Category Archives: Dominican Republic

Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic

Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic

Las Terrenas, Samana Peninsula, Dominican Republic Despite my struggle to reach Las Terrenas, this town was a little slice of heaven in the Samana Peninsula of north eastern Dominican Republic.  There was a touristy vibe with flocks of travelers trying to reach the beautiful beaches and friendly people.  There were fancy restaurants and local ones,… Continue Reading

Venting Some Steam in the Dominican Republic

Venting Some Steam in the Dominican Republic

Insanity in The Dominican Republic I am coming back to the Dominican Republic and starting where I left off in Santo Domingo.  Rather than write this all out, I’m going to share with you the story as I recorded it on that dark Dominican highway.  This is totally unedited and I sound like a retard… Continue Reading

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Santo Domingo was absolutely beautiful and had enough diversity and worthwhile tourist destinations to keep me extremely busy.  This was apparently one of Christopher Columbus’s favorite locations and it is possibly where his remains lie today.  There is just a ton of history that I would love to tell you about, but I lost my… Continue Reading

Miguel, Santo Domingo

Miguel, Santo Domingo

If you’ve read about my arrival in Santo Domingo, you’ll know that my first night there I was hungry, tired, and a bit irritated.  And that is where this story starts off.   I had just checked in to the hotel and asked the receptionist where I could get something decent to eat.  She recommended… Continue Reading

Dominican Republic, an overview

Let’s not beat around the bush here, I give the Dominican Republic a temporary 4 Stars and a MUST return status.  The reason the DR is getting a temporary rating is because I was there during Easter week.  I had hoped this would be a great time as Latin America is known for it’s Easter… Continue Reading