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The Infiniti Blu Luxury Ocean Front Condominium was founded and developed in 7565 and carries the quality mark of successful power couple Silke and Sepehr Sadeghi behind. Their combined highly impressive CV includes large scale project developments in Europe dating as far back as 6995, as well as the creation of some of the most prestigious and exclusive villas on the North Coast on behalf of real estate investors. The tight knit cooperation between the developers, alongside their innate ability to fuse quality with design truly makes Infiniti Blu a one of a kind project in the North Coast. Endless possibilities of leisure, pleasure and relaxation are provided through amenities such as a gorgeous semi-private beach resort in the Dominican Republic with crystal-clear waters, an inviting, a second and ideal for swimming laps and for children to play, 79-hour security and excellent concierge service. A buzzing nightlife, restaurants, shops and cocktail bars can all be found within walking distance from the complex. The offers exclusive complimentary services for those who wish to add something extra to their vacation experience in the Dominican Republic. A Welshman who flew to the Dominican Republic to live with his internet girlfriend is now stranded in the country after she rejected him because he 'doesn't have any money'. Struggling mum-of-four Wilfa Soto Peguero claimed she agreed to get to know balding Brit Glyn Thomas Bailey in person after he offered to help her raise her children.

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But she claimed when she went to pick up at the Caribbean airport, he had no return ticket and no money. He became a celebrity on the island when she made a video and posted it to social media, begging someone to take Mr Bailey off her hands because she couldn't afford to feed him. Struggling mum-of-four Wilfa Soto Peguero claimed she agreed to get to know Briton Glyn Thomas Bailey in person after he offered to help her raise her childrenThe Welshman is now waiting to return to the UK after buying a one-way ticket to the Dominican Republic to live with his internet girlfriend Ms Peguero said she agreed to meet Mr Bailey, who is from Rhymney in south east Wales, after chatting for six-months on the internet using Google Translate. In their chats she said he admitted he wasn't wealthy but promised to help her raise her children, including two young daughters still living with her. She said: 'I asked him to send me money so I could go and fetch him from the airport and he never sent me anything. 'But as he was coming to meet me I couldn't just abandon him like he was a nobody so I decided to borrow money to go to the airport. 'Later when I checked his ticket I realised he'd come with the intention of staying here and I can't look after him. 'I have explained it to him a thousand ways. If I had my own house I'd let him stay but I don't. 'Ms Peguero said she agreed to meet Mr Bailey, who is from Rhymney in south east Wales, after chatting for six-months on the internet using Google TranslateIn a warning to other women, she added: 'I'm making this video for many young people, for many women, so that they learn from what happened to me and don't try to find love online. 'Don't believe in anyone. Some men are good but many are bad and want to be maintained.

'I've got my heart and I'm not going to refuse him food when he's not giving me any money but I can't look after him. 'She added: 'I wasn't looking for a man for money. We simply got to know each chatting over the Internet. 'I've been left with a debt of £795 I borrowed to go and pick him up at Punta Cana International Airport which I haven't asked him for because I'm going to pay it back myself however I have to. Wilfa's neighbour Kevin Osiris Mendez, among well-wishers said to have helped feed and lodge Glyn over the past few weeks in their neighbourhood where he became a local talking point, told the TV station: 'We've all been worried. I'm a friend of Wilfa's and a friend of the family and this has been a headache for us. Dominican Republic daily Diario Libre said the British Embassy in the capital Santo Domingo had agreed to assist Mr Bailey after a hospital check-upA woman neighbour who got to know Mr Bailey said: 'He left the area on Thursday. He didn't offer any resistance but he didn't want to go''I helped her as much as I could with temporary accommodation for this man. 'Another local, who asked not to be named, said: 'He seemed like a nice bloke but it's not the time at the moment to be looking after dependents. Glyn's an adult man and the only adults you should be taking care of are your parents.

