Beach Palace Cabarete

Address: Calle Principal #85, Cabarete, Dominican Republic | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Calle Principal #85, Cabarete.
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    Travel Blogs from Cabarete

    Day 9

    A travel blog entry by julieericson on Jul 23, 2015

    ... disgusting. I disinfected mine, but it still grossed me out. After we looked at all the fish up close, we had the opportunity to jump off the boat! I got some cool videos of that. I got sort of sunburnt, so a nice shower back at home base felt good after a busy day. Everyone got all dressed up, we ate dinner, then listened to a talk about how we can go further with GLA, 7 elements and the Dominican Republic. Lots of pictures were ...

    Day 8

    A travel blog entry by julieericson on Jul 21, 2015

    ... world. I also walked to the beach with James, our mentor, and 15 other girls to enjoy the ocean at the night. For the remainder of the free time, I called my parents and talked to Adele and Olivia. I'm going to miss them so much much. We've become so close these past 8 days, I already consider them my bffls. Something funny I realized a couple nights ago was that all the girls in my room happened to be the ones I was near on the plane. I was on the window ...

    Day 7

    A travel blog entry by julieericson on Jul 20, 2015

    ... cement on the roadside in the hot sun and when we finished, we got to switch locations and go mix more cement! The cement was being used as flooring in people's houses. Apparently we charged 500 pesos which is pretty expensive for the Dominicans. Caña Dulce is an all Dominican community that was wealthy compared to the other places we've been. After lunch and some rest time, the whole group went on a tour of the neighborhood. There is ...

    Meat & Veg

    A travel blog entry by teamsammy on Mar 23, 2014

    I skipped surfing this morning because I can't move. Gigi then ensured this fact with an insane workout.

    After recovering for several hours, we went into town (on a moto) - 50 Dominican pesos per person - about $1.00 each. I'm now used to that mode of transport. Walk out to the street, raise your hand, and in less than ...


    A travel blog entry by freegenevieve on May 21, 2013

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    ... Port), named for the beaches' silvery luminescence, on the North Western coast of the country. The beaches are littered with high flying "kites" attached to the boards pulling extreme water sports enthusiasts across the glimmering shore. Although kite surfing appears to be the most popular sport, and industry, other water sports are also ever present. I have heard there is a windsurfing community, but I have yet to see ...