Insider Secrets To Cheap Flights, Hotel Reservations and Car Rentals
The airlines downsized me with no warning, so I wrote this guide to get even. You will be outraged when you learn the truth about how much you are being overcharged by the airlines, hotels etc.

Downsized Travel Agent Reveals ALL!


August 3, 2010
  • The Butterfly Effect
  • Architectural routes in Santo Domingo
  • Caribbean arts at the Museum of Modern Art
  • AirTran's Atlanta-PUJ flight
The Butterfly Effect
The Butterfly Effect is in its second year in Cabarete, Puerto Plata. This worldwide movement brings women together for non-competitive ocean sport gatherings in coastal cities all over the world. The aim is to instill self-confidence and a love for the ocean in women of all skill levels. The Butterfly Effect also aims to work with the local community and offer free lessons/clinics for women and children. The Butterfly Effect began in Hawaii in 2007 by water women, Tatiana Howard and Juliana Shelef. Since then Tatiana and/or Juliana have flown to organize the event in Brazil, New Zealand, France, Oregon, Germany, Tahiti, Dominican Republic and Australia for group surf sessions and clinics. This year there will be windsurfing, kiting, stand up paddle, kayaking and laser sailing. Other locations for the Butterfly Effect this year are Hood River (Oregon), Maui (Hawaii), Italy, Brazil and Fiji.
http://betheeffect.com
Architectural routes in Santo Domingo
As part of the celebration of Santo Domingo 2010 American Capital of Culture, the Fundacion Palm, a group of architects that seek to create a local awareness of our architectural heritage, has prepared 5 Architectural Routes of Santo Domingo from August to December.
The first tour of the Colonial City was praised as mind-opening by all attending. It was guided by architect Jose Enrique Delmonte and Risoris Silvestre of the Ministry of Culture. The same tour will be held again on 10 October and 19 December. The next of the city architecture tours is the Gazcue tour, on 15 August (also on 24 Oct). A third Contemporary Santo Domingo Tour is scheduled for 29 August and 14 November. Another of the Periphery of Santo Domingo, is scheduled for 12 September and that of the city's High Rises will be on 19 Sept and 12 December. You need to book your tour with a week in advance, and these cost RD$500.
Contact 809 535-4941 or fundacionpalm.org
Caribbean arts at the Museum of Modern Art
The First International Triennial of Caribbean Art is opening at the Museum of Modern Art in Santo Domingo and will take place from 1 September to 24 October. The exhibition this year will focus on Art and the Environment. To be exhibited are works from the English, French, Spanish and Dutch-speaking Caribbean, from the Great Caribbean (Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela) and Central America.
The event is organized by a committee made up by Maria Elena Ditren, director of the Museum; Amable Lopez Melendez, chief curator of the Museum of Modern Art; Marianne de Tolentino, director of the National Gallery of the Palace of Fine Arts (Bellas Artes); Sara Hermann, secretary of the Association of Dominican Art Critics; Abil Peralta Aguero, cultural coordinator for the Chamber of Deputies; Dustin Munoz, deputy director of Bellas Artes; and Rafael Read, cultural representative of the city government of Santo Domingo.
Among the artists that will be participating are: Tony Capellan (DR), Maria Fernanda Cardoso (Colombia), Luis Cruz Azaceta (Cuba), Philippe Dodar (Haiti), Tirzo Martha (Curacao) and Pepon Osorio (Puerto Rico).
For more on upcoming events, see http://www.dr1.com/calendar
AirTran's Atlanta-PUJ flight
AirTran Airways announced it is adding twice-weekly flights to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic from Atlanta starting 16 February 2011. AirTran serves four other Caribbean destinations: Aruba, Cancun, Mexico, Montego Bay, Jamaica and Nassau/Paradise Island, Bahamas.
AirTran Airways is a low-fare airline designed for leisure and business travelers alike, offering business class, new planes with Wi-Fi, XM Satellite Radio and EasyFit Overhead Bins, assigned seats, and our accommodating frequent flier program A+ Rewards.
AirTran Airways' mix of low fares and an affordable Business Class with excellent customer service and one of the world's youngest all-Boeing fleets has continued to strike a chord with the public.

Advertise FAQ News Archives Unsubscribe Home Page