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October 19, 2010

Samana, Dominican Republic sign

Karen Duquette and her line dance friends board The Tender for a ride to Samana, Dominican Republic.

Karen Duquette and Doug Jorge

Nita, Judy and Rona

Below: Photos taken from the tender on the way to samana

outcropping of rocks

outcropping of rocks

hotel

hotel

view of Samana

view of Samana

Bridge over Samana Bay

Bridge over Samana Bay

Bridge over Samana Bay

houses

Below: The Tender docked.

The Tender docked. The Tender docked.
two tenderes docked two tenderes docked

Samana is a province of the Dominican Republic on the Samana Peninsula located in the eastern region. It's capital is Santa Barbara de Samana, usually known as Samana. The province is on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean in the northeastern part of the Dominican Republic, Samana has numerous beaches, but it is known for its mountains of which it is almost entirely formed. Samana was originally larger, covering the area of what is now the Maria Trinidad Sanchez province, before being divided during the Trujillo era..

Dominican Republic locationSamana location

Karen Duquette entered Samana and as Doug went to take her picture at the entrance, Karen's room-mate Betty stepped in to be photographed too. (Yes, this is the room-mate mentioned earlier.)

Welcome to Samana

Karen Duquette and Betty

Below: Everyone was greeted by some great music and native dancers.

native dancers

native dancers

native dancers

native dancers

native dancers

native dancers

native dancers

native dancers

native dancers

Continue  on to downtown, the beach, some history and more in Samana