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... at some point if I tried
to make it all the way.
There’s no direct route from the Punta Cana area to the
Samana Peninsula, so I had to cross back to the south coast on a spectacular
road over the Cordillera Oriental, a real backwoods experience through small
villages of colorful wooden houses with peeling paint where people still use
horses for transportation. It was some authentic tropical mountain scenery with
great views back to the Bahia ...
... Nacional Parque del Este where Isla Saona is located is also said to be the best area in the country for scuba diving.
After a lunch with exceptionally slow service I went for a drive to the national park. The road turned to dirt at the park’s entrance (nothing my little KIA couldn’t handle) and then ends a short distance beyond at a deserted park headquarters. An attendant emerged to collect my park entrance fee, and then I was off on my hike to Cueva de ...
... of dancing again creating a great atmosphere. Ama and 3 of her friends went on to another gagá in a batey, whilst her other 2 friends stayed in Guaymate at the charity. We chatted all evening about different things, mainly about what Chile is like and Dominican Republic.It was really nice to chat to them, and felt my Spanish had improved. Went to bed early as we plan to go to Bayahibe tomorrow to reunite with Ama and the rest of the ...
...No. of Dominicans left to convert: Only about 10 million or so .
Today a previous volunteer came to visit from Chile. She is now living in Santo Domingo and before I came here she helped me with advice about volunteering, so it was nice to meet her in person. She also gave me further warning about the weather, apparently in May it absolutely chucks it down and in June and July it gets ...
... bit of interest could be taken as you must be extremely interested and want to keep talking. Anyway, this is something that I will have to get used unfortunately. That said, I have never felt unsafe here, the guys just talk to you and if you are uninterested they soon leave you alone.
Today I went to Bayahibe beach by myself. It was even better than Caleta beach last weekend. More tourists but the sand is whiter and a bit cleaner. I managed to find a ...