Travel Blogs from Dominican Republic

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Haitian Batey, Santiago, Dominican Republic travel blog

Haitian Batey

A travel blog entry by lstockwell

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Hola Todos- Have you ever thought of how fortunate you are, just because you were born in a certain geographic location?  We went to a Haitian Batey today.  The Bateys in the DR are kind of like a no-man's land, not recognized by the DR, or by Haiti. ...

Dominican Republic - again., La Romana, Dominican Republic travel blog

Dominican Republic - again.

A travel blog entry by katie.forsyth

Changeover day on the ship, so we just walked round the town - clearly not a holiday ...

First Day in The Dominican, Rio san juan, Dominican Republic travel blog

First Day in The Dominican

A travel blog entry by whereverheleads

When we arrived at the airport in Dominican Republic T.J. and Holly McCloud were there to greet us and to take us to camp. It then started pouring down rain, we all got soaked. A lot of us wondered if we would make it back to camp when we saw that part of ...

Easy Rider, Cabarete, Dominican Republic travel blog

Easy Rider

A travel blog entry by lifeforce1

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... still would do it if we wouldn't get help from a local guy to find the place). We also got the chance to taste real Dominican food, I guess (rice, chicken, cooked beans, fried banana and salad) it was good. Then we happened to book a guided tour for the ...

République Dominicaine, Sosua, Dominican Republic travel blog

République Dominicaine

A travel blog entry by rogerdamour

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ps: les photos de 2006 ont été englouties avec la mort d'un disque dur Lors de mon premier séjour au Mexique, j'ai calculé 25 heures d’autobus et quelques heures de recherche d’hôtel, et ce, en une seule semaine. Malgré avoir ...

27 Charcos!!, Sosua, Dominican Republic travel blog

27 Charcos!!

A travel blog entry by heidimarie

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Hello again everyone!! We are here yet again in Sosua..the Wednesday and Sunday ritual... and life is good. This morning we went to church at Ascension village and had a service in Creole and Spanish again.  Ana, a little girl from the village, ...

Arrival, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic travel blog

Arrival

A travel blog entry by twiddly2

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The arrival hall is completely open-air with thatch roofs, very quaint, but killer in the humidity. We disembarked from the plane into blinding sunlight and walked quickly towards the buildings looking for the first spot of shade. Music (bongo, ...

Exploring, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic travel blog

Exploring

A travel blog entry by twiddly2

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The gardens at Barcelo Bavarro Caribe are beautiful, lots of green and dashes of vibrant colour here and there. Pink hibiscus and red flame trees. Coconut and oil palms. Lovely. Don't mind the security guards who call out Hola! as you pass. (Can get ...

Travel and Arrival, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic travel blog

Travel and Arrival

A travel blog entry by jaseandgill

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... . Even the hot chocolate came with Baileys (fully recommend that). A smooth 8.25 hour flight ensued and we then landed in the Dominican which was much greener than we anticipated. We were warned the queues to enter would be enormous but they were ok ish ...

Badeferien Dominikanisch Republik, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic travel blog

Badeferien Dominikanisch Republik

A travel blog entry by jacques1965

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Flüge: 04.11: Zürich - Puerto Plata 18.11:  Puerto Plata - Zürich ...

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