Friday, May 25, 2018
Monday, May 21, 2018
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Friday, May 11, 2018
Mauro was one of my favorite models during my visits to Santo Domingo. So sweet and so guapo. As dedicated to health and wellness as he was back then I'm sure he's still a head turner.
Monday, May 07, 2018
In the interest of providing the best possible programme for visitors and local patrons, the grouping consented to switching the days for the Caribbean Melting Pot show and the Calypso Monarch competition. The Caribbean Melting Pot show will now be held on Thursday 2nd August and the calypso monarch competition on Friday August 3.
Meanwhile, Chairman of the Festivals Commission, Maurice Merchant has announced that the Commission will commence discussions this week with stakeholders on a proposed new parade route for Carnival Tuesday. The proposed route will incorporate streets in and out of St. John’s city proper.
Friday, May 04, 2018
Monday, April 30, 2018
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Friday, April 20, 2018
Friday, April 13, 2018
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
As of 25 April 2018 airline tickets sold for flights to the Dominican Republic will include the US$10 tourist card charge. The airlines are now designated to collect the fees on behalf of the Tax Agency (DGII). This will reduce the long lines at entry airports in the D.R. and make for a better experience for the visitors.
Tickets sold in the Dominican Republic will not include the tourist card charge. Airline tickets purchased by in transit passengers are also exempt.
Tax Agency General Norm 08-2018 also establishes that Dominicans, residents in the Dominican Republic, and accredited diplomats and foreign consular staff can request a refund at DGII designated offices and online at the DGII website if the request is placed within the 30 days of the issuing of the paid ticket.
Friday, April 06, 2018
Sunday, April 01, 2018
Around Calle Uruguay is a nice area to stay in the modern part of the city. There are fancy bars, clubs and restaurants to visit daily.
The Casco Viejo is the old town, and is very relaxing. There are also many restaurants and terraces. Many of the old buildings are still waiting for restoration (badly),there are only few hotels yet.
Panama City has about 4 gay clubs and a gay sauna / bathhouse, and several mixed and gay friendly places. The gay night life is mostly focused on Friday and Saturday. One mainstream club has a gay night on Wednesday.
Addresses in Panama are usually descriptive, they usually don't have house numbers, but refer to an intersection or describe some more popular building behind it. Sometimes it can be hard explaining the location you want to a taxi driver, so prepared and write the address.
Many guys from Panama are not openly gay, some prefer to go to the gay friendly places instead.
Before going somewhere make sure to check if the place is still open. In Panama venues tend to change owners rapidly.
The biggest shopping mall is Albrook. It is on 2 levels and seems never ending. Closer to the main area is a smaller shopping mall called MultiCentro, connected to the Hard Rock hotel.