Travel Blogs from Dominican Republic

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IGLESIA UN ENCUENTRO CON DIOS ( SANTO DOMINGO ), MOCA, Dominican Republic travel blog

IGLESIA UN ENCUENTRO CON DIOS ( SANTO DOMINGO )

A travel blog entry by ivanhoepr

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FOTOS DE IGLESIA Y ...

Comment fait-on la fête?, Cabaret, Haiti travel blog

Comment fait-on la fête?

A travel blog entry by francophoney

Etes-vous curieux?  Comment fait-on la fête en Haïti pendant la fin d'année / Nouvel An?  Voici notre agenda: Le 31 décembre nous sommes allés à « Anti-Stress » .  C'est un bar-resto-club à P-au-Prince.  Il est très ...

Better to stay on the ship!  Book Excursion!, Samaná Peninsula, Dominican Republic travel blog

Better to stay on the ship! Book Excursion!

A travel blog entry by mgmword

We had gotten off the ship on a previous cruise and decided not to bother on this one. ...

Getting out of the cold weather!, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic travel blog

Getting out of the cold weather!

A travel blog entry by alisoncole

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Hard to believe that our family trip to the Dominican Republic is finally here!  Actually, it was only less than 2 months ago that I knew I was going to be going.  My dad's daughter and son, Lynette and Tony, and their families, were going on a ...

Busy in the Summertime, Barahona, Dominican Republic travel blog

Busy in the Summertime

A travel blog entry by enjoytheride

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... met Peace Corps Volunteers for that matter.  I always forget that we become this source of information for anything and everything Dominican Republic. Yet, the funny thing is, we really do know so much about this place now.  The most flattering ...

Bayahibe & Parque National del Este, Bayahibe, Dominican Republic travel blog

Bayahibe & Parque National del Este

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67

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... . I drove eastward shortly after dawn on an expressway of sorts, one with occasional intersections and stoplights. The southeastern Dominican Republic is mostly flat countryside of sugarcane fields stretching to the horizon the way cornfields do in the ...

Haitian Batey, Santiago, Dominican Republic travel blog

Haitian Batey

A travel blog entry by lstockwell

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Hola Todos- Have you ever thought of how fortunate you are, just because you were born in a certain geographic location?  We went to a Haitian Batey today.  The Bateys in the DR are kind of like a no-man's land, not recognized by the DR, or by Haiti. ...

Dominican Republic - again., La Romana, Dominican Republic travel blog

Dominican Republic - again.

A travel blog entry by katie.forsyth

Changeover day on the ship, so we just walked round the town - clearly not a holiday ...

First Day in The Dominican, Rio san juan, Dominican Republic travel blog

First Day in The Dominican

A travel blog entry by whereverheleads

When we arrived at the airport in Dominican Republic T.J. and Holly McCloud were there to greet us and to take us to camp. It then started pouring down rain, we all got soaked. A lot of us wondered if we would make it back to camp when we saw that part of ...

Easy Rider, Cabarete, Dominican Republic travel blog

Easy Rider

A travel blog entry by lifeforce1

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... still would do it if we wouldn't get help from a local guy to find the place). We also got the chance to taste real Dominican food, I guess (rice, chicken, cooked beans, fried banana and salad) it was good. Then we happened to book a guided tour for the ...

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