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50 Scams to Avoid in Dominican Republic Vacation and DR Living tips

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Weapons & Security Tips Dominican Republic, Residential Complexes & Gated Communities

In this documentary Mr.T focuses on how the various aspects, of how to stay safe and secure in public, remote areas and at your home. The topics range from having the correct attitude and behavior in DR, to pro's and con's of obtaining weapons for both personal protection, and at your home, as well as checking out various options of secure accommodation from Apartment complexes, gated communities to tropical country living. You will be able to gain valuable DR life knowledge from both experiences Expats and Mr.T, on how to get the best out of living here in paradise, by quickly learning what pitfalls to avoid.

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DON'T PAY GRINGO PRICES IN SOSUA, Dominican Republic

UPDATE: CHICA PRICES can go from $0 - 50(and up). DO NOT SETTLE. NEGOTIATE ALWAYS. When I said 2,000- 2500 pesos ($40-50), that is only for the BEST DIMES. For average woman, do not pay more than 1000-1500 max.($20-30) Thats my advice. Sorry, I always only think of the best. Didn't factor in the average woman, initially.

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How I Got Scammed In Dominican Republic | A Warning To travelers Visiting Boca Chica Beach

Boca chica beach scammers in Santo Domingo. How I Got Scammed and what to lookout for. Thank you for watching. Please support by sharing and following
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Are Tourists Safe in the Dominican Republic: What YOU Need to Know

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10 Things Not to Do in Dominican Republic

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We've already told you about some awesome things to do in the Dominican Republic, but what about the things NOT to do there? To stop you receiving Chiclets from a Colmado, or making off with a Sanky Panky you’ll want to hear our list of 10 things not to do in the Dominican Republic!

1) Don't Forget to Relax
The Dominican Republic has an easy-going rhythm of life accentuated by the sea. This is the perfect place to kick back and relax. So if you have a hectic day-to-day life and you want to hit pause for awhile, you’ve come to the right place. Or you could just soldier on with your daily slog and stay at home. Sure.

2) Don't Trust a Sanky Panky
You'll find them on the beach or at resorts. These hunky, adorable men may look just perfect. But beware! They'll try to conquer your heart, just to get a marriage visa to your native country, marry you, then abandon you. So, be wary of these Sanky Pankys.

3) Don't Expect to Ride Alone
You can always fit one more person into a bus or public taxi. So if you and your 3 friends are happily travelling to your destination in a taxi cab, don’t be surprised if the driver suddenly stops to pick up another person! Sharing a ride is a very normal thing here.

4) Don't Forget About Music
The African and African-Cuban influence is deeply present in the local dance cultrure, with merengue being the dominant beat, typically played by a three-person band. There are festivals throughout the year, and international merengue celebrations that attract music lovers from all over the world.

5) Don't Forget to Bring Change
A colmado is primarily a local convenience store. However, they don't usually have too much change. So if you buy something with a big note, and they don't have enough money to give you your change, they'll try to pay you nine chiclets or anything of a similar price. So unless you want to fill your wallet with chewing gum sweets, bring some loose change!

6) Don't be Precise!
Here, if you say chin once, that means a little bit, but if you say chin-chin then it means a tiny bit. Unless you say un poquito which is kind of a bit. So forget trying to be accurate!

7) Don't Forget to Haggle!
In Dominican Republic, they love bargaining. They expect you to negotiate down to the last cent. But be wise, don't wear expensive jewelry if you want to get a cheap offer, and if you see something you like don’t rush in and try to purchase it straight away. Look round and compare.

8) Don't Forget the Golden Rule!
We don’t get tired of repeating that when travelling, you don’t always know where your food has come from. So always remember these three rules: Cook it, Peel it, or Forget it! And you'll enjoy a trip with no unfortunate mishaps...

9) Don't Forget to Try Alcanfor
While the rest of us might use camphor to keep our clothes moth free, Dominicans go one step further. Alcanfor is a plant that they use for medicinal purposes to treat arthritis, asthma, back-ache, bronchitis, flatulence, headache and many other conditions. Some even pop some in the pot when cooking sweet dishes.

10) Don't Stop Being Cautious
Due to political unrest, unstable economy and high unemployment, there is an important level of crime lurking in the Dominican society. You should take great care with your valuables at all times. Tourists are often conned into various compromising situations.

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50+ Scams to Avoid in Dominican Republic Vacation and DR Living tips

In this documentary, I interview a number of Tourists and Expats in the Sosua Cabarete area of the Dominican Republic in regards to what scams they wish to warn others about.

To be a victim of a scam completely sours the visitor's view about his/her vacation in DR or expat life, in an otherwise beautiful country with the culture and many good people. With modern communication, the bad experiences get spread quickly around the planet, something every country should take seriously if they wish to grow a healthy economy.

So by ensuring that all scammers are out-smartened by the visitors, then the money will hopefully stay or go to where it should.

In this video, you'll learn tips about avoiding becoming a scam victim to Dom Rep Immigration, police, beach hustlers, beggars, companions, tour guides to realtors, constructors, lawyers, hospitals, accidents, credit cards, taxi transportation and more...

