El Cabito

La Caleta, Las Galeras, Samaná Peninsula, Dominican Republic | Campground
 

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Go Galeras

A travel blog entry by straykat6

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... It's very muddy."

So off I went and spent the next hour and a half trudging through... a lot of mud. I was scaling alongside the barbed wire fence in an attempt to keep my snazzy new Nike sneakers clean with the grazing cows on the other side watching me, and was doing a pretty good job of it all the way up until the last five feet. I could see the hard soil just ahead and stepped down in what looked like a shallow puddle only ...

Rum & Rifles in Playa Limon

A travel blog entry by straykat6

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... words due to his advanced state of inebriation, that there were no taxis and I could walk. He said that Rancho La Cueva put his hotel out of business so he was not interested in contacting them for me, but I was welcome to spend the night at his house, or walk one mile in the other direction toward the village. Fortunately, as I was politely declining his frighteningly generous offer and debating whether to walk in either ...

Samana, Dominican Republic

A travel blog entry by buddyp

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... no crime” except for some drunken fights. The evidence suggested otherwise. Those homes and businesses with windows were all covered with metal bars. Businesses were surrounded by fences and razor wire. Both of these are very typical of these islands.

We drove by some kids in uniform walking to school. One waved at us with both hands, then was kind enough to turn them around and give us a double middle finger. I have to admit I had to laugh!
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4th July

A travel blog entry by harrywalker

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Having fled the hospital for a few days, I joined up with US Peace Corps for their Fourth of July celebrations up in Samana. I was instructed by my friend Yvette to approach any white person on the bus and they surely would be heading up for the same party. After many awkward stares and glances, I wandered over to them and it turns out she was right.

Her group of friends ...

Traveling with 'the boy'

A travel blog entry by thepotvins

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... s problem, so I call Ramada and ask them if they can have a crib waiting for us.

It is hard to hear thru all of the noise, but one thing is clear, they don’t have any rooms for us.

I hang up the phone and proceed to lace together one of the more artful and balanced string of profanities that the English language can support. My beautiful wife…not to be one-upped…politely informs a sincere and helpful airport service ...

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This campground, located on La Caleta, Las Galeras, is near Whale Samana, Mel Tours, Columbus Aquapark, and Premium Jewellers.
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