Hello mga labs, we’re back home to our simple boat life.. but officially this week Jonathan are back to being “liveaboards” from “sailors”! Haha!
I went to Cj and Eric’s SV Ragnarok to learn how to make bread.. she’s been baking a lot on their boat since they started sailing 2 years ago and now I believe she’s an expert after we tried her bread last time! I’ve learned it yesterday and we even have a take a home cinnamon bread for dinner! Yummy!
After few days of not leaving our sailboat because of the sad news of Ishi The Sea Cat passing.. Jonathan and I decided to continue our pre-arranged trip to Grand Laguna Beach which is less than 2 hours away from Luperon 🏢⛱🚘 We rented a big SUV car for $27, so it’s easy to bring Captain Ahab with us.
One of the very important things that the Consul will look for in your visa application is your deep-rootedness in your country. Deep-rootedness is defined in the dictionary as deeply rooted; firmly implanted or established. So the question now is: How do you prove that you are firmly established in your home country?
I always suggest that you write a very detailed cover letter whenever you send your application, yes the consuls accept and read it esp. for UK, Schengen, Australia or Canada visa applications.
We spent the whole day watching the two of them but we went outside for Friday night hangout with sailing friends, had a yummy bread at SV Ragnarok’s sailboat while drinking rum cocktail and playing Cards Against Humanity (never player this before!) Hahaha!
We’re staying at the Hideaway of Royalton in the next four days. It’s a part of the bigger hotel (Royalton Punta Cana) but has exclusive facilities that are for adults-only which includes a separate reception lounge, swimming pool, bar, beach area and the access to Dorado restaurant where I had steak for lunch! Yum! We can also use the other facilities - waterpark and infinity pool, etc.! 🤩 We also have our butler the entire stay! Very blessed indeed! 🙏