For instance, although there are many great places to eat good food, especially in the evenings, it can be difficult to find somewhere to get a breakfast or mid-morning/mid-afternoon snack or a filling reasonably priced lunch. Food wise, the choice is varied and pretty unique with some items being totally new to the Dominican Republic. Burritos, omelettes, Emglish muffins, vegetarian options are all on the menu.
A range of teas and coffees, jugo naturales (fruit juices to you and me), shakes and smoothies are also served.
As if the food wasn’t enough, the staff at The End of The Road will also be augmenting the hassle free information already offered by us at The Dive Academy, so if you want advice on bus time tables, places to stay, things to do or if you need help with anything, we will all try our best to oblige.
Added to all these services, there is also a free book exchange, bring one and take one,
Paul Williamson, our Instructor Trainer, will also be giving impromptu talks on a variety of topics and will be only to happy to answer questions about diving, apnea and snorkeling as well as provide information on the eco projects he and TDA are working on
There are huge plans for extending the amenities on offer at The End of The Road, so watch this space. Plus, if you have any ideas or suggestions about services you would like to see us provide, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org