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... m wondering what I met get from Budget if I
complain about it when I get back home.
Punta Cana and Bavaro look like beautiful places for a
resort holiday, and I did consider a week timeshare trade as a possibility for
my Dominican vacation. The beach is lined with resorts, so there are rather few
access points to the beach for the public. All beaches in the D.R. are
technically public property, though, so you can walk or sit on the sand in
front of ...
... 500 rental I was quoted come to just over $1,200 for two weeks. Ouch! That’s pretty expensive at over $80/day for an economy level car, but I plan to make the most out of my unlimited mileage even if gasoline is considerably more expensive than at home.
I drove eastward shortly after dawn on an expressway of sorts, one with occasional intersections and stoplights. The southeastern Dominican Republic is mostly flat countryside of sugarcane fields stretching to the ...
... and the caves were good. Nadia was our guide for the caves and she was fun and interesting. We were not allowed to take photos in the cave (supposedly because the camera flash might ruin the cave paintings made by the Taino Indians but even non-flash photography is banned so I'm not sure...) After the caves there is an Iguana reserve so we got to see a few of these close up. It seems to be moulting time as they were all shedding their ...
... to see loads of different fish - stripy, electric blue, bright yellow, big fat ones and a tiny little one with a pointy nose (no, I have no idea what each of them were called!). We stayed at the beach for a while relaxing and eating pineapple and cake.
After the beach we went on the boat to Manu Juan, a small village on the island mainly living off the tourists who come on the tours. We were served lunch nearby, a buffet of ...
Got up earlyish (8.30am) to go to Bayahibe. I think Ama's friends appreciated that I could help them get there and show them where the supermarket is in Romana. As it is a bit complicated if you don't know, especially with the transport here! We got to the beach and went for a swim. The beach was packed as it was Easter. The rest of the group arrived, except Ama had apparently returned to Santo Domingo. ...