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... or I assume they do. I also recommend not leaving the "Hotel Zone" because that is probably where "bad" things could happen. As you drive to your hotel you will see an inordinate amount of poverty so you might want to avoid trouble by just driving by and not stopping.
The hotel itself was pretty modern and did not have the feeling of being outdated at all (which can be the case with "all ...
... He became very excited and agitated all at once. Since he spoke broken English it was hard to tell what side he fell on. Long story short my new "Friend" told him, "all right you've said enough! You have to go now." In a nut shell this guy was making everyone nervous.
Who needs all that! I came here to have fun not get all bent out of shape about how much Russia Sucks.
... bullfrogs are busy chattering all around you adding to the atmosphere. I would not have thought that the atmosphere could be topped, but the food and service did just that. Several waiters are constantly busy doting on you to make sure that you have everything you require. They are there just when you need them, but are unobtrusive at the same time. The meal certainly rivaled any dining experience I've ever paid for and bested most. I ...
... nests that lay nestled beneath the sand. The resort was big enough to house five different restaurants and a zoo. The water was turquoise and warm, and the food was delicious (Dave couldn't eat enough mangoes). The rum flowed freely and the peacocks called out in the sun and shared coconuts with us.
We tried to dig deeper into the history of the country, heading to Santo Domingo (it's capital) and touring the old palace where Christopher Colombus's son once lived. ...
... decent priced and tasted very good. After that we went and asked the motor taxis to take us to the cigar factory.
(I was very nervous about going on the bikes, especially cause it was the guy driving, then me, then Tarvo behind me all on one bike! After a few minutes though it wasn't so scary. Still I don't think I will be buying one anytime soon, although it might come in handy here in NYC.)
The motor taxi drivers told us okay and drove us to a cigar shop ...
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