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We landed a little bit early at Punta Cana International Airport which was surprising but welcome. Our plane didn't pull up to the terminal, it parked away in a sort of plane parking lot. We were greeted on the Tarmac by a strange bus with no seats. They really don't need seats as the journey is quite literally 2 minutes to ...
... at some point if I tried
to make it all the way.
There’s no direct route from the Punta Cana area to the
Samana Peninsula, so I had to cross back to the south coast on a spectacular
road over the Cordillera Oriental, a real backwoods experience through small
villages of colorful wooden houses with peeling paint where people still use
horses for transportation. It was some authentic tropical mountain scenery with
great views back to the Bahia ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... for fun in Guelph, and took great pleasure in smelling the leaves drying in the sun.
It wasn't all sunshine and happiness though; Dave became very sick and we were fortunate to be on a resort equipped with a hospital. It was here that we learned how lucky we are to live in Canada. We were fully insured, but Dave's insurance required upfront payment with reimbursement to follow. It was scary and costly and in the end, it turned out to be dehydration and ...