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We finally managed to get into one of the onsite restaurants. We had dinner this evening at La Luna Steakhouse. You do not have to pay at the restraints but you do need a reservation and it can take days to be able to get in. Regardless of the wait it was a great experience. La Luna is set on one of the many interconnected ponds, so there is plentiful wildlife surrounding you throughout your candle lit dining experience. The ducks, ...
... they drive their customers away by being so pushy. The thing that I dislike about it the most is that it is very apparent that they are poor and you can almost smell the desperation on them. It seems that they are trying to guilt you into making a purchase. It is definitely something that I don't do well ...
I still can't believe that I managed to convince Dave to come to Punta Cana. It's not his type of place, to say the least. Between the beaches, buffets and sunburns, it was quite a culture shock for my boyfriend. He thought that we'd only see poverty, and while there certainly were some sad moments, he seemed shocked that this beautiful country's citizens were happy.
Like any tropical location, it looked like a paradise. Our beach had a section blocked off for the ...
... Toronto to Punta Cana. So the pilots had to wait for a plane to arrive in Toronto. So they could fly the plane to come pick us up in Punta Cana.
OMG! So much work for one flight. So our flight was actually a whole day, if you calculate all the time that we spent at the airport and waiting for the plane. So it was about 7 AM when we arrived in Toronto on Sunday.
Sigh! The longest ride every. It felt longer than when I flew to Hong Kong. LOL!
... and cabanas for rent.
We pass quickly through San Pedro de Macoris. Pretty much it’s only claim to fame is that 73 major league baseball players came from this town. Other than that, it’s pretty unexciting. We drive along the half-built malecón lined with fishing boats past a pretty Victorian church and into an area so dubious that Miryam is scared we will get mugged. Though it is obviously a poor section of town, at no time do we feel at all ...