In this week’s ‘Memories of Casa de Campo’ Carol Burke our weekly writer, remembers Santo Domingo, a place commonly referred to as ‘la jungla‘ by us ‘campesinos’ who live outside of the ‘capi.’ It seems the Santo Domingo was a totally different, and dare I say it – a much nicer place 20 years ago…. […]
It’s Halloween week and so to help you get into the spirit of the party here Carol Burke brings us her photos and stories from the Halloween party of 1991!
In this week’s ‘Memories of Casa de Campo’ post, Carol Burke takes us on an amazing journey through Casa de Campo before it became modernised – Carol’s beautiful photos show us how Casa de Campo used to be…dirt roads and all! It’s absolutely incredible how much it has changed!
In this week’s ‘Memories of Casa de Campo’ Carol Burke remembers golfing on the Teeth of the Dog and the delights of dining at the Lago Grill restaurant.
Exactly 1 year ago this week, we published our very first ‘Memories of Casa de Campo’ article written by Carol Burke and illustrated with her impressive collection of Casa de Campo and La Romana photos from the 1980’s and 1990’s. We would like to take this opportunity to say a HUGE thank you to Carol […]
In this week’s ‘Memories of Casa de Campo’ post, Carol Burke, our weekly writer, writes about eating on Minitas beach at the Pescador restaurant, which has no become the BeachClub by Le Cirque. This article is Carol’s 51st article – meaning that this week we celebrate 1 year of publishing Carol Burke’s wonderful memories and […]
In this week’s ‘Memories of Casa de Campo’ post, our wonderful weekly writer and photographer, Carol Burke leads us through La Romana as a tourist in the 1980’s, complete with souvenirs and a trip to the post office!
In this week’s ‘Memories of casa de Campo’ post our wonderful weekly writer Carol Burke brings us photos and stories of down-town La Romana, which has now changed totally – many of the places Carol talks about have now disappeared altogether! For those of you who knew La Romana in the 1980’s this is a […]
In this week’s ‘Memories of Casa de Campo’ post Carol Burke, our weekly writer take us on a journey through La Romana in the 1980’s – it’s interesting to see how La Romana has changed. In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks. -– John Muir I’ve searched all the parks […]
In this week’s ‘Memories of Casa de Campo’ post Carol Burke, our weekly writer reminds us of the incredible beauty of Altos de Chavón – with it’s nooks and crannies, artistic creations and impressive architecture. The greatness of a craft consists firstly in how it brings comradeship to people. — Antoine de Saint-Exupery (French Pilot, […]
In this week’s ‘Memories of Casa de Campo’ post, our wonderful weekly writer Carol Burke shares with us photos and stories behind gifts given and received in Casa de Campo. If instead of a gem, or even a flower, we should cast the gift of a loving thought into the heart of a friend, that would be […]