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Got up early for an adventure farther inland to tour the beautiful Ciguapa Falls. David came with us and we were joined by a funky German couple, Julia and Anis. The tour included two classic Dominican meals and an exhilarating hike through the countryside. We got to pick passion fruit for a snack on the way up to the falls. The whole trip was an amazing experience that got our adrenaline pumping and had us all exhausted by ...
... about that. What makes a country poor? Was it lack of street lights and and public transportation? The unbearable presence of prostitution? I couldn't tell, but I knew that, sitting on the lighted , tourist riddled beach of Cabarete, I did not feel like I was in the poorest country I have ever seen. I refuse to use the iceberg analogy for personal reasons, but I will say this: I think a very important lesson I am learning around approaches of sustainable development is that ...
... and an American breakfast. Of course we all shared. :). We finished off our breakfast with Cami's own mama Juana brew. Spectacular. Bellies full we grabbed a cab back to the hotel and began our job as acting concierge. To thank Monica and Mars for joining me and helping with the event I took the to dinner at Bliss. What an amazing experience! We were told this was one of the best spots in Cabarete but did not have a clue until we dug in. Everything was ...
... hotels and found a luxurious palace compared to Rocky’s. It was called Europa
and the best part is that we were now 100 yards from Plan B. Heaven! Our second
to last day, we visited a natural wonder called 27 Charcos (translates to
Puddles). One of the most incredible things I have ever seen. Hidden swimming
pools, cascades, and waterslides naturally carved into the rock. We have plenty
of photos and a few videos. The last day we decided to ...
... describe them as the Johnny Appleseed of Computers,
Installing them wherever in hopes that they will one day be of use to
With me on the Moca bus were Zenia and Keeton and we gabbed about hair, and
food and our respective places of origin as the windows of our
air-conditioned charter bus revealed an autopista flanked by mountains,
subtropical forest, and even a rice field planted in cooperation with ...