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    Smile Que es el codigo postal en Puerto Plata?

    Saludos desde Londres!

    I need to send a package to Colima Del Sur, Puerto Plata, but am not sure of the post code (Codigo Postal). If anyone can advise me as to what it is I'd be most grateful.

    Muchas gracias :-)

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    There might be one, but they do not use it locally or regionally.
    Just make the address as clear as possible. use DHL or FEDEX, not MAIL

    HB

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    Default Thanx Hill Billy

    Gee that was a quick response,

    Thanks for that Hill Billy

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    Default Puerto Plata - ZIP Code


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    Well, I learn something new everyday.

    Thanks, tiguerita(but I'll still never use imposdom!)

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    Thanx tiguerita

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    I, too, and "breakfasting" on the fact that POP does indeed have a postal code.
    57000. Interesting.

    HOWEVER, if what you intend on sending is important, please use one of the couriers, no matter what.

    Good luck!

    HB

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    Getting it to Puerto Plata main postal office is not the problem - ALL of the sorters in Santiago know where Puerto Plata is. Your problem is making sure the one (maybe two) postmen:
    1. Know where the delivery address might be
    2. has the energy to get to the address when they realise where it is
    3. has a bike available for the delivery on the day he/she decides to deliver
    4. can ensure there is gas in the tank &/or air in the tires (if/when there is a bike available)
    5. doesn't get distracted by friends during delivery & fails to get to his/her destination!

    Does the organisation/recipient have a post office box code (apartado No.) at Puerto Plata? If not I would recommend you do as Hillbilly suggests & use FedEx, UPS, Business Mail or one of the other international carriers that operate to the Dominican Republic! Get a receipt, ask for a tracking number & approximate delivery schedule! ~ Grahame.
    Last edited by BushBaby; 09-08-2006 at 11:53 AM.

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    Ive sent a couple of things to the North coast with DHL my courier told me i'd need a postcode I asked him to double check and he found he didnt! I sent it on the 1 4 day service and it took a week so not too bad. I sent a birthday card 2 weeks ago through the post im not too hopeful of it getting there tho!

    nic

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    Well I definitely want it to get there in one piece so I'm going to heed HB's sensible advice and use a courier service.

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