Club Lookea Samana
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... Samana from as high as 1,500 feet. Unfortunately, the heavy rain overnight made me skip the area’s top natural attraction, the Salto de Limon, a waterfall that’s either an hour hike each way along a steep and usually very muddy trail or a guided horse ride trip, and those things scare me. I always think of Christopher Reeve whenever I ride a horse; if a horse could do that to Superman, imagine what one could do to a chubby middle-aged guy like ...
nights. At 1,000 Dominican pesos or about $23/night for a room with private
bath and air con it was my kind of place. Samana is on the south side of the
peninsula looking across Samana Bay to the mainland. La Bahia de Samana is the
winter habitat of most of the North Atlantic’s population of Humpback Whales
and is considered one of the world’s top ten whale-watching destinations. I was
there a few days to early, though. Their arrival is ...
... on the beach including a hummingbird which you can just see at the top of one of the photos I will add here. On the day when we went on our trip, people from other hotels were going to spend the afternoon on our island's public beach as part of their excursion. There's quite a few shops and restaurants on there during the day. We can go on there if we want to, but there's no point when it's busy with intruders and all the sellers try to sell you stuff. It's much nicer when ...
... a while to cool down, we had a good sleep and slept right through til about 7. We don't feel too bad at all today. Our room is a suite and we have a lounge area and a jacuzzi bath and shower. We've got a 4 poster bed which is really comfy and a mini bar and a big balcony. We have got to meet our rep Miss Jessica at 12.30 so we are going to have an explore ...
... but now he’s happily gulping them down. What a relief. We gulp down our meal like starving dogs, and head home.
The hike back to the chalet is twice as hot and seems twice as long, but as soon as we get back, we put the boy down for a nap. Finally, four hours of peace.
After he wakes up, we head to town for dinner. Same behavior, only no Isabel to come to our rescue. A hot and sweaty walk back to the chalet rewards us with a cold ...