Travel Blogs from Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic

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Travel day, Las terranas, Dominican Republic travel blog

Travel day

A travel blog entry by kris

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... bag on top of some car motor thing of his, and he was just getting his stuff that i rudely covered up. After arriving in las terranas, i checked the bible and found my bed for 550 pesos a night, that evening i found some stella and sat on the picturesque ...

On Common Ground:  Baseball, Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

On Common Ground: Baseball

A travel blog entry by chimichenga

... skin has suffered a bit during my small stints in the sun.  I have since moved on and am presently in Las Terrenas on the other side of the Samaná Peninsula which has nicer beaches and water than Las Galeras.  There is ...

Hotel Alisei, Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

Hotel Alisei

A travel blog entry by sundboell

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Relaxing on the Atlantic Coast, Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

Relaxing on the Atlantic Coast

A travel blog entry by chimichenga

... sun. The coastline there reminded me a lot of the Caribbean coast of Honduras around Plaplaya and the Río Plátano, though Las Terrenas actually has tourism, whereas the area around Plaplaya is far from the beaten trail with desolate beaches. Due to the ...

Escojo conference and las Terrenas, La Vega/Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

Escojo conference and las Terrenas

A travel blog entry by lisalew

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... there for an internship in their hotel. For three days I went and helped out with the camp, which was for poor Dominican children living in Las Terrenas to promote self esteem among other things. The camp housed about 100 kids from ages 7 to 18. I gave ...

Long Weekend Trip to Las Terrenas, Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

Long Weekend Trip to Las Terrenas

A travel blog entry by tyler.stephanie

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The COS conference, Pimentel, Dominican Republic travel blog

The COS conference

A travel blog entry by lisalew

... a rip in any pair of pants, tell you home remedies to get rid of whatever ails you, and also cook up some delicious dominican fare.  I can mop a floor like no other and conserve water like it´s the last drop.  Blackouts don´t bother me at all ...

The countdown begins, Pimentel, Dominican Republic travel blog

The countdown begins

A travel blog entry by lisalew

... , I take my nerdom with pride) and now my experiences in running them has been an experience I´ll never forget! Camp number 1: Las Taranas.  My friend Iris, another volunteer in the Info Tech sector has been dying to start an escojo group in her ...

Los Haiteses Nationalpark, Los Haitises, Dominican Republic travel blog

Los Haiteses Nationalpark

A travel blog entry by schlossie

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Once we got over the jet lag and settled into a eat-drink-sleep routine we decided to see a little more of the island and booked a tour to "Los Haitises" a national park that is accessible by boat only.  Sooooo unless you managed to pack a boat ...

La Terrenas - Cuba Libres, Flip Flops And Sunnies, La Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

La Terrenas - Cuba Libres, Flip Flops And Sunnies

A travel blog entry by adrianmurray

... to the beach, prior to wandering up to another Dance Bar right on the beach side. Monday nights are quiet, even in the Dominican Republic. A few Sugar Daddy couples are at work here - the older non-Dominican men (usually overweight Euros) and their slim ...

Not just a dinghy raft up..., Los Haitises National Park, Dominican Republic travel blog

Not just a dinghy raft up...

A travel blog entry by hejira

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... citronella candles and bug spray help out.  After we had breakfast on our respective boats, we brewed up some delicious, strong Dominican coffee, and we settled onto Hejira once again for a rainy day card game.  It was fun and relaxing and felt ...

357 Tage später..., Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

357 Tage später...

A travel blog entry by seeyou2011

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...ja 357 Tage ist es her, seit wir von Zürich aus in das grosse Abenteuer aufgebrochen sind! Wir können es nicht genug oft wiederholen, die Zeit vergeht wie der Wind! In genau 5 Stunden brechen wir auf unsere letzte Etappe auf, welche uns via ...

Welcome to Paradise!, Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

Welcome to Paradise!

A travel blog entry by seeyou2011

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... 'nde wie aus dem Bilderbuch! Der Stress hat sich jetzt schon definitiv gelohnt. Im vom Tourismus noch mehrheitlich verschonten Las Terrenas an der Nordküste der Halbinsel Samaná haben wir das Paradies gefunden. Dank der Gastfreundschaft von Isabelle's ...

