Iglesia Santa Bárbara, originally constructed in 1537, as it looks today sitting majestically alone along the north eastern most part of the walled city of Ciudad Colonial in the Santa Bárbara Section of the city. The side wall is shored-up with heavy steal pipes. The opposite side of the Santa Barbara Church looking down Calle […]
The pelicans sometimes get really lucky when there is a large school of fish swimming by. They have a pelican party.
Dominicans are very creative with their modes of transportation. Some are a bit dangerous but always interesting. This is a video a friend took in Santo Domingo yesterday. The newest invention in motorized wheelchairs. Note how he is very considerate to the vehicles trying to pass. He is waving them on. More information on Transportation […]
Today is a busy day in the Colonial City. There is much to do and see on this beautiful and hot Saturday. Remember to stay hydrated out there! The Free Museum Day with great entertainment and museums for free. There will be people swarming the beaches with their black garbage bags for the International Coastal […]
A little funny for Friday the 13th. The statue of Fray Anton de Montecino holding his hand to his mouth yelling ¡”Ladrón! – Thief!” And Christopher Columbus pointing says “¡Pa’alla! – Over there!”
This mornings panoramic sun rise over the Fortaleza Ozama The faces that adorn the front gate of the Cathedral Metropolitana Santa María de la Encarnación, Catedral de Santo Domingo, Primada de América/ Cathedral of Santo Domingo, The First in America. (more information about the Cathedral Santa Maria)