Cabrera

Canadian Couple Finally Discovers Cabrera Dominican Republic After 8 Trips To The DR

We love to hear what travelers from across the globe think of our hidden little village of Cabrera on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic.  These observations of Rob and Michelle from Canada are no exception.  In fact, their perceptions may be even a bit more telling. You see, Rob and Michelle are pretty […]

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Jarabacoa From The Air – Cabrera Is Home – Jarabacoa Is Our Escape

If you have followed us for any time at all you know that we really enjoy our daytrips out of Cabrera.  One of our favorite weekend escapes is to the mountain region around Jarabacoa and Constanza.  The mountain region offers a great change in scenery compared to the unspoiled beaches surrounding Cabrera.  We have taken […]

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Daytrip To Cabarete For Windsurfing And Nightlife

Cabrera Dominican Republic is ideally situated for the quiet life.  Cabrera basically started as a small fishing and agriculture village up on the North Coast and it still retains most of its small village charm.  For some who thrive in the more hectic nightlife and hustle and bustle of a major city or active tourist […]

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Touring The Dominican Republic On A Harley

There are so many different ways to experience all that the Dominican Republic has to offer, especially on the North Coast and up in the mountains of Constanza and Jarabacoa.  While you see thousands of smaller motor bikes and scooters in every town, you do not see nearly as many larger bikes, like Harleys or […]

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Spending The Day With Friends From Alberta Canada At Jarabacoa River Club Resort

You probably already know that we love to hop in the car and head out into the country side to enjoy all that the Dominican Republic has to offer to us expats.  On this day we met up with some friends from Alberta Canada and headed over to the Jarabacoa River Club for a little […]

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Pittsburg PA Resident Sets His Sites On A Better Life In Cabrera Dominican Republic

As I have mentioned in earlier posts, Cabrera Dominican Republic has been solidly on the radar for future retirees for several years.  Not only is it a beautiful little beachside village, it also offers the opportunity for year-round perfect weather and a lower cost of living for retirees on a fixed budget. But lately, we […]

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Young Canadian Couple With Toddler Plan Their Move To Cabrera Dominican Republic

We meet plenty of retirees from the US, Canada and Europe who are seriously considering a move offshore for a better, more laid-back and more affordable retirement.  But it is not every day that we meet such a young couple with a toddler that has decided to say goodbye to all the bureaucracy and governmental […]

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Cemetary Beach Has Come A Long Way Over A Few Years

While there are no shortages of almost deserted beaches to enjoy in and around Cabrera, it is always interesting to see how they are maturing.  One such beach is the little Cemetary Beach in Rio San Juan.  If you recall, we took a stroll through this area a few years ago and it was virtually […]

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Alberta Canada Couple Discovers Potential For Expat Life In Cabrera

Out-of-touch politicians that push costly social programs in Canada appear to have no concept of the damage they are doing to their own hard-working citizens. We interviewed a young couple from Alberta Canada who have had enough. As they say in the interview… it is disheartening to work your tail off, sometimes up to 80 […]

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Hand Rolled Cigars In Rio San Juan – Jhonny Alduino Explains Why Expats Prefer Cabrera And Rio San Juan

As you probably know, I like a good hand rolled Dominican cigar every now and then.  Today we will stop by one of my favorite little local cigar and gift shops in Rio San Juan to get Jhonny Alduino’s thoughts on why he thinks so many foreigners prefer the Cabrera and Rio San Juan region […]

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