Travel Blogs from Cabarete
... is doing well apart from a few sunburnt people :(
It's been a great trip! The students will be posting individual summary blogs in the next few days (no free Internet at the hotel).
Thanks for following our journey...it has truly been transformational!
... was much more timid and arrived later slinking out of the surrounding shrubbery. She did however arrive in time to enjoy dinner.
And the chicken was delicious. Moist, a little smoky - the perfect chicken that everyone tries to grill, but no one ever succeeds at.
Chicken dinner for 2 people and 2 cats - 220 $RD = @ $5.11 USD. KFC - you have nothing on the Chicken Shack.
... while drying out.
About 25 people staying/connected with Extreme went to Bliss to celebrate Steve's birthday. Steve is Canadian and works in the diamond mine industry. Also in attendance was Chris, a British marine engineer for one of the worlds largest private yachts. Dinner conversation was ...
... t have a bug in your eye. Note to self - sunglasses. On the original taxi ride to the hotel, I watched the motoconchos and swore I would not ride one while we were here. That didn't last long.
Once we hit the beach, Mike rented a board and I had my lesson. Titi had a surfboard setup on the beach and showed me how to pop up on the board. Basically a pushup while sliding your feet under you to stand. When I tried it, there was a ...
Funny things make you feel at home when you are in a new place. I move so much that some times I arrive, just waiting to find that "turning point". But you can never really expect it. Especially when it is something as small as a giant potable water carrier and a pump. I knew something was a little off here. I was teetering in and out of comfort here in Cabarete. Until I made the best $10 investment I did not know I could ask for.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Business Services