Rancho Olivier Bed & Breakfast

Address: La Vega - Jarabacoa Rd Km 10.5, Jarabacoa, 00000, Dominican Republic | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on La Vega - Jarabacoa Rd Km 10.5, Jarabacoa.
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    Travel Blogs from Jarabacoa

    Hope and The Excluded Middle

    A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 07, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... me, an aspiring entrepreneur. I hope the young people of Maria Auxiliadora can also hear Manuel's story and be encouraged to have hope, work hard, and follow their passions. I think that if more of these success stories were told, then the youth would be given hope, have something to work towards, and eventually become professionals, creating more SME's and therefore more jobs. It would also help with Francesca's dream of older people being intentionally involved with the youth. ...

    The Eagles Have Landed!

    A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on Apr 30, 2015

    1 photo

    ... dinner, Christina told us about the life of one of the little boys who was playing at the centre. She said that he lives in the upper section of the barrio (the poorest part), and comes down to the TEARS Center to collect food and water for his siblings, as his mother is unable to provide for the children. Although the boy was young for such responsibilities - he looked to be no older than seven years old - his spirits were nonetheless high as ...

    Jarabacoa & Constanza - Mountains in the Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 14, 2015

    50 photos

    ... likely in the northeastern part of the metro area, but it took me at least an hour after I had given up on Santiago before I saw a sign for the expressway that bypasses the city.

    At least I was apparently in the good part of town, mostly neighborhoods with pleasant apartments and townhouses, suburban style strip shopping centers, and local chain restaurants. Santiago de los Caballeros is apparently a prosperous and growing commercial city, a contrast to most parts ...

    Thanksgiving in the Dominician Republic

    A travel blog entry by jojo-travels on Nov 27, 2014

    14 photos

    ... what exactly to do with your feet . Finally realized that if you hugged the animal with your legs and stood up a bit in the stirrups, you didn't bounce around so much . . . On your butt! What do I know?!

    We were supposed to cross the river a couple of times - but didn't do so as the water was too deep and moving too rapidly . . . We went along the roads and through these narrow paths - just in the Jarabacoa ...

    Essay done!

    A travel blog entry by vicky17 on May 16, 2014

    ... a price for renting an umbrella. It definitely helps when I say I live in Guaymate! Spent the whole day, dozing, reading and swimming. It was a bit choppy in the water but can't complain! Got back to Bayahibe and had dinner at a local place- a burger and yucca chips. Then spent the evening at the hotel - most of it in the ...