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Rodríguez' creative destruction

Freddy Rodríguez found himself in front of a canvas, awestruck by the devastation wrought by the tsunami of 2011 in Japan.

He used an air compressor to paint and meshed colors that individually could have represented mud, bricks, limbs, wires, plastic, rubber, clouds, light. 657 more words

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The pebble in Julia Alvarez' shoe

“How the García Girls Lost Their Accent” was an easy read that I, like many others, encountered as required reading in a college class more than a decade ago. 498 more words

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How to survive the summer in the Dominican Republic

Living in a Caribbean island must involve a wonderful weather, right? Well, think again. As summer approaches I can only think of the expression I once read: ‘In Dominican Republic there are only two seasons, Summer and Hell’ and I couldn’t have said it better myself. 152 more words

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Easy Party Appetizers Inspired by Our Favorite Vacation Spots

It’s party time! With Memorial Day weekend and the summer season kicking off, it’s finally backyard barbeque weather. We love a good vacation, and a good party, so we’ve come up with some super easy, yummy party apps inspired by our favorite vacation spots. 286 more words


 Dominican Republic: Punta Cana

How frustrating when you check in at the airport to be advised your plane is out of service and there will be a two and a half hour delay while they ready a replacement. 789 more words


About Me/Taylor

Welcome to our Travel/Adventure blog. I am DeMarrius, and my wife Taylor and I will be sharing our adventures and thoughts with you. Before we begin, let me tell you how I got to this blog. 277 more words

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4 years later...

It’s been 4 years since I graduated high school. 4 years to the day since I walked across the stage at West Laurens High School and received my high school diploma. 537 more words