Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Bayahibe
Traveling outside of your country can be quite exciting and scary at the same time. Many people discourage traveling to developing countries if you go alone, especially if you are a woman. I have been told to wait until I am married to travel but I am not going to wait for that. I am a 27 year old single lady with a strong desire to see the world. I see the wisdom of traveling with someone so I decided to travel with my sister. Nikki is a 25 year old single lady with ...
... the $290 check in fee. It was more than we have ever paid in any of the other islands so it was a tough pill to swallow.
The marina was packed with the largest number of fishing motor boats I have ever seen. There were more here than the Miami boat show! They were all in mint conditions and the boats only got bigger as we walked the docks. My son, Tyler loves to fish so he was in heaven. He was asking each of the fishermen what they ...
... I find the Dominican version of Spanish to be very hard
to understand. He called Budget on his cell phone, and after a while it was
resolved that he’d let me go if I drove directly to the Budget Rent-A-Car booth
at the Punta Cana airport about an hour away to get the registration sticker.
Well, looks like I’m going to Punta Cana after all!
“Very sorry for the inconvenience, man!” was all I got from
the rep at the airport. Hmmm, ...
... 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 ...
... 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!