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... reached by boat that automobile, but the winding road through small villages was not a bad one and the final approach from the hills to the beach did provide the sensation of arriving at a remote tropical paradise.
Playa Rincon is palm-fringed with very white sand and two crescent shaped beaches on either side of a small headland, one with the rough surf of the open Atlantic, the other the tranquil waters of a sheltered bay. The water ...
... in the D.R. to be quite tolerable and didn’t even miss air
conditioning the several nights I stayed in places that were only equipped with
a ceiling fan.
I found my own private beach at Playa Las Flechas east of
Samana, one of the places that make the claim of being the first place in
Hispaniola Columbus went ashore. It was my kind of beach – one where I was the
only one on it and the waves were strong enough to make frolicking in the water
... on the beach including a hummingbird which you can just see at the top of one of the photos I will add here. On the day when we went on our trip, people from other hotels were going to spend the afternoon on our island's public beach as part of their excursion. There's quite a few shops and restaurants on there during the day. We can go on there if we want to, but there's no point when it's busy with intruders and all the sellers try to sell you stuff. It's much nicer when ...
... a mansion in a small beach village in the north of Samana, and 16 of us piled in for three nights of partying. The house looked like a drug lord owned it, and was just 15 mins walk from an incredible beach.
The first day we went to Playa Rincon which is meant to be one of the nicest beaches in the Caribbean. We played, drank beer and sun bathed for the whole day, ...
... there, so I forget to apply my trusty SPF 50. So I’m out there soaking in the UVA and UVB like a sponge. Red. Hot. Ouch.
Day 3…new plan. Boy obviously needs to eat and sleep at a certain schedule. So Farida stays back and Callista and I go to the beach. I pack the fly rod with heroic aspirations of heaving a nice, fresh fish over my shoulder…maybe a shark, and bringing sustenance back to my hungry family.