Caribbean Crib Guest House

Address: Playa La Rinconada #4, Cabarete, Dominican Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Playa La Rinconada #4, Cabarete.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Caribbean Crib Guest House Cabarete

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Travel Blogs from Cabarete

Day 9

A travel blog entry by julieericson on Jul 23, 2015

... found out the day before that we would be having it for lunch. After pizza at the lazy dog, we got back on the bus and headed 15 minutes down the road to Sosua. In Sosua, I went souvenir shopping at the market and then jumped in the crystal clear water with all my friends. For some reason, the Sosua beach side looks a lot like Greece. That was an observation many people made, even Olivia, who was in Greece earlier this summer. The water ...

Day 8

A travel blog entry by julieericson on Jul 21, 2015

... to the end of the home base driveway to this little shack that says "hair and nail center." I stood in line to get my cornrows and nails done. My nails are literally so cool. They are blue with flowers on every nail, and it only cost me 1 American dollar! I can't believe how expensive things in the U.S. are now that I've been here for over a week. You can get water here for 10 pesos (20 American cents) and getting your hair and nails done is a 3 dollar ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by julieericson on Jul 20, 2015

... really funny. We also made the mentors group together and do one! After leadership it was that time of the day again. Georgio's talk was a little more interactive tonight, but still very, very tiring and somewhat unpleasant. I got his email though because I'm going to use some of his PowerPoints as inspiration when writing my college essay. I miss America so much I started making a list of all the things I'm going to buy and eat when I get home! ...

Our last day of service

A travel blog entry by smitherland on Jun 27, 2014

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... I'm not used to. As a group all 90 of us walked up and down the neighborhood street making as much noise as possible. Banging on plastic bottles, screaming and cheering for our groups, los torros, las tigers, y los lions. When we made it back to the school we had cake, and Francesca came up and used her English Spanish mix to ask me to find the markers so that we could sign each others shirts. That girl is a natural born leader, and I love thinking about what she'd be up to ...

The History of what Irks Me

A travel blog entry by freegenevieve on Sep 28, 2013

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... too. So when the money happens to stick to white hands lines get crossed and racism and class-ism become interchangeable. So what kind of blatantly racists things happen here? Well, I haven't seen oh so many-- because I am white. But I did notice that when the property manager of the condominium I am house sitting at made a stink about my petty rule breaking (mainly having guests) it happened at the exact moment the Dominican guests had arrived. When my gringa friends ...