Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... s known as the Costa de
Coco because of the coconut palm lined beaches. The road was mostly inland,
though, and I saw a lot more cows and Dominican cowboys than palm-fringed beaches
as the road went through grazing country and small villages. I tried to get to
the coast at Playa Limon, supposedly an idyllic isolated beach resort with a
small hotel, but gave up. The road to the beach was unpaved, and I was starting
to get worried my KIA would get stuck in the ...
... a bit zombified as I drove but arrived in my destination town, Bayahibe, by about 9:00 A.M. I found a cheap cabin room for the night, grabbed a bite to eat while it was being cleaned, and then settled in for a power nap. I had some wicked dreams so apparently got some sleep over a few hours. I woke up feeling less crabby and more positively about the Dominican Republic than when my head first hit the pillow.
The southern coast of the D.R. east of Santo Domingo has a number of ...
... and the caves were good. Nadia was our guide for the caves and she was fun and interesting. We were not allowed to take photos in the cave (supposedly because the camera flash might ruin the cave paintings made by the Taino Indians but even non-flash photography is banned so I'm not sure...) After the caves there is an Iguana reserve so we got to see a few of these close up. It seems to be moulting time as they were all shedding their ...
... pray for her day. She said "why don't you just pray boldly... Pray that every piece goes through customs without even being opened." It something that's ever happened, but hey wouldn't it be nice. “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and the one who seeks finds, and to the one who knocks it will be opened. Or which one of you, if his son asks him ...
... of the village and a turtle sanctuary. On our way back to Bayahibe unfortunately the weather started to turn a bit but we still stopped off at the natural pool to see some starfish. On the last stretch back to Bayahibe we had another snack of cake, coconut and melon.
The tour was a lot better than I thought it'd be, mainly as we were a small group and we hardly saw any other tours, plus they kept constantly feeding us!