BelleVue Dominican Bay
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of a sham, they charge separately for the rice and fried plantain and put almost a 25% "tax" on top of the bill. The guide ordered lunch and two beers on my tab plus I have to pay for his guide for the day. The lunch bill came out a hefty $61, or DR$ 2500. This is close to 1/2 month salary of how much the typical citizen here eats paid. Well, I guess that is how they make a living by ripping off tourist. I slept for a while on the lawn ...
... to celebrate my belated birthday, so it was great to have everyone together. I was sad to see George and Eric leave, but the best end to the trip was that the rental car place didn’t charge us for the damage to the car (we turned it in at night…).
HEADACHES, STOMACH PAIN, & VAGINAL DISCHARGE: I helped translate at an 11-day Medical Mission in the north where I and 8 other Peace Corps volunteers worked with nursing ...
... up coz I didn't want people thinking it was me. The evil, dirty, fat B******D. Coach transfer and check in at the port was a breeze. We did not see our luggage until it arrived in the stateroom excellent. The people are soooooooooooo nice everyone wants to be friend. Mind you seeing the tipping guidelines I see why. We had a mooch then went to our first meal. Sat with a nice couple who were on ...
... to have their photos taken. They performed a song and dance for us. We then visited a home - I met a mother called Clara whose son is in the Compassion project. Now I have seen poverty. When it rains she sends the children out to get washed and then washes all of their clothes. They all live in a tin house amonst what looked like a rubbish dump. A sobering day. sponsor a child, visit: ...
... up far from where we expected. Passed through mud flats early in the hike which were flooded on the return, so more crashing through the jungle. Got back in time to pack and head to David, where we are now. The hotel is owned by a friendly German named Frank and his Panamanian wife. He is part of the villiage community, and many locals hang around. Very friendly. Colin was a ...