Village Caraibe

Address: Playa Dorada, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic | Villa
 
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This villa, located in the Downtown Core area of Puerto Plata, is near Altos de Chavon Village, Bayahibe, Minitas, and Dye Fore.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Plata

Nearing the end

A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 24, 2015

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... 3 Canadians and one American were joined by the pastor's wife Rosa and his three sons Chris, Jeremy and Roderick. We had a great time splashing around in the water, building sandcastle and covering each other in sand an making each other into serinas (mermaids). We also enjoyed some refreshing Pineapple drinks as we soaked up the sun.
On Sunday we went to church at TEARS School. Even though ...

A Fascinating Look at Dominican Culture

A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 02, 2015

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Spent the morning at the Centro Leon Museum in Santiago.

The three exhibits focused on the anthropological aspects of the Dominican culture, some of the country's art, as well as a photography exhibit by the acclaimed Dominican photographer, Apeco.

Here are some pictures we ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 02, 2015

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Today we spent the day in Santigo, a city about fourty five minutes from La Vega. We visited a meuseum and the monumento de Santiago. It was interesting to learn more about the history of this beautiful country. We also visited a local shopping area and picked up some suveners. We also got to eat at a local restraunt where they cooked delicious chicken and rice.

The museum showed us the cultural history that the people came from. However, we couldn't read ...

Obedience might just be the point

A travel blog entry by mollohan on Mar 02, 2014

... So maybe, just by making the trip, we had 'accomplished' the purpose. With that in mind, we continued to church. A trip that included a walk in the rain, a 40 minute gua gua ride with 23 of us in a 13 passenger van, and another walk in the rain. There is much to say about our day but the only part I want to mention now is that the visiting pastor gave a sermon on hate. It was a great message on how hating takes up energy and space in our life and keeps us from being and doing all ...

Murphy's Law

A travel blog entry by hejira on Apr 01, 2011

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... roving and is super rough. The problem is that the foot on the keel is cracked in a bunch of places where it attaches to the keel. The whole keel needs to be dropped, all the fiberglass needs to be cut out and replaced and then the lead reattached. We are actively looking around for better sources of materials but it might take some time. So, there is the possibility of a month or so wait for the parts. As of now were trying not to think about ...