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... something about going to a bank to pay it (I
think). And then came the, “but you can pay the fine here” part. Ah, una
mordida! At least that’s what it’s called in Mexico, but Omar who I met the day
before in La Cueva said they use a different word for it in the D.R.
“Oh, es muy mucho!”
“No es mucho….habblabba..barrabba… .bradatta……” that I no
... We can see why . .. It has taken us a couple of days to figure things out . . Too bad we leave in a couple of days. Oh well . . :-)
More tourists on this beach - apparently, there are a lot of expats in this area. Not so many locals. Not so many people hawking goods . . . We walked around town a bit - got some money and Judy got herself a bag to ...
... curtain. I saw a giant hissing cockroach. And it was dangling right above my luggage and all of my clothes. I panicked. I tried to distract myself with a book. I tried to go back to sleep (did I really think that was plausible?). I decided to muster up the courage to walk right by the thing and attempt some yoga. But when I pulled the curtain back further, I saw a second roach, scurrying towards my bed. I must have screamed because Jamie was up, and I went running. My plan was ...
This is the real deal. You know how disneyworld does a jungle cruise where it feels near authentic, but you're in no danger? This is what the base it off of.
We took a platform boat from Islabon down the cabarete river. It looked exactly like a page from a book. We arrived at a dinner beach hut where we were served coconut ...
... we would soon see how was prepared!), bananas, and bunnies from a woman named Dilenia that we would soon become familiar with. Obed was there to introduce us to a new and wonderful fruit called grenadilla that was almost like a pomegranate in the way it was filled with edible fruit covered seeds! Only, these were transparent and super, super gooey! After a delicious meal from Dilenia, we prepared for our afternoon activities.
Across the path from ...