Hotel Mango

Arismendy Valenzuela No. 2, Boca Chica, Dominican Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Boca Chica

From Tres Ojos to Boca Chica

A travel blog entry by andrewy on Aug 21, 2013

12 photos

... of a sham, they charge separately for the rice and fried plantain and put almost a 25% "tax" on top of the bill. The guide ordered lunch and two beers on my tab plus I have to pay for his guide for the day. The lunch bill came out a hefty $61, or DR$ 2500. This is close to 1/2 month salary of how much the typical citizen here eats paid. Well, I guess that is how they make a living by ripping off tourist. I slept for a while on the lawn ...

Update 1: long overdue! Work with my baseball boys

A travel blog entry by la_profe on Jan 27, 2010

1 comment, 11 photos

... and Venezuela and Cuba too!) who have been scouted for their baseball talent. This is a new initiative and way of stream-lining the up-and-coming players to the major leagues, and was created with the goal of eliminating corruption within the recruitment of new players (at least, that is how it was explained to me). Once the boys have been discovered, they are sent to the "academy," as we affectionately call it…meaning they are sent ...

Livin' La Vida Loca

A travel blog entry by enjoytheride on Mar 01, 2009

... situation other than saying "I'll find a way." ON A LIGHTER NOTE: I have been busy recently! With planning projects out, meetings with the mayor and community groups, and living on my own, I don't find myself bored very often any more. Things here still take longer to implement than they do in the states, but it is becoming easier to deal with and I am understand how to work with the people in the community in a way where both of our ideas are satisfied. ...

The end

A travel blog entry by akb2ic on Dec 07, 2008

1 comment, 9 photos

... season in my mind I need chilly weather, incessant holiday music (in English), obnoxiously large down jackets, and mugs of hot cocoa. Watch out Christmas - here I come. So what's next for me now that my Dominican adventure is over? After I manage to chip my frozen self off the plane in Rochester, I'm putting my head down and focusing on finding a job. I'm planning to move to Washington, DC and find a communications-related position in the human services ...

Santo Domingo

A travel blog entry by jeremyj on Aug 25, 2008

1 comment, 14 photos

... Jews from Curacao, Canary Islanders, Germans, Italians, Cubans, Puerto Ricans, Lebanese, Syrian, Jewish refugees, Japanese, Hungarians, Chinese and many others. In fact, Chinese immigrants were the second fastest growing immigrant group in the Dominican Republic. I arrive in Zona Colonial, one of the historical districts in Santo Domingo, by taxi and quickly settle into a very cheap hotel that borders El Conde (a popular street ...


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