Villa Iguana Bayahibe
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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
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... for lure and where they were catching their fish. He has informed us that when he grows up he wants to be a Captain and owner of a fishing charter company. Proud Mom.
My favorite part of Casa De Campo was touring around in the golf cart and seeing all the houses on the compound. One of the marina residence shared with us that 60% of the houses belonged to government officials. The $290 check in now made a little more sense. We also visited ...
... up violation worthy of extorting a
bit of money when a car is involved.
I turned west again to go to Lago Enriquillo. That would be
Lake Little Henry, named after a Taino chief who led an uprising against the
Spaniards. Enriquillo is situated about 120 feet below sea level in a desert
between two mountain ranges. The lake is highly saline and home to iguanas, a
variety of birds, and the biggest crocodiles in the Americas. A weird
... I find the Dominican version of Spanish to be very hard
to understand. He called Budget on his cell phone, and after a while it was
resolved that he’d let me go if I drove directly to the Budget Rent-A-Car booth
at the Punta Cana airport about an hour away to get the registration sticker.
Well, looks like I’m going to Punta Cana after all!
“Very sorry for the inconvenience, man!” was all I got from
the rep at the airport. Hmmm, ...
I chose the best flight deal I could find from the New York area to Santo Domingo, a redeye flight from JFK Airport that got me to my destination at 4:30 A.M. I chose Santo Domingo because of direct flights from New York, but there are apparently direct flights from the U.S. to several other airports in the Dominican Republic. I think I may have managed to get a few winks on the flight.
After clearing immigration and customs I had to find my car rental. The auto rental desks in ...
Another day, another port. The Dominican Republic is the eastern side of the island of Hispaniola. The western side is Haiti. We docked at a port called La Romana. There are a few different things you can do here. We chose to visit some caves call Cueva de las Miravillas (the cave of miracles). It was a great option because we got to see a bit of the countryside, we had a very good taxi driver who told us a bit about the island life ...