Coco Cabanas Beach Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the 70's, I don't feel old because of that. Spending this time with these younger playful and energetic people has revitalized the youth in me. I feel connected to the teachers and the kids in a way that would not have so easily happened at home.
Beyond all of that, we're here for one last day with the neighborhood kids and everyone was feeling a mix of emotions about that. Sadness, accomplishment, happiness, gratefulness for what we do have, and hope. ...
... and national progress. With the progress the school has seen, I can only imagine that it will continue to grow, and therefore influence increasing amounts of children in the surrounding community. I am impressed by the intentionality TEARS has put toward relying less on out-of-country funding, and am curious as to how this vision could be implemented in many other development projects around the globe. Although Western funding is evidently worth utilizing, it is not beneficial as ...
... 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. ...
... celebration is held every week in February all over the Dominican Republic, leading up to the weekend of the 27th of February, which is not only the culmination of Carnaval, but also the DR’s independence day. Party. With a capital P. Throughout the DR, the Carnival that takes place in the town of La Vega is widely considered to be the largest and certainly the most authentic in the nation. The town itself is little more than an agricultural town and rest stop on the ...
... 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 ...