We were curious to see what a couple of world travelers thought of the Dominican Republic and our little North Coast region so we invited Akaisha and Billy Kaderli of the Retire Early Lifestyle blog to join us for a whirlwind tour of some of our Island. We captured their observations and comments in a short series of video interviews which we will share with you now.
Akaisha and Billy’s observations are especially insightful. These two retired very early at age 38, around 25 years ago, and have been world travelers in earnest since retiring. They have lived or had extended stays in a number of countries including on islands in the Caribbean, Mexico, Guatemala, Australia, New Zealand, Ecuador, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, China and the Philippines. They understand the trials and rewards of early retirement and what it is like living in emerging countries. They certainly have a frame of reference that most will never have the opportunity to gain.
And finally, we were able to entice them to take a look at the Dominican Republic for the first time on one of our Discovery Tours, and now we want to share their observations.
I think the videos will speak for themselves, but suffice it to say that they liked what they saw up on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic. We knew they would, just as we know that you would enjoy your trip to the region on one of our free Discovery Tours.
In this first part of our three part interview series, Akaisha and Billy share what they thought about the beauty, beaches, food and people of the Dominican Republic, and specifically about the North Coast region and Cabrera. I think the video interview says it all and this is definitely one you will be interested in watching.
If you have not joined us on one of our free Discovery Tours of the North Coast of the Dominican Republic, then why don’t you do what Akaisha and Billy did and sign up for your own tour. See another part of the Caribbean that you have never experienced. Check out what it is like to own a vacation home or live full time in a tropical paradise that is not perfect, but close enough to be a serious contender.