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... out every kink and every memory of the morning cockroaches. We
I laid on the beach with Jamie, swam in the clearest ocean water with the kids, and sucked the marrow from our last day.
We left with a happy sleepiness, headed back for a rest.
At 7, we headed back to Cabarete for dinner on the beach at an authentic Italian pizza place called Pomodoro. Dinner took way too long, but we ate giant pizzas and watched the sun set on the beach, so who can ...
Running on the beach in 30 degrees heat and 90% humidity is hard work!!!
I ran barefoot once, sprint training in the soft sand...it was a mistake as all of my toes blistered.
I can only run on the weekend and it is tough running on the sand but I am glad that I can run ...
... out of our comfort zone. When planning the trip, this is exactly what I hoped for, in reality, it is really hard. I am learning a lot about myself. About how self-centered I am, about how I like all the comforts of 'home', about the fact that I (and this is a *******e to admit) have some deep inner belief that I do 'deserve' better because I am an America...better than what I am not sure exactly, but better than things are here.
So after two weeks of being here, ...
... spent relaxing in the sun by the pool with drinks in hand. We made a point to check out each of the restaurants on different nights (downfall to this was you had to have reservations which required getting up early and standing in line in order to be sure to get in before they were full up). We were suckered into a Time share presentation, which we didn't realize it was until we were sitting in it. But this also resorted in some ...
... a cow head siting on a table displayed on the sidewalk if you are interested in some cheek meat or tongue. The people are very friendly, you need to say hello to everyone you pass on the street young and old, its what everyone does.
Luperon also has a interesting situation with the local Navy/Coast Guard/Police. It is sketchy. Nobody knows the rules, and everybody wants to exploit them, ourselves included. Why would we want to pay 30 beers to ...