Travel Blogs from Puerto Plata
... one of the most beautiful beaches in the world
... cabbage salad
- Dinner- Some form of plantains, yuca, fried cheese, fried salami, eggs, mashed potatoes, rice pudding, or a sandwich
... seen any tension at PUCMM. I think that among younger, educated Dominicans the tensions seem to be diminishing a little. It's hard for me to commentate as a white, blonde girl living here. Others may see a completely different side than I do. I'm hoping to gain more insight into the situation as I continue my D/H relations class and spend more time in the country.
I hope that kinda sorta answered your question!
We arrived in Puerto Plata!
Everything went smoothly at the airport, and our driver named "Nelson Mandela" was easy to find. It was a bit overcast when we got outside. We asked Nelson where the beer was, so we stopped at a roadside store and took it to go. I mainly wanted to beat the Cheap Caribbean tourist drunks at the reception area. As soon as we picked up some Presidente beer (Made here), ...
... s public
square, Parque Duarte. After greeting her and a few of the artists who
comprise the collective that is the focus of her primary Peace Corps
project, I took Dave to meet my host family. We returned to the art show in
time to catch the first hour or so of what would be a typically epic round
of thank-yous and congratulations attendant to any public event in the DR.
A show-goer contributes to an installation ...