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Travel Blogs from Cabarete
Got up early for an adventure farther inland to tour the beautiful Ciguapa Falls. David came with us and we were joined by a funky German couple, Julia and Anis. The tour included two classic Dominican meals and an exhilarating hike through the countryside. We got to pick passion fruit for a snack on the way up to the falls. The whole trip was an amazing experience that got our adrenaline pumping and had us all exhausted by ...
... do not suffer from or experience poverty. It is pretty commonplace here, for example, for people to wear shirts until there are no longer wearable. Whereas, in other places, we by a new shirt if one goes out of fashion, and throw away anything that has a hole. People here are far more conscious about how much electricity and water they use. Most people do not have cars because gas is so expensive. A lot of homes I have seen have had up to four people in one room, some have had ...
After a failed attempt to find Vacabar the day before we finAlly had directions and it was time for a great meal. When we arrived at the Agualina we walked out toward the beach and there it was....we found our own little Mecca. We were greeted with a huge smile from the owner, Cami, and a tail wag from her little dog Charlie. This was likely the best breakfast of our trip. We started with fresh squeezed juice and coffee. From there we had French toast, ...
... in sight, that is, until my home stay
in a small “campo” outside of Rio San
Juan, Puerta Plata, Dominican Republic. As a part of the foundation’s volunteer
orientation, our boss had her husband take us out the land of cocoa farming,
cow milking, river baths, and—most notably—latrines. Her husband Freddie is a
quiet, taciturn man. He is often spotted in various spots around town with
three other grown ...
... candlelight with some of Sabrina's neighbors and put on a movie until we
were falling asleep. At about four thirty, I awoke to Heather's dog, Mikey
barking. I heard some doors open and shut and when I finally got up at six,
it turns out Heather and Mikey had gone.
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