Foreigners Club Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... all in my money belt. I did encounter a few shifty characters on my way to restaurants a few blocks away from my hotel.
“Meesta, where you from?”
“I from Haiti. You want girls?”
“What? Why you now want girls? You no like girls? You gay? You gay!”
Obviously no hetero man could possibly resist the temptation of Hispaniolan hookers.
I spent Sunday ...
... of that, and out came more wine, vodka, rum, whiskey and the rest from the drinks cabinet. Auscar dressed up in a butlers type top, and acted as butler for the evening which gave the evening a very formal feel. I snuck off to bed at 1.30am, but it was reported that Freddy left at 3.30am, and was pulled over by the police. Luckily, his name gets home out of any trouble. The next day at work I was exhausted!
... and probably by standards of Dominican culture, too, but it’s hard to call the people there poor when you spend time with them. They have so little, but they also make such great use of what they have. In the setting of their village, so many of them seem to thrive. ...
... who were persecuted by the dictator Rafael Trujillo. Three of the four beautiful women, symbols of Dominican resistance, were assassinated in 1960.
Beside the Obelisk is a plaza full of fast food outlets. This is where the locals come of an evening to have a good time. There is music and karaoke, bicycle and roller skate rentals for children, dark quiet corners for lovers and a lovely view along the brightly lit seafront ...
... a person can stay (but they are marked absent for that day)
-The baseball teams are not going to play baseball in El Cano for awhile. Word has gotten out, and I have yet to know if it's true (Dominicans talk ALOT of gossip/lies) that cholera has popped up in El Cano. Supposedly someone in El Cano died from Cholera.
-So far the count is 2. I have been told there are 2 whiches in Guasumita and people don't like to come into ...