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

    ... there was a bonfire but nobody went near it because it's just so hot here already. I talked with my friends until midnight, then packed and slept. All really good times with these people. I will never be able to forget my new friends, the people of the Dominican Republic, or the Dominican Republic itself. As corny as it is, I feel like what we did here was special and impactful. I know with all my heart this will not be my last time here. ...

    Day 8

    A travel blog entry by julieericson on Jul 21, 2015

    ... Olivia. There was someone in the middle seat separating me and Claire. Claire was behind Katya who was in the same row as Olivia. Then across the aisle in the aisle seat was Adele. Those are the people that ended up being in my room and nobody else from GLA was near us on the plane. It's not like we all got super close on the plane, it just ended up being our room by chance! I find it funny. I can't wait for an exciting day at Cabarete tomorrow! Go wifi! ...

    Day 7

    A travel blog entry by julieericson on Jul 20, 2015

    Why the heck did I not bring a fan here? You don't understand heat until you go to the equator in July. It is so. freaking. hot. Today we took the short 10 minute bus ride to Caña Dulce. I started out with some more cement mixing (yay) with a group of 5 other kids I didn't really know very well. 4 of them were rising seniors, all from California. The 5th was a girl from Virginia who just graduated and is actually attending UVA this fall! ...

    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 ...