Vacations are made for FUN! You'll want a vacation from your vacation when you travel VIP! There is so much to do you'll need help figuring out how to do it all. Make sure you check with the concierge for the resort schedule. In addition to scheduled resort activities, you can book your own adventures through Viator or other local providers.
Lilly recommends a trip to Puerto Plata “which has water sports, hiking, adventure. Puerto Plata is one of my favorite regions. It’s very special. The reason is that of all the Dominican Republic’s destinations it is the most varied. For instance here in Puerto Plata City, which is the 4th largest city in the Dominican Republic, there is a little bit of history here. There are a lot of city type conveniences like better restaurants, but at the same time, we have beaches. If I walk about two blocks down I am on the Malecon and they have lots of little restaurants along the Malecon. It’s a great place to walk, jog and you’re right by the sea, very clean beaches. You can swim there. ”
On this international episode, Eric Bowman reports on health and safety protocols being taken in the Dominican Republic and at the Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana and what international travel out of Atlanta was like. The hosts also provide updates on the removal of change fees from multiple airlines and more travel industry news.
The Dominican Republic is in the news. Is It safe? Should we still go?
On this solo episode you will hear some information you can use when deciding if a trip should be canceled for safety reasons
When Afropop Worldwide launched back in 1988, a key goal was to capture the live energy of incredible artists emerging from Africa, the Caribbean and beyond. Most of those recordings were preserved on reel-to-reel tapes. The coronavirus lockdown has given us a chance to start revisiting and preserving. And we have been amazed to rediscover the energy of that thrilling era. On this music-rich program of concerts recorded live at S.O.Bs in New York City, we hear from Congo’s Papa Wemba, South African township heroes Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens, the royal couple of Algerian rai music Chaba Fadela and Cheb Sahraoui, and Martinique zouk stars Marce and Tumpa. It’s a riveting blast from the past! Produced by Banning Eyre.