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Friday, January 23, 2015
Monday, January 19, 2015
Be sure to visit the Travel Info Page for helpful tips when planning your vacation to the Dominican Republic. Support the links for great deals and great experiences!
Friday, January 16, 2015
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
HuffPost: Buying property in DR is good value
Writing in the Huffington Post, Kathleen Peddicord of Live and Invest Overseas includes the Dominican Republic as one of the world's top five places for buying a second home in the sun. She says you can get great deals on second homes that also qualify as top retirement options for 2015. In addition to the DR, she also recommends buying in Argentina, Turkey, Spain and Colombia.
She says that there are still finds for US$100,000 that are within walking distance from the beach and can be rented out for rental yield.
Friday, January 09, 2015
One of my favorite photographers is Paul Culver. He captures his models in their raw beauty without a bunch of fuss. Here he lenses Jeison and Frank in the Dominican Republic. Visit his website to see more and to order some of his works.
Monday, January 05, 2015
If you are like many people and want to get to Cuba before commercialization takes over, you may wish to consider insightCuba. Visit their website and sign-up for email notifications. They sent me the following info.
insightCuba and many of our American guests celebrated the New Year across the island of Cuba. It was a night they will never forget. They didn't waste any time, why should you?
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Friday, January 02, 2015
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
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Thursday, December 18, 2014
Though his opposing political party will challenge him, President Obama has held true to his word of opening relations with the island nation of Cuba. Which ever side one is on socially or politically one thing has been certain, the embargo has done nothing but caused the citizens of Cuba to suffer. It has done nothing to drive out the Castro regime. Therefore I support this new initiative. Obama has been all about trying something different when its obvious the "good old boy" method (the current methods) have not succeeded.
"I was very insistent with him that we would continue to promote democracy and human rights and speak out forcefully on behalf of the freedom of the people of Cuba," Obama told ABC's World News Tonight in an interview conducted Wednesday.
Obama -- who announced Wednesday that the United States would seek to normalize relations with Cuba after more than 50 years of tensions -- said he and Castro delivered "lengthy" opening statements before having a dialogue during their Tuesday phone call.
"I think there's the possibility, by engaging, by making sure that the American people are able to travel to Cuba, that the Cuban people are able to see, firsthand, what American values are," Obama said. "That is going to spur change among the people of Cuba. And that's our main objective here."
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Regional airline InterCaribbean Airways is starting services from Kingston, Jamaica to Santo Domingo with a stopover in Port-au-Prince. There are Thursday and Saturday flights. The flying time from Jamaica to Haiti is 1 hour and 20 minutes, while the flight to Santo Domingo is another 55 minutes. In the past a longer flight to Puerto Rico or Miami had to be taken in order to connect. The flights are being added as Haiti seeks to develop tourism.
The return flights are on Friday with a direct flight from Santo Domingo to Port-au-Prince.
The flights provide Haiti with nonstop connections to Jamaica and the DR.
Mr. Trevor Sadler, CEO of interCaribbean Airways, said: "We are pleased to offer these new routes to give travelers more choices and more connectivity across the Caribbean and support Haiti as it grows its appeal to the vacation visitor, while opening up new business opportunities. We look forward to increasing the frequency and number of destinations we serve in the new year".