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Job in Punta Cana: Coffee Shop Manager wanted!

Work as a Coffee Shop Manager in Punta Cana! Breakers Café pride themselves in giving good service and serving good quality food. In fact, the concept is simple: tasty food made from fresh products, good coffee, tasty juices, and a good service with a casual and relaxed vibe. Read more to apply for this cool…

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March 12, 2019

Breakers Café: “It’s good because we care!”

Punta Cana is growing every day. This means there are always new places to visit and things to do in town. Today, we want to introduce you to a wonderful new breakfast and lunch place that will have your taste buds craving for more. It is called Breakers Café! A cool spot in Bavaro. Let’s…

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February 23, 2019

Jenni and Jace: “We hang on to what we really enjoy doing”

In BOP faces we talk to local legends: the people of Punta Cana that make this place so special. In this edition: Artists Jace and Jenni on their love for performing hip hop and r&b, hostel life and getting their spot in the Punta Cana music scene. “Baby if you give it to me, I’ll…

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April 28, 2018

BOP’s weekly: things to do in Punta Cana 16 – 18 March 2018

We’re back for the weekend – yasss! We will have you warming up for Semana Santa this weekend with an abundance of cool places to visit. Enjoy wine and mozzarella, relax at a beach bar, and do some golfing to get you in the mood for the GPA golf tournament. Enjoy these fun things to…

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March 16, 2018

Things to do in Bávaro

Let’s discover all lively neighbourhood Bávaro has to offer. About 35 years ago, this part of Punta Cana was still being built, and mostly inhabited by the people who worked in the resorts. Today, Bávaro offers many things to do. After this adventure, you’ll know Bávaro inside out. Good morning, Bávaro! Your morning ritual starts…

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February 26, 2018

Juan Bautista: “I was born in the jungle of Bavaro”

In this edition of BOP faces, we take you back into time. Juan Bautista was born in Bavaro, Punta Cana and saw it develop from a young age. No schools, no roads, no hotels, no buildings, just jungle. “Sometimes I did not see money for years. Not one single peso. Nothing. Or I would not see a single person for years other than my family.” Juan Bautista (55), proudly stands in the little shop where he works in Bibijagua. He is surrounded by bottles of Mamajuana, organic Cocoa butter, and cigars. It is the place he has been working for 18 years. Here everyone calls him Cigolo and he is also known as the Mamajuana man since he makes this local drink himself. His friend Gringo, an American that has been living in the Dominican Republic selling tours, is there…

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February 17, 2018