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We are now back and recovered from 3 weeks of mayhem with our friends in the US and Caribbean. Wow! We visited a place we've had on our bucket list for some time, New Orleans, Louisiana. What a cool city! Can't wait to share stories and pics. Then we were off to Cancun for T&A's 10 year anniversary....can you believe it's been 10 years already?? It was so amazing to see everyone - we love all of our friends! And we met some amazing people this trip from all over the US and some new friends from the UK. Had a pretty wild excursion that we will tell you about while we were in Cancun. It was extra special to have two friends from our Saudi compound, Hayden and Christy, join us in Cancun and Miami. Miami was once again a great stop before heading back to Saudi. Stay tuned for stories, pics, and some pretty cool videos.
Bahrain Brunches in January
We did a couple brunches in January, both at an Irish pub we love called McGettigans. The first was a random "20BD ($53 US) all you can drink from 5-8PM" deal, and the second was for Hayden's birthday. There was a large group of his friends who were there for this one, and as you can imagine, it got a bit out of control! Mixed in these brunches were visits to a few other pubs with friends! Damn we wish our Canadians friends could experience these gong show parties!
We finally made our way to New Orleans. Also known as "The Big Easy" or "NOLA", this incredible city just celebrated it's 300 year birthday.
We stayed in the French Quarter right on Bourbon Street and had our first introduction to how wild the street is on our first night. 10:30PM, after travelling for over 30 hours, our cab suddenly stops and says Bourbon Street is under construction and he can't go any further. We will have to walk the next 3 blocks to our hotel. That doesn't sound too bad, but try rolling 2 suitcases each through a packed mob of drunks on Bourbon Street, all while trying to roll the luggage wheels over the empty glasses, bottles, and random beads lying on the streets. Jeff decides he wants to go experience the party but Lisa has other ideas, like sleep. Jeff submits as we try to fall asleep while the shit show is happening right outside our window.
We get up the next day to go experience the city, and quickly realize that a party of that stature leaves a hell of a mess on the streets - see some of the pics to see the carnage. Yes, every morning people were out moving all the garbage off the streets and pressure washing who knows what off the street and into the drains.
We did lots of walking and one day even took a tour of the city. Here are some highlights:
Loved NOLA and will be back. This time with friends. And for round 2 of the party...
We left left New Orleans and had a couple days in Cancun before the T&A gang showed up. Had a great couple days hanging out at the resort and enjoyed a fun catamaran with some wild people.
Saturday - time for the T&A gang to arrive. 10 years of shenanigans. It started in 2010 in Cabo and has wreaked havoc all over the Caribbean (and even Vegas & Nashville). See the pic of the coozie for locations.
The T&A crowd started arriving, starting with Dan & Marilyn from Chilliwack, BC.
Then Joe & Meghan arrived from Chicago, IL.
Mark & Gayle from Kansas City, MO.
Vern & Noreen from Humboldt, SK.
Hayden & Christy from South Africa, and now Saudi Arabia.
Anita and The Chart from Edmonton, AB.
Carl (The Chart's husband) from Cincinnati, OH.
Sara (Leduc, AB) and Nicole (Calgary, AB) arrived later in the week.
We also met some amazing people along the way. Hopefully, we didn't scare them away from future T&A trips. We even tattooed a little baby. She was very impressed by the group and wanted to join right away. She will most likely be leading the charge for T&A 2040.
The week went by so fast - tons of laughs along the way. Jeff was abandoned and had to eat Valentine's Day dinner by himself. Fuckers!
See below for stories, pics, videos on the foam parties, Coco Bongo, and the now infamous Isla Mujeres catamaran nightmare.
Enjoy....can't wait to see these awesome friends again soon! LOVE T&A!
Who doesn't love a foam party? There is absolutely nothing like seeing a bunch of grown adults play with balloons, throw water balloons, all while dancing and playing in foam to a bunch of music.
Catamaran Day to Isla Mujeres
We planned on a nice sunny catamaran excursion with snorkelling, an island shopping/bar trip, lunch on the island and then a cruise back to our hotel.
Unfortunately the weather gods had a different plan than us!
We all arrived at the lobby for the pre-arranged time and saw that it was drizzling and we couldn't tell if the sky was going to clear up or get worse.
