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7 Indigenous Taino Words You Probably Already Know – Part 8: Canoe

This is the last blog in our 8 blog series about 7 indigenous Taino words you might know. I hope you enjoyed the series. Check our blog to read the previous posts. 280 more words

The Rotunda Problem

There is still relatively little traffic in Punta Cana.  I say “relatively” because this, of course, depends on where you’re from.  People from Santo Domingo will see Punta Cana’s new… 342 more words

#BeachThursday at Now Resorts & Spas!

Can you ever have enough beautiful beach photos? We don’t think so! In honor of #BeachThursday, check out some of these gorgeous beach scenes from our… 39 more words

Now Resorts & Spas

Caribbean Cinemas Movie List at Marina Casa de Campo

Cartelera de Caribbean Cinemas La Marina para la semana del 18 de Septiembre.

The movie listings of Caribbean Cinemas La Marina for the week of Septembert 18th. 14 more words

Events And Activities

Top 10 Reasons to Choose Breathless Punta Cana

When you’re trying to choose a vacation destination, the countless options can be overwhelming! We’ll make it easy for you–Breathless Punta Cana Resort & Spa… 148 more words

Breathless Punta Cana Resort & Spa

Frequency Interference from Haiti affects Border provinces - DiarioLibre.com

The interference of telephone frequencies from Haiti are affecting the provinces of Pedernales, Elias Piña, Dajabon and Montecristi, and are attributed to a poor calibration or poor management of the spectrum by some of the companies in the neighboring country.The information was released by Eduardo Valcacer, the vice president of the Orange telephone company, who attended, together with representatives of other phone companies, a meeting called by the Permanent Commission of Transportation and Telecommunications of the Senate, which is studying the feasibility of approving a resolution which proposes the investigation of this problem.The Orange executive greeted the initiative by the Senators to deal with finding a way out of this situation. via – DiarioLibre.com.


Dominican Republic: Vida Azul’s new Web tool to spur coastal cleanup

In the Dominican Republic, the Vida Azul foundation unveiled a modern Web application to report the results of conferences held throughout the country in real time, aimed at spurring citizens’ participation in beach and coast cleanups and invite them to conduct them year round. 189 more words