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... reached by boat that automobile, but the winding road through small villages was not a bad one and the final approach from the hills to the beach did provide the sensation of arriving at a remote tropical paradise.
Playa Rincon is palm-fringed with very white sand and two crescent shaped beaches on either side of a small headland, one with the rough surf of the open Atlantic, the other the tranquil waters of a sheltered bay. The water ...
... in the D.R. to be quite tolerable and didn’t even miss air
conditioning the several nights I stayed in places that were only equipped with
a ceiling fan.
I found my own private beach at Playa Las Flechas east of
Samana, one of the places that make the claim of being the first place in
Hispaniola Columbus went ashore. It was my kind of beach – one where I was the
only one on it and the waves were strong enough to make frolicking in the water
... buggered off and there's no one around. Tonight we are going back to Don Pablo gourmet restaurant as it's our last night. We've got to pack as well because we have to have checked out by 9.30 - our boat for the mainland leaves at 10. It's going to be a very long today tomorrow. We're due back in Manchester on Tuesday morning at 6. I'll add some more photos now. See you soon - we hope the weather gets a bit better in the UK ready for our return. It looks awful! Love Julie and Simon ...
... wok. Not sure why it was in a wok. It was basically strawberry gateau. We liked the guava cake and the chocolate cornflake cakes but as usual the Caribbean puddings are a bit pants. Today it's Dominican night. Who knows what treats lie ahead.... There are some right strange people here. I shall tell you about a few: 1. A man who looks like a cross between Bill Clinton and Father Ted - we like to call him Bill ...
... beach you’re drenched. I’m concerned about the ecological impacts of my sweat to the ocean’s salinity, but I plunge in nonetheless.
The bay we are in is beautiful – La Playita. La Playita is a long curving white sand beach, capped on either end by short rocky points. It is a Saturday, but there are fewer than 20 people on the entire beach. No hawkers to worry about.
It was about 5 years ago that I was able to ...