Eindrücke und ein schwerer Abschied!, Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

Eindrücke und ein schwerer Abschied!

A travel blog entry by seeyou2011

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Unseren letzten Bericht der Domenikanischen Republik möchten wir nutzen, um Sonja und Dennis nochmals ganz herzlich für ihre Gastfreundschaft zu danken! Wir haben die Zeit mit euch unheimlich genossen und der Abschied aus diesem wunderbaren Fleckchen ...

Wow, that's a Corona commercial., Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

Wow, that's a Corona commercial.

A travel blog entry by hunterloftis

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... driving between a city with no enforced traffic system and a mud-covered, boulder-strewn mountain. I loved Gloria immediately. We rode through Las Terrenas and on to Playa Bonita, which lives up to its name. As far as I can tell, this place is where ...

Arrival at Las Terrenas, Samaná Peninsula, Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

Arrival at Las Terrenas

A travel blog entry by emanju

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Arrival at Las Terrenas. The flight from Europe-Dusseldorf - is too long to enjoy. The transfer to the hotel - a ride in the mini van - however is an interesting ...

A day on the town, Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

A day on the town

A travel blog entry by hunterloftis

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Being burned, I passed most of today reading under the shade of umbrellas and palm trees by the beach, drinking Presidentes while Steph tanned. There are worse ways to live. We met Mike at "Big Dan's American Cafe" for good, well-priced food and drinks ...

First trip to the beach - Samaná Peninsula, Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

First trip to the beach - Samaná Peninsula

A travel blog entry by aprilrenee

... -naked Dominican women.  Sunday was spent laying on the beach all day, which was wonderful. So all in all Samaná/Las Terrenas was a success. I can't say that it would be my favorite beach, though, mostly because of the lack ...

Samana Peninsula, Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

Samana Peninsula

A travel blog entry by wareameye

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Wednesday-Thursday, January 23-24, 2008 Samana Peninsula   Dear Readers:   Two full and somewhat stressful days on the Peninsula begin with the shocking news that there was confusion with our hotel booking, and our destination was ...

El Parque Nacional Con Haitses, El Parque Nacional Con Haitses, Dominican Republic travel blog

El Parque Nacional Con Haitses

A travel blog entry by carlosjeremy

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Despues, fui en el autobus a el Parque Nacional los Haitses. Fui a mirar los aves y las flores y la vida de marina. Fui a acampar en el parque. Fui a comer la comida de tradicionales en el restaurante en el parque. Fui a comer champola, cual fue leche con ...

Halbinsel Samaná, Las Terrenas, Dominikanische Republik travel blog

Halbinsel Samaná

A travel blog entry by annika_4

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... er uns dann noch in sein Haus zu Pasta mit Langosten und Mojitos eingeladen. War sehr lecker. Jetzt sind wir seit Somntag in Las Terrenas und heute haben wir von hier einen Ausflug in den Nationalpark Los Haitises gemacht. War echt sehr schön und ...

2 days in a Car, Nagua, Dominican Republic travel blog

2 days in a Car

A travel blog entry by casciana.niela

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Jarabacoa is a beautiful place, I absoultely love it here! So after our first meeting here, we had everyone over to the house for some mojiots! and a few of the brothers and sisters were putting on a play so they rehearsed it at our place. It was so ...

Mar 04, 2012, Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

Mar 04, 2012

A travel blog entry by katemscott

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En "fransk" liten landsby. I Karibien?!?

A travel blog entry by hegetage

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...  frodig vegetasjon og igjennom små landsbyer, og får en fin sightseeing av landsbygda og de lokale.Vi skal sjekke ut Las Terrenas på Samaná halvøyen, som visstnok skal være full av franskmenn(!), og derav det franske kjøkken. Vi gleder ...

Abra Grande. That's what he said., Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic travel blog

Abra Grande. That's what he said.

A travel blog entry by hunterloftis

... hours. Half of the ride was to the "Dominican Backstreet Boys," Adventura, and the rest to a horribly violent Jamaican mafia movie. Arrived in Las Terrenas in the pouring rain; Mike picked us up on his motorcycle (which oddly, in the DR, seem to mostly be ...

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