For all you fellow weather-watching fanatics (at this time of year if you live in Casa de Campo or the Dominican Republic – you should be!), I bring you good news! Tropical Depression 14 has now developed into Tropical Storm Maria as predicted, but she is no longer predicted to become a hurricane at all! […]
On Friday and Saturday the 12th and 13th of August the Orfanato Niños de Cristo, Orphanage in La Romana town near Casa de Campo welcomed visitors and their pets for a magical weekend of fun and games!
On Thursday the 1st of September the 34th Annual International Tennis Tournament “Copa Proseguros – Casa de Campo” was officially inaugurated at the La Terraza Tennis Club in Casa de Campo.
UPDATE, 2.30pm Tuesday 6th September The “Tropical Wave” now has a 90% chance of developing into a Tropical Cyclone…….see below for a full update With Hurricane Katia whirring around above us in the Northern Atlantic ocean, causing impressive waves and a nasty storm surge on the Northern side of the Dominican Republic – it’s time […]
Approximately 5 hours ago I published an article speculating about a “Tropical Wave” hovering about in the Atlantic Ocean. At the time, this “Tropical Wave” had a 70% chance of developing into a “Tropical Cyclone” – well now, just a few hours later she has already blossomed into “Tropical Depression 14” and is within the […]
Now that Hurricane Katia has passed to the North of the Dominican Republic, leaving us very definitely out of the “danger Zone”, we can look forward to a serene fun week in Casa de Campo la Romana in the Dominican Republic!
To be brutally honest, “Hurricane Irene” was a bit of a non-event in Casa de Campo and La Romana. Despite initial predictions that the Hurricane would cross directly over the Dominican Republic, our prayers were answered when she veered North and her centre crossed across the top/North of the Dominican Republic – more than 200km […]
In the name of art and having a good time, Gael Monnin and Jose Buera hosted a cocktail/party to celebrate the opening of their 6th annual Haitian Art exhibit, which was on display in Casa de Campo from Saturday the 27th of August until Monday the 29th of August.
Hurricane Katia, the second hurricane of the Atlantic Hurricane season, is to be perfectly honest a bit of a worry…..despite predictions that have her sailing North of the Dominican Republic, I can’t help but think – what if??
On Thursday the 8th of September, the Altos de Chavón art gallery will be inaugurating it’s new art gallery exhibition ‘Artistas Cubanos en Chavón’ and you are cordially invited to enjoy the celebration!
On Tuesday the 16th of August the “26 Bienal Nacional de Artes Visuales” art exhibit was officially inaugurated in Santo Domingo’s Museum of Modern Art with 27 graduates from the Altos de Chavón School of Art and Design exhibiting in the show!