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I spent the next two days engaged in about the closest thing to a beach vacation I'd spend in the Dominican Republic with two daytrips from Samana town to other parts of the Peninsula. On Sa*************ed northeast to Las Galeras, a sleepy beach town near its northeastern corner. A short distance away lies Playa Rincon, said to be one of the two or three most beautiful beaches in the Dominican Republic. Playa Rincon is certainly quite remote and ...
nights. At 1,000 Dominican pesos or about $23/night for a room with private
bath and air con it was my kind of place. Samana is on the south side of the
peninsula looking across Samana Bay to the mainland. La Bahia de Samana is the
winter habitat of most of the North Atlantic’s population of Humpback Whales
and is considered one of the world’s top ten whale-watching destinations. I was
there a few days to early, though. Their arrival is ...
Well it's now Sunday and sadly we leave tomorrow. We've had a lovely last day with our time split between the beach and pools and enjoyed lots of lilo fun. We are sad to be leaving because we don't want to have to go back and do thinking and jobs. The only good thing about leaving tomorrow is that the world's most annoying group of Americans arrived last night with unbelievably loud voices whooping and hollering over the most ridiculous things, carrying massive flasks and ...
... their tour. Meeting lots of Argentineans at the moment! I had a quick lunch and passion fruit juice before wandering round the whole of the colonial zone. The buildings are multi-coloured and is what I imagine San Juan in Puerto Rico to look like, except here the buildings seems a bit run down and the typical Dominican colmados are everywhere you turn, with loads of electricity wires overhead. I rested in Parque Colón and read more of my book before collapsing on my bed back at ...
... easy for my American hip-hop/house-two-step-feet. Latin dancing is more like one-two-three-four with a lot of switching feet in between. Complicated! Also different was the layout of the club, with the elevated dance floor in the middle and tables with seats around it. They would play a song, and the dance floor would fill up, and when the song ended, everyone returned to their seats while a new group went up. Different from American clubs ...