Restaurants at the Dominican Republic add a 10% service charge, so you don’t need to leave an extra tip.
Sun exposure at the beach is part of the fun. Apply biodegradable sunscreen with 50SPF.
Get a Ride
Many cruise ships that travel to the Dominican Republic disembark at Santa Barbara de Samana. There, the most practical means of transportation is a rickshaw.
Use biodegradable sunblock creams with 60 SPF because, according to studies, sunblock creams with a greater SPF don’t work.
Serve the Perfect Angle
When pouring a beer remember you have to do it at an angle of 45 degrees. This way you won’t produce too much foam and you’ll achieve the perfect texture.
Enjoy a Cup of Java
Visit the great coffee grower haciendas that make Coatepec such an ideal destination for coffee lovers.
If you order a coffee after lunch and it gets cold, then you’ll know if it’s a good variety, because quality coffee tastes great even cold
Order Coffee and Chocolate
Order a coffee with dark chocolate. It enhances the taste of coffee.
The Most Ancient City of the New World
Santo Domingo, capital of the Dominican Republic, is the most ancient city of what the Europeans called the New World.
Columbus in the Caribbean
When Christopher Columbus arrived at Dominican Republic, he described it as “A beautiful idyllic island with tall wooded mountains, great valleys and rivers”. It still preserves that splendor.
The Island Next Door
The Dominican Republic possesses over 1,000 km of natural beaches even though its territory occupies only half of La Española Island. The other half is taken up by Haiti.
Characteristics of a Stout
Dark beer doesn’t have a greater alcohol content than light beer. Its only difference is that barley was more toasted during its elaboration process.
Did you know there’s a phobia to having an empty glass of beer in your hand? It’s called Cenosillicaphobia.
Coffee Making Tradition
Coffee growth and commerce since the 19th century made Coatepec a rich region that still preserves its coffee making tradition.
Coffee Trees take up to four years to reach their mature production.
Coffee arrived in Europe in the early seventeenth century. It’s said that King Louis XIV and Pope Clement III were the first to become fond of it.
In 1800 Brazil was the main coffee producer in the world.
In Colombia, a tree grows three times as fast as in Chile and nine times as fast as in Canada.
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