Coral Costa Caribe Resort, Spa & Casino
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... our cell phones or a lot of money because you could be robbed. There is a lot of robbers in the counrty and will rob you if you are not careful. We went to many of the beautiful beaches in the country. We went to the main beaches in La Romana like Dominicus, and Bayahibe. We went to the popular white sand beaches in Punta Cana and we even went to private beaches in Samana in the north of the country. I would recommened any of the beaches.
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... while we were there...and several trips to Consuelo later, we were eventually successful! The doctor who runs this program invited us to come and spend a day with her and her team, which I think was quite beneficial, and was really interesting for me especially, given that I don't really have any medical background. Ian ended up doing some consulting in the patient visits as well, and I handed out clothing donations that I had prepared from ...
... across the street from where I live - a mere 200 meters away! All in all, I am quite happy with the result of where I live, even if it was frustrating at times to try and get set up. And I have wireless internet that is portable! So no matter where I go in the country, if I bring my computer, I will always have internet!
So I hope you enjoyed the virtual tour - and remember, I am currently taking bookings for the 2009-2010 season! ...
... would be in decent shape to drive on. The Rotary Club secretary recruited a friend who drives a police truck to drive us around the countryside with the schools supplies, and we had a great adventure cramming 4 of us into the cab of the truck! We did try to donate the supplies 2 weeks ago, but the driver was very late coming back from an appointment in the capital, and when we got all the out to the ...
... corner somewhere, and waits for the morning crowds to come so that he can shine shoes to make money for his family. Once the "rush" (I use this term loosely, as Dominicans do not rush for anything) to work is over, he packs up his little kit and whatever pocket change in pesos that he made, gets back on the bus, and comes back to the batey to go to school. When he gets to school, he is exhausted, but he tries to get through his morning classes. ...