Los Gringos

Address: Playa Magante, Gaspar Hernandez, Dominican Republic | Campground
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This campground is located on Playa Magante, Gaspar Hernandez.
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    Travel Blogs from Gaspar Hernandez

    Puerto Plata - Capital of the North Shore

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 13, 2015

    56 photos

    ... who told me he was in Puerto Plata to learn Spanish. Really? Why would anyone pick the Dominican Republic as the place to study Spanish? They speak such a fast and sloppy dialect of it in the Caribbean islands compared to the clearer dialect in Mexico and Andean South America. Well, I guess he wasn’t necessarily learning Dominican, and Puerto Plata has nice beaches which Quito and Medellin and Antigua don’t have.

    The Teleferico to the top of Pico Isabel de Torres, ...

    Maria Auxiliadora - Mary My Helper

    A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on Apr 30, 2014

    4 comments, 1 photo

    ... Contrary to bringing in educators from the Western world, this strategy increases the level of employment within the barrio, and empowers the local people to be influencers of the change they wish to experience. On a more subtle level, this also allows the children to have role models that are from their own area, which again works towards creating a cycle of national empowerment.

    I also noticed that the TEARS school puts an incredible amount of effort into impacting ...

    A Kite Above the Barrio

    A travel blog entry by kailuabeth on Feb 06, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    First off, let met say that nobody even attempted to take my tools away today. I'm that amazing with a pry bar now. (Pulling nails with one hand...like a boss.) The construction work is amazing. It is phenomenal to watch them do so much with so little. We are using scrap wood, a ton of rebar and a whole lot of imagination to raise this roof. It is pretty cool to watch the plan unfold and realize the level of creative construction that is occurring. And it works! The ...


    A travel blog entry by borndriven on Feb 13, 2011

    14 photos

    ... we were back at the tent and women were doing hanging cloth acrobatics (Cirque style) and there were too many people so we had to exit on a side street. As we were leaving, there was a group of Devils rearing up to run onto the main street. As they were rearing up and I was looking into the view finder of my camera, a Devil (adult) ran so fast towards us with his bladder in tow. We ran towards the fence to protect our butts and we were successful!

    Then, we found our way back ...

    Our Taste of beach living

    A travel blog entry by joey1ball on Dec 02, 2010

    4 photos

    When we were planning our trip...our accomodations were questionable. Up until a few weeks before departing, we still had no aprtment to live in. So...I researched and found a phone number to the hotel Bahia Blanca, in the little town of Rio San Juan. It is set right on the beach. The person I talked to when I called from the states was Gaston. He spoke only Spanish, but with my broken Spanish I was able to make ...