Sorry to hear. I think if there’s a migration eastward the government will have to invest in better healthcare facilities in RSJ/Cabrera.Yep, spent a couple of years over there and had the opportunity to try out the local medical facilities.
I rembember Playa Real as well in Juan Dolio..... and Occidental La Esplanada in SosuaThe Decameron in Juan Dolio has been vacant and decaying for at least 8 years.
The Coral Costa Caribe was open and running in 2015, closed down but might be back up and running.
The Emotions resort there was closed down for a long time but someone invested in it and it was open since at least March as of this past weekend.
Yeah that's like saying I spent a month there one night.The coastal road near Nagua is beautiful.
But Nagua itself, not so much. It took us 45 minutes to clear it last week. As bad as anything I’ve seen in the capital, maybe worse.
Well, IMO we have one very nice supermarket to be honest. The other often smells like rotted meats due to them turning off all the refrigeration systems for over 12 hours per day. The selection found in both is ok, many imported products takes months to hit the shelves again. The quality of ground beef is meh in one of them and the other, well, hard to identify the animal source. The cheeses in the "other" normally smell like bargain plastic wrap combined with the smell of poorly cleaned refrigeration units.We now have 2 very nice supermarkets.... much fewer trips to Playero.... good hardware stores too
I thought that first video was Camino del Sol, also. It's amazing to think that once it was a very popular tourist destination with several all-inclusive resorts.I didn't watch the first video to the end, but I think they don't say where it is, which is a shame. I'm thinking maybe Jardin Deportivo/Camino de Sol near Cabarete possibly.
For me, Juan Dolio is one of the weirdest places for a mixture of top-end luxury apartments owned by the rich of Santo Domingo, right next to huge derelict blocks.