Travel Blogs from Dominican Republic

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Domino Queen, Cabarete, Dominican Republic travel blog

Domino Queen

A travel blog entry by freegenevieve

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... in sight, that is, until my home stay in  a small “campo” outside of Rio San Juan, Puerta Plata, Dominican Republic. As a part of the foundation’s volunteer orientation, our boss had her husband take us out the land of cocoa ...

Weather / visit to University / trip to JUMBO, San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic travel blog

Weather / visit to University / trip to JUMBO

A travel blog entry by hmaclean

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... result, school has been cancelled "until further notice," which usually means until the end of the week.  On Monday afternoon, my Dominican "sister," Sindy, had a big presentation for a class at med school, and she had asked me if I would go and see ...

Day 2:  My Own Personal

Day 2: My Own Personal "Restoration Day"

A travel blog entry by hevnlee

... things that "The reserve has over 700 plant species, 36% of which are found nowhere else in the world but the Dominican Republic" ...awesomeness! Also important to note that there are no venomous snakes or spiders on the island...also fantastic. So we ...

A visit to the orphange in the DR, Santiago, Dominican Republic travel blog

A visit to the orphange in the DR

A travel blog entry by ashleythornton

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Last week, my classmates and I visited a orphanage here in the Dominican Republic. The children ranged from ages 2-17 years old and we were told that they were all living there based on many different reasons. This was an experience for me because I have ...

My life in the Foreign Service, Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic travel blog

My life in the Foreign Service

A travel blog entry by andies_can

Well, I was a little young for diplomacy but my father was an economic adviser with the State Department and off we went. I don't remember much...a few flashes of memories of the roof of our apartment, my friend getting his head stuck in the fence, ...

Stones throw from Haiti, Pedernales, Dominican Republic travel blog

Stones throw from Haiti

A travel blog entry by garmtn

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Pedernales was a quaint town.  Very laid back.  Hotel was comfortable but, no hot ...

Our fifht and best stay in Punta Cana., Punta Cana, Dominican Republic travel blog

Our fifht and best stay in Punta Cana.

A travel blog entry by tiramillas

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... , Bavaro beach, I think. In those days you could still smoke on planes, but our currency, the peseta, was worth less than a dollar Dominican. It was a great idea to repeat in this stay a trip we had done already in the first: Altos de Chavon, Bayahibe and ...

Tough Day, Santiago, Dominican Republic travel blog

Tough Day

A travel blog entry by lstockwell

Hola everyone, Long and difficult day today.  We began the day treating the children at the International Childcare Center.  Two darling kids, one with cerebral palsy and one with autism.  It was hot here, and at times I had sweat running down my face ...

Royal Suits Turquesa, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic travel blog

Royal Suits Turquesa

A travel blog entry by victor.and.yuna

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Amazing vacation, La Romana, Dominican Republic travel blog

Amazing vacation

A travel blog entry by lucia1964

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