Topacio Azul Resort

Address: Calle Dr. Alejo Martinez 1, Sosua, \N, Dominican Republic | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort, located on Calle Dr. Alejo Martinez 1, Sosua, is near Njoy tours.
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      Travel Blogs from Sosua

      Puerto Plata - Capital of the North Shore

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 13, 2015

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      ... who told me he was in Puerto Plata to learn Spanish. Really? Why would anyone pick the Dominican Republic as the place to study Spanish? They speak such a fast and sloppy dialect of it in the Caribbean islands compared to the clearer dialect in Mexico and Andean South America. Well, I guess he wasn’t necessarily learning Dominican, and Puerto Plata has nice beaches which Quito and Medellin and Antigua don’t have.

      The Teleferico to the top of Pico Isabel de Torres, ...

      Sosua & Playa Grande - The North Shore

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 12, 2015

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      ... Trujillo agreed to accept up to 100,000
      Jewish refugees from Nazi-occupied Europe. In the end only about 700 arrived
      and were settled in a lightly populated area on the north coast and provided
      with farmland to develop a dairy industry. Most of the remaining Jews sold
      their land and emigrated during the local tourism boom in the 1980s. Sosua is
      now a busy tourist town but still has a synagogue and an adjacent ...

      Being still and letting go

      A travel blog entry by mollohan on Mar 11, 2014

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      I have been noticing something about life in the Dominican Republic, if you are going to
      happy here, you need to learn to how to be still and to let go. Two things that
      do not seem to come natural to me but are becoming more and more appealing
      every day. I have met a lot of people who were not born in the DR, but are now
      calling this island 'home'. For every person, there is a story of how they came
      to be here. Some ended up here by divine accident, like Jeffrey who ...

      Cherry Popped!

      A travel blog entry by broshers on Jan 14, 2012

      29 photos

      ... lining at a Monkey habit, followed by some up close time with the monkeys. This was terrifying and exhilarating all at the same time, mostly because I don't seem to be very good at Zip-lining.

      All in all, the vacation was everything we wanted/expected out of our first time leaving the country on an all inclusive. I would definitely go back, knowing I would have an even better time with the knowledge I gained. Travel Cherry ...

      Bienvenidos a la Republica Dominicana

      A travel blog entry by hejira on Jan 20, 2011

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... in the dark.

      With the trade winds coming from the east, the conditions along the coast can be a bit much during the day. However, at night, as the land of Hispaniola cools, a land breeze comes off of the island and, essentially, offsets the trades a bit, calming the conditions. We definitely didn't see any conditions that were too treacherous, but when we were about 15 or 20 nautical miles out from land, we were suddenly able to smell dirt, the soil ...