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... the mountainous peninsula to Las Terrenas, the biggest resort town on the peninsula and a little bit of France in the tropics. Well, not really, but the tourists are mostly French and Italian and the resorts and boutique hotels all on a small scale, a nice low-key kind of a place.
The restaurants in Las Terrenas are also mostly Italian and French, so I decided to lunch at the guidebook recommended beachfront La Terrasse on Soup de ...
... but there aren’t many ways to
make even a pretty basic living. The settlements all look a little
hardscrabble, but maybe in a warm climate you don’t need much more to survive
than a roof over your head and enough income to buy food. The peninsula is
actually one of the main growing areas for the D.R.’s significant production of
organic cocoa, but growing agricultural commodities usually doesn’t provide
much income for too many people.
... s brains in. I hope they drink so much Ron punch tonight that they end up in Ron induced comas until we leave. I will add some photos to show you some bits of the resort that we hadn't told you about. The public beach is really nice - we have had some nice walks on there both at night and during sunset. After 6, the beach becomes hotel property so all the boats have to leave. This is the section of the beach that was the setting for the old Bacardi advert. We saw some ...
... about nothing and nearly fall in the pool 5. A German man with bright orange moccasins who takes an unhealthy interest in Simon 6. A couple who like Mormons who sit in the lobby bar and don't speak and look like they're having the worst holiday ever 7. An Italian couple with a man who literally never stops babbling in Italian to his wife even when he's on the other side of the pool from her 8. ...
... covered with short seaweed. Cutting thru the shelf are sandy channels which lead out to another sheltered swimming area, this time deeper and cooler. It’s a very nice place to swim.
After an hour or so we decide to order lunch. There are two beachside offerings, one newer, 2-story joint, and another place…blue tarp for a roof, plastic tables for seating. No electricity, no refrigeration.
We opt for the latter.
We order ...