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Travel Blogs from Cabarete
... first. At first it is quiet horrifying, but once you let go of your
expectations and realize anything can and will happen, you feel a kind of
freedom. For one, you no longer feel that you need to try to control everything
because there is just no way you can. Two, there is a certain joy that comes
from knowing, you can somewhat make your own rules and no one is really going
to stop you.
Today, we spent an amazing day at a ranch in the mountains and both ...
... has been stopping you from doing something is the best feeling I know.
So after my first dive I spent the rest of the time diving and just enjoying God's beautiful creation with my family! And believe it or not, Lauren and I were the two who wanted to stay longer. We had to have the boards back by 3:30 so we had to go. On the way back I thanked my mom for helping me overcome my fear and just for taking us to paddle board and snorkel.
... was very nice, but frankly the place was a dump. Now, I did not expect fancy, but I kid you not, the lights in the place made you feel like you were waiting for the cop to step in the room to start the interrogation. And
that was just the lights that worked! That doesn't count the two lamps that
were broken or the third lamp that could not be used because the only outlet in
the bedroom was falling out of the wall and would not hold the plug. ...
... is a small pizza, and the kids and I need to eat."
Angel: "But you can go back to the apartment and get some sort of food, he may not have anything else to eat."
"Isn't that the same kid that you just gave some money to cause he came asking?"
Angel: "You don't even really like pizza and you can certainly spare one of your slices."
"Here come his friends. If you give him a piece, you will have to give one to ...
... so we put up the big yellow beastie and headed straight for the destination, our next 10 hours we did over 70 miles and arrived in the Dominican republic at 11pm having completed about 390 miles in 65 hours. We moored at Ocean world marina and the navy came onboard immediately, they were very polite and left quickly, we had a few beers and went to sleep,
20/3 I went and checked in, a pleasant and quick operation, the marina then took us in a buggy round ...