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... for dinner: coffee break: have dinner: drinks and cards: sleep: repeat. It was wonderful. We threw some kayaking in there along with losing room keys in the ocean, changing all (6) of our names to "princesa" and trying to crash wedding parties. It's yet another checkmark on our beautifully growing list of completed adventures.
Less sleeping, more doing. I've been busy back home though packing up my life so I can bring it overseas with me. I sent a suitcase with Rob ...
... properties from a place where there is public access to the
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 ...
... one of the not so good things that happened on the trip my two daughters and I were on one parasail one daughter is 21 the other seven we landed in the ocean and got drug a little bit under the water and the parasail came down into the water and we had to be rescued by another boat. Everyone was okay but shaken up and swallowed a bit of ocean water. I took a lot of pictures which I am happy I did on this trip and really enjoyed some family time before school started back ...
... Dominican flag, you'll get a piece of meat, plaintain, rice and salad. After feeling slightly stuffed from breakfast I spent the morning exploring museums and the cathedral in the colonial zone. There are many sights in Santo Domingo which are the first of the Americas including the Cathedral and the first hospital (although it's in ruins now). The Museo de las Casas Reales was packed full of info on Colón and the Spanish conquistadores. There was an interesting section on ...
... Slept in late and sat around chatting in the room until heading to the breakfast buffet. - Scored towels and floaties and hung out at the quiet end of the pool in the grass and read - So relaxing and laid back. Perfect Saturday. - Broke for snacks around 3 - Caribbean sun has been amazing. At home, I had to constantly moisturize but the humidity meant our skin was healing from the dry cold of a Canadian winter - We ...