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Cabrera

It’s just another normal day in the regions surrounding the little town of Cabrera. Since I’m back on the road doing what I do, why not hop on in and join me for the ride. This time I’m heading out to a town call Payita. We’re negotiating with the owners of a new project featuring [...]

The Facts are in and they speak for themselves. August 27, 2020 A big high five goes out to all the folks over at Blaze TV. As an active member of the mentors research group I can say from hands on experience, from wisdom how much time and effort goes into finding this kind of [...]

May 2, 2020 I’m Glad I’m Not Young In Today’s World Most long time subscribers can relate to the fact I’m forever stressing the importance of asking the right question or questions. Another thing I accept complete responsibility for is I continually stress the point of how important it is for you to first unlearn [...]

Wow! Lately it’s been so busy for us that Liane finally had the opportunity to edit, post and release this video. I had the pleasure of spending a couple of days together with two awesome folks named Roberto and Jennifer. It was news to me, but apparently they’ve been avid subscribers for a long time, [...]

I love hearing from our subscriber’s. It’s the reason I do my best to answer every email or comment. I recently received an email from a couple of long time subscribers who were on vacation, but not in our region. They were vacationing over in Las Terrenas and after watching almost all of our videos [...]

For the most part this video goes out to our overseas subscribers. Being holiday time this is the first chance I’ve had to get over to video Rebeca’s new grocery store. I really enjoyed making this video and for several reasons. The first is the following; While the majority of economies are feeling the pinch [...]

I’d like to take a few moments and introduce our subscribers to yet another excellent choice of lodging while visiting the areas surrounding Cabrera. Yes Cabrera does have choices when it comes to restaurants and lodging. The Down Town Bar Restaurant and Hotel offers a spotless clean setting at family prices. It’s safe and spotless, [...]

It seems that the progress continues around the region surrounding Cabrera. For the area of Los Valles this new paving means a lot. It actually opens up the area from lower Loma Alta through Los Valles eventually exiting back to the main highway. Enjoy the ride as I narrate what seems to be an ongoing [...]

When first settling to Cabrera and after taking the necessary time to detox from the former stresses of living in fast paced cultures, that define who you are by what you own and do, one of my first desires was this. I’d hoped that the quaint friendly town of Cabrera would eventually be seeing small [...]

I first met Daryl sometime in mid-March of this year. We initially spent some time together previewing the area and after getting to know what his plan was, it seemed Cabrera could suite his needs rather well.  Even though Daryl is a frequent visitor and has covered the greater part of this country there seemed [...]

The infrastructure surrounding the region of Cabrera just keeps on improving. Here’s the latest update as the roads in La Catalina and Caya Clara have been recently completed. What was once a pothole filled old pavement has now been transformed into a smooth passageway leading to many residential areas. Join John and myself as we [...]

While most people living in Cabrera already know about Arturo’s restaurant this post goes out to all seasonal residents and visitors. If you’re looking for a good meal at a fair price you owe it to yourself to give Arturo’s place a try. They’re located on the main highway (la carretera). Enjoy the ambiance while [...]

What was originally going to be a video about the many “why’s” that we’ve heard turned into what is now our new information video. With hundreds of tours and excursions, the thousands of people we’ve met over the past 12 years, there’s one thing that remains constant. What eventually began to grab more and more [...]

Last weekend the town of Cabrera celebrated the opening of what’s being christened International Boulevard Dr. Ramon Arturo Perez Dalmasi. Several key speakers along with Mayor Jorge Cavoli headed up an hour long inauguration christening the enhanced entrance to the town. Approaching from the Nagua direction, residents and visitors alike now enjoy a welcoming boulevard [...]

IT’S A DONE DEAL!!!The entire region spanning from Loma Alta back to the main highway has been completed.  I made a statement about two and a half weeks ago that the remainder of the asphalting spanning from the Montaña y Mar project through to the main highway would be completed before the Holidays. Currently the entire [...]

Our subscribers living abroad really seem to appreciate the continuous efforts we put forth towards keeping them in the know about what’s occurring around the town of Cabrera. Keeping that in mind I want to let all of our offshore subscribers know; finally they’re installing cement speed bumps on the main highway running through Cabrera. [...]

Sept 19 2018 Taking a Look At The Big Picture Taking a look from the macro perspective, viewing the big picture I want to demonstrate just how manipulated we currently are and perhaps always have been. As I often do I”ll bring up a little history during the post only this time it’s coming from [...]

We received some sad news that one of our neighbors had passed away the previous night. His name was Alejandro, Alexander in English. We received the news early the following morning when another neighbor came up the hill to our house. At the same time we were invited to addend the funeral. Over the years [...]

September 12, 2018 Balance Effects Everything I recently enjoyed a stimulating conversation with one of my mentors who lives overseas. It’s now exceeding a decade and a half since first closing the TV and flexing the mind. Slightly over fifteen years spent researching for the sole purpose of seeking truth. Truth, objective truth, wherever the information [...]

Life through the eyes of a Centenarian I’m at the ripe middle age of 61 and still I connect with my mom every day. Whether it’s a quick email or a message even a call we somehow manage to link on a daily basis. For some this might sound a bit strange coming from someone [...]

Well it’s Labor Day long weekend in the Dominican Republic. A happy Dominican Labor Day goes out to everyone who’s watching. I headed out to Loma Alta and thought I’d check out what’s happening in the developments. On my way out I ran into dozens of folks on horseback. These were fine horses well trained [...]

It’s been just shy of seven years since my first discovery tour took place. During that time span between the meet and greets, the discovery tours, the thousands we’ve met along the way, good folks hailing from every part of the globe one thing still remains intact. One commonality still remains unchallenged. For as long [...]

Many subscribers may recall an interview I did about a year ago with a great couple from Canada Rob and Michelle. About a year prior I met them on one of our excursion tours. Even though they’ve been to the country nine previous times never ventured into our neck of the woods. While very impressed [...]

On 6 August 1991, almost twenty eight years ago, the World Wide Web became publicly available. This gave birth to a whole new technology which would fundamentally change the world as we know it. There’s a multitude of ways August 6, 1991 changed the world but one thing I’m sure we’ll all agree on is since [...]

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