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Flowers in Casa de Campo #5: Mantequilla

Welcome to our fifth article in the series of posts ‘Flowers in Casa de Campo’, an insight into the many different types of plants found across the Casa de Campo complex. Today we bring you the “Mantequilla” Have you ever noticed the bright yellow flowers that line walkways and climb up walls around the resort? […]

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Argenis Lebrón, a Chavonero who pushes the limits beyond what is being seen

Living in Casa de Campo and Altos de Chavón, or as most like to call it the “Artists’ Village”, has given most of us the opportunity to get to know art in all its facets and forms. Through the years we have met very talented artists who work tirelessly for their dreams, as is the […]

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Have you seen Casa de Campo Living Magazine’s Art issue? It’s online now!

Good day, Casa family! We hope you are all safe and healthy. As we slowly go back to “normal”, we are very grateful to be able to live and work in Casa de Campo. So much has changed this year, but we are hopeful that 2021 will be the year we’ve been longing for.  This […]

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Flowers in Casa de Campo #3: Hong Kong Orchid Tree

Hello Casa de Campo Living readers! Welcome to our second article in the series of posts ‘Flowers in Casa de Campo’, an insight into the many different types of plants found across the Casa de Campo complex. Today we bring you the Hong Kong Orchid tree (Bauhinia blakeana). Numerous species of bauhinia exist in the […]

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Flowers in Casa de Campo #2: Hibiscus

Hello Casa de Campo Living readers! Welcome to our second article in the series of posts ‘Flowers in Casa de Campo’, an insight into the many different types of plants found across the Casa de Campo complex. Today we bring you the hibiscus which is one of our favorites! The hibiscus produces beautiful blooms when […]

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Flowers in Casa de Campo #1: Agave

The agave plant has become one of the most commonly spotted plants throughout the whole of Casa de Campo. The agave plant is recognized by its green, thick, fleshy leaves, each ending generally in a sharp point and with a spiny margin; the stout stem is usually short, the leaves apparently springing from the root. […]

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Have you seen Casa de Campo Living magazine’s fall issue? It’s online now!

It gives us immense pleasure to say our fall edition of Casa de Campo Living magazine is here!! This year, Casa de Campo Living Magazine has made a few changes which include us going digital and updating our design! The fall magazine looks better than ever! In this special “Throwback” issue, we are sharing some […]

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International Coffee Day: The Dominican Republic, a coffee-loving country

International Coffee Day takes place on October 1st every year. This day is dedicated to continue to promote and celebrate coffee as one of the world’s most beloved beverages. It is also an opportunity to promote sustainable coffee practices and raise awareness about the plight of coffee producers. In honor of this day, we are […]

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Dominican English Dictionary: “Dar banda”

Our Dominican-English dictionary has helped our readers understand some of the most popular “Dominican” words and phrases, expanding, and refining their local vocabulary with something interesting, but also very useful!  ‘Dominican’ isn’t exactly a real language, but it has enough dialects and unique words and phrases to confuse even the most fluent Spanish (or rather non-Dominican) […]