Acuarium Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Santo Domingo We depart from an Airport in Chicago to our destination Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic at 6:00 am and arrive there at 2:40 PM. We enjoyed sound sleep on the way there and we awake refreshed and rejuvenated. Immediately after we arrive we stop a taxi, enjoying the tropical weather and not thinking of the polar vortex back home. From Las Americas International Airport we went to The Dominican Alps ...
... I walked around the area looking for a guide from the morning, but he is nowhere to be found, so I walked into the Cocoa Museum. This is certainly the most interesting museum I seen. The store clerk showed me how the cocoa beans were harvested from the pod, dried while wrapped and fermented in banana leaves. the beans are then grounded up into a pulp and with the machine separated into cocoa butter (yellow color) and cocoa powder brown. The three kinds of chocolate bar ...
... and the main freeway gridlocked so our driver took us on a circuitous route through the seedy parts of Miami. We were amused to see a sign that said "$99 Evictions". Property management is obviously a little different Miami!
After a cramped but uneventful flight, a tropical downpour hit just as our taxi pulled out from the Santo Domingo airport and visibility was almost nil as we drove the half an hour into the city. We glimpsed the massive walls of ...
... native language is Spanish. Guasumita is populated with more Haitians than Dominicans, everyone in Guasumita knows Spanish and Creole; therefore, I must know how to speak both Spanish and Creole.
*Dominican-Haitian Relations Committee: a committee of Peace Corps that has a conference in the capital June 3rd-5th. Dominicans look down on Haitians so this conference involves bringing the groups together to work on projects with ...
... stop so we can take a look. We didn’t see anything and his story changed to "supposedly there were some cave paintings", regardless the trip upstream was worth it just for the natural beauty.
Before leaving this beautiful place we decided we couldn't leave on empty or even half full stomachs, so we put in an order for some fresh grilled fish, plantains, and yuca. Can't go wrong with that!
While we were there construction crews were creating the set for ...