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DR S.W. Regional Tour Los Patos, Paraíso Heading Toward Pedernales Part 3

In part two of this series I mentioned that we were both flying by sight with no real flight plan. We’d just be flowing in sort of a general direction if you will and stopping where ever we decided to. With dusk fast approaching we decided to find a place to stay for the night. […]

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Raising Young Kids In Cabrera – Tennessee Expats Speak Out

We’re back with Shawn and Kelly, the young Tennessee expat family on a mission in Cabrera Dominican Republic.  Many Americans and Canadians are understandably concerned about packing their family and young kids up and moving to a foreign country.  Are the schools ok?  What about learning a new language?  Will the kids adapt and feel like […]

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TOUR TIME: Rio San Juan to Abreu (The Back Roads)

  Hi Guys its Barry in DR. Welcome to the second edition of Tour Time. In efforts to answer our readers’ requests of wanting to see more of the back country and farm regions I decided this might make for a good second article of Tour Time. While everyone’s eyes were glued to the soon […]

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Interview With Jeff Berwick The Dollar Vigilante

Hi Guys its Barry in DR. Finally have a moment to catch up and post another article up on the Drescapes blog. We’ve been running around non-stop for the last week with a group of seven super people. Yesterday the Drescapes team said goodbye to one of the best groups I’ve ever had the privilege […]

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Barry in DR – I Was Robbed By Six Thugs – MUST READ!!!

Hi Guys its Barry in DR. Whew! just returned from another tour yesterday. After dropping off at the Puerto Plata airport enjoyed the scenic ride home. I now have a day or two to get ready for the next tour that arrives this Wednesday. Want to take a moment and relay a hardy thanks to […]

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Tropical Storm, Snow Storm or Economic Storm. Nothing Equals Experience Too Surviving Any Storm. Second Interview- What it’s Going To Be Like In The Dominican Republic While Weathering the Storm.

Hi Guys it’s Barry in D.R. Well it’s another long weekend here in the D.R. Seems that every couple of weeks there’s a long weekend named after this Saint or that sinner and let’s not forget the past political people either. Honestly it’s just an excuse to party so really any name will do. I’m […]

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Quit Your Bithching, Open Your Eyes, Save Your Ass And Get a 2nd Passport While You Still Can

Hi Guys its Barry in D.R. I was just having a relaxing enjoyable Cabrera type of day and all of a sudden a buddy asked me to watch this old YouTube. All of my close friends obviously know my passion of trying to assist the awakened people. I commend the ones who have opened their […]

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What Does a RFID Chip and An Unemployment Check Have In Common?

Hi Guys its Barry in D.R. It’s ironic how I never seem to run low on current trends to blog about. Whenever I’m under my favorite mango tree staring at the sea it never fails 30 to 40 minutes later ideas come to mind. I’ve always wondered if it was the peaceful surroundings under the […]

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Words Do Matter But Only If You Truly Understand Them. Mixed Up Meanings For Decades.

Hi Guys its Barry in D.R. I’m just enjoying another peaceful day in the town of Cabrera. I had decided I’d come on back to the office (Code for the Mango tree) and cool of a bit (code for Brugal Rum and passion fruit juice) and begin putting together today’s blog post. Earlier today I […]

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What Does Good Music and Good Information Have In Common

Hi Guys Its Barry in D.R. I have a question that I’d like you to think about for a few minutes. It’s about the title of today’s blog post. What does good information and good music have in common? Yesterday a friend of mine emailed me an old YouTube. I had already seen it about […]

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