Coco Cabanas Beach Club

Address: Playa Magante, La Yagua, Gaspar Hernandez, Dominican Republic | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Playa Magante, La Yagua, Gaspar Hernandez.
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    Travel Blogs from Gaspar Hernandez

    Running in the Dominican Republic

    A travel blog entry by mc_junior on May 25, 2014

    4 photos

    Running on the beach in 30 degrees heat and 90% humidity is hard work!!!

    I ran barefoot once, sprint training in the soft was a mistake as all of my toes blistered.

    I can only run on the weekend and it is tough running on the sand but I am glad that I can run ...

    Maria Auxiliadora - Mary My Helper

    A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on Apr 30, 2014

    4 comments, 1 photo

    ... in the unusually high (at least regarding local standards) rates of TEARS students who have continued on to graduate college.

    Although the TEARS school began fully funded by donors in the West, it became officially recognized and accredited by the Dominican government upon its twelfth year running, back in 2012. Since then, seventy percent of its funding has been coming from the local government! This is very exciting to hear, as it is a crucial step towards ...

    Our Taste of beach living

    A travel blog entry by joey1ball on Dec 02, 2010

    4 photos

    ... The owner's name is Liz, and she speaks multiple languages, including English. The apartment we ended up renting was very small, and so we stayed at the Bahia Blanca for the first 4 days of our trip. The rooms were clean, and bigger than our apartment! There was hot water and a generator, so electricity was reliable after 8 p.m. No TV or extras, very basic, but a beautiful, relaxing view on ethereal balconies. ...

    What happen in La Vega, Tay in La Vega

    A travel blog entry by projectpaz on Feb 27, 2010

    1 comment, 30 photos

    Have you ever wanted to watch a parade of characters who resemble villains from multiple series of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, all the while covering your own ass, literally, to keep it from being hit by said characters, with a multi-colored, rock filled faux sheep’s bladder? What’s that you say? You need merengue played at full volume and a boisterous Mardi Gras type crowd around you? Well say no more, and welcome to the world famous La Vega ‘Carnaval’. ...

    Moving Day

    A travel blog entry by joey1ball on Dec 03, 2009

    4 photos

    ... our stay, because the apartments are so small, it's more like a hotel. Ours was suppposed to have electricity and hot water, and cable tv. Well, we had consistant cable, but the other two were hit and miss. We paid $360 US dollars per month for our apartment, which is a very good deal, however, there are other better deals in town. I think ours was on the high end because of the location, however, it really only takes 10-15 minutes to ...