are right about many tourist just visiting Puerto Plata or Punta Cana and thinking this is the DR.
But, I understand the motive of the original poster, Sosua is a place where many foreigners choose to live because of the beach and night life, Iíve being to Cabarete and the beach parties go as wild as you can imagine, E! Wild On style.
For the original poster, come to Sosua and the DR with an open mind, this is a developing country with a lot of potential, donít expect US or Eastern Europe style infrastructure of standards. However, the DR can be a nice place to live and enjoy life, lots of sun, beaches and friendly people.
About having a maid in the DR (I donít know about Sosua) is really not that expensive, minimum wage is 6,000 pesos a month thatís just around 200+ dollars a month, a real bargain considering most maids are very tidy, caring and good cooks.
Good luck.
Kool.

It all depends on what someone is looking for. I lkie cities like Azua, La Romana, La Vega and such.
metee1

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Mar 23, 2008
 
I am considering the move to D.R. within the next 5 or 6 years.where would be the best place to move which offers a mix between touisty and local living?
Dom Pride

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Mar 25, 2008
 
metee1 wrote:
I am considering the move to D.R. within the next 5 or 6 years.where would be the best place to move which offers a mix between touisty and local living?
I would say La Romana or Higuey.

Lots of development there, and lots of night life.

“Ready for the ride!!!!!!!!!!!”

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Mar 26, 2008
 
Dom Pride wrote:
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I would say La Romana or Higuey.
Lots of development there, and lots of night life.
thank you!!!
dominicansoul

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#19
Aug 9, 2008
 
I want to stay in a gayfriendly are of the dominican republic can anyone help me deside where to stay. I will be staying 6 months
barto

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Oct 9, 2008
 
d0ug wrote:
Sasua and Cabarete are for tourust if you realy want to visit the DR go to the countryside. I built a two bedroom house on $ 1500 per month and live there on the same money.
hola,thinking about moving down to paradise,sosua or caberete area,need some helpful advise,would be much appreciate,thanks.

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