Here is more of that sexy Jamaican, Naje!!!
Friday, July 26, 2013
Tuesday, July 23, 2013
The Ministry of Culture announces the celebration of the Regional Biennial of Dominican Sweets in Santiago for Wednesday, 24 July and Thursday, 25 July. The event is specially dedicated to Zunilda Guillen, Dona Nenita. It will take place at the Palacio Consistorial in Santiago, facing Duarte Park. Some 30 participants from 14 provinces of the central region will present their sweets all day. This is an event that should not be missed.
Monday, July 22, 2013
The Ministry of Tourism announced that the 2013 Merengue and Caribbean Beats Festival will take place this year at the Plaza Juan Baron of the Malecon of Santo Domingo facing the Caribbean Sea on 2 and 3 August. The event is held to celebrate the anniversary of the city of Santo Domingo. This year the anniversary falls on a Monday (5 August). The event is sponsored by Brugal Rum and the Ministry of Tourism.
Booked for the event are Diomedes & Grupo Mio, El Jeffrey, Joel Santos, Ramon Orlando, Vakero, Los Potros, El Poeta Callejero, Miriam Cruz, David Kada, Pochy Familia & La Coco Band, and the Ministry of Tourism Folklore Dance Group.
The Ministry says there will be firework shows after the closing performance.
Thursday, July 18, 2013
PLEASE BE CAREFUL WHEN BROWSING CONTENT ON MYVIDSTER OR VIEWING CONTENT UPLOADED TO OTTHER SITES FROM MYVIDSTER. THEY HAVE A SERIOUS INVASION OF MALWARE AND RANSOMWARE THAT WILL INFECT YOUR COMPUTER AND BLOCK YOU OUT OF IT.
Tuesday, July 09, 2013
Aquamundo at Santo Domingo's Sambil Mall opens to the general public on Wednesday, 10 July. The new aquarium features colorful and out of the ordinary fishes, turtles, eels, stingrays and sharks from seas and oceans all over the world. A US$4 million investment, it is said to include 1,500 species from all around the world. The center also has a collection of over 2,500 fish and marine creatures. The aquarium even has a sea tunnel with 15 live sharks.
Guides accompany the visitors and provide explanations about the fish, where they come from, and their particular characteristics. There is a tank with lionfish, one with live corals, and a touch area where children can pet the stingrays. The tour includes crossing through a submarine, where children can touch the controls.
Opening hours are 10am to 9pm and the cost is RD$500 for adults and RD$350 for children.
The aquarium was custom built by International Concept Management (ICM), which also built the Sambil archway tank with over 500 fish that has been on site since the opening of the mall in November 2012.