Hotel Casa Cayena Club
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Sosua was an absolutely beautiful little beach town and unforgettable travel experience. We had no idea where we were and no information on things like hotels and restaurants or hospitals for that matter. For all we knew Sosua could have been a tourists worst nightmare. Thankfully it was NOT! We grabbed a taxi and in the best Spanish I knew I asked …
... one of the most beautiful beaches in the world
... were jailed as well. The made tremendous sacrifices: leaving their children, risking their lives, and creating a target on the whole family.
Eventually, the sisters were well-known and beloved by many around the island. The sisters did not cease their persistence in fighting the dictatorship after several imprisonments and three of the sisters were eventually assassinated by two of Trujillo's men. The ...
This post is dedicated to food! Midday lunch is the largest meal of the day here with a smaller breakfast and dinner served as well. Here's a typical day of food:
- Breakfast- Any combination of freshly made juice, toast with jam or ham and cheese, cornflakes (a general term for all kinds of cereal), saltine crackers, and fruit
- Lunch- Rice, beans, meat and ...
... own business here.
The beach was OK at best and the water was better than most places. At night, I:went to dinner. I needed to find a postcard to mail and a girl came up to me and I asked her where the post office was. She was a short, ugly girl with skanky clothes on. She pointed and we
went up the hill. They said the post office was closed and I tried to ditch her several times. I ended up finding a ...