Travel Blogs from Las Terrenas
... we have in the developed nations.
Our next stop was at the Taino Park. This is a tourist attraction developed by international donors, to help assist the local economy. It is a history of the original people to settle in this area, the Taino. They sailed here in dugout canoes, from Venezuela. They were nuts, but they did it. They were a peaceful people who brought agriculture and developed many communities in this area. The museum depicted their life in ...
... 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 ...
So after being stuck in the ****** marina in Punta Cana we have found what we wanted in a marina.
This marina is small. has people to hang out with, and has an endless pool that is on a bluff over the ocean so you can jump out of the pool into the ocean below! its super cool.
Tomorrow we head to " the coolest place" according to pete. Its the ...
... arrived. Her name is Tori (tory, i like it tori better) and she is from texas, regular pioneer for 3 years now and yup, she's pretty awesome! Lets see now, then we took a trip to Nagua, we fit 7 people in a little compact car that was fun! Our driver rainer was a little bit of a crazy driver, and then we hung out at the beach for the day. Later that night we went to a pasarato. The next day we only had ...
... the morning.
We tucked back into the little cove we had enjoyed our first few nights in the park last week, and we called up Yolo to discuss their plans. As they were now playing host to two guests, they wanted to at least show them a bit of the park. We told them we would be off, but that we would catch up with them in Punta Cana in a few days time. We got settled in, had some dinner, and are hitting the sack to get an early start tomorrow to make our move toward ...
Other places to stay in Las Terrenas
Playa Las Terrenas, Las Terrenas | Villafrom $72
Av. Benelux #1, Las Terrenas | Villafrom $49
Avenida Italia, Las Terrenas | Villafrom $50
Carretera a Punta Bonita 14, Las Terrenas | Villafrom $28
Calle Marico, Las Terrenas | Villafrom $80
Calle Salome Urena, Las Terrenas | 4 star villafrom $66