Hotel Residencial El Candil
Travel Blogs from Dominican Republic
... we headed to Laguna Gri Gri, for a boat ride through a lagoon and into a Caribbean cove. We saw lush tropical wildlife, swam up to a cave, fed some fish. I felt like a mermaid. I'm not sure what else to say about that. We just jumped off the side of the boat and swam in the crystal clear water surrounded by immense beauty.
We arrived at la Playa Grande, and had lunch on the beach. The coconut drinks were delicious, and the beach was nothing short of postcard ...
... headlights? Hahaha, no way) and crossed the river to where our bus was waiting. That little in the dark in the jungle boat ride feels like the most adventurous thing ice ever done. From there we piled 20 of into a small bus and off-roaded through the scenic jungle till we found a road. I think we counted off 6 times in half an hour! ...
... the highly admirable community members (noted by both Juana and Ubaldo), is a major pioneer in the collaboration with the government. It was cool that Fausto was mentioned in both meetings as a very admirable and integral asset to the community.
Before we headed back down the mountain that we had worked so ***********quer the day before, a few of us went to help Obed pick some of his fruits. His passion, again, was so evident. During the short trek to ...
... of the necessity of these questions. For the past many years, his family has spent ...
... to help us have it.
One final point – our team has been so blessed in unity and
shared passion for what we’re doing. God has placed each of us here for a
reason and I’m so thankful for the way we’ve bonded and worked together so far!
Thank you so much for reading our blogs and following along on this trip as we
learn and grow, and share it all with you!