Cabarete Surfcamp

Address: Calle Bahia 11, Cabarete, Dominican Republic | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B is located on Calle Bahia 11, Cabarete.
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    Travel Blogs from Cabarete

    Day 9

    A travel blog entry by julieericson on Jul 23, 2015

    ... but eventually we had to go out to get on the boat for snorkeling. The boat ride to the snorkeling spot was amazing and relaxing! I got a little sea sick once we anchored, but I just jumped in the water with all my snorkeling gear so I was fine. Snorkeling was cool but I had trouble breathing and my mouth piece was broken. It's also sort of gross because everyone bites the same thing that has been on a ton of other people's mouths. ...

    Day 8

    A travel blog entry by julieericson on Jul 21, 2015

    ... at the top and plants trees or something, but our group didn't. On the way down, I fell 2 times because I was running so fast to get out of this place. I was so relieved at the bottom, I bought two water bottles and drank them both on the spot. So. Thirsty. I fell asleep on the bus ride home, but woke up because there was a giant forest fire a mile or so from the side of the road and I had to close my window. When I got back, I showered, then ...

    Our last day of service

    A travel blog entry by smitherland on Jun 27, 2014

    10 photos

    ... Our last school day started with a pelota tournament. Last year the big sport on campus was basketball. Somehow this year the shift was made to playing baseball. It's hard for me to believe because these kids seem like they've been playing since they've been walking. They are very skilled, and their natural fitness with the ball is amazing to watch. So of the rules in the playing field were different than what were used to: we play on the basketball court, bases are a pile ...

    The History of what Irks Me

    A travel blog entry by freegenevieve on Sep 28, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... education, work in the commercial world for those of Haitian decent will be limited to jobs like doormen and street venders.

    3. Race- (Noted: I was told at Evergreen, during my undergrad, not to say "race", but I am doing it anyway). Well, this is also a cultural thing. Since so many tourists are white. I used to be put off my one of my favorite cheap eat spots because there was always a crowd of white people. I thought at first it was because it was ...

    Ninos con Esperanza

    A travel blog entry by mpc963dr on Jun 04, 2013

    5 photos

    Today we visited a center called children with Hope. It's a center for children to play and learn safely as an alternative to scavenging through the landfill for scraps. The poverty in this area is profound. Our students played ball and shared stories, songs and the play with the children. It's amazing how these children crave the love and embrace of the Americans. I overheard one student saying that this was his best day ...