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    Quote Originally Posted by joe View Post
    Why????? No slur intended. Don't get your toque in a knot eh.
    Lot's of snow flakes out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamCity View Post
    We can observe the growing number of Canadian expats in Sosua and Cabarete area.
    Probably Sosua can be called a Canadian Village soon
    So we just wonder whether you guys have your own spot to hang out. Some place (bar, cafe, restaurant or whatever) where you get together to share the latest Canada related news, the elections, to exchange advice and recommendations about your expat life or enjoy watching hockey games after all? In case there is no place in town, whether you will be interested in sort of Canadian community center?
    Any opinion is very welcome, thank you in advance.
    Jolly Roger Resturant & Bar 11 Pedro Clisante, Sosua

    Kelly and Patty, Canadian owners

    http://www.jollyrogersosua.com/

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    No disrespect to the OP but I don’t spend time in the DR hanging with other Canadians. I have a few Canadian expat friends and I enjoy their company every now and then. Most of my time is spent exploring the country, learning the language and culture, and enjoying the sights and sounds of this increadibly diverse country. To each his own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamCity View Post
    We can observe the growing number of Canadian expats in Sosua and Cabarete area.
    Probably Sosua can be called a Canadian Village soon
    So we just wonder whether you guys have your own spot to hang out. Some place (bar, cafe, restaurant or whatever) where you get together to share the latest Canada related news, the elections, to exchange advice and recommendations about your expat life or enjoy watching hockey games after all?






    In case there is no place in town, whether you will be interested in sort of Canadian community center?
    Any opinion is very welcome, thank you in advance.

    Just wondering who is we... The sales team from the DreamCity project?

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    read the thread title before posting, kids. i was kind but enough is enough.

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    Thank you everyone for the contribution.

    The Checkpoint Bar was a nice discovery, have never paid much attention to this small place and now will definitely visit it. Looking forward to connecting with all Canadians. Thanks again.

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    This is a headscratcher for me. Why come to a foreign country only to hang out with your fellow countrymen??
    Kind of reminds me of my military time in GE, where a lot of the barracks rats would spend their entire tour eating nothing but burger king and drinking budweiser, Instead of hanging at a local gasthaus enjoying a tasty jaejerschnitzel, and piesporter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROLLOUT View Post
    This is a headscratcher for me. Why come to a foreign country only to hang out with your fellow countrymen??
    Kind of reminds me of my military time in GE, where a lot of the barracks rats would spend their entire tour eating nothing but burger king and drinking budweiser, Instead of hanging at a local gasthaus enjoying a tasty jaejerschnitzel, and piesporter.
    exactly. staying home should be cheaper...

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