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Inside a typical Colmado.This Colmado is located in Colonial Zone on the corner of Merino and Jose Gabriel Garcia. The man working here is showing a bottle of Presidente Cerveza and a bottle of Brugal Rum
Relaxing in front of a gallery on the street Isabel la Catolica in Colonial Zone. On this street in the Zone are located many gift shops.
Traditional Dominican dancers in traditional costume. Very bright and they are always smiling as they do their presentation. More on Dominican dance and music
A group of men hangin' out at the Colmado on a Sunday afternoon in Santo Domingo. This is a very typical scene and a good time.
"Pick up truck taxi service" Another form of public transportation. Also showing the Motoconcho Motorbike taxi service as well.
Celebrating the winning of a baseball game on the Malecon in Santo Domingo. After the game on the street celebration that is quite normal to see and fun to be involved in. Dominican baseball..
"Chicken Pluckers" This truck carries all that is needed to take the life of the chicken and prepare it for the buyer to take home and prepare dinner. The freshest chickens one can buy. One of the many Guagüita Anunciadora/Truck Vendors in this country.
The same Colmado. Chewing on a stick of caña/sugar cane. It can be a little hard to bite into but the sweetness is well worth the jaw ache.
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A group of people riding in a GuaGua going to Carnival in La Vega (Carnival pictures-new window). It was a great party the whole ride there.
A group of people gathering to watch Joselyn Payano and Junior Holguín in the "Glass House". This was a television reality show of a man and woman living for 1 month together in a glass house located on Calle El Conde in the center of the Colonial Zone. There was always a crowd watching the people along with the TV cameras always on. *Afternote-The people in the Glass House, who had never met before this show, ended up getting married about a year after the show ended. Happy endings do happen.
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