Punta Cana

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  • My Visit To Dominican Republic

    with it would be La Altagracia. The reason I want to go there first is because of hotel I have heard many stories about. The hotel’s name is Punta Cana. In Punta Cana there is a pool that extents from the hotel to the beach front. There are many exotic birds there such as parrots that fly in and out as they please. There is many different types of foods, even live shows from impersonators to actual famous people. As you can see the hotel as everything. So first I would buy a ticket from the JFK airport to Santo Domingo. Tickets range between $500-$700. My first stop in Santo Domingo, would be at my family’s house. According to my parents every time they go to Dominican Republic, they let them use a car for about a month. Then from Santo Domingo I would travel east toward Altagracia. During my travel I will probably encounter city people as well as rural people. I know if not to travel at night in the city because of the high amounts of gang violence there. If I must stay I would get a motel for about 30-50 dollars for the night. I would then continue on my journey. During the change the scenery will change from industrial to rural quite quickly. I hope to encounter farmers so maybe if they allow me to help around the house so I can experience the “country lifestyle”. I know I will be seeing many mountains. When I reach Punta Cana I will most likely stay for about 10 days, which is about $100-$130 as well as extra charges ranging from $40-60. During my stay I will…

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  • My Journey To The Dominican Republic

    The sun shone warmly upon the day and the palm trees blissfully moved back and forth on the alluring beach of Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Admiring the peaceful waves as they ran across the shore, I checked my pockets and realized my phone was gone. I walked around the beach retracing my steps trying to find it. I couldn’t believe I had just arrived and had already lost one of my most valuable belongings. Walking back and forth as I probed through the gritty sand, I stumbled over something…

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  • Positive And Negative Effects Of Punta Cana

    Depending where you go it can help with wildlife preservation and rainforests ("Positive & Negative Effects of Tourism"). In the Dominican Republic city Punta Cana, where the resort Grupo Punta Cana is stationed, is an extraordinary example how luxury and nature needs can be met. They keep acres of land untouched and have policies to help protect barrier reefs. They have even reforest parts of the reserve that had previously been stripped. They use their nature to their advantage and provide…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Time I Went To Punta Cana

    The Time I Went to Punta Cana Imagine landing at an airport that is all outside and has no inclosed area. Imagine landing in an airport that is basically all Tiki huts, but really it is an airport. Imagine getting off of the plane by using the stairs that lead to outside air and Imagine walking into 100 degrees, beautiful weather. This place I landed in was called Punta Cana. When I was younger, I had always wanted to go to Punta Cana. Punta Cana was one of my dream places to visit and I…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Favorite Vacation To Punta Cana

    The week of June 28th, 2013 was about to be the most unbelievable week of my life to date. I was about to embark on an amazing vacation to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. I can remember all the details of this vacation from the smells in the air to the taste of all the delicious food they had to offer. My mom’s whole side of the family went on this vacation to attend my grandmother’s intimate wedding that was held on the soft-sand, clearwater beach right outside of our hotel. Friday,…

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  • Punta Can A Short Story

    I suddenly thought to myself, talking to myself in my head almost arguing with myself about how foolish it would have been of me to not attend such an amazing getaway; physical and mental. The plane ride was a breeze. I slowly walked off the plane excited but nervous to loud singing and colorful fruit drinks waiting for me while I waited for my bags to come. Another cousin of mine around the same age as me flew together and rode in the taxi together to the villa where we were staying. Driving…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To The Dominican Republic

    Last summer my family and I went out of the country to the Dominican Republic. We vacation out of the country every year to places like Mexico, Jamaica, and Dominican Republic. This year we were in Punta Cana on a beautiful resort. For the first couple of days we just chilled out on the beach and the pool. It was an all inclusive resort so everything was free, food, drink, anything you wanted it was free. It was very hot and humid and if you did not go in the water to cool off you would have…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Amazing Journey To Dominican Republic

    The Amazing Journey to Dominican Republic My trip to Dominican Republic was really exciting, awesome, and an experience that I’ll never forget. When I went to Dominican Republic, or in Spanish, Punta Cana, I got to learn lots of cool and very interesting things. In this personal narrative, I will be telling you all of the great, or crazy experiences that I had at Dominican Republic. If you don’t know where in the world that the country is located, it is on the east coast off of Puerto Rico.…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Dominican Culture

    My great grandfather came to America from the Dominican Republic on a boat to provide a better life for the many generations of his family to come. My great-grandfather’s perseverance and courage always inspires me to always work hard. Although my first language was English, I am learning Spanish now so I can become more connected with my heritage. I never had much of a chance to learn about the Dominican Republic from my grandparents because of the language barrier between us. My Dominican…

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  • Creative Writing: Mean Birds

    MEAN SISTERS A sweet tropical aroma invades my nostrils as my family follows the meandering path through the dry tropical rainforest in Punta Cana to a freshwater cove. As…

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