The Dominican Repuplic


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Published: January 15th 2007
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We are the first and last tourists to visit the Dominican Republic and NOT go to the beach. We did not do any sex tourism either. We were too busy trying to find tickets for mainland south america, or central america. We opted for Venezuela in the end, as tickets to Mexico from the DR are more expensive than transatlantic flights between new york and london. go figure. Air travel to and from Caracas is cheap.

It rained most days we were there, but we got these photos. And I swam in a voodoo baptisim cave, 50 feet under the earth. Silvie and I got engaged too.


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the voodoo king and queenthe voodoo king and queen
the voodoo king and queen

used to sit on this throne to see the sacrfices, and maybe the heads of chickens (or worse) being cut off. It was quite comfy to sit on , but not very practical if you were to have it in your living room.
the descentthe descent
the descent

the cluster of stalegnites in the top left are known as the "holy family" as they are meant to look like Jesus and his disciples. Can you see the likeness?
Our hosts in our first stop in Sosua.Our hosts in our first stop in Sosua.
Our hosts in our first stop in Sosua.

terrible photo but we are including it for the sake of nostalgia. This guy is German, his wife Dominican,
and a sunset, one of many sunsetsand a sunset, one of many sunsets
and a sunset, one of many sunsets

from the front of our hotel.


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