Stories about Dominican Republic from September, 2008
Dominican Republic: Schoolchildren Milk Found on Beach
Paolah of Ahi e Que Prende [es] writes about the discovery of milk used for schoolchildren on Juan Dolio beach in the Dominican Republic.
Dominican Republic: Other Tourism Options
Tourism in the Dominican Republic is much more than the ocean and beaches, and Rocío Díaz of Monaco [es] thinks that there are other parts of the country that are worth promoting, such as San Pedro de Macorís and Montecristi for its exquisite architecture.
Dominican Republic: Blood Donation Needed
Remolacha [es] is a popular blog in the Dominican Republic, which writes about national news and international entertainment. However, it also provides some public service, such as this post asking for urgent blood donation for a citizen.
Caribbean: Hurricane Gustav
It's that time again - hurricane season - and while 2008 has produced a motley crew of storms in three short months, Gustav is the one that stands out. At least so far. Bloggers were bracing themselves for anything.
Dominican Republic: Sidewalks in Poor Condition
Rocío Díaz of Monaco [es] (National Movement for Community Action) writes about and posts photos of sidewalks in deplorable condition in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.