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... the $290 check in fee. It was more than we have ever paid in any of the other islands so it was a tough pill to swallow.
The marina was packed with the largest number of fishing motor boats I have ever seen. There were more here than the Miami boat show! They were all in mint conditions and the boats only got bigger as we walked the docks. My son, Tyler loves to fish so he was in heaven. He was asking each of the fishermen what they ...
... played cards waiting for it to open. On our last day we did a very short tour of the resort and then hung around waiting to check out. Our flight was late and we got into Toronto and then one of the girls and I checked into the Airport Marriott. Nice room. At least there was no one in it with a CPac machine!!
My final impressions of the DR are that ...
... people who need care and who can't afford it...after we bought some cherries, we gave him a ride to the market, and he was most appreciative.
Later in the week, we were invited to join my friend Nicole and my friend Louise, along with their friends, in San Pedro for a night at the "malecon." This is pretty much a "main drag" strip, that is always along the water - many cities have a malecon, which is always along the coastline. In ...
... this week that one has been purchased...now it is just a matter of getting the fix-it guy here to install it...manana!! I also plan on finding a futon to replace the chair, but that is not a huge necessity at the moment. Perhaps the most attractive feature of my place is the balcony - which has a lovely view of the courtyard and pool - yes, a pool! This was a VERY unexpected surprise - and just the most perfect thing that I ...
... invited to stay for the end-of-day ceremony, where all of the students go outside and arrange themselves in lines in front of the Dominican flag, and then they sing the national anthem and say a prayer. This was really special to see, and it is a tradition that many of the smaller schools practice. We still have to go to the 3rd batey, but it is in completely different direction, so we will have to go another day! ...