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November 17, 2009
  • Ocean World events
  • AA increases flights for December
  • World Travel Market hailed as success
  • Adrian Tropical Christmas
Ocean World events
From 1 November until 15 December, Ocean World Adventure Park, Marina & Casino in Cofresi, Puerto Plata is offering several combos and special offers. For instance: dolphin encounter plus sea lion or shark encounter for US$119 adults and US$99 children. Or the dolphin swim + sea lion or shark encounter for US$175 adults and US$130 children. The Park also features its Bravissimo Show, a Las Vegas-style show with 30 dancers on stage and 120 costumes. This offer includes unlimited rum drinks and beer during the show, plus a souvenir picture. The offer also comes with free access to the casino with US$ match bet coupon, free access to the Lighthouse Lounge & Disco and roundtrip transportation from nearby hotels for only US$45. For an additional US$25 you will also enjoy a delicious dinner before the show, in an elegant environment overlooking the Ocean World Marina, and unlimited rum and beer during dinner and show.
And for those into gaming excitement, on 21 November, Ocean World Casino presents RD$1 Million Poker Tournament. It actually starts on Friday, 20 November at 7pm with the Last Chance Satellite Tournament, with a RD$3,000 + 300 buy in. The main event takes place on Saturday, 21 November at 3pm, the RD$1 million, with buy-in at RD$13,500 + 1,500. Entry fee includes 2 park tickets, 2 Bravissimo tickets and 1 OW Hat. All tournaments are No-Limit Texas Hold'em. For more information, call 809 291-2000 or see
AA increases flights for December
The annual December trips made by many Dominicans returning home for the holidays does not go unnoticed by American Airlines. The airline has announced an additional flight every day beginning on 20 December from JFK in New York to Santo Domingo's Las Americas International Airport. AA country manager Oliver Bojos said a Boeing 777, the largest aircraft in the American fleet, will be used on the new frequency and on Saturday flights all year round. AA has 5 customer service locations in the country, and operates from five international airports: Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, La Romana, Santo Domingo and Santiago.
World Travel Market hailed as success
Yesterday the World Travel Market came to a close and 17 Dominican hotels that took part came home happy. According to Diario Libre, the United Kingdom's main tourism fair was a success for Dominican businesses that made contacts with some of the major European tour operators. The 17 companies representing the Dominican Republic included hotels, tour operators, tourist service providers and travel agents. According to the vice president of sales for Casa de Campo in La Romana, they reached agreements with more than 15 tour operators, including a golf tournament in 2011. Punta Cana Group executive Alberto Abreu said that operators from Denmark and Sweden were among the tourists from non-traditional countries who made plans to visit the DR. The golf courses in the east were a big draw, according to the newspaper. Representatives from 187 countries took part in the World Travel Fair.
Adrian Tropical Christmas
It's a Green Christmas at Adrian Tropical restaurants with the launch of a booklet on Latin American and Dominican Christmas traditions. Visitors to the restaurant this week and especially on weekends in the Christmas season may receive a "Green Christmas" collection of poems on Christmas by Salome Urena, Fabio Fiallo and Ruben Dario, among others. The booklet also includes Dominican recipes and a coloring book section for the children. Marketing director Pedro Amoros says that the initiative seeks to tell Dominicans and visitors what is different about the Dominican celebration of Christmas. Christmas music plays at the Dominican food restaurant and special combos of "pollo a la puya" and "cerdo a la puya" are served on Fridays. But there will also be Christmas specials every day: stewed pheasant, grilled pork chops and tropical conch, all served with a Presidente beer.
Kin Sanchez, editor of the booklet, said their aim is for Dominicans to value their own culture. He explained the collection of traditional songs. "Before being global, we have to be national and not lose our own identity," he said. In the process of researching the booklet they discovered that many great Latin American writers had covered the story of Christmas, "the most beautiful story in the world."
If you do not get a complimentary booklet with your menu, ask the waiter for a copy.

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