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... for the most part we had a nice chat. Plus their accents are very different! I spent the whole day on the beach, swimming and snoozing in the shade. I had a late lunch of seafood and pasta. And for dinner went to a local place and had empanadas and yucca chips. Then went back to the hotel to chill out and pack ready for going to Santo Domingo tomorrow ...
... 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 ...
... There's also a nice terrace area where they serve breakfast and the shower, oh the shower! There's a proper shower head and after a few minutes I noticed there's hot water. To be honest I didn't like the hot water, in this climate a hot shower is the last thing you want! But it was an amazing shower - best yet! Tomorrow I go on a tour to Isla Saona. When I've visited Bayahibe before ...
... Let your work be shown to your servants and your glorious power to their children. Let the favor of The Lord our God be upon us, and establish the work of our hands upon us; yes establish the work of our hands!" This team has been awesome. As the day began the LORD established the work of our hands. Each person assumed an integral role in the process of caring for these folks. As the day progressed the whole team ...
... how the other half lives. As we meander down tree shaded streets lined with exotic mansions and elegant high rise apartment buildings, it seems to us that wealthy Dominicans live very well.
We return back through the colonial sector and over the Ozama River past an unusual monument commemorating the sugar cane industry, looking for the ubiquitous Columbus Lighthouse, known locally as El Faro. It was completed in 1992 on the 500th anniversary of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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