Hacienda Garden Resort

Address: Cofresi Beach, Puerto Plata, 57000, Dominican Republic | 3 star resort
 
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Location

This 3 star resort, located on Cofresi Beach, Puerto Plata, is near Altos de Chavon Village, Bayahibe, Minitas, and Altos de Chavon School of Design.
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        Travel Blogs from Puerto Plata

        Day 9

        A travel blog entry by julieericson on Jul 23, 2015

        ... disgusting. I disinfected mine, but it still grossed me out. After we looked at all the fish up close, we had the opportunity to jump off the boat! I got some cool videos of that. I got sort of sunburnt, so a nice shower back at home base felt good after a busy day. Everyone got all dressed up, we ate dinner, then listened to a talk about how we can go further with GLA, 7 elements and the Dominican Republic. Lots of pictures were ...

        Day 8

        A travel blog entry by julieericson on Jul 21, 2015

        ... to the end of the home base driveway to this little shack that says "hair and nail center." I stood in line to get my cornrows and nails done. My nails are literally so cool. They are blue with flowers on every nail, and it only cost me 1 American dollar! I can't believe how expensive things in the U.S. are now that I've been here for over a week. You can get water here for 10 pesos (20 American cents) and getting your hair and nails done is a 3 dollar ...

        Day 3

        A travel blog entry by julieericson on Jul 16, 2015

        ... the border at any moment due to new Dominican government policies. Haiti does not want these people in the country so they would be left to die. Despite living in constant fear, the Haitians were quite friendly and I enjoyed the company of all the Haitian and Dominican children. They came up to us during our tour and were fascinated by our cameras and the younger ones wanted to hold our hands or jump on our backs. After the tour, the kids followed us back to the Caraballo ...

        Rural Work Retreat

        A travel blog entry by stephbrand on Sep 08, 2012

        4 comments, 15 photos

        ... So to make this natural water springs into a water source, we used rocks to protect the stream of water, and then filled concrete over the rocks so that rain water couldn't get in. The engineer of the project (Peace Corp volunteer) built a box at the end of the concrete where the water could be caught and funneled through a pipe. Basically, this will eventually become the water source for the community and SOMEDAY the families will be able to use the water in their ...

        Murphy's Law

        A travel blog entry by hejira on Apr 01, 2011

        7 comments, 9 photos

        ... and are "living it up" with the minor amount of money we have and enjoying the local flare. Viva Luperon! If anyone has suggestions we would be grateful for it.






        ...but, we are living it up. This community has embraced us, we are almost local. Getting deals at every establishment, making friends on an actual friend level, Gringos ask us how long we have lived here, expecting years as the response. Our spanish is ...