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Traveling is an excellent way to meet new people. You get to make new friends who have similar goals as you. From our travels our travel buddy system became a sisterhood of many travelers. Lifelong friends that live all over the US and outside of US. So our small sisterhood decided to plan a trip outside of the country.
Our first journey brought us to the beautiful Caribbean Sea to an island rich in ...
... de Rio Chavon. The Rio Chavon is an area with wonderful shops and restaurants. The view of the river was superb as you can see from the pictures. It was shared with us that they hired a set designer from Hollywood to design it and put it all together. One thing we noticed was that barely anyone was there. We saw 6 groups total while we were there for three hours. How could a place so pretty and cared for have so little commerce? How does a ...
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Punta Cana is full of Europeans and North Americans playing
golf, baking in the sun, stuffing themselves on hotel buffets, and taking bus
day trips on all-inclusive packages. I saw some of those tour buses at the
basilica in Higuey and even driving through the sugarcane fields and felt so
glad to be in my own car rather than on a package tour.
I continued northwest along ...
This weekend I am visiting the capital Santo Domingo. I arrived today, and the journey here was actually easier than I though it'd be. First, I had to take a guagua to La Romana from Guaymate, then from the park there is a free shuttle bus to a bus station outside of the city. The buses to the capital are not like the guaguas but normal coaches which also play films. The only interesting event that happened was just before we reached the capital, a guy ...
Went to the river again today. I was a bit nervous as there was a lot more people than last time, most of whom I didn't know and I was finding it hard to understand most of them! However, ended up having a great day and at the end I understood people slightly better!
One guy had just won the under-23s national mountainbike competition on Sunday and is originally from a batey here. Another was a chef and was in charge of the sancoche. I helped to make dumplings which ...