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Damaly Gonzalez

Damaly Gonzalez is a traveler, Latino culture lover, yogi and mentor director. Born and raised in Williamsburg, Brooklyn from Puerto Rican parents. Damaly, which means beautiful vision in Arabic, has been around the world, everywhere from Brazil to India. In the Summer of 2012, after deciding to quit her two jobs, she backpacked the Caribbean for 4 months. Her website, BackpackingtheCaribbean.com, is a travel guide on Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. She plans to backpack Cuba soon and is okay if she is not allowed back in the country. You can follow her life and travel journeys on Instagram @damaly.

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