JMU Women's Soccer travel blog


Day three started with a drive down to Dominical. The ride was about three and a half hours long, but we took a few pit-stops for lunch and site-seeing along the way. At one point the bus stopped on one side of a bridge, and as we walked across the river we could see about two dozen crocodiles below. Big, small, sleeping, or swimming, these animals were incredibly fun to observe. They came alive when little bits of food were dropped into the water, and the girls were given a nice healthy dose of crocodile fear for the duration of the trip. No swimming in the river at night that is for sure! Once in Dominical we arrived at our beautiful resort. We are about a mile from the beach and the town of Dominical. On the walk from one to the other there is a fresh water river that is full of fun island creatures.The girls are broken up into little bodegas that are nestled right up to the edge of the jungle. Every morning we can hear lizards, frogs, insects, and birds as they coax us out of our slumber and into the next exciting day.



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