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Every night is a festival, always animated year round.
Tourists, Residents, and Locals gather together to admire the good-looking velvet dark Haitians, café au lait Creoles, and bonita blanquitas sitting at tables, dancing at the alfresco disco bars, or strolling down Duarte.
Many here in the Dominican Republic are looking for a “Novio,” a boyfriend for life’s necessities, food, housing, help for their kids, and perhaps a pequeño regalo (little present).Once they have gained your trust they will ask you (either subtly or directly) for money, gifts or banking/credit card details.They will pretend to need these for a variety of reasons. They may claim to be in the depths of a financial crisis or in need of a new computer to continue chatting with you.The ambiance is alive, people having dinner, a drink, shopping the boutiques, or simply strolling accompanied by the Dominican rhythms of Merengue, Salsa, Bachata, and Reggaeton heating up the atmosphere. Communicating is not a problem; the girls will take the initiative with the tourists using a near universal Spanglish dialect, understood by everyone in Boca Chica.Once a guy gets eyed up, especially someone new, someone without a tan, with a “cara pollito blanco” (face like a white chicken), it is not unusual to see several girls compete for the their attention.
The scammer may claim to have fallen ill or been involved in a serious accident (sick mothers are also a favorite ruse).