Hmmm...what are our options?
a) stay inside and play games/drink and stay dry
b) go to the swim up bar - drink and get wet
c) go on the catamaran and see what happens - we're going to get wet anyway and the catamaran has unlimited drinks for us
The group decides to go for it and live life! Off to the boat we go. Rain gets stronger as we walk the pier to the boat. We all get on board and sit at the front out in the open so we're ready for the sun (when it shows up!)
We start sailing - we sail in between Cancun and the island Isla Mujeres - we can see both quite clearly, especially the massive hotels along the Cancun coastline. We can also clearly see an ominous black storm cloud straight ahead where we are going snorkelling.
No problem - the captain must know that all will be good & safe.
We quickly see heavy rain coming in the distance...so much that we can barely make out the large hotels in Cancun. Captain points and drives us straight ahead...straight into the black cloud and the rainfall.
Waves pick up, as we think about the movie "The Perfect Storm" and imagine Mark Wahlberg guiding his boat into the storm.
Suddenly the rain mist hits us. Then the heavy rain hits us. Then the rain gets harder and it feels like it's ripping our skin off. Luckily, some of us had the snorkel flippers to protect us (a bit!). The wind picks up and we all start getting cold. We now can not see anything but rain, crazy ass waves, and a bunch of cold people...all while the captain is pointing straight ahead and driving further into our death trap! We all move, single file from the front of the boat into the inside for shelter and what could very well be our last beers before dying.
Finally he says that we may not be able to snorkel. NO SHIT!
Then there is a bunch of yelling in Spanish as one of the ship mates jumps in the ocean with a bit machete and is swimming around. Turns out they dropped anchor to allow us to snorkel and the line is caught on something. We are stuck in the middle of the storm and can't leave. More beers please! Finally they cut the line and we are free to escape our imminent death!
We direct the ship mates to keep pouring the beers and direct the captain to get our wet asses to shore onto the island.
Relief! We make it to Isla Mujeres, walk through the flooded streets (see the video) and venture off to the first beach bar where we see that the sun is out. And it is warm! Awesome! Buckets of beer arrive before the clouds quickly roll in and we run inside for shelter from another downpour. Yes, we did rescue the lonely beer buckets so they didn't drown!
The excitement was not over. We met Katrina & Sean the day before in the pool and invited them. They joined the catamaran and while we were drinking in the shelter bar, nobody noticed that Katrina had wandered off to go buy her daughter a warm jacket. A while later she walks in, accompanied by Hayden & Christy, with her arm all bandaged up. She had slipped on the wet floor and fell on her arm. Poor girl - turns out it was broken in 4 places and she had to get it operated on once she returned home. What is it with T&A and broken arms? Well, nobody said it would be safe!
We boat over to another area on the island for lunch and then back to our hotel so we all can sober up, dry up, warm up, and so Katrina can go to the hospital to get some proper attention for her arm. I am sure the Riu hotel lost over 100 gallons of hot water with everyone rushing off to shower and warm up. Somehow, we passed out in our hot tub but luckily woke without drowning!
Yep, this day was way more memorable than a normal, shitty catamaran sunny day trip.
Who remembers those??? Just another great T&A story!
We finally visited the famous Coco Bongo bar in Cancun. $195US for the show and unlimited drinks and it was worth every single penny. Incredible atmosphere and music plus the show was amazing! So many flying acrobats and almost everyone of them had no safety harnesses to protect them.
Quite an experience - enjoy the videos below!
We spent a few days here with Hayden & Christy, staying in our old "stomping grounds" in South Beach. This is our 6th time and 3rd year in a row staying there - love the beach, shopping, restaurants, bars, and people watching here. If you're ever going to visit South Beach, reach out and we will share some "must do" places for drinks and food! We were happy to enjoy the breakfast from the Diner, the famous Cubano sandwich, and a great lunch at La Sandwicherie. As for drinks, I think the extra large mojitos, the bulldogs (margaritas/daiquiris with Coronas), and the Tropical Jungle Juice were crowd favorites! See the pics and video of the Tropical Jungle Juice. This was a beast of a drink!
We also took advantage of the NHL schedule to go see the Montreal Canadiens play the hometown Florida Panthers. The Habs got their asses kicked even though it felt like a home game with all the retirees from Canada in the area!
