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... the sake of safety, such as wearing your seat belt and right of
way laws. And while I am not saying these things are bad necessarily or that I
even want to do away with them, they do train you to feel somewhat in control.
We assume that we know what is going to happen, because there is a rule somewhere,
that says it should. There are no such rules here. Lines in the road are mere
suggestions and the person that gets the right of way, is the one who doesn't
... 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. ...
... sharing are not
something they seem to grasp. Even with the older kids, it was difficult to
pass out markers or scissors for a table. Everyone wanted their own and even if
they were not using a marker, they would hold it in their hands, unwilling to
let someone else use it. My first thought was that I could not imagine a world
where you have to hold so tight to that which you feel is yours, because it
might be taken away. But then I realized, I can ...
... Republic was a visionary that helped DR gain it's Independence from Haitian rule in 1844. He also, has the highest mountain in the Caribbean, Pico Duarte named in his honor along with the famous Juan Pablo Duarte Square in New York. So every time I told someone my last name, they gave me this funny look and propped up never asking, but just assuming...This was very interesting...
So back to my trip....
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Other places to stay in Puerto Plata
Cofresi Beach, Puerto Plata | 3 star hotelfrom $106
Playa Dorada, Puerto Plata | 5 star hotelfrom $251
- Beautiful, relaxing but out of place
- Excellent Hotel
- LOVED IT!!
Corfresi Beach #2, Puerto Plata | Hotelfrom $176