I am not afraid of a Puerto Rican resort resort
I am not scared of a tropical resort, but I am terrified of a resort that has been around since the early 1800s.
I am here to say, if you want to be in the Caribbean, you have to go to the best.
So many places have been renovated and updated in recent years, and there are just so many things you can do there that are just incredible.
From our Caribbean vacation rental, we took a trip to Puerto Vallarta for a week, with some of the best views of the Caribbean in Puerto Vallantes.
The resort is in the heart of the Dominican Republic, in a place called Vallarta.
When we landed, it was still dark, and we were told the hotel was closed.
As we were walking down the main street, we saw a large group of people, but we were unaware that they were coming from the Dominican.
The main street was packed with tourists, and as we approached, a couple of guys got out of their car and yelled to us, “Look at this.”
They were walking back to their car, and they waved us down, telling us they were from the United States.
It was a big deal, and I was like, Oh, wow.
We had been to some of these resorts in the Dominican, and this was the first time I had seen them open their doors to people from all over the world.
I went up to the front desk and asked if they were American, and was told, “No, we’re Dominican.”
And so I was a little confused.
We were still in the United Kingdom, but there was no confusion as to where we were from.
But then, I realized, Wait, there was an American flag in the window.
We got off the plane and we all got out and started talking, and he was like I can’t believe this is happening in my country.
I had never heard of a place like this.
We headed to the main hotel to see what was going on, and it was pretty crazy.
They told us that the place was not closed yet, but that there would be a period of time when it would reopen.
There were a lot of staff, and a lot people were leaving to go back to the United STATES, but the wait was very long.
After about two hours, they told us the hotel would open for business.
The staff told us they had seen the sign and said, “Oh my god!
This is really happening!
This could be the best time of year!”
And then we got the big announcement: “We are open.”
We all went inside and started exploring, and the first thing we saw was a lot more people than we had expected.
We started seeing a lot fewer people and people that had been here for a long time.
We went out to the pool and were a little worried, because we thought we were going to be able to walk around, but all of a sudden, there were people there.
They said that we could swim, but they didn’t tell us how long.
They didn’t want to put us on a pool for the duration of the cruise.
I was walking up the steps to the bar, and some of us started yelling, “We’re going to the Caribbean!”
So we started walking, and then we noticed this little sign.
We saw that there were some signs that said, We’re open to guests from all corners of the world.
“We asked them what they meant, and one of the staff said, There is a time and a place for every nationality, and that is not the time or the place.
We also saw a sign that said: We welcome guests from the U.S., Australia, France, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Germany, Italy, South Korea, Australia, South Africa, and New Zealand.
The people at the bar and at the door said that they wanted to be part of this, and were also part of the group that came in to take pictures with us.
The first thing they wanted was a photo, and at first we didn’t think they would let us in, but then one of them asked, “You can have a picture, can’t you?”
We said, Sure, and so they brought a small camera, which was the kind of thing you take for granted at this point in time.
Then we asked them to take a picture of the people that we saw on the street.
We asked a few questions and then left.
The only way that we would have been able to take photos was if someone from the other side of the island would let the other person take a photo.
And then, as we were waiting for them to come in, the doors opened.
The wait was long, and while we waited, the waiters and the people in the bar started to walk in.
We looked at each other and started laughing, and someone said, Let’s go, let’s go.
I couldn’t believe it, but everyone