Jasmine Spa and Wellness Holistic Health

Km 24 Carraterra Turistica Luperon , Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic | Spa
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This spa, located on Km 24 Carraterra Turistica Luperon , Puerto Plata, is near Altos de Chavon Village, Bayahibe, Minitas, and Dye Fore.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Jasmine Spa and Wellness Holistic Health Puerto Plata

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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Plata

    This is what Caribbean commercials are made off

    A travel blog entry by smitherland on Jun 28, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    John met us today, thanked us for all of our work, and said "today is all about you relaxing and enjoying the beauty of the Dominican."

    It was exactly what I needed to hear after a terrible start to the morning. Most days, I'm getting only 6 hours of sleep, and am totally fine with that; staying up late sharing life stories with Jamie, waking up early to fit in some yoga on my beach facing balcony.

    But this mornings yoga started with a glimpse of a blob ...

    Our last day of service

    A travel blog entry by smitherland on Jun 27, 2014

    10 photos

    ... Our last school day started with a pelota tournament. Last year the big sport on campus was basketball. Somehow this year the shift was made to playing baseball. It's hard for me to believe because these kids seem like they've been playing since they've been walking. They are very skilled, and their natural fitness with the ball is amazing to watch. So of the rules in the playing field were different than what were used to: we play on the basketball court, bases are a pile ...

    It's Thursday and nobody's salty

    A travel blog entry by smitherland on Jun 26, 2014

    4 photos

    ... country is full of friendly gestures.

    After dinner at the hotel, the kids enacted the quincianos ceremony. Which is basically a fake wedding ceremony to celebrate her coming of age. Kayleys fathers, Natalie and Annalore, toasted her and helped her choose her court. They danced ( her pretend husband Caleb promises he'll work on perfecting her waltz soon) and celebrated and then we spent hours preparing items for our group for the last day ...

    En Route to Haiti

    A travel blog entry by melsharpie on Nov 12, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... organize a taxi to bus stop and paid for it. Geesh. Lucky! Now the busing starts!!!! 34 degrees and landing!!! 50 min to go. Met nice couple on plane who will help me get to the bus station :) Made it to Kelowna. Flights upgraded. Free luggage. Oh ya! Beer in hand. Day before I'm leaving. Stuffing every crevasse with whatever will fit. Long 2 travels days with a lot of heavy belongings! One more sleep . . ...

    Off to the Hospitals!

    A travel blog entry by borndriven on Feb 01, 2011

    13 photos

    ... it is pronounced inSpanish, he souned my name out slowly and then, out of nowhere, asked, "Are you Filipino?" That was the FIRST time in my life anyone has guessed my ethnicity correct based solely on my first name!!! We took a picture together!. He is half Filipino and speaks Tagalog. He was born in Spain however, and not the Philippines.

    Dr. Ramon took us upstairs to show us where he works and then we went to the OB floor. We met his wife and saw pictures ...