Casa Maravilla/Bohio de Playa B&B
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... recommended by my guidebook. The place was actually more like a bed and breakfast with about 12 rooms in a large converted mansion behind the owner’s home. The hosts spoke English quite well and the price was right at about $25/night including a good breakfast. Oh, and they have a very adorable French bulldog and some cats to keep you company in the big entrance hall and dining area.
As far as I can tell, there was only one other guest that night, a Dutch man I met ...
... Republic – a paved
access road, large paved parking lots, and a little village of shops and
restaurants. I’ve gotten used to driving up to the beach and parking in the
sand. Sunshine alternated with short downpours through the day, so I didn’t
spend much time on the beach. Heading west
Cabarete is a busy beach resort that’s apparently especially
popular for kitesurfing and ...
... for a sport, and she brought out my competitive and silly side all at once.
Joel, also 10, is an instigator. He's extremely athletic, seeing this kid play baseball is jaw dropping, and quite smart in a too cool for school sort of way.
Charlina is attentive and attractive. She learned how to make friendship bracelets in 10 minutes, and then proceeded to teach me.
Alex, Junior, Otto, Raudy are all natural born ...
... spent relaxing in the sun by the pool with drinks in hand. We made a point to check out each of the restaurants on different nights (downfall to this was you had to have reservations which required getting up early and standing in line in order to be sure to get in before they were full up). We were suckered into a Time share presentation, which we didn't realize it was until we were sitting in it. But this also resorted in some ...
... day. Everything is cheap. We can do whatever we want at any moment. There are several local restaurants to choose from, and about three gringo establishments.
On one of the first days Grady made friends with a stray dog, and coincidentally now the boat is somewhat infested with either bedbugs or lice. Due to our Spanish as a second language status, he named the dog Perro, which means dog, but is somehow witty, we think, maybe. We now only can sleep ...