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Travel Blogs from Las Galeras
... a mansion in a small beach village in the north of Samana, and 16 of us piled in for three nights of partying. The house looked like a drug lord owned it, and was just 15 mins walk from an incredible beach.
The first day we went to Playa Rincon which is meant to be one of the nicest beaches in the Caribbean. We played, drank beer and sun bathed for the whole day, ...
... do 8 reps with easily, but neglected to mention it was 8 reps about 40 times so my weight choice was a huge mistake. Still, didn't pass out so that was a bonus. Got a cuppa on the way back for Tina and we got up for breakfast, unwashed.... Woo how risky!
We arrived in Dominican as we finished so headed on deck for some pics. We are anchored a way off so not sure if Tina fancies the tender. We're letting breakfast ...
... in the
living room not doing much of anything. It just felt so good to be "off
duty" and surrounded by people I love. During a break in the rain, we all
made our way down to the road the led to the beach. Having little dry
clothing left, and feeling a need for a break from socializing, I opted to
hole up in my hotel room when the rain picked up. After a little while,
though, I caved and made my way alone down the road which had ...
... that my roommates weren't coming until the 4th and
I was going to have to sleep on the floor in another room so we could save
money. After a few warm reunions at the beach and dip in the ocean,
however, I came across Zenia who said she had a room for me with Christina,
Erin, and Sabine and I wouldn't have to sleep on the floor. After another
stretch at the beach including a round of touch football that had me ...
... before the night is over; she’s going to rip someone’s heart out.
We haven’t even left the country yet, but if you are just interested in getting a flavor for the vacation, you can probably stop reading here.
Farida is on the phone trying to sort this out, and I am out front. A Crowne Plaza shuttle bus pulls up and says that they are taking the Ramada overflow. To this day the whole thing seems suspicious, but we get on the ...