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SnapShots: An Expat Thanksgiving at Cabarete Beach

Talk to most expats and what they’ll tell you they miss most when living abroad are the special moments they miss back home; holidays probably being the biggest and hardest. With holidays come attached nostalgia, memories, and traditions and moving away from that could be impossibly hard but our community at CMS and our Annual Thanksgiving at Cabarete Beach hasn’t been your typical expat holiday. It has all the feels of a family dinner with with none of the mess or...

DR Guide: Eating My Way Through Cabarete

In honor of one of our readers who just recently moved to Dominican Republic, specifically to the awesome town of Cabarete, I thought I’d publish this piece today. Congratulations on the move… I think you’ll love it there! My favorite thing about vacation (and island living) besides umbrella drinks is eating. I love the possibility of new restaurants and that feeling I get when I open a new menu and find something delicious to rave about. Even better is when...

Olympics of Gobble Proportions

(As published on Women Who Live on Rocks.)  As do other expats, we have to pick and choose the holidays we go home for; we can’t have ’em all. Christmas is mine. Maybe someday, if we live further away, I’ll have to miss it, but for now – living on a rock that is only a 4-hour flight home – expect me home for the holidays and have a glass of coquito* waiting for me by the Christmas pine. What...

SnapShots: Cabarete Thanksgiving Weekend

Cabarete Thanksgiving Weekend in pictures. Great way to spend the holiday.. Ok. Maybe this picture doesn’t show how great the weekend was but it does show the camaraderie of CMS. Within minutes of our blowout, 4 cars pulled over to help. Check me out in the background holding the babes. About this set of photos: The drive to Cabarete. The views were great but the blowout tire on the way there was not. Even worse, we didn’t have a spare. #nobueno...