Travel Blogs from Cabarete
Vi busser tvers over øya, og kommer til en liten by Sosua, derfra tar vi en taxi i 30 minutter, og ankommer Cabarete en sen aften. Vi tar inn på et koselig, lite og billig hotell rett ved stranden, og får ett søtt lite(!) rom, uten aircondition, og har det VARMT! mange kalddusjer for å få sove hehe..
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Caberete is a touristy town that has developed around the wind. Since the wind here is very strong and fairly consistent, it has developed into a haven for windsurfing and kitesurfing enthusiasts. Since the 1980s, the town has hosted both professional and international competitions. When you walk along the beach, the air is full of kites, …
... one of the most beautiful beaches in the world
This one comes with a brief history lesson! Wahoo!
Four sisters, the Mirabal sisters, were born into a wealthy family during the Trujillo dictatorship in the Dominican Republic (born from 1924-1935). Minerva, one of the sisters, became very involved in the anti-Trujillo revolution. She was even personally sought out by Trujillo and he made several sexual advances towards her. While women were not allowed to ...
... on my sandwich! Avocado is currently in season and served with meals frequently. The avocados here are HUGE, the pits are as big as the whole avocado in the US!
SquareOne- Our favorite place to hangout is a casual restaurant across from the University called SquareOne (Where I am currently writing this post). It's great for doing homework (or blog posts...) and has the best ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet