Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace
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... at some point if I tried
to make it all the way.
There’s no direct route from the Punta Cana area to the
Samana Peninsula, so I had to cross back to the south coast on a spectacular
road over the Cordillera Oriental, a real backwoods experience through small
villages of colorful wooden houses with peeling paint where people still use
horses for transportation. It was some authentic tropical mountain scenery with
great views back to the Bahia ...
... areas I had never heard anyone ever mention before my trip – Boca Chica, Juan Dolio, La Romana, and Dominicus Americanus. That I hadn’t heard of them may be because they seem to attract mostly Europeans rather than Americans. Bayahibe is the coastal village where those staying at the big resorts all depart on booze cruise package daytrips for snorkeling, boogying on the beach to blaring music, and lobster lunch buffets on Isla Saona, an experience I decided I could ...
Another day, another port. The Dominican Republic is the eastern side of the island of Hispaniola. The western side is Haiti. We docked at a port called La Romana. There are a few different things you can do here. We chose to visit some caves call Cueva de las Miravillas (the cave of miracles). It was a great option because we got to see a bit of the countryside, we had a very good taxi driver who told us a bit about the island life ...
As I was leaving Guaymate, I walked past a friendly guy at a colmado who I regularly see on my way to the guagua and usually say a quick hello to. He said I always walk so quickly (even though I am walking very slowly for me - Dominicans really do dawdle everywhere!) and he gave me a lollipop for the journey! I arrived in Bayahibe and it was a lot easier than I thought it'd be with ...
... than that of California. I only wore a 2 mm wetsuit. There are plenty of brain corals, sea fans, pot shaped coral, standing sticks like coral and aplenty of tropical fish. I even saw some squids swimming in groups. There are also many stingrays colored just like its surrounding sand. I even saw a Morey eel peeking out of the rocks. There're is even a rock firsthand scorpion fish hiding betWeen the rocks. We came up to the catamaran and rest of ...