The Puntacana Hotel
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... bullfrogs are busy chattering all around you adding to the atmosphere. I would not have thought that the atmosphere could be topped, but the food and service did just that. Several waiters are constantly busy doting on you to make sure that you have everything you require. They are there just when you need them, but are unobtrusive at the same time. The meal certainly rivaled any dining experience I've ever paid for and bested most. I ...
... they drive their customers away by being so pushy. The thing that I dislike about it the most is that it is very apparent that they are poor and you can almost smell the desperation on them. It seems that they are trying to guilt you into making a purchase. It is definitely something that I don't do well ...
... for fun in Guelph, and took great pleasure in smelling the leaves drying in the sun.
It wasn't all sunshine and happiness though; Dave became very sick and we were fortunate to be on a resort equipped with a hospital. It was here that we learned how lucky we are to live in Canada. We were fully insured, but Dave's insurance required upfront payment with reimbursement to follow. It was scary and costly and in the end, it turned out to be dehydration and ...
... to the airport and both of our flights were delayed for some time, but as luck would have it, our flights were out of the same gate so we got to sit and chat together for the rest of my time in DR.
All in all I had a very good time on this trip. I will probably not be going back to Santo Domingo again, but I would like to visit the northern part of the country (like Puerto Plata and Santiago)
Time to start planning my next adventure, to Europe!
... liquid refreshment."
While the girls are setting things up, I wander over to the point, looking back over the perfect crescent of the bay. I begin to get form an opinion that the Dominican Republic as a developing nation is extremely disorganized. Perhaps Boca Chica would have looked like this if we had managed to barge our way past the touts and blatant commercialization on the shore. Fortunately here there are still some openings giving us easy access to ...