PRINCESS CARIBBEAN CRUISE, 3/2017 Part 5

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Our next stop was at the Amber Cove in the Dominican Republic.

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The buildings in the water were rather expensive.  The big on went for about $1200 per night.

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This waterfall greeted us at the cruise port.

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A motor coach (fancy term for a bus) took us to the beach.  The water was nice and warm

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Debbie and I took advantage of the warm water – quite different from Martha’s Vineyard!

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Here’s me holding in my gut trying to look buff.

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The waves were good.  This is my first attempt at photographing the inside of a breaker.

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I love the color of the water.

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After a lunch, we went to the town of Peurto Plata (Port of Silver)

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This is a park in the middle of the town.

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The streets were not too busy.

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One of the locals selling his wares off his donkey.

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These heads on sticks greeted us back at the cruise port.  I do not know of their significance.

Our next stop will be at St. Thomas.