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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 ...
... more-or-less penis-shaped
landform that just about 50 miles eastward into the Caribbean from the
Dominican Republic’s northeastern coast. Samana is a popular tourist
destination but different from the southeast in the sense of having more
smaller boutique hotels in several small towns that attract a mellower crowd of
mostly French and Italian independent travelers rather than large all-inclusive
I found a private room in a hostel in Samana ...
Well it's now Sunday and sadly we leave tomorrow. We've had a lovely last day with our time split between the beach and pools and enjoyed lots of lilo fun. We are sad to be leaving because we don't want to have to go back and do thinking and jobs. The only good thing about leaving tomorrow is that the world's most annoying group of Americans arrived last night with unbelievably loud voices whooping and hollering over the most ridiculous things, carrying massive flasks and ...
... 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 ...