Domincan Republic, Part II

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

On our trip to Domincan, we stayed in Punta Cana at a resort which was one part of a larger resort with about 4 different sections. We were in the adults-only section of the resort, and we had access to all the other parts, but the other people didn't have access to our resort. It felt very exclusive, and the ratio of staff to guests was higher than anywhere else on the resort.

They advertised that it took 15 minutes to walk to the other lobbies of the resort, but it only took us 5 mins at a leisurely pace, so we rarely took the tram, and walked instead. There was tennis, mini-putt, bike rentals and other activities, but we never wanted to partake.

The beach was absolutely perfect when the weather was nice.
We spent our afternoons by the pool, and a couple of times, it was cool enough that we needed to use our towels as blankets. There was a swim-up bar, some nice gazebos, and a great snack bar by the pool.

One morning, we got up early to take a long walk on the beach and see the sunrise. We walked for probably 45 minutes until we finally saw the sun peek through the heavy clouds and we took a few pictures. We saw a few other couples out on leisurely strolls, and a few joggers, as well as a few resort workers cleaning the beach. We were absolutely starving by the time we got back to the resort, but it was worth seeing the sunrise together.


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