Calypso Beach Hotel

Address: Caracol Esq 20, Boca Chica, Dominican Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Caracol Esq 20, 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

    ... the oldest colonial fort in the Americas built in 1504. Despite its long history , it was occupied by multiple European powers before it finally got back to the hand of the Dominicans. Next I walked down the street of Padre Billini and visited and photographed multiple old colonial churches and convents before returning to Calle Conde. I ended up ordering a plate of simple creole chicken with rice for dinner and return to my room for the ...

    On My Way

    A travel blog entry by enjoytheride on Mar 29, 2010

    ESCOJO MI VIDA: THE NEXT GENERATION: I started another sex education course for 3 reasons: 1)My last group almost entirely fell through (save two students who I graduated), 2)I have so much funding left from the last course and 3)I actually enjoy teaching it. Who knew teaching kids about sex could be so fun? I think the most exciting part of this new group is that they seem more interested than the last group, which could be attributed to their age (high school ...

    Looking Forward by Looking Back

    A travel blog entry by enjoytheride on Sep 02, 2009

    1 comment, 55 photos

    BEST FRIENDS + DR = PANDA? : My anticipation was killing me as I was waiting at the airport to pick up George and Eric. Finally they arrived and we immediately piled into our rented car, a Fiat Panda. It really was as big as it sounds, meaning the size of a shoebox. We drove up north to stay at my girlfriend's house for the first night. Some of us (Eric) had too good of a time so we had to change the schedule around a little but that was fine. ...

    Live from Santo Domingo

    A travel blog entry by akb2ic on Oct 13, 2008

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... but in the few minutes it took to get off the plane, buy a tourist card, and get through customs all hell broke loose from the skies. As I entered baggage claim, the power went out. Somewhere from a dark corner an airport employee was snickering, "Bienvenidos a nuestro pais" ("Welcome to our country"). I just started laughing. The outage only lasted a few minutes so I was able to quickly claim my bag and meet the driver who was there to pick me up. ...

    Ray: Santo Domingo, Dominican Rep - New buddies

    A travel blog entry by couplakiwis on Feb 28, 2008

    6 photos

    ... dirty in others. We often passed what we called "dead zones" where the smell made you want to puke. We wandered along the waterfront where container ships were busy unloading. Our intention was to find a nice beach-like area to relax and enjoy. Unfortunately, while the coastline can look spectacular from a distance as waves smash into the craggy rockscape, on closer inspection we realised that there were huge areas of rubbish that lined the coast. It seemed such ...