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Dominican Republic

Hey it’s good to be back together again. We’ve missed all of our YouTube family of subscribers. As more and more have decided it’s perhaps time to consider voting with their feet at the same time it’s been running us off of ours. Gosh we’ve been busy! In spite of commencing with another new residential [...]

Wow it’s been busy over the last few months. If you’ve noticed a reduction in the frequency of our postings please don’t feel that it’s from a lack of interest. All of us respect our subscribers to the highest degree. If it wasn’t for you we never would have gotten to the point we’ve reached [...]

About six months prior I was on an excursion with a friend. It was the kind of trip I’d only take for personal enjoyment. I’d never take clients on this level of river crossings or rock roads, however from time to time it’s what I really enjoy and anyone who knows me will attest to [...]

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 [...]

Welcome back. It’s time to get on the road again and part with the mundane and the negative propaganda. Hop in and take a ride as I go about what for me is a normal day out in the country. It’s time for people to realize and except the fact that those who choose not [...]

April 16 2020 Here’s what Chief Economist of the World Bank LAC had to say. Here’s what chief economist of the World Bank (LAC) Martín Rama recently had to say during an interview found on Dominican today. Rama expects Latin America and the Caribbean region will fall 4.6%. Quoting Martín Rama: “In a pessimistic forecast, [...]

It’s hard to believe a mere five weeks prior and we were all living in a different world. The Coronavirus dilemma metamorphosed humanity in a way the greater majority has never witnessed before. Regardless of your personal philosophies about the disease or the mysterious side effects it’s having on us as a species hold them [...]

After enjoying an excellent lunch we realized that the hours are fast ticking away and we still needed to cover a fair amount of ground before the end of the day. We took the old beach road and while filming the natural beauty began discussing the changes since last being there. One major option that [...]

Continuing further into our excursion while enjoying one of the most beautiful scenes on the SW coast I made an innocent comment about how much I enjoyed my Alduino Maduro cigar last night. Soon after Alduino being a professional in the business began to explain the different wrappers being used on his most popular sellers. [...]

Last night ended late with an incredible Italian meal prepared by the owner of the hotel. Actually Johnny made a comment it was the best bolognesa sauce he had ever tasted. Since Johnny’s travelled all around Europe that say’s something. Of course we ended the night by swapping stories while consuming a large bottle of [...]

One of our most valued experiences from doing the “Something Feels Wrong” YouTube channel is the percentage of folks who began as clients but evolved into friends. Such is the case with Gary and Edilia. Liane and I first met them on one of our discovery excursions in 2013. During the outing it was obvious [...]

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 [...]

One question I’m often asked is what entailed in the DYD tour. Where will we be going, what will we see? You know the general questions you’d think might have an easy answer. Turns out these questions don’t have simple answers. Over the past six plus years I’ve done close to 700 discovery tours, met [...]

Nancy and Jerry are carrying out a project that many would find hard to even consider. They’re building a 2,200 square foot pool cliff home while still living abroad. Here’s a brief history on how we first met. It’s really kind of cool how it occurred. We met Nancy and Jerry several years prior. Their [...]

In this the 2nd video I dive in a bit deeper.  I’ll touch on a few areas so often overlooked until after you’ve already made your final immigration decision. I revisit why I feel it’s mandatory owning at least two passports. An exit strategy, an extra queen on the board, a get out of jail [...]

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