Hotel Astoria

Address: Calle 20 Deciembre n 2, Boca Chica, 18038, Dominican Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Calle 20 Deciembre n 2, Boca Chica.
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      Travel Blogs from Boca Chica

      From Tres Ojos to Boca Chica

      A travel blog entry by andrewy on Aug 21, 2013

      12 photos

      ... power drain. There is display of Columbus voyages and donations from various Latin American Nations about their indigenous artifacts. Next we visited the the three eyes cavern , 3 very humid caves connected by stalactites lined passageway. There is even a underground lake linking two islands together for which we took a boat across. The caverns were so humid when I came out, I was drenched in sweat, like staying in a sauna for over 2 ...

      Update 1: long overdue! Work with my baseball boys

      A travel blog entry by la_profe on Jan 27, 2010

      1 comment, 11 photos

      Well it has been several months since my last update…much has happened since the last installment (and hence why it has taken me so long to post). Anyway, I figured I would share the more interesting aspects of the last couple of months in a few new postings, starting with my job teaching the baseball kids.

      As some of you may know, my main reason for coming back to the DR was to take this job working with boys from all over ...

      Livin' La Vida Loca

      A travel blog entry by enjoytheride on Mar 01, 2009

      ... girlfriend since he doesn't have the money. He spoke of the materials he would need and how, as a Peace Corps Volunteer, he knows that I can help him because it's my calling; it's why I'm here. It was hard to swallow because I don't have the money to give him on a Peace Corps stipend and I don't know how to go about getting materials for his house. He's a great friend that has helped me with my house and my feeling safe here, so I did not how to ...

      The end

      A travel blog entry by akb2ic on Dec 07, 2008

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... and the stilt walkers and mime wished her a happy birthday. (Well, not the mime.) The birthday girl, who was several drinks into her celebration, insisted that the American by-standers be a part of her photo. So Mark and I are probably now on some Dominican girl's desktop wallpaper. These random events are among the things I'll miss when I return. Random moments can happen anywhere, but the Dominican ones just seem to have something a little more ...

      En La Republica Dominicana

      A travel blog entry by enjoytheride on Aug 28, 2008

      2 comments

      ... frequently when it rains, but it really makes you realize how dependent we are on power. Acronyms: PCV (Peace Corps Volunteer), CD (Country Director), and CED (Community Economic Development) are a very small amount of the acronyms used in the Peace Corps. I still don't know more than three quarters of the acronyms, but when I know them, you all will too. Overall, it has been very enjoyable so far with me still being in ...