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... Parillada Mixta at an Argentine restaurant, and a whole grilled Red Snapper at a beach grill at Playa Rincon – but not much of it except for a side of tostones (deep fried plantain slices) was very Dominican.
I drove back across the peninsula via a different route through a beautiful landscape of tropical forest and banana and cocoa plantations, a perfect tropical Caribbean paradise with some great views of the Atlantic and the ...
... but there aren’t many ways to
make even a pretty basic living. The settlements all look a little
hardscrabble, but maybe in a warm climate you don’t need much more to survive
than a roof over your head and enough income to buy food. The peninsula is
actually one of the main growing areas for the D.R.’s significant production of
organic cocoa, but growing agricultural commodities usually doesn’t provide
much income for too many people.
Well it's now Sunday and sadly we leave tomorrow. We've had a lovely last day with our time split between the beach and pools and enjoyed lots of lilo fun. We are sad to be leaving because we don't want to have to go back and do thinking and jobs. The only good thing about leaving tomorrow is that the world's most annoying group of Americans arrived last night with unbelievably loud voices whooping and hollering over the most ridiculous things, carrying massive flasks and ...
... guests, including a mysterious meat that looked dark like chicken but was tough like lamb. It was delicious so I ate it and asked Ron later what it was... he said it was conch meat. I didn't even realize that conch meat was edible but it was delicious! After the meal I went with one of the young Dominican girls to the local disco where we spent the night drinking El Presidente beer and dancing to Latin music with her brother and his ...
Hello from the Caribbean Sea. Tonight we are sailing south south west towards Bonaire.
Today we visited Samana, Dominican Republic. The bay where this city is located is shallow, so there is no dock. The Noordam anchored well away from the city, to avoid the shallow water. Tenders were used today. The water was not as rough today as it was at Half Moon Cay, so getting on and off the tender was much easier.
We were led directly to a tender with ...