After a few weeks of 30 degree Celsius weather, we got ready to fly back to Saudi while H & Christy were off to Las Vegas. We checked the temperature in Vegas before leaving and lucky we did - they were flying into snowy weather with temperatures ranging from -2 to +7 Celsius. Poor guys quickly dug into their luggage to grab pants and jackets!
What a trip! Poor liver. Heading back to the sandpit.
Here are some of our upcoming travel plans - as always, please let us know if you'd like to join us on any of these adventures!
April 26 - Bahrain Tribfest - we love this great day out with friends and live music! Looks like another kick ass lineup. Really looking forward to seeing Pink again!
May 2019 - Greece - booked into Santorini for a few days (our hotel room is in a cave!), then over to Crete, then to Athens. First time in Santorini & Athens so we're looking forward to this.
June 2019 - Doing a fun adventure in Uganda - trekking with gorillas for one day, chimpanzees for one day, and lions for one day. See the video below for an example of the gorilla adventure. Should be awesome!
August 2019 - we're still planning these 3 weeks out but it looks like Lisa will visit her mom in Toronto and then fly to meet Jeff in Portugal, spend time there, then maybe to Morocco, and then off to Spain and south France.
September 2019 - we're going to Kiev, Ukraine for 6 days. Will probably do a day trip to Chernobyl.
November/December 2019 - Cape Town, South Africa - doing some wine tasting, shark cage diving, safaris, and enjoying the city. We haven't heard a bad word about Cape Town. Many people say it reminds them of a Mediterranean city. Looking forward to this one.
2020 - look out Australia...you're on our plans! T&A could be an option. Hoping to get to Calgary and the Montana cottage in the summer. Stay tuned.
We hope you enjoyed the stories and pics. We loved seeing all of our friends in Cancun and hope to see more of you on our future adventures.
Better get this uploaded and start packing. It's almost the weekend - another long weekend and we're off to Bahrain for a nice beach getaway.
Cheers and love from the sandpit...
Lisa & Jeff
T&A 2018 and the rest of spring
It's been a while since our last update and we've been pretty busy over December & January with friends in Saudi and also over in Bahrain and Dubai. We've just recovered from jet lag after our big trip to Jamaica and Miami to see friends. Here's some stories and pics from our past couple months...enjoy!
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December & early-January
We kept ourselves busy in December & January, having some Christmas celebrations and cocktails around the fire pit in Saudi and then heading across the causeway to Bahrain for drinks and brunches. Here are some pics...
Dubai - January 2018
We went to Dubai for a weekend in mid-January, as Lisa was getting certified to teach a Les Mills spin class. She was tied up Friday & Saturday working out and teaching spin 8am-4pm so Jeff had to find a way to entertain himself. One guess as to what he did? Lisa kicked ass in the class and now teaches at our compound. In Dubai, we found a cool area called Irish Village - an awesome pub with live music. We also found the Madinat Jumeirah souq, which has many shops and cool pubs along the water.
Our T&A group ventured to Negril, Jamaica for our 9th year! We stayed at the Riu Palace Tropical Bay.
We were joined by the following great people:
- Jeff from Vancouver
- Mark & Gayle from Kansas City
- Shane & Kelley from Kansas City
- Vern & Noreen from Humboldt, SK
- Nicole from Calgary
- Dan & Marilyn from Chilliwack, BC
As usual, there were a ton of laughs as we enjoyed the pool and the beach with our various sunglasses, outfits, and wigs. The pics tell the story...
We joined in the fun on foam parties at our resort and the sister Riu. It's incredible to watch adults act like kids in such an environment!
7 Mile Beach, The Caves, & Rick's Cafe
A few years ago, we visited 7 Mile Beach in Negril with Jeff's brother and friends. It is mind-blowing how clear the water is. So easy to see fish, crabs, and sting rays! We always wanted to go back and made sure to do a couple Beach Crawls this time, stopping at the vendors and bars along the beach. Lobsters for $20 and Red Strips for $2...tough to beat.
After the walk down the beach, we water taxied to our cab and stopped at the Xtabi Caves, which is a resort built into the caves along the Caribbean Sea. Incredible views. You really have to be careful in the caves, as the waves come crashing in and can knock you around. Our friend Jeff got hammered by a wave and blasted into the rocks....lost his iPhone to the sea but hung onto his Red Stripe. Veteran move!
