Hotel La Catalina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Cabrera
... Parillada Mixta at an Argentine restaurant, and a whole grilled Red Snapper at a beach grill at Playa Rincon – but not much of it except for a side of tostones (deep fried plantain slices) was very Dominican.
I drove back across the peninsula via a different route through a beautiful landscape of tropical forest and banana and cocoa plantations, a perfect tropical Caribbean paradise with some great views of the Atlantic and the ...
We are at the Santo Domingo International airport preparing to board our first flight to Newark, NJ. We should arrive around 4:30 and we will spend the night in Newark. Our flight tomorrow is very early and we should arrive in XNA by 8:30 am. God has done some amazing things this week. The team in El Factor will be going back next week to ...
After many tears, we left Nagua around 1:00 and headed to Santo Domingo. We arrived safely and have spent the rest of the evening hanging out and playing cards. After many hours in the son working and building relationships, it was good to take a break for a while. We will be headed out first thing in the morning to do some sports ministry and sight seeing before checking into the hotel for the last leg of the ...
... us to the video music. Hailey Hawks read the children the bible story in Spanish. She did a great job and we were very proud of her. Ali incorporated a lesson using disappearing paper and how when we confess of our sins, God wipes them away never to be hear of again. The water she used represented a cleaning of our hearts that only God can do. I followed Ali's lesson with the plan of Salvation. When I asked children ...
... took the dinghy into town - bringing six dozen eggs on a crowded van from Puerto Plata seemed a bit too risky, so I still had some last minute shopping. I walked up to the Comandante to look for Pete, but they quickly told me el capitan was no longer there. As I walked back down to the street, the dockmaster, Eduardo, was waiting on his motorbike - "Where ees your 'usband? I wan' to talk to heem." Without expending the time or the effort to explain that "Pete no ...