Dreams La Romana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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At the airport. Got Tims. Close to our gate 81. Need to pee lol Runway 08 27 degrees 20 minutes to landing woo! Landed! Got into a bus 41. At the hotel. Check in is at 2. Went to eat. Now grabbing a drink. Trying to see if our room is ready ...
... Yari and I go wayyyyy back and have been together going on six years now. Two peas in a pod.
We had relaxation on mind when we booked this trip. Really didn't want to do a lot of trips, going out etc. Mostly wanted to chill poolside and on the beach. Which we did everyday. With the exception of one excursion "Outback Adventure". It was a fun time but a ...
My best friend Katie and I visited Punta Cana for a week in June, 2015 for her birthday and our high school graduation gifts. We stayed at Occidental Grand Punta Cana which was wonderful and gorgeous. We spent the week swimming in the ocean, sunbathing on the beach, swimming in the 3 huge pools, eating at the delicious restaurants, and partying at the club on the resort property. It ...
... history. The island is called the Dominican Republic. Many people travel there on honeymoons or to one of their many resorts for a week or two. Nikki, our friend Lexie and I decided to stay with one of friends for one month. Nikki and I actually traveled to the D.R 2 years prior and met Lexie and our friend Crystal there. Lexis is from PA and Crystal is from the island.
Nikki and I were nervous our first time travels to the D.R. We didn't not speak Spanish ...
... The cave supposed has lots of petroglyphs drawn by Hispaniola’s pre-Columbian Taino inhabitants, but without a guide to point them out to me I found only two locations on the walls that might possibly be human cave art.
I left Bayahibe the next morning and drove to San Rafael de Yuma, a small village surrounded by miles of sugarcane fields. The area still seems quite impoverished, but one aspect of that poverty is quite quaint. Here and in some other parts of the ...