Plaza Real Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to travel like mine so we are a perfect match.
Traveling is an excellent way to meet new people. You get to make new friends who have similar goals as you. From our travels our travel buddy system became a sisterhood of many travelers. Lifelong friends that live all over the US and outside of US. So our small sisterhood decided to plan a trip outside of the country.
Our first journey brought us to the beautiful Caribbean Sea to an island rich in ...
... house, and driving Alberto to his orphanage, NPH.
The orphanage was wonderful, open, colorful, and happy - the kids spent most of the time playing and it was clear why Alberto wanted to return so badly to the rest of his friends and his school.
Afterwards, Steph drove us to a small restaurant near Playa Carribe where we ...
After saying goodbye to my family in Florida, I packed my 3 duffel bags and continued on to Santo Domingo, but only made it here with 2 bags, as JetBlue has a new policy that no one is allowed to bring more than 2 bags to the Dominican Republic...so one bag had to travel all the way back to Canada with my mother, so that I can bring it with me when I go back to Halifax in August.
In any event, I did arrive safe and sound, and was picked up no problem and ...
... and me. They are so relieved and thankful for this enormous generosity, and they wanted me to try to express their gratitude to all who have helped...although I don't think it is possible to put it into words! They told me that they can't believe that I know so many angels in Canada who have answered their prayers to God, and that they want to thank each and every person who ...
... and I and a few of the students went out to the highway to wait for the bus. When it arrived, the students were all chasing it, and the high school students got off and gathered around to listen to the teacher's welcome and information about the batey. These high school students had never seen a batey before, as they come from a rather rich city far from the sugar cane fields. They were polite and gracious, and were very interested to see ...