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... stuff in during the day. The young man at the store was 19 years old and spoke wonderful English. Makes us feel pretty bad that we speak so little Spanish . . . Cindy really does pretty well talking with the locals . The others of us - not so well . . . :-).
I walked the beach for about an hour - hoping to see the kite riders up close . . . Fun to ...
... Horton’s for breakfast. We thought about reading the paper again thinking we might find another smoking travel deal, but then decided that we shouldn’t because if we found one we couldn’t resist, we may end up in stuck in Canada for the winter. We will be running out of good weather here soon and need to keep rolling.
The flight to Puerto Plata was delayed a bit but in just less than four hours we were transported to this tropical Caribbean island. ...
... Annalise who watches birds eat bugs for fun. She and Tori were both up, and agreed to help me. They came up you our room and masterfully chased down the bugs while Miss Morgan and I stood in the hallway watching (and possibly screaming) in fear. I owe these girls everything I have. They killed and disposed of the cucarachas. In going through our clothes, Jamie found a third one in her swimsuit. Annalise and Tori to the rescue again.
Once we were able to put that ...
... by rice chicken, fried fish (none for me, of course), and delicious plantains.
We stayed for a beach bonfire, and finished the night with some dancing with the local Dominicans that were there to serve/ have dinner.
The kids were crazy about a baby kitten they found.
Heading back, we stepped onto the boat in ...
... trees, he mentioned that when he comes up to pick his fruits, all of his stress disappears. It was funny seeing him effortlessly climb up a huge grenade tree to retrieve the strange, tasty fruit. Obed hopes to see growth in produce though an increase in the number of trees, in which the count currently sits around 80. When we were back at the centre we thanked him for showing us his greenhouse and he lit up again. Obed is such an amazing and passionate man. He ...