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How To Buy Cheap Real Estate In Dominican Republic

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Real estate ownership, is the opposite of freedom. Therefore to have me buy it abroad, where it can take 1 to 2 years to cell is to give up my freedom. it's all about priorities in a way, do I want to live in one location, and hope I'm making money. Being an entrepreneur is fun, but it's better than thinking first and then he by the business you start. The average real estate sale in the United States can be 30 to 60 days, wow the average sale of real estate in Dominican Republic or other developing countries can be 1 to 2 years. after saying that If you buy property for $0.25 on the dollar then go for a quick sale by selling it for $0.50 on the dollar. You can ramp up this cell process pretty fast. The question is do you have the ability to do an appraisal in a foreign country.? Do you have the ability to do an appraisal in the United States, or Canada, or Europe. The whole real estate business is about buying low, and selling high it's a very simple business, while people think too much about rehabbing a property and not about buying low and selling High. The foolishness of the real estate business is the idea that this is just Sweat Equity thank you Andy Lee Graham in Sosua Dominican Republic 2017

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5 Things You Need to Know Before Your Trip to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

You want to make sure to do these 5 things when you go to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic:
1. Bring LOTS of airplane bottles full of sunscreen.
2. DO NOT drink the water.
3. Wake up early.
4. Bring cash for tips.
5. The seaweed is bad at some resorts.

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Cost of Living in the Dominican Republic - How Much is Rent in Santo Domingo?

If you're wondering the cost of living in the Dominican Republic, one thing you have to account for is rent. So how much is rent in Santo Domingo? We paid $50 for our studio in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. So what's the real estate like in the Dominican Republic? It's pretty interesting. (CLICK ME TO READ MORE!!!)

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Back in the day, it was hard to find the dirt cheap hotels and places to live online, but today more and more information about places to stay at in the Dominican Republic is becoming available online. I even saw some amazing places to rent in Santo Domingo on Airbnb!! How and where you choose to live there is up to you - live like a millionaire or live a simple life!

Areas that I lived in, in Santo Domingo:
1. Zona Universitaria
2. Ensanche Quisqueya
3. Close to Universidad Apec
4. Santo Domingo Este

What's it like living in the Dominican Republic? Well, everyone's experience living in the Dominican Republic is different. This is just me sharing my experience with you all. Of course, if you live there or have lived there, feel free to share some of the best places to live at in Santo Domingo, Punta Cana, or any other city in the Dominican Republic.


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Cost of Living in the Dominican Republic - How Much Is It For Electricity in Santo Domingo?

What's the cost of living in the Dominican Republic? There are a number of things you have to account for, including the electricity bill. Our cheapest bill was around $6 USD! I'll let you see how much Gary and I paid for our light bill with a company called Ede Este, which is related to CDEEE, EdeSur, and EdeNorte (from our understanding). You can search online to get a better understanding of these companies.

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Thanks for checking out this video. In this particular video, you'll see several of our light bills. We also have a few other videos for you to watch to help you draw your own conclusion on the cost of living in the Dominican Republic, for example how much our rent was in the Dominican Republic. And if you visit our channel, you'll see more videos like this one and various Dominican Republic blogs, as well as videos relating to Dominican Spanish, what the Dominican accent sounds like, Dominican slang, how to understand Dominican Spanish and more!

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4:45 - See the amount of our cheapest and most expensive bills
5:49 - See the amounts of several of our bills
6:00 - What caused the big jump from the cheapest to the most expensive bill
7:17 - Lights going out, buying an inverter
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When we were still living in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, we shot quite a few vlogs, and now we're sharing more details about things you guys may be curious about. So we're definitely trying to keep up with maintaining our blog. We'll see how this goes - wish us luck! It is a lot of work to keep up with a blog, that's for sure! Of course with the internet being able to give people information right at their fingertips, more and more people want to know more about living in the Dominican Republic, Dominican Republic vacations, Punta Cana, and just travel to the Dominican Republic. So, it's really great to know that we have experiences, videos and stories to share with you all!

So, what's it like living in the D.R.? What's it like working in the Dominican Republic? Well, everyone's experience living and working in the Dominican Republic is different. This is just me sharing my experience with you all. Of course, if you live there or have lived there, feel free to share some of your own experience in the comment section below.


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Cost of Living In the Dominican Republic - Emergency Room Visit in Santo Domingo

What's the cost of living in the Dominican Republic? There are a number of things you have to account for, and you never know if you'll have an emergency room visit. My cheapest emergency room bill was around $21 USD! I'll let you see my Dominican hospital emergency room bill. (Click show more to keep reading.)

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Thanks for checking out this video. In this particular video, you'll see two of my emergency room bills and why I had an emergency room visit. Gary and I also have a few other videos for you to watch to help you draw your own conclusion on the cost of living in the Dominican Republic, for example how much our rent was in the Dominican Republic. And if you visit our channel, you'll see more videos like this one and various Dominican Republic blogs, as well as videos relating to Dominican Spanish, what the Dominican accent sounds like, Dominican slang, how to understand Dominican Spanish and more!

