It’s not even six o’clock in the morning, so why am I writing a post at this ungodly hour?
It’s because I’m jet-lagged; my body thinks it’s ten o’clock in the morning. That’s the time in Dominican Republic, where I’ve spent the better part of the last couple of weeks.
My plans were many, to visit some of the beautiful waterfalls, see some cool animals and hike. Alas, I got seriously ill on the second night, and remained miserable the entire time, hacking and coughing due to a nasty bronchial infection… but I forced myself to do some activities, such as dune buggy riding, horseback riding, and visiting the famous Island of Saona.
The highlight of my trip, and a major reason I chose that destination, was when I met Steve Brule’. Here he is with his buddy Ginger the cat:
Aside from that, he’s got a YouTube channel, Studio Brule, where he exposes the evils of feminism – but also ventures into other topics, such as anti-white racism. I’ve been subscribed to his channel for a while, having been directed there by my friend Diversity Chronicle. I got to visit him, and his eccentric gang of expats, twice.
Dominican Republic shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti. When Christopher Columbus discovered America, it was actually the island of Hispaniola that he discovered, and the oldest New World cities were there. This is why the Colonial Quarter of Santo Domingo, the capital, with its many historic buildings, was such an attraction to me.
Near Santo Domingo is a network of cenotes (cave lakes). They are stunning. There will be many photos in upcoming posts.