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Moon Dominican Republic (Moon Handbooks) Paperback – October 25, 2016
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About the Author
While writing and researching this edition, Lily spent a full year living in the Dominican Republic and traveled the entire country solo, in addition to her past visits. Her Spanish fluency helps her blend in like a local, finding those uncrowded spots that travelers crave and capturing the nuances of Dominican culture. Her favorite region is the Puerto Plata coast, for its diverse landscape, cultural activities and proximity to the Cibao Valley. Lily's writing and photography on the Dominican Republic and other Caribbean destinations have been published in Sunday Times Travel Magazine, AFAR, Here & Beyond Magazine, CNN Travel, BBC Travel, MorningCalm Magazine, Every Day With Rachael Ray, The Travel Channel, New York Magazine, American Way, and others. She is also the 2016 recipient of the Marcia Vickery Wallace Memorial Award for Excellence in Travel Journalism, awarded by the Caribbean Tourism Organization and the Jamaica Tourist Board. When not living in the United States, Lily splits her time between the Dominican Republic and Belize.
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As with all Moon Guides, Girma looks deeply into DR cuisine, culture, activities, social impact tourism, and more. When you delve into this guide, you'll learn all you need to know to visit the DR - and then some. It's pure travel inspiration, showcased by an travel expert's extensive experiences. Highly recommended.
Didn't like flipping around so much in the book to find info about a certain thing - too many references throughout the book - better to be consolidated.
Wanted local maps.