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Paradise Island, Dominican Republic: Uncommon Envy

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Santo Domingo’s South Bay Rum – Small Batch, BIG Sweetness

One thing I can definitively say about South Bay, though, is that it's all kinds of sweet... intensely so!
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Kirk and Sweeney 12YO, Fine DomRep Rum from California

For 2015, one rum simply deserves a little extra recognition. Its name: Kirk and Sweeney.
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Cerveza Presidente, Gringo Beer With a Doubly Dark Past

Beer and politics tend to make strange bedfellows, no Caribbean brew embodying this more than the Dominican Republic's beloved Presidente.
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atop the Caribbean on Pico Duarte, Dominican Republic by Patrick Bennett
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Taking it all in atop the Caribbean on Pico Duarte, Dominican Republic

Sitting atop Pico Duarte, the tallest peak in the Caribbean, is just one of many awe inspiring West Indian experiences found nowhere else in the world.
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La Boca Del Diablo by Patrick Bennett
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Do You Dare Shout At The Devil at La Boca Del Diablo?

If you could have a chat with the devil, what would you tell him? Shout at the Devil at Le Boca del Diablo on the Samana peninsula of the Dominican Republic.
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Langosta Roja in the Dominican Republic, Not Your Ordinary Red Lobster

American brands aren't always what they seem in the Caribbean. Sometimes, as with a restaurant in the DR for the uncommon seafood lover in you, they're better.
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Los Biembiens in Bahoruco, Dominican Republic – Beware the Haunted Caribbean

The Bahoruco region of the Dominican Republic sounds perfect for nature-loving uncommon travelers... unless you believe the legend of the Biembien.
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Los Hermanos Guillén ceramics Santo Domingo by Patrick Bennett
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Los Hermanos Guillén: Throwing Authentic Taíno Pots to Palos

Over the past 3 generations, Los Hermanos Guillén have collected and reproduced native Taíno ceramic art preserving the history of Hispañola.
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