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Travel Blogs from Punta Cana

Adventures in Bavaro!

A travel blog entry by britbarbie

14

... got off the bus and stopped at a food cart we found and the people who ran it were SO AWESOME. It was a woman from Austria and her husband from Dominican Republic. The woman spoke English and they sat with us while we ate and talked for a while. They were so nice! We found out they were Merengue dancers and she told us how they met. OH MY GOSH WHAT A LOVE STORY! I will retell the best that I can;

Leaving

A travel blog entry by vizcho

9

Today is actually our last day of our trip.

We didn't do anything interesting today, however, we did have an amazing dinner at the end of the day. We went to the spa, and we to the sauna.

Shopping is really important, the guide and the man from the airport told us not to go the Haitian's stalls at the end of the beach because ...

Adiós Amigos

A travel blog entry by vizcho

... still forced to take the 8 PM bus to the airport. So we spend almost all night at the airport. We slept on benches that were there. Of course Punta Cana was not expecting to have this many people to be at the airport at once. There were people lying on the floor and sprawled out everywhere. The amount of walking space was limited. Causing walking hazards and such. Eventually our plane has arrived after a another set back. There were no planes in Toronto that ...

Splash

A travel blog entry by vizcho

5

Fourth day here in Punta Cana. Enjoying the sun.

Today, my boyfriend and I went to the Dolphin Explorer adventure. It is amazing, I got to swim with the dolphins, it was only 4 hours. I wished we got to spend more time with the dolphins. But it was really short. Included in the Dolphin Explorer was the bird show, and ...

Crunch Crunch

A travel blog entry by vizcho

5

... the end of the day, we got to see how the locals make cigars (rolling tobacco), of course you can buy cigars here at like 1/2 the price. Plus they have all different types of smokes, cherry, vanilla, and chocolate. We were also able to see local wood carving. So beautiful.

That was the end of the day. We had dinner at the Japanese restaurant but if you were spoiled like I was growing up in Toronto. The sushi, maki and sushami isn't to the standard that you might be used ...

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