Maintaining Lifestyle During a Currency Collapse

Maintaining your standard of living during and after the coming currency collapse is possible with careful planning and action.

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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Cabrera Dominican Republic Mayor Jorge Cavoli Shares His Vision For Cabrera

Cabrera Dominican Republic is a village on the move.   We had and opportunity to interview the current Cabrera mayor, Jorge Cavoli, about his vision for Cabrera and his commitment to serve and protect all foreigners and expats that visit or move to Cabrera. Jorge is serving his third term as mayor of Cabrera and […]

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Mountain Biking Around Cabrera 2017

In a recent post I did a little video about all the renovations the city has made to the little central park in Cabrera.  While I was shooting I noticed that there were a group of mountain bicycle riders starting to gather for their annual Mountian Bike trek around Cabrera.  I thought I would share […]

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Cabrera Central Park Gets A Big Face Lift – Great For The Village

The central park of many Latin towns and villages is the life blood of the community. That is certainly true here in the village of Cabrera on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic. For those of you who have ventured to Cabrera in the past, you will notice all the improvements in landscaping and […]

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Cabrera To Puerto Plata Airport To Pick Up Our Latest Expats

We have met hundreds of families over the last few years of our free Discovery Tours of the North Coast of the Dominican Republic.  I have to say that it has been a real joy.  But one of the most satisfying experiences is to make that trip to the airport to pick up the latest […]

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Los Gringos Beach East Of Nagua – Yet Another Uncrowded Beach On The North Coast

Los Gringos Beach in Nagua is one of those fairly well developed beaches that can be quite crowded on holidays and the occasional weekend.  However on most weekdays you can have the whole beach to your self.  Nagua is a busy town of about 80,000 people so you can imagine how festive this beach can […]

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Discovering Another Deserted Beach On The North Coast

I just love the North Coast of the Dominican Republic near Cabrera.  It seems that if you point your car down any path or road toward the ocean you will end up discovering another unspoiled, uncrowded beach just waiting for you to settle in for a nice day on the beach. On our free North […]

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Take A Ride In My Time Machine – Rice Planting The Ancient Way

One of the things we enjoy most about our expat lifestyle here on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic is variety and exploration.  You never know what to expect as you head down the road.  Just the other day I happened by the rice fields a few miles down the road from Cabrera.  I […]

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