Hotel H2 Bavaro
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The bus ride was about 3 hours long. I sat next to Tarvo and asked him questions about his trip so far, and somethings about his life back home in Estonia. I found out he has 2 brothers and a sister, and his brothers names are very similar to his. When we got to Punta Cana, we decided it looked empty and boring, so we continued on with Tarvo to …
... end of the day, was amazing. It was a restaurant that only allows adults that are 19 years and older. So thank God we were above that age or else we wouldn't have been able to enter. But I really recommended this restaurant. The food was amazing and the environment was really nice.
Now, going to bed and waiting to leave tomorrow. :(
Made tons of friends, had tons of fun. I did not really want to leave. But I guess I have to. The morning of, I packed my bag and was ready to leave. Brought our bags to the front of the lobby waiting to be picked up by our travel bus.
Spoke to my parents after breakfast, and guess what our flight is delayed because there was a horrible snow storm in Toronto on the day of our departure. So our flight was delayed till 8 PM. That wasn't that bad, so we ...
... lion show that I keep calling, seals. LOL! oppzz.
But the rest of the day, I was just chilling with my friends by the beach and doing some of the free activities.
By night fall we had another "special dinner," it was the Mediterranean dinner. It was alright. It had seafood and pasta. Nothing really special.
Today is the outback trip. So our hotel is the last to be picked up for almost all the trips, so we could sleep in and not have to worry about missing our trip. Therefore, we are the last ones to be dropped off at the end of the day.
This outback trip is a whole day trip, I know whole day. It must be boring however, we did a lot of driving and a lot of looking. The trip includes alcohol of course, without alcohol how could we function. LOL! In addition, it also includes an ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel H2 Bavaro Punta Cana
The hotel was nice and cheap. It wasn't super close to the beach but it was close to clubs, and there are always plenty of motor taxis waiting for tourist out on the streets. We got a double room (2 double beds) with a hot tub (too bad there was no hot water :( ) and it was 1900 pesos a night. It wasn't the cleanest but it was good enough. It was also safe. There was wifi available in the lobby. If you go here, check out the food cart that is down the road on the way to the clubs. Its in front of a car repair shop. Great food and people :)
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