Then it was onto Rick's Cafe to visit the famous location - great food, drinks, combined with one of the best sunsets you can see and some wicked cliff jumping. Lisa worked up the nerve to cliff jump, thanks to hours of liquid courage she was fuelling herself with.
The great day was topped off with a pit stop at Burger King on the way home so we could feast on Whoppers after a day of sun, drink, and other.
Floyd's Pelican Bar
We saw a Trip Advisor review on Floyd's Pelican Bar that said it was the "Coolest Bar on the Planet". Noreen had also seen it in an old Appleton rum commercial. It was worth the 90-minute drive from our hotel.
Here's the story on the bar...
Floyd Forbes dreamed about a magical bar built on stilts in the middle of the ocean. Well in 2001 his dream became a reality and the Pelican Bar was open for business. There’s always a bunch of pelicans perched on the rocky sandbar next to the bar, and that’s where it got its name “Pelican Bar.” In the beginning, the bar was mainly for Floyd and his fellow fisherman buddies. However, it didn’t take long before more than just fisherman wanted to grab a beer there. 16 years later Floyd still fishes and serves up beer out here, and in our opinion, his bar is one of the best things to do in Jamaica.
Due to the fact that the bar is in the middle of the ocean, it is subject to be damaged during hurricane season. In 2004 hurricane Ivan destroyed the original Pelican bar. Thankfully the local community came together to help Floyd rebuild. Jake’s Hotel in Treasure Beach donated new wood to help reconstruct the bar. Within a month after Hurricane Ivan, the Pelican bar was back in business. The bar has suffered storm damage since then but thankfully has survived all hurricane seasons since 2004.
The menu is simple: ice cold beer, rum punch, and fish. Nothing complicated and fancy here. There are only two things on the food menu, lobster & fresh fish.
It's a very cool place - no power at all. Freshly caught food is cooked on grills with propane. Beer and rum is kept cold in the cooler by ice. The stereo is powered by a car battery. We even got our names carved into the wood and put up a Riders license plate, thanks to Vern & Noreen for doing the research!
On the way back, we stopped along the road at D'Jamaican Bar & Jerk Centre, as we all needed to use the bathrooms and this was a convenient place to grab some food and re-fill on Red Stripes.
What a day! What an experience!
Miami - Feb/March
We went back to Miami for the 5th time. We love this city! Amazing people watching, good shopping, and kick ass restaurants and night life.
Every other time we've visited, we kicked ourselves for not going to the Everglades so we made sure to book a trip this year. Loved the experience and the gator show.
We also enjoyed watching Lisa's 1st NBA game - Miami Heat vs Los Angeles Lakers. Was a great time and even got to see Marc Anthony in the front row.
The rest of the time was spent on the beach, the pool, shopping, and sampling some of the great dining and nightlife of this awesome city!
We hope you enjoyed some of the stories, pics, and videos.
We're home for another week before we head to Jordan to visit the ancient city of Petra and also to float on the Dead Sea. Will post another blog once we return.
Hope you're all doing well and hoping that spring FINALLY comes for our friends in Alberta & Saskatchewan.
10 Years, T&A 2017 ... and more
It's been awhile since we last posted so we figured we better provide an update just to prove we're alive...
10 Year Anniversary - February 24, 2017
December & January in Saudi Arabia
Well, we made it through our first winter in the desert!
It is amazing how quickly you get climatized to temperature. We both know cold, having grown up in Saskatchewan and Ontario, but living 8 years in Vancouver turned us into wimps when it came to winter temperatures. 3 years in Winnipeg and 3 years in Edmonton changed that. After our summer heat here, we knew that we would find it tough when we eventually transition back to Canada or the US. Our average temperature May-October was around 35 celsius, with many days in July-Sept between 40 & 50. We dropped down in January to highs of 15-18 which felt cold. I know that sounds stupid when we are used to way colder winter temperatures in Canada, but we have indeed turned into official pussies. We had a day where the low was 3 degrees too. No snow, however. We did miss all the rain and flooding while away in the Caribbean. Saudi didn't plan for any drainage and they can flood quite easily.
The good news - today was 32 degrees and it's still in the high twenties at 7PM.
So, what did we do over Dec-Jan?
