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

    Viva La Vega!

    A travel blog entry by kailuabeth on Feb 04, 2013

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... quite a few geckos, a bird or two, and thankfully NO SPIDERS! The scariest thing we have experienced has been the traffic. I'm trying to interpret the rules of the road, but it seems to be that traffic lights are mostly optional, people drive really fast, if you think you might hit someone you don't slow down, you just honk...and there must be a million scooters, and every scooter carries 2-4 people on it. (Jeff has told me to just close my eyes when we are driving ...

    On My Way

    A travel blog entry by enjoytheride on Mar 29, 2010

    ... me about it, tried it out, and didn't get robbed) and sure enough my beachfront property has been somewhat popular among DR budget travelers. I have a spare mattress so in the spirit of cheap traveling, I opened it up and have met some really cool people because of it. People from Spain, France, Czech Republic, Ireland, and all over the United States have stayed here and it's been an extremely positive experience. It's nice because as a part of the site, ...

    Update 1: long overdue! Work with my baseball boys

    A travel blog entry by la_profe on Jan 27, 2010

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... 8220;s” words, as they pronounce the letter as “ess” and not just an “ssssss” sound. As such, words like “spoon” and “United States” were always pronounced as “esspoon” and “United Estates”. However, I am very proud to say that now they do not have this problem J

    In addition to English and geography, I also taught them some world history, a bit ...

    Looking Forward by Looking Back

    A travel blog entry by enjoytheride on Sep 02, 2009

    1 comment, 55 photos

    ... USM (University of Southern Maine) to help 14 different communities. I had never translated in a work setting before so in the beginning it was a little difficult but I got the hang of it towards the end. Dominicans complain a lot of dolor de cabeza (headaches), dolor de estomago (stomach pain) but some of the complaints that I was not ready for were those about the feminine region. It ended up being the running joke because for some reason I ...

    Into Panama and night in Boca Chica

    A travel blog entry by courtrand on Feb 28, 2009

    14 photos

    We got up and packed up camp and rode towards Panama with the intention of getting to Panama City or close to it by nightfall.   But, taking the coastal route, which on the map seemed to be shorter and probably more pleasant, giving us an opportunity to go swimming if we got too hot again on the road.    The road was much more difficult to navigate than the map told us.   First, about 50 miles of it were unpaved gravel road, very loose in ...