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Travel Blogs from Puerto Plata
... br> from Spain to Mexico and was told he had to go through Santo Domingo. Once he
landed here, he discovered that there were no flights from the Santo Domingo to
Mexico. That was 35 years ago, he has never left. Then there are others like Bill and Donna who came to the DR six years ago for a three week vacation, loved it, came back the
next year for what they thought would be three months and have since not only
made it their home, but at 60 years of age, ...
... to watch a movie. That, 'if only I were older' feeling, But mine was, 'if only I were braver'.
I paddled to the reef and my wonderful mother offered to come with me to tie up my board. My mom helped me by telling me I was going to be fine and that as long as I stayed calm nothing would happen. So slowly we swam closer to the reef. As we got closer the more fish appeared. I was feeling the way a person with arachnophobia feels when they see a spider. ...
... owner gives discounts to people who are in the country doing mission work!
When I think back over last Sunday I feel beyond blessed. Instead of just finding a place to
stay where I feel my family is safe, God went a step beyond and presented a
place where we can also feel like we are having a vacation. He did not just
provide for our needs, He went 'exceedingly abundantly above all that we asked
or thought' (Eph 3:20). He brought us ...
... We were pleasantly
surprised because the class was rather large (guessing about thirty 3-5 year
olds) and from our experience with the other classes, we figured it would be a
bit chaotic. The teacher did an amazing job of keeping the kids seated and
waiting patiently, something that we have not seen a lot of. I don't know if it
is the culture in general, or the fact that these children have very little and
so grab at anything they can get, but taking ...
... up the rocks right next to the water and then swam through different pools of water to reach the next one each time. Some looked kind of cave like and some were really open. We had to somehow get over and up each water fall so a lot of times the guides were essentially pulling us up and over the water...some pretty strong guys! Once we reached the 7th charco, it was time to go back down which ...