There was a great Christmas brunch put on at our compound restaurant with turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, etc. Jeff worked on the 25th and that week so wasn't staying out too late. He also worked on Jan 1st so our New Years was pretty lame. We made up for it, though, with a few trips to Bahrain. Enjoyed some pool time, cocktails, and some amazing meals. Found some great restaurants - Calexico (good Mexican food) and a South African restaurant called Meat Co. that has the best steak we've ever had.
On that note - Lisa is now eating and even craving steak. Also gin & tonic. WOW! Maybe sushi is next (fingers crossed).
We also enjoyed some cocktails around the fire pit at some friends homes. We just bought one for our back yard. Oh ya, we also moved into a bigger villa - enjoying it...a few steps from our pool!
We also got in a few rounds of golf, taking advantage of the cooler weather. It's enjoyable golfing when you're not sweating from 40+ degree weather with 90%+ humidity!
Lots of evenings were spent playing pool, BBQ'ing, and having cocktails outside by the swimming pools.
Lisa has been very busy - jogging, spin class, strength training keeps her going in the morning. Setting up the new place and keeping it clean keeps her occupied in the afternoon. She has been very busy researching and trying new recipes as well.
Jeff was busy with getting certified for his courses. He's now working on Project Management Essentials, which will make 100% certified for all the courses his team teaches. Others include 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Situational Leadership, Leadership Challenge, Introduction to Leadership Challenge, and Motivating Employees.
Here are a few pics from our "Saudi Winter"...
T&A Sunglasses Travel Group 2017 - Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
WOW! You can not believe how excited we were for this trip! Every year, the T&A trip is a classic, but this one was over the top! 27 great friends all gathered for an amazing trip! We met up with all of these awesome friends (in order of # of T&A trips):
- Mark & Gayle (from Kansas City, MO)
- Anita (Edmonton, AB)
- Vern & Noreen (Humboldt, SK)
- Jeff & Nicole (Vancouver, BC)
- Tami (Asheville, NC)
- Heather (Indianapolis, IN)
- Rob & Khole-Ann (Calgary, BC)
- The Chart (Edmonton, AB)
- Avi, Michele, Mya, Jade (Calgary, AB)
- Shane & Sara (Edmonton, AB)
- Dan ("Dusty Rider") & Marilyn (Chilliwack, BC)
- Nicole & her 2 daughters (Calgary, AB)
- John (Indianapolis, IN)
- Jen (Asheville, NC)
We also met some great new friends from Alberta, Ontario and PEI - hopefully they will join us next year! Let's make T&A2018 the biggest group yet! Save up now and start buying your sunglasses, masks, and kick ass mullets!
Anita from HR was also there to hand out violations (penalty = a shooter) for anyone ordering drinks at the swim-up bar without wearing the sunglasses.
A few great excursions...
Damajagua Waterfalls in Imbert - after an amazing 45 minute hike up the mountain, we jumped into the cold water - many cliff jumps and slides later, we all had an amazing time. The Chart even donated some extra money when her pocket ripped and a few fifties floated away. She's loaded anyway so she wasn't worried.
Sosua - always a win! Great beach and water. Snorkelling. Beach shrimp & fruit. Boat rides. Boogie boarding. Shopping. Massages (almost saw Vern get 'the complete' right in front of us). Set a beach record as well with 127 beers purchased. I blame that on Mark. Oh ya, and Gayle got pounded by a wave and lost her sunglasses. We all watched. Then laughed. Then went to see if she was OK. She was. Her glasses...not so much.
Here are some pics. Amazing times with amazing friends.
Miami - Feb.26-28, 2017
We stopped in Miami on our way back home. This is our 4th time here and one of our favourite cities. South Beach is one of the most amazing places for people watching. Great shopping. Great food. Great drinks. Great friends. Señor Frogs will never be the same!
Upcoming Travel - 2017
We've finally got some travel plans confirmed for the upcoming year - looking forward to some adventures to new places, some bucket list items, and our first visit back to CANADA since we moved.
March 30-April 3 - Prague, Czech Republic. Hearing lots of great things about this city. It's supposed to be clean and have lots of amazing architecture, combined with great and cheap beer. We've already booked into a beer spa (pictured below) and will do a city tour/castle visit the next day. Apparently, Prague has overtaken Amsterdam in terms of wild parties & clubs and is now the 'go to' spot for stags and stagettes. We will be the judge of how wild this place is. Stay tuned!
