Caribe Surf Hotel
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... recommended by my guidebook. The place was actually more like a bed and breakfast with about 12 rooms in a large converted mansion behind the owner’s home. The hosts spoke English quite well and the price was right at about $25/night including a good breakfast. Oh, and they have a very adorable French bulldog and some cats to keep you company in the big entrance hall and dining area.
As far as I can tell, there was only one other guest that night, a Dutch man I met ...
... 8221; That’s a presidential
quote I’ve heard referred to many times over the years as an explanation for
American support for brutal dictatorships around the world. For some reason I
thought the quote was Lyndon Johnson’s and had something to do with the Vietnam
War, but I recently learned those were actually Franklin D. Roosevelt’s words
and the ******* he was referring to was Rafael Trujillo.
... m the oldest, by far.
In fact I'm the only American mama, and I think the teens are at least slightly comforted by the fact that I'm here. (Side note of proof: We played a game last night where we had to describe a secret member of the group as if he/she was a _____ what would they be and why. One of the quieter kids called me a fruit milkshake because at first he didn't know why I (it?) would be here, but now he realizes that it just ...
... lining at a Monkey habit, followed by some up close time with the monkeys. This was terrifying and exhilarating all at the same time, mostly because I don't seem to be very good at Zip-lining.
All in all, the vacation was everything we wanted/expected out of our first time leaving the country on an all inclusive. I would definitely go back, knowing I would have an even better time with the knowledge I gained. Travel Cherry ...
... to let up. Eventually, she brought us out umbrellas and we got started. Unfortunately, they did not allow pictures and I respected this. I did get pictures of the grounds though. The house had been built in 1954 and it was pretty extravagant then and it is to this day compared to the surrounding areas. The Mirabal family had a pretty well to do life because the family owned many farms and cacao plants and a gas station.
The first room we went into was ...