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For those who want to visit, live and retire to the Dominican Republic and live their dream... affordably.
The Best Online Guide to the Real Dominican Republic, period. ;-) 15,000 KM on motorbike and 1,5 year in the country - best places to see, dominican mentality & reality, CHEAP hotels, 100's of good advices.
An attempt to demystify the life of an international researcher, mother, wife, and student.
My written journey about being a new wife, an unsure mother, a struggling writer, an enthusiastic wine drinker, an abroad housewife, a life learner, an opinionated thinker, and a rabble rouser of nonviolent sorts. These stories are real. The tattoo is magic marker.
Hola! My name is Molly and I was recently hired through the travel abroad company CIEE as an ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher for the PUCMM, a university located in Santiago, Dominican Republic. Hopefully this blog will give future travelers an insight into teaching abroad, while also helping me log my adventures and stay in touch with friends back home.
A multicultural fairy tale of food, family and love, this blog intertwines the cultures of the Dominican Republic, United States and India, through posts on culture, food, visa process and more.
Blog is built of true stories, observations and personal essays about life in a poor barrio in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. While it is written in the first person, the narrator remains in the background and lets the characters, who are primarily members of his family and are Dominican, and the events that unfold around him sustain the narrative which ranges from funny to frightening.
A practical handbook for expats in the DR, or for potential relocators. The blog is intended to complement the book of the same name with updates.
The lives and travels of young expat bloggers
More and more young people are looking overseas for their next new adventure, be it the next step in their education or in order to further their career. Though long stints of travelling have been popular for a while, young adults are increasinly looking to make a long-term move abroad. This breed of young expat is often a keen traveller (often using their new home as a base for visiting the region) with a desire to discover the nuances of their new culture. Here are our top five blogs from young expats.