BelleVue Dominican Bay

Address: Juan Bautista Vicini Esq 20 Diciembre, Boca Chica, Dominican Republic | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort is located on Juan Bautista Vicini Esq 20 Diciembre, Boca Chica.
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    Travel Blogs from Boca Chica

    Touring Zona Colonial

    A travel blog entry by andrewy on Aug 20, 2013

    11 photos

    ... I walked around the area looking for a guide from the morning, but he is nowhere to be found, so I walked into the Cocoa Museum. This is certainly the most interesting museum I seen. The store clerk showed me how the cocoa beans were harvested from the pod, dried while wrapped and fermented in banana leaves. the beans are then grounded up into a pulp and with the machine separated into cocoa butter (yellow color) and cocoa powder brown. The three kinds of chocolate bar ...

    Stephanie's old job at a medical hospitality house

    A travel blog entry by hunterloftis on May 08, 2010

    1 photo

    ... br>
    Babs, the strong matriarch of the house, was amazingly hospitable and not only provided rooms for us for 2 nights, but also gave us the use of her car, which Steph somehow navigated through the terrifying streets of Santo Domingo.

    - $413 already spent
    - $10 pea soup, Mofongo, El Presidente
    $423 as of May 8

    Update 1: long overdue! Work with my baseball boys

    A travel blog entry by la_profe on Jan 27, 2010

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... supervisor and director of the program. The boys now live in a brand new complex that was built for this project, but were living in apartments until just before Christmas. It was in these apartments where we had our classes from August to December, with a small white board hanging on a nail, and a map of the world taped to the wall…modest by our North American standards, to be sure, but it suited us just fine.

    Although the ...

    Visit to la Zona Colonial

    A travel blog entry by la_profe on Sep 27, 2009

    17 photos

    ... we were quite excited to take a picture of our Dominican lemon drop experience!

    After dinner, we wandered along "el Conde," which is a pedestrian-only street, and had a few drinks outside at one of the bars...we walked along to check out the Hard Rock Cafe, but it was very quiet, and decided to go check out the Malecon - which is the street that runs along the San Pedro it is a VERY happening and exciting place, but, as we sadly found out, it is not ...

    The end

    A travel blog entry by akb2ic on Dec 07, 2008

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... less to give and as the unemployment rate goes up, more people are relying on social services that operate using donations. Well, I think that's all for this blog. Thanks for joining me on my Dominican adventure and sharing your comments throughout my two months there. I'm so happy so many people have enjoyed following along with me. I feel like at times I had a tendency to report on the negatives, but I just want to reinforce that for every gripe you read ...