- I thought there would be more baseball fields.
- When asked how you are doing, they will accept nothing less than “excelente.” “Good” or “bueno” will not be tolerated.
- In the native language of the Dominican “Strawberries, cream” is actually strawberry jello in a tiny plastic cup.
- I’m no expert, but the native language of the Dominican sounds an awful lot like Spanish.
- I may have been looking in the wrong places, but I didn’t see anyone selling steroids.
- Americans are fat, but so are people from other countries.
- Dee and I were mistaken for Canadians several times. I believe that is the Dominicans’ way of complimenting people.
- Punta Cana is mostly windy and rainy with a nearly zero chance of sun.
- The roads in the Dominican are as good as the roads in Chicago, which is to say: bad.
- Everything is moist. If it is not moist, give it a second and will be moist.
Monday, March 08, 2010
Impressions of the Dominican Republic
Dee and I just returned from our vacation in the Dominican Republic. It was our first time to the Dominican and we didn’t know what to expect. Luckily for you, I used my keen eye to make some astute observations: