Friday, November 30, 2007


Not the desired outcome, but one of my favorite experiences nonetheless. Though I'm older, bolder and wiser, you sometimes wonder what could have been.
Somewhere in the Virgin Islands...

I went out last night.
I wasn't looking for romance, but I danced with the love of my life.

I saw him across the room looking over the crowd.
He didn't seem to be searching for anything particular.
I admired the way he stood there, inconspicuously, not parading like a peacock as the others did. And without my knowledge, he peered through the crowd at me.

I was too shy to ask him to dance, or to even ask his name.
It became evident that this stranger desired to do the same.
He introduced himself to me and from that moment my mind was a whirlwind of thoughts.

I knew somehow that the song playing was the last for the night.
I was thinking of how to ask him when our hands joined and we stepped onto the dancefloor. I collected my thoughts as I gazed into his eyes, he was everything I had hoped he would be.

I realized this was the man of my dreams as he held me in his arms. I was in a trance, only the pulse of the music kept my body in motion.
I not only looked at him, but looked within him. I concluded that his personality was golden and I wanted to know the depth of his character. And I knew I didn't want this dance to end.

I felt unusually comfortable with him, as if this dance were a conversation that had lasted an eternity. I wanted to tell him everything about myself. I wanted us to share the world together.

He whispered my name, it was like thunder, and I realized that all I had experienced within those few minutes was fantasy. I knew then that all I had with my stranger was this dance.
I yearned to be closer, to hold him forever, to tell him what I was thinking. But the song that was playing came to an end.

I went out last night.
I wasn't looking for romance, but I danced with the love of my life.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007


I must apologize to my female readers who have continued to read the blog, though I have not featured very much in the way of the demure sex and their interests.

Please know that there is a good time to be had by all in the Dominican Republic, regardless of sex or preference. Yes, there are lesbians who like to party. And the beauty of the people is not restricted to the male persuasion.

pics of Dominican girls from

Sunday, November 25, 2007

Taxi, Taxi !!

The narration in this clip is comical, but so true. Everyone should have an experience riding in a publica!

Friday, November 23, 2007


Marcus Patrick is a television celebrity with real charisma. He is quite frankly one of the most handsome men on the tube and enjoys sharing his assets and talents with his fans. Check out this link for a sexy shower scene.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007


If you will be in the Dominican Republic for vacation within the next couple of weeks, be advised:
Evacuations and rains continue. Heavy rains have led to the evacuation of 44 more people, leaving parts of Barahona and Monte Plata provinces cut off from the other communities. Because of the risk of more rains due to a storm front over Haiti, the Emergency Operations Center (COE) has maintained a red alert for San Cristobal, Monsenor Noel, Ocoa, Azua, Peravia, Duarte, Barahona, La Vega, Sanchez Ramirez and La Altagracia with yellow alerts for all remaining provinces.

1. rough waves in Santo Domingo
2. bridge out at San Cristobal

Friday, November 16, 2007

Thursday, November 15, 2007


CheapCaribbean. com just cut the price of 5-night all-inclusive vacations to theDominican Republic by 40%. Travel during the peak wintermonths -- with roundtrip flights from New York for $499per person. You must book by November 20. This $499 special includes: Roundtrip air from New York to the Dominican Republic- Choice of departure dates between Jan. 11 & March 11- 5 nights at Lifestyle Tropical Beach Resort & Spa- All meals, drinks & non-motorized watersports- All tips and gratuities- FREE entrance to Ocean World Water Park and more.

You must use the promo code 'WINTER2008' to get the $499 price. Initial pricing will be displayed as $599, and you will only get the full discount with the code above. For full details of this offer and to book directly through CheapCaribbean. com, click the link below. Or call them at 1-800-915-2322. http://www.travelzo asp?340731

Tuesday, November 13, 2007


William is a 26 year old cutie in Santiago, Dominican Republic. He would like to make new friends.

Sunday, November 11, 2007


From NYDailyNews. com
You don't need to break a sweat exploring Washington Heights to find traces of its hefty Dominican population. But other than the ubiquitous racks of platanos, tabletas de dulce and bizcocho dominicano, there is more than meets the eye at upper Manhattan's bodegas.The list of products from back home that only a clued-in Quisqueyano can find is long and includes prescription medications like antibiotics as well as high-proof rum and beer, all of which can't be imported to the U.S. If you are feeling lucky, you can even play the loteria - the Dominican national lottery. It is referred to as the lottery "de alla" (from there). "I play all the time, it is a custom. Sometimes I dream a number, and then I will play it," said Joselito Royer, 41, a barber."What people like the most is what is forbidden," says bodega owner Fabio Rodriguez, 52, about the popularity of the products. "They are everywhere."

Of course, he doesn't sell them. Nor anyone else we asked for that matter. But customers say among the items that fly out of the back-drawer fastest are cigarettes from D.R. which have more nicotine - a favorite is Malboro light. Also, Brugal rum and Presidente beer, both with a higher octane than the same brands legally imported here."We definitely go for the Brugal. It tastes different because it has more alcohol. It is better," laughed Rafael Rodriguez, 36, a truck driver. "Everybody loves things from one's own country. You want to feel for a moment that you are there."

But getting the goods can be nearly impossible for outsiders as owners are suspicious of unknown customers. The trick is knowing your local bodeguero, says a graphic designer who didn't want to give her name. "They don't just sell to anyone," she said. "But I wanted Dominican rum, and, since they knew me, they took me in the back and they had cases upon cases of it." As for how the supply works, many in the bodegas seem to know someone who turns visits to the D.R. into a business opportunity. "You buy it there for 2,000 Dominican pesos (about $60) and you sell it here for $125," says Jhonovich Scherell, 26, who says he knew others who did it. But word of a September bust at a Dominican bodega in Perth Amboy, N.J., that was selling antibiotics and Viagra has some wary that authorities may target their establishments and that sought-after products will become scarcer. "Since then, people are bringing less stuff over," says Rodriguez.

Happily, some "illegal" products get out of the shadows every now and then. So it was with elation that Jacqueline Osorio, a housewife, found neatly stacked cans of Cafe Santo Domingo - until recently not allowed for importation - when she walked into her corner meat market the other day. It was the same dark, bitter roast that she loves to drink black with a pinch of nutmeg. "It makes me happy," Osorio says. Only the irresistible flavor of the forbidden was gone.

Monday, November 05, 2007


This is the final post of the planned series on Jorges Gang. It has been said that his site is amateurish. TRUE. But that is the intent. He does not use polished Playgirl models, he prefers to use guys you may meet on the street. No pretense. It is not for everyone, but many do enjoy what he offers.

I chose to feature the re-launch of the site to coincide with the "Feel The Heat" event in Boca Chica. I want the readers to be aware that several young men in that area have been working with a few crooked cops to set up tourists for the purpose of extorting money from them. Always use good judgement and always ask to see an ID. With so many people in town for this weekends activities it may be best to use the referal system.

To close out the series, here is what Jorge sent me...
My site is set up like a steak house. The menu is everything from appetizers to dessert,which i call azucar moreno. My "wild game" section is my personal favorite, because i like street meat.

There is also the "takeout menu" at the bottom of the members section that has the clips I did not want to throw away, but were not up to the main menu.

The forum is for people to contact JorgesGang models and each other. Also,you can upload small video files and photos of people 18yrs. and older.

I will be here for the Feel The Heat event in Boca Chica. If you need a tour or anything I'm sure my guys can help. Contact me at

Friday, November 02, 2007


It has been a year since Iran and I first met. Time moves quickly when you're having fun! The two of us have been behaving like high school sweethearts, staring at each other, saying silly things and we can not keep our hands off each other.

Working in the same office has been a challenge. I make no secret of my sexuality and it is accepted. I mean, hey, we are in Brasil! The problem is not that he hasn't disclosed his sexuality to our peers, but the company policy forbids fraternizing between co-workers. So, the temptation to steal a kiss at the watercooler or to hold hands at the conference table can be grueling.

However, we both love our careers. After all, we met on the job. This is why we decided to take some time off for our anniversary and celebrate at the hotel where we met. We were fortunate enough to get the same suite we had shared during last years shareholders meeting!

We have spent the week "trying new things" as we conquer self-imposed boundaries in and out of the bedroom. This has had some effect on us physically. Iran has been heading to the spa room to stretch and relax after some of our late night trists...