Travel Blogs from Puerto Plata
... one of the most beautiful beaches in the world
This post is dedicated to food! Midday lunch is the largest meal of the day here with a smaller breakfast and dinner served as well. Here's a typical day of food:
- Breakfast- Any combination of freshly made juice, toast with jam or ham and cheese, cornflakes (a general term for all kinds of cereal), saltine crackers, and fruit
- Lunch- Rice, beans, meat and ...
... seen any tension at PUCMM. I think that among younger, educated Dominicans the tensions seem to be diminishing a little. It's hard for me to commentate as a white, blonde girl living here. Others may see a completely different side than I do. I'm hoping to gain more insight into the situation as I continue my D/H relations class and spend more time in the country.
I hope that kinda sorta answered your question!
Dale Pa' Alla
Hanging With Dave Part 1
Posted: 02 Jun 2011 10:00 AM PDT
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Both David Richie and I each live half an hour from Santiago and on Friday
our curiosity and desire to explore the Dominican Republic's second-largest
city got the ...
... was "Holy ****, the dog got out!" I was ready to run. That wasn’t even to what really happened. One of the girls Lauren, must have got terrified by the dog, because the loud thud was her running straight into a street sign. She was in pain for a little bit, but being such an easy going girl she eventually laughed it off. After all the madness, we made it safely back to ISA and boy was I glad. I can’t wait to see what other crazy things I’m going to experience with this ...