NO AGENCY FEES!
TOPLESS on stage and every where else.
Dancers perform in average 3-4 times a night 2 songs per show.
No salary, the dancers pays tip out the club:
Sun/Mon/Tues $20 Wed thru Saturday $25
On the floor only dresses are allowed , on stage anything they want.
Table dances are $30 USD and girls get $20.
Champagne court per 1/2 hour at minimum price $215: $120 for the club / $95
for the girl (better the bottle is higher commission the girl get.) it can go
until $400 commission for the girl per 1/2 hour, only by lap dancing.
NO TOUCHING ALLOWED
Accommodation provided in nice apartment ½ block from the club in front of the
beach on Ashford Ave. (main street of the tourist area )
Contract MINIMUM 1 MONTH
Club pays refunds flight ticket $400 for American and European $800.
*All tips on
stage are theirs, the only person you must/should tip is the DJ (no
Map taken from lonelyplanet.com
NAME: Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
CAPITAL: San Juan
SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT: Self-Governing Commonwealth in
association with the U.S.A.
AREA: 9,014 Sq Km (3,515 Sq Mi)
ESTIMATED 2000 POPULATION: 3,856,500
GEOGRAPHY: Puerto Rico is smallest and most
easterly island of the Greater Antilles. It is bound by the
Atlantic Ocean to the north and the Caribbean Sea to the south.
Around 80% of the island's land area is mountainous and hilly.
The central mountain chain or Cordillera Central that runs east
to west, divides the country into distinct north and south
regions. The country's highest point, Cerro de Punta, lies in
the Cordillera Central and the only low lying areas are the
narrow coastal plains and some inland valleys. There are over
1,000 small streams including 45 rivers that flow to the sea,
although all are shallow and non-navigable. Major Cities (pop.
est.); San Juan 426,800, Ponce 159,200, Caguas 92,400, Mayaguez
83,000, Arecibo 49,500 (1990). Land Use; forested 20%, pastures
38%, agricultural-cultivated 14%, other 28% (1992).
CLIMATE: Puerto Rico has a tropical climate at lower
elevations and a subtropical at higher elevations. Both
temperatures and rainfall are affected by the NE trade winds.
Humidity is relatively high in summer and most rainfall occurs
between May and December. Average annual precipitation varies
from 1,550 mm (161 inches) in the north to 910 mm (36 inches)
in the south. Average temperature ranges in San Juan are from
27 degrees Celsius (81 degrees Fahrenheit) in July to 24
degrees Celsius (75 degrees Fahrenheit) in January.
PEOPLE: The principal ethnic majority are Whites who
account for 80% of the population and are predominantly of
Spanish or mixed Spanish descent. The remainder are Blacks of
DEMOGRAPHIC/VITAL STATISTICS: Density; 392 persons per
sq km (1,015 persons per sq mi) (1991). Urban-Rural; 71.2%
urban, 28.8% rural (1990). Sex Distribution; 48.4% male, 51.6%
female (1990). Life Expectancy at Birth; 71.5 years male, 78.4
years female (1990). Age Breakdown; 27% under 15, 25% 15 to 29,
21% 30 to 44, 14% 45 to 59, 9% 60 to 74, 4% 75 and over (1990).
Birth Rate; 18.3 per 1,000 (1990). Death Rate; 6.9 per 1,000
(1990). Increase Rate; 11.4 per 1,000 (1990). Infant Mortality
Rate; 13.0 per 1,000 live births (1991).
RELIGIONS: Mostly Christians with 85% of the population
Roman Catholic while 10% are Protestant.
LANGUAGES: The official languages are Spanish, which is
spoken by the majority of the population, and English which is
also widely understood.
CURRENCY: The official currency is the US Dollar (USD)
divided into 100 Cents.
ECONOMY: Gross National Product; USD $25,317,000,000
(1993). Public Debt; USD $15,257,500,000 (1994). Imports; USD
$16,654,200,000 (1994). Exports; USD $21,752,600,000 (1994).
Tourism Receipts; USD $1,736,600,000 (1994). Balance of Trade;
USD $5,098,000,000 (1994). Economically Active Population;
1,203,000 or 32.9% of total population (1994). Unemployed;