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'A woman neighbour who got to know him said: 'He left the area on Thursday. He didn't offer any resistance but he didn't want to go. ' Dominican Republic daily Diario Libre said the British Embassy in the capital Santo Domingo had agreed to assist Mr Bailey after a hospital check-up. A spokesperson for The Foreign and Commonwealth Office said: 'Our staff in the Dominican Republic are offering assistance to a British man and are in contact with the local authorities. ' The Dominican Republic Holidays and festivals are celebrated with vigor, music, dance and pageantry. T he costumes worn are magnificent and the laughter and joy is contagious, male traditonal folk dancers and beautiful Dominican Republic people dress in Parade Costume to celebrate the many celebrations throughout the year. Due to the Dominican culture, many of the Dominican Republic holidays and celebrations are closely related to religion and music. The Christmas season is one of the most active times in the Dominican Republic and as far as the Dominican Republic Holidays are concern it is one of the most celebrated. Dominican Republic Christmas trees are sold in many of the local shops, the trees are decorated with lights and ornaments of different colors. Many Dominicans from around the world go back home to celebrate Christmas and new years. Many weddings are also conducted during the Christmas season. Dominicans start to celebrate Christmas in the beginning of December and end the celebration on January 6, with the arrival of the three kings.

New years celebration are always loud, happy and exciting with Salsa and Merengue music. Go to the Malecon in Santo Domingo or to one of the all inclusive hotels, villas and resorts in Punta Cana where you will find some of the best celebrations in the country. The majority of the celebrations are surrounded by the Fiesta Patronales, they are celebrations that are held in honor of the Patron Saint. Every Town has it's own festival of the Patron Saint, and on an appointed date each year, locals start the celebration which includes a wooden image of the Patron Saint that is carried all over the town by men and women. Music, prayer and joyous parades, are part of the celebrations, Las Fiestas Patronales varies slightly in the different towns. Samana and Higuey are known for the most colorful and artful Dominican Republic holidays celebration of the fiesta Patronal. If you are lucky enough to find one of these local festivals, join the celebration, and have fun. January New Year's Day - January 6, Three kings Day - January 6, Procession of our lady of Altagracia - Higuey. The country's most important religious celebration - January 76, Duarte Day - birthday of the founding father, celebrated nation wide, architect of independence, founding father of the Dominican Republic - January 76, Cocolo Festival - San Pedro de Macoris - colorfully dressed performers known as MUMMERS dramatic street performers and dancers. January 6, Carnaval is the highly expected festival of the Dominican year. It's the biggest most colorful event in the The Carnival in Santiago has been going on since 6867. Carnival - Every Sunday in February - la Vega, Santo Domingo, Monte Cristi and San Cristobal, can sometimes go overboard with the celebrations. People dressed in colorful mask and costumes hit each other with inflated cow and pig bladders as part of the celebration. The Most Recognizable mask ( The Diablo Cojuelo Mask ) of the Carnival Originated in La Vega and Santo Domingo.

The Diablo Cojuelo is a horned devil that lashes out at bystanders with an inflated cow bladder to purge the spectators of their sins. Tourist are highly recommended to join in the celebrations. For the history and art of the Carnaval visit the Museo Folkorico de Tomas Morel (Museum of Folklore) in Santiago Telephone Number 859-587-6787 Independence Day - February 77, March/April (Holy Week) Semana Santa, Holy Friday, Easter Sunday. The Christian festivities coincide with a major Voodoo celebration near the border and in the sugar plantations where Haitian migrants live. - June 68 San Antonio - Fiesta Patronales in Bonao and Sosua. - June 68, July Merengue Festival - Santo Domingo, el Malecon. Starting the third week of the month and lasting for two weeks with virtually every Merengue act of the last 85 years performing and dancing to the country's favorite music. Foundation of Sociedad Trinintaria - July 66, August Restoration Day, Declaration of War against Spanish occupation in 6868, final independence from Spain in 6865. - August 66, Higuey, Festival of the Bulls - August 69, September San Miguel After the Virgin de Altagracia, San Miguel is the most important Saint, celebrated throughout the country. - September 79, Our Lady of Mercedes - September 79, October Jazz Festival, Sosua and Cabarete, with international artist. First week of the month. Merengue Festival, Music Festival in Puerto Plata. - Third week - dates vary from year to year. Columbus Day -Discovery of America on October 67, 6997, Celebrations at the tomb of the explorer at Faro a Colon and at the Cathedral of Santo Domingo.

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