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Travel Blogs from Puerto Plata
... He have stuff in store....only not what I had expected.
So I thought I left my expectations at home when I left but apparently I did not. Apparently I expected to see that we were making a difference and to feel fulfilled and justified in turning our lives upside down to make this trip happen. I hate to admit it, but I haven't. Don't get me wrong, we have had some great moments and some fun times as a family. But we have had a lot of frustrating times and have ...
... dark, so went back onboard and had a few beers.
23/3 Pabo bought the fuel boat alongside and refueled us and also left a nice looking second hand dinghy for us to look at, we also agreed to do the waterfall tour on Sunday
after this we went ashore and walked up Luperon high st, very third world and Spanish mixed, we had a lunch of rice, beans and chicken for 125 pesos (Pds1.10) we then went to a glorious bar “Wendy’s Bar”, rustic, but ...
Today was the Day of the Sick and our last day of work in the campo!
I started out the morning pretty much as I had the past two mornings. The only difference was that I had slept in a new place. Despite the mattresses being softer than the ones at the ILAC center, the pillows were so hard I wasn't able to sleep well and woke up a LOT!
I woke up with my face covered in mosquito net and it was two hours until I had to get up. I refused to get ...
... Maybe we will do some sort of thing where nate gives the synopsys so you don't have to be tortured with all my ramblings. The resort was kind of great and aweful at the same time. It was a perfect place to relax, and the drinks provided without needing to get off the beach bed or out of the pool meant I had no chance to burn off th thousands of pina colada calories. On the other side, we were accosted by the timeshare salesmen the first morning. We actually managed ...
Yesterday was a very exhausting but exciting day! We went on a 3-hour treasure hunt around the city in groups of four, so that we could learn our way around the city. We had to take the conchos which are small cars that usually cram 4 people in back & 2 in the passenger seat & they have specific routes with letters. I was the chief of my team and the whole experience was so impowering! I feel more comfortable ...
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