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    Can anyone tell me where Montellabo is and any ideas about the place?
    thanks,
    bob

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    Never heard of it, are you sure it is not Montellano?
    There can surely be a Montejabo somewhere as well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by carina
    Never heard of it, are you sure it is not Montellano?
    There can surely be a Montejabo somewhere as well...
    here is more info.
    LOS CIRUELOS, located between Puerto Plata and Montellabo

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    It's just a typo.
    Montellano is the actual name.
    It's located approx. halfway between Sosua & POP. has a large residential section, a sugar cane plant, as most of the land is covered in cane.
    What else would you like to know?
    Last edited by Rocky; 11-16-2005 at 02:06 PM.

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    Default They have a nice website, btw.


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    thanks Rocky...just wondering if it a decent place to live...seems this Swis Dr. needs someone to rent his house as he in not well and had to leave for Switzerland..will be up in Sosua next week for thanksgiving dinner and will go there.....
    thanks again,bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    It's just a typo.
    Montellano is the actual name.
    It's located approx. halfway between Sosua & POP. has a large residential section, a sugar cane plant, as most of the land is covered in cane.
    What else would you like to know?
    thanks Rocky...just wondering if it a decent place to live...seems this Swis Dr. needs someone to rent his house as he in not well and had to leave for Switzerland..will be up in Sosua next week for thanksgiving dinner and will go there.....
    thanks again,bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaguarbob
    thanks Rocky...just wondering if it a decent place to live...seems this Swis Dr. needs someone to rent his house as he in not well and had to leave for Switzerland..will be up in Sosua next week for thanksgiving dinner and will go there.....
    thanks again,bob
    It depends if the place is on the Dominican side of town or the Haitian side of town...

    Gregg

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireGuy
    It depends if the place is on the Dominican side of town or the Haitian side of town...

    Gregg
    Which is the Dominican side and which is the Haitian side? Spent a few weeks in Montellano last year and had no idea it was divided into "sides". I think I was at the Dominican side, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireGuy
    It depends if the place is on the Dominican side of town or the Haitian side of town...

    Gregg
    I was just speaking to my friend from Montellano today and she also mentioned that a lot of Haitians were settling down in certain areas of town.
    Bartolomeo

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