June 23-28 - Amsterdam. There's not too much that is not legal here. 5 days of fun on the way home. Enough said!
June 28-July 17 - Canada/US. Heading home to see friends and family, as well as some work colleagues. Will fly into Calgary and are hoping to make it to Regina for Canada Day to see the Riders open up their new stadium with a win over Winnipeg. Also looking to visit friends/family in Edmonton and family in Shaunavon and/or Vernon to see Dad, Arn, and the new nephew. Then off to the cottage at Whitefish, Montana for July 9-16. A week with friends and some R&R and B&B. You know what R&R is, and should now know that B&B is Beer & Bacon. Jeff flies back on the 17th via Seattle and Dubai. Lisa heads off to Ontario to see her Mom on the way back. Can't wait to see family and the best friends in the world!
August 30-September 9 - Kenya African Safari. Super excited to cross this off our bucket list. We are going to Kenya to see the Great Migration. We see a few sites in Nairobi, including an elephant orphanage and a restaurant called Carnivore, where you can eat zebra, giraffe, ostrich, and other wild game. Then we cross the equator and do a couple days safari. Then on to the Masai Mara to witness the Great Migration, which is considered to be the best game park in Africa and the greatest spectacle in the animal kingdom. We stay in open air tents for three nights and get to do a hot air balloon ride over the animals. Should be freakin' incredible!
Here are a few pics:
October 30-November 8 - Vacation time is booked but no plans yet. Options on the table include London, Ireland, Maldives, Thailand. Will wait to see.
T&A 2018 - looking to make this the biggest one yet. Will have an executive call soon to finalize details. Looking to make this the biggest one yet. February in Negril, Jamaica?? Stay tuned.
Well, it's time to get packed - we're heading to Bahrain this weekend to the Sofitel resort for brunch to celebrate a friend's birthday and to celebrate Paddy's Day with some Guinness and bacon. All you can eat, all you can drink, Paddy's Day. Trouble! Pics to come!
Stay tuned for the next post in early April with some pics and stories from Prague. Hope everyone is doing well! Cheers and love from the land of sun & sand...J&L
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OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE -
T&A announces the biggest and baddest trip ever for 2017!
Riu Bachata (Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic)
Jeff & Lisa will arrive Tuesday, Feb. 14, leave Sunday, Feb 26.
Mark & Gayle will arrive on Saturday, Feb.18, leave Sunday, Feb.26.
How is the resort?
It is an AWESOME resort. We've been there 4 times (a total of 8 weeks). 1 day of rain, the rest - hot, sunny, humid. Villa style accommodation. Killer party swim up bar. Access to all restaurants and bars at the Bachata, as well as the Merengue and Mambo. Look out for the annual famous pub crawl.
Some good excursions? There are city/school tours, a fun tour called Paradise Island, and a very fun road trip into Sosua.
Mark will send out the official Event invite soon - please click 'accept' once you have booked and also send arrival dates and time so our welcoming committee can meet you.
What to bring?
Watch our T&A videos and see the photos...you'll understand. This is about being fun and goofy, connecting with amazing people, and having the trip of a lifetime (until the next event!)
Questions that remain unanswered...
Will gravity affect Mark like it did in Puerto Vallarta? ill the crazy girls from Indy and North Carolina make it?
Will Anita, VP of HR, have to write up any tickets?
What witty comments will our Sasky friend Vern come up with?
Who will be the 1st to feel the wrath of the 151 rum or the mamajuana?
Will any of the "Jeff & Lisa Wedding" attendees make it for the 10 year anniversary?
Will Rob Hauta bring me 18 beers upon request at breakfast?
Will Dirty Den re-surface after going missing since Mazatlan?
Are Aston and Big Willmsy allowed back to that resort?
Will Kemper say he's coming and bail again?
Will the Jr's and Patel's join the renowned T&A Travel Club?
Who else will join for the first time??
All of these questions, and many more, to be answered soon!
For those of you flying from Alberta, please check out expedia.com or bookit.com, as there are some crazy deals right now from Calgary and Edmonton - 12 days for $1750 per person!
The 4 of us hope to see you all there!
Is there a Dominican Word of the Day??
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