Cadaques Caribe Resort & Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Day 1 Arising on the wrong side of 4am, we all met at our Greenville Southern Eye office to begin the adventure that lay before us in this week ahead. Kyle (you will hear more of him later) arrived with the most alertness as he decided there was little point in ending Friday if Saturday was to start that early, so he was 4 cups of coffee ahead of us all. The travel to ATL by caravan was uneventful and we arrived to the international terminal with ...
... for the most part we had a nice chat. Plus their accents are very different! I spent the whole day on the beach, swimming and snoozing in the shade. I had a late lunch of seafood and pasta. And for dinner went to a local place and had empanadas and yucca chips. Then went back to the hotel to chill out and pack ready for going to Santo Domingo tomorrow ...
... right nice), potatoes and onions, boring salad and of course the obligatory rice and beans. All this washed down with Presidente beer.
After stuffing ourselves, there were hammocks nearby. I managed to get one overlooking the beach in the distance with an amazing view, where I had the best food nap ever. When I awoke everyone was napping under the palm trees.
After relaxing under the trees, Pepe our guide took us on ...
... backpack! Only trouble I had was I got my backpack wedged in between the seats on the guagua to Bayahibe from Romana so took me a while to get out at Bayahibe! The hotel I'm staying at is really nice, staff are very friendly and it's a bit further out of the way from the main street so it's bit quieter, can still hear music blaring in the distance but not as noisy as most ...
I didn't sleep too well despite the bed being very comfy, mainly because the patronales were VERY loud! However, got up to go the beach at half 9. The beach was pretty much empty apart from a few people, it was great! Also got to go for a swim. For lunch I went to a place by all the boats which take everyone on tours to saona (an island nearby). Had prawns, tomatoes and pesto pasta. Was really nice and service included ...