Hotel Villa Taina
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
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Day 9- I keep having dreams about Angeli. I also can't help myself from waking up at 6:30 every morning even though we are allowed to sleep in much later. Today, we woke up and then headed over to Cabarete and the lazy dog cafe! Yay wifi! I talked to my friends and family and enjoyed the indoors for a bit. I went out on the sunny beach for just an hour before we all ate pizza for lunch! I've missed pizza so much, so I was extremely excited ...
... at the top and plants trees or something, but our group didn't. On the way down, I fell 2 times because I was running so fast to get out of this place. I was so relieved at the bottom, I bought two water bottles and drank them both on the spot. So. Thirsty. I fell asleep on the bus ride home, but woke up because there was a giant forest fire a mile or so from the side of the road and I had to close my window. When I got back, I showered, then ...
... up with a skit about an assigned topic. After a group preformed, everybody else would have to guess the theme. My group got the theme: road rage -- Dominican drivers in the United States. Funny stuff. I was with a a guy named Ryan from VA, Danielle, also from VA, and my friend Riley from Nappa, CA. We came up with a pretty funny skit and I enjoyed performing it. Watching all the 9 other skits was also a great time because everyone's ...
... hanging around Kite Beach Hotel and Rick took me to all the local beaches and spots in Cabarete, as well as the hills behind it where his friend Franklin lives. The area back there was lush and tropical and we hiked down to the river that ran past it for a swim. The current was quite strong, just like the rivers in Ecuador, and the river bed was lined with incredibly green trees and dense foliage. It ...
... br> out how many of each is left if you really want to win.
The first night of the home-stay was a little rough. The shallow
river bath we took only seemed to add to the sweat induced by heat and heavy humidity.
There was little to do beyond reading and chatting with the local teen boys,
always present in numbers, many of whom quickly developed love interests in the
four American female volunteers visiting.
Desperate for ...