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Dominican Republic

Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

Mount Isabel de Torres soars above Puerto Plata at 2600 feet.  A cable car ride takes you to the top–and the panoramic views go on forever!  It’s hypnotizing to watch […]

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

The “Zona Colonial” (or colonial zone) of Santo Domingo is enchanting. The area is rich with history because these buildings were the first European structures in the New World. We […]

Bayahibe, Dominican Republic

Bayahibe is on the opposite side of the south coast from Barahona. Getting there involved a crowded ride from Santo Domingo with an almost constant scraping of metal-on-metal. Summer remained […]

Barahona, Dominican Republic

Getting to Barahona from the Santo Domingo airport turned into a raucous dance party. Our driver, Jairo, and his wife Julia were most accommodating when we asked for merengue music […]

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