Playa Sans Souci Hotel
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... who told me he was in Puerto Plata to learn Spanish. Really? Why would anyone pick the Dominican Republic as the place to study Spanish? They speak such a fast and sloppy dialect of it in the Caribbean islands compared to the clearer dialect in Mexico and Andean South America. Well, I guess he wasn’t necessarily learning Dominican, and Puerto Plata has nice beaches which Quito and Medellin and Antigua don’t have.
The Teleferico to the top of Pico Isabel de Torres, ...
... Trujillo agreed to accept up to 100,000
Jewish refugees from Nazi-occupied Europe. In the end only about 700 arrived
and were settled in a lightly populated area on the north coast and provided
with farmland to develop a dairy industry. Most of the remaining Jews sold
their land and emigrated during the local tourism boom in the 1980s. Sosua is
now a busy tourist town but still has a synagogue and an adjacent ...
... explained, he has bought properties around the world in cities where he spent enough time to figure out potential opportunities for rising property values. Now he rents those properties out to vacationers and lives in them when they're empty. I was both envious and inspired by these people, reminding myself what I already knew from living and working in Thailand and Australia: we always have choices, it's just up ...
... in my
reaction. While in Barbados for our February field course, I passed this very
scene with my colleagues. They all made comments about the beauty and vigor in
the ritual. I, however, may have been the only one in the group irreverently
competitive enough to think, “I want to beat them”. It was more than just a
thought. It was a commitment. A commitment with no direct vision or plan of action.
There was no ...
This was both mine and my Husband's first time out of the Country. It was a somewhat spur decision, having found a good deal a month before and deciding to do it. We didn't know what to expect but got lots of advice from others - don't leave the resort, don't eat the ketchup, etc. I was blown away by the beauty of the place as soon as we arrived. The Airport was a little unnerving, being hustled through customs with a lot of ...