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6:54 - A little bit of my health insurance coverage experience from what I remember
7:34 - Why I went to the emergency room
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Pulled over by the Dominican Police

Pulled over by the police in the Dominican Republic.

Our last day in the Dominican Republic. Louis Cole (Fun for Louis), Joram, and I had to leave the Dominican Tree House Village to drive to the airport to leave the country. We wanted to stop at a waterfall that's right along the highway. Before we could make it to the waterfall, we were driving through Los Haitises National Park and got pulled over by a couple police officers for speeding.
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10 Awesome Things To Do in the Dominican Republic

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The Dominican Republic can be a gorgeous getaway for travelers of every stripe. Of course, as with any foreign travel, it’s important to do your homework before you get on the plane. Here’s how to make the most of it.

1. Check Out Historical Santo Domingo
You should think about taking a day to explore Santo Domingo, the oldest city in the Americas. Several day-long tours will take you to all the most exciting sites in this historical city. There’s plenty to experience in Santo Domingo.


2. Don’t Drink the Water
Play it safe. The drinking water in the Dominican Republic is mostly unclean, so you should avoid drinking any water that doesn’t come directly from a sealed bottle. Stay hydrated, but spring for the bottled stuff.


3. Take it Easy on the Coconut
If you want to avoid hugging the toilet for one of your days, you might want to take it easy on the coconut-themed drinks. While delicious, coconuts also act as a laxative. Exercise a little bit of caution.


4. Visit Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park & Reserve
Several hotels in the area offer free access to the reserve, which means you can enjoy some of the most pristine natural offerings the Dominican Republic has to offer.


5. Stroll Through the National Botanical Garden
It’s easy to lose yourself among this gorgeously curated selection of greenery that’s filled with carefully chosen plants and birds. Learn about the botany of the Dominican Republic, even as you enjoy the aesthetic beauty that abounds.


6. Visit the Alcazar de Colon at Night
This imposing Spanish castle was built by the son of Christopher Columbus in 1510. It’s especially breathtaking at night. And thanks to the abundance of se-curity personnel around the palace, you don’t need to be concerned about safety when the sun goes down.


7. Take a Dip at Hoyo Azul
This Punta Cana destination will surprise you at every turn. Hoyo Azul is a la-goon plopped at the bottom of a 65-meter-high cliff. Swimming is open to visi-tors, so be sure to spend a little time dipping your toe in Hoyo Azul’s turquois water.


8. Take a Tour With Hispaniola Aquatic Adventures
Whether you check out a sunset or you merely hit the water for a maritime ex-cursion, this company is renowned for its service from tourists of all shapes and sizes. Whether you take a larger 20-person trip or you opt for something semi-private, you won’t be disappointed.


9. Think Twice About Water Sports
The Dominican Republic doesn’t have the same exacting standards of safety as the United States. So travel insurance is never a wrong decision. You can still find some great options in the DR to get your watersports fix, just make sure to double check before you sign up.


10. Go to the Hard Rock Casino
You can get a respite from the sun at the Hard Rock Casino in Punta Cana. The 45,000-square-foot casino is a little slice of Vegas smack dab in the middle of paradise. The staff is friendly, the tables are immaculate, and there’s plenty of fun to be had. There’s no Hard Rock Cafe, though …

All About Dominican Currency | Exchange and Tipping

Learn all about Dominican currency! Preparing for a trip to the Dominican Republic? Need to convert your US Dollars to Dominican pesos? Are Canadian dollars accepted in the Dominican Republic? Do you need to exchange money or will you be ok using your currency?

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IS THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC SAFE? | Tips for visiting Punta Cana

IS THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC SAFE? | Tips for visiting Punta Cana

These are my tips and tricks for visiting the Dominican Republic and my thoughts on whether it is a safe place to vacation to. We stayed at the Grand Bahia Principe Aquamarine which is an adults only resort on Bavaro Beach. We stayed for 7 days and were there during December. The weather was amazing and we had a great trip!

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Why Gringos prefer to live on North Coast Dominican Republic

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In this documentary, you'll be able to learn what expats believe are the advantages of choosing the North Coast of the DR as a place to settle (either part or full time), as opposed to choosing some of the other potential locations. An award-winning tourism promoter is the feature guest who goes into depth about the past and current situation of the North Coast, as well as sharing his projections of the future evolution of this area.

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WORST BEACH EVER!!!! Secrets Cap Cana Honest Beach Review

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Due to a few rude comments....let me clarify...you can’t argue with video evidence. We were at this resort for 6 days....we did a full 8 video series of the resort and it was all positive, however the reality is, our beach experience was the worst we’d ever experienced. This is OUR experience. I’m glad when you went last year it was pretty. I wasn’t there..we went in June, it looked like crap.



I think we have just been duped to going to the worst beach ever, if you are planning on getting married, here, or vacationing i'd definitely rethink that.

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