Tropical Casa Laguna
Travel Blogs from Cabarete
So I'm a little behind on my posts...but as most of you know, I'm coming home in 2 days!! So in honor of this, I'm going to do two posts today: Things I will miss/Things I will not miss.
THINGS I WILL MISS!
- Having the housekeeper bring me juice when I am home in the afternoon
- My host family and especially watching Tangled and Pocahontas in Spanish with my 3 year old mini me
- Being able to take a two hour bus ride and ...
... having the honor to speak with Ms. Dede Maribal, the only surviving sister. She lives in the house where the sisters grew up, but occasionally comes to the museum to talk and visit. She is a REMARKABLE woman and gave us great insight into the lives of her sisters. At 87 years old, she is incredibly lively and was incredibly happy to talk with us and answer questions we had; What an amazing experience with living history!
... had chicken liver for lunch and as it turns out that is not my favorite. Did you know liver crumbles? It's really gross. I tried it the first time and the second time I said, very politely, "there's no way I'm eating that". Generally I like whatever is prepared although it does get quite repetitive. For dinner, I usually get back late from class and the housekeeper has something waiting for ...
... he on the waiting list to be seen?"
We got to Cabral and waited about 15 minutes before Eduardo picked us up. We drove to the same parking lot and then went upstairs. His dad was in the closing process of an anterior repair and said that there wasn't much to watch. He was so kind and told us that we were welcome at any time in his clinic and that we shoud consider this place home no matter what! Very kind! eduardo looks just like his Dad, especially ...
... some beach time built in as well as time to check out Carnival! We were told when we go to Carnival, we might be hit with fake cow bladders and that is to ward off the devil for a year... The thing is it supposedly hurts to go to carnival...were also supposed to go to Santo Domingo!
Now, i must explain that the ILAC (institute for Latin American Concern) center is situated on the outskirts of Santiago. On the corner, we exchanged money ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility