Travel Blogs from Las Terrenas
... but man it was hot. We walked thugh a street market to the town but it's all souvenir shops, not an Internet cafe in sight! We headed back after a while and halfway back we felt a few light spots of rain then two minutes later fat rain, loads of fat rain, which was actually quite refreshing. The locals thought we were mad but we carried on regardless, lost a few dollars to the kids and arrived at the tender looking like drowned ...
... in the
living room not doing much of anything. It just felt so good to be "off
duty" and surrounded by people I love. During a break in the rain, we all
made our way down to the road the led to the beach. Having little dry
clothing left, and feeling a need for a break from socializing, I opted to
hole up in my hotel room when the rain picked up. After a little while,
though, I caved and made my way alone down the road which had ...
... who I visited back in May). As shuffled into the packed
van, I heard a delighted chorus of, "Charlie!" and I turned to see a bunch
of smiling, familiar faces. It turned out I had happened upon the same bus
as about ten of my favorite volunteers along with the usual complement of
A dead woodpecker that showed up one day at the clubhouse
For about three hours, the landscape unfolded in stages before us on ...
... park and apparently it has a coastline to die for. all kinds of backwaters to explore and paths through the jungle to walk on. in the middle is a place that sells delicious food for 100 pesos a plate, approximately $3.50 USD.
This is the kind of place you want to get stuck. too bad
Tomorrow we go to Los Haitises and the adventure ...
... Car. Crazy fun with all of these girls! Dancing a lot and very much overly tired. When we got home there was no power...so no hot water, and we all stank really bad because we had been riding in a car smashed against eachother in wet clothes. A few of us took cold showers and then later that night the power came back. But anyways I''ve been having a great time here and the experiences are everlasting ...