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MUST STAY Natura Cabana Boutique Hotel & Spa - Paseo del Sol # 5, Perla Marina, Cabarete, Dominican Republic, +1 809-571-1507 / Mobile: +1 849-214-7010, +1 809-571-1056; firstname.lastname@example.org MUST DO Kitesurf at Laurel Eastman Kiteboarding School; the school is located on Kite Beach on the grounds of Millennium Resort & Spa in Cabarete; +1 809-571-0564 or +1 809-853-8466 email@example.comCanyon the waterfalls of Arroyo Blanco and the Magic Mushroom* Explore (and swim) the Caves at El Choco National Park* Snorkel in Sousa Bay* *These tours were booked through Iguana Mama Adventure Tours http://www.iguanamama.com They are located in the heart of Cabarete Town across the street from the Scotiabank; 74 Calle Principal, Cabarete; +1- 809-654-2325; Volunteer at The Mariposa Center for Girls, Calle Principal, La Cienega, Cabarete, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic; +1-809-571-0610; firstname.lastname@example.org MUST EAT Karaya at Natura Cabana Boutique Hotel & Spa - Paseo del Sol # 5, Perla Marina, Cabarete, Dominican Republic, +1 809-571-1507 / Mobile: +1 849-214-7010, +1 809-571-1056; email@example.comLa Casita de Papi, Playa Cabarete; +1 809-986-3750Mojito Bar - In the heart of Playa Cabarete after Lazy Dog....
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Coral Islands Our diving instructor Bangkok Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise I find it real stupid how I kept avoiding going international (on my own & with my money), just because I wanted to start off on a bigger scale, going to Europe or USA and hence kept under-estimating the beautiful experience I would have got by visiting cheaper and nearby countries like Sri Lanka, Thailand, UAE or even Nepal for that matter....