Real Caribe Resort

Avenida Boulevard, Juan Dolio, 00000, Dominican Republic | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenida Boulevard, Juan Dolio.
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Travel Blogs from Juan Dolio

Gracias 180 Grados!

A travel blog entry by vicky17 on Jun 28, 2014

Its my last day as a volunteer at 180 Grados in Guaymate and we had a farewell get together by going to the river. Unfortunately yudelka wasn't feeling too well, another case of Chikungunya! (Side note: only the dominicans would write a song about Chikungunya in the dembo style - very fast-paced and popular in all the clubs) It was nice and relaxing to swim in the river and we had lunch of fried ham with plantains and a type of potato whose name I can't recall. Then got back ...

Year Abroad Article

A travel blog entry by vicky17 on May 26, 2014

There is a prize at university to write an article about an issue or subject related to the country or region where you are living during your Year Abroad. I decided to write about the unpensioned elderly of the bateyes here and the charity to raise awareness. The prize is 200 (which I would donate to the charity) and also the article is published in the university's paper ...

Visit to Consuelo and area

A travel blog entry by la_profe on Oct 22, 2009

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... over-grown and rusted...a very sad sight. While looking over at the rail yard, we came across an elderly man with an injured leg, who was crossing the pedestrian over-pass. He started chatting with us - and has met many Canadians over the years. He was on his way to the small market downtown to sell cherries that he had picked from the tree in his yard...so naturally, we bought some from him. He is just one example of the many elderly people who ...

Donations to schools...and Donna arrives!

A travel blog entry by hmaclean on Nov 10, 2008

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... would be in decent shape to drive on. The Rotary Club secretary recruited a friend who drives a police truck to drive us around the countryside with the schools supplies, and we had a great adventure cramming 4 of us into the cab of the truck! We did try to donate the supplies 2 weeks ago, but the driver was very late coming back from an appointment in the capital, and when we got all the out to the ...

Schools update

A travel blog entry by hmaclean on Oct 20, 2008

... classes, they are often expected to help the family in some way, whether it be taking care of younger siblings, helping with general chores (housework, fetching water, fetching food, etc), or by going to work to earn some money. For example, one of my students is constantly late for school everyday...but it's not because he is lazy or doesn't care about school. He wakes up at 4 in the morning and takes the bus into San Pedro, sets himself up on ...