Cuba wasn’t an easy country to travel, in my experience, mainly because of the tricks we were victims of. But it holds an incredible charm.
We decided to take a day trip from Juan Dolio to Santo Domingo, the Capital of the Dominican Republic and we took part to a big Easter party.
In Juan Dolio we found a panaderia serving amazing Italian food, a great treat and a lot of interesting stories from its owner that has traveled all over Central America.
In Boca De Yuma, Dominican Republic, with fever, cold shakes, and visit to the ER. All went well luckily.
Traveling from Las Galeras, in the Peninsula de Samanà, to Boca de Yuma, in the Souther coast of the Dominican Republic.
Enjoying a bit of relax in Las Galeras, in the Semanà peninsula of the Dominican Republic.
Arrival in Las Terrenas, where French and Italian are as popular as Spanish, the hotel is in a jungle and the beach is a caribbean paradise.
A day at the Playa Grande, a large and pretty beach North of Rio San Juan.
On Sunday Dominicans like to go to the beach in Rio San Juan, to have fun with family and friends and to party.
Backpacking can be relaxing sometimes, traveling on a budget and visiting amazing places; from Cabarete to Rio San Juan.