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Ok, We found something so cool we just had to share it with you guys. We bought one for our place and it looks great on the wall. It is a Punta Cana Wall Mural. These are huge photo posters which mount on the wall and provide a ton of drama to your room and it will bring back memories of Punta Cana. They are 42 inches x 72 inches or 4 feet x 6 feet large, high quality laminated photographic paper panels. The mural surface wipes clean and is stain resistant. Murals are re-usable and repositionable. Removable, paint safe picture hanging strips are included for ease of hanging.
If you have a dull wall this is just the thing to turn that area into a dramatic statement. These wall murals are so eye-catching and are guaranteed to attract attention from your visitors. This will be the best conversation starter your room ever had.Ours makes us smile every time we look at it.
We Found these Punta Cana Wall Murals at AllPosters.com and there are a few to choose from.
We have posted the available wall murals below, just click on the photo to buy it.
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So you’ve spent a few vacations in the Dominican Republic and perhaps you’ve fantasised about relocating to this paradise island? Well, here’s the perfect book to help you decide if living in the DR is really for you or not.
We believe that this book should be made compulsory reading for anyone contemplating relocating to the Dominican Republic.
We’ve found it to be the most comprehensive and up-to-date source of information available on the subject. It covers pretty much everything you’ll need to know from choosing your location to dying in the Dominican Republic!
And it’s crammed with useful contact info.
We especially liked the last chapter
“What The…?” – a collection of true anecdotes, as experienced by the authors and their friends, that humorously illustrates the idiosyncrasies of life here in the Dominican Republic.
Expat FAQ: Moving to and Living in the Dominican Republic makes for a great beach read too.
How to get your copy?
It may be ordered from Amazon US, Canada and UK, Barnes & Noble and other online retailers.
It’s published by Summertime Publishing ISBN 978-1-907498-72-5
It is now available for purchase on Kindle.
Check out their Facebook Page: Expat FAQ – Moving to and Living in the Dominican Republic
The Puntacana Ecological Foundation on the grounds of Puntacana Resort & Club
(see Map 7) is home to the Puntacana Apiary – a colony of honey bees.
Beekeeping, or apiculture, is the practice of maintaining honey bee colonies, usually in hives, in order to produce honey and beeswax and/or to pollinate crops. It’s origins date back to the Egyptian pharaohs and the Roman empire.
Since 1970 Puntacana Resort & Club’s founders Frank Rainieri and Ted Kheel encouraged their employees to keep honey bees and to sell the honey to earn extra cash. The tradition lives on today in the Puntacana Apiary. Read More→
It’s behind what was formerly Acqua Beach Club (now known as Poseidon). At the beach side entrance there are hair braiding and massage ladies. Inside, on the front part, are numerous stalls selling the usual rum, coffee, cigars, mamajuana, inexpensive jewelry, Punta Cana souvenirs, beach floats and snorkel masks. Read More→