On Boxing Day we went to a peaceful town called Caberete. Our villa was called one 110 Calle Bahia (Bay Road). Cabarete was clean and peaceful and people spoke American, French, Spanish, Dutch and German. The beach was clean, relaxing and calm.
Our villa had a shiny blue pool, two clean bathrooms, three cool bedrooms, a living room, a dining room and a terrace where we ate our delicious food. They had been newly painted. At 11:00 we got there and a man showed us round. In the kitchen we had an oven, a sink with water pressure, a microwave, a fridge, a freezer and a stove. The first thing we did was jump in the pool! SPLASH!
The beach was spotless. I had the time of my life wave jumping, body boarding and making enormous sandcastles decorated with shells.
On New Year’s Eve we went to a beach café where we had fish fingers and chips in boats and laid in hammocks. We couldn’t get Daddy out of his hammock when it was time to go home, he was asleep.
On the fourth of January we went to a place called Ocean World where we saw cute dolphins, clever seals, big sea-lions, smart parrots, dangerous sharks, stripy tigers, sizeable fishes, friendly toucans and tiny love birds. We could hold the colourful toucans, feed the friendly love birds and swim with dolphins, sharks, sting rays, tigers and fish. We went snorkelling with tropical fish. We saw a parrot show, a dolphin show and a seal show. We also got to hold a toucan and feed love birds.
I’ve got some final words to say: I was clinging on to the door of the villa when it was time to go back to Nagua because I had such an excellent time.