Archive for January, 2010
Enroll at The Punta Cana University to get your diploma in “Chilling”! Or maybe you’re already an expert in the art of relaxation? Either way this cool T-shirt will show your love for Punta Cana.
Check out some more of our best selling designs and unique Punta Cana T-shirts and gifts!
Our cool designs are only available online. Just click on the images, or our Punta Cana Tees banner at the top of the page, to take you to our Punta Cana Tees store. Our designs are also available on tanks, sweatshirts, hoodies, beach bags, mugs, stickers and more. We offer worldwide shipping plus a 30 day satisfaction guarantee and returns are a snap (for shipping details see under “Cart & Checkout” at the top of the store page).
Bookmark our Punta Cana Tees store to be sure of purchasing direct through our store to get the best prices (purchases via the CafePress market place are generally higher priced). Keep an eye out as new designs will be added in the future.
Our tropical climate, varied terrain and endless hours of sunshine make for abundant fruit production in the Dominican Republic. Dominican fruit will taste so much more sweeter than the fruit in your home supermarket as they are left to completely ripen in the sun before being harvested. Mangos and pineapple here taste like heaven. Read More→
Even if you speak Spanish you may not understand everything the Dominicans are saying. Dominican slang is a whole ‘nother thang from standard Spanish. Here are some videos to give you an idea of the colorful, everyday Dominican slang words.
Ok, you’ve booked your flight and hotel months ahead of your vacation to Punta Cana. You can hardly wait, but what to do in the meantime? Why not take some time to study a little Spanish? Although it’s not necessary to learn Spanish to have fun in Punta Cana, knowing even a little bit of the language can make for a more rewarding visit.
A good resource we have found is available online thru BBC Languages website. There’s a lot of good information and exercises and it is all free!
BBC Languages Spanish
You can also download and print out this free pdf containing very useful phrases for everyday use:
A very handy item to bring with you is an electronic English-Spanish translator and dictionary such as this one from Franklin Electronics.
Franklin Merriam Webster Spanish English Dictionary (DBE-1500)
Or maybe you prefer old school methods such as pocket dictionaries. This is a really good English-Spanish pocket dictionary.
Langenscheidt Pocket Spanish Dictionary: Spanish-english / English-spanish (Langenscheidt Pocket Dictionary)
Or you could try the downloadable audio files from Collins
Learn holiday Spanish in 40 minutes
Perfect for your ipod and easy on your wallet.
If you really want to immerse yourself in a language, there is no better way than with the Rosetta Stone courses. Rosetta Stone Version 3: Spanish (Latin America) Level 1 with Audio Companion