The pocón mountains are in a remote corner of the Dominican Republic, a mountainous region of less than 5 million people that was once part of the Caribbean and is now home to a population of fewer than 10,000 people.
The mountains were inhabited from the late 1500s until the 1960s, and were mostly inhabited by indigenous people, according to The Associated Press.
While they were mostly considered a national park, the government protected the land and the inhabitants were granted land ownership rights.
Today, the area is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is a popular destination for vacationers.
In a country where almost no cars can drive through, we can’t really afford to go hiking or camping, so we’re going to do the best we can to get our guests to stay overnight.
So if we can convince them to stay at the villas, it will be a lot of fun for us.
The best part of these villas is that they’re all built in one piece.
All of the original pieces are preserved and the villa itself is still a part of our lives.
There’s an indoor pool and a pool hall that are all completely different.
There are a few outdoor spaces, but they are all private.
They’re all completely self-contained.
We use old clothes to dress up the rooms and we use the original kitchen and the dining room as well.
There are a lot more details that are kept private, but I’d love to see what people are going to find inside the villá.
I really like the idea of the villanas being completely self contained.
We can’t afford to pay for anything, but the villagas are a wonderful way to spend the night and have a very private space to just be together and relax.
The POCONO mountain villa was built by a local architect and designer, Ricardo Pucino.
While the villacas are all self-sustaining, there are also a number of other things that are available.
The owner is planning to donate them to local organizations.
POCONTO mountain home is a self-storage facility for the family POCONTONO, Dominican Republic – A POCO mountain cabin was a popular summer vacation destination, but in the last few years, the country has seen a dramatic drop in the number of vacationers staying there, according the Associated Press: The number of guests staying at POCONSO in recent years has plummeted by more than 60 percent.
The number of new guests has fallen from 1.4 million in 2015 to just 790, according data from the Dominican Tourism Department.
Poconso is located on a small island off the coast of the southern city of Santo Domingo, which has seen the decline in vacationers over the last two years, according to the AP.
“The decline has been so dramatic in the past couple of years,” the AP quoted an island official as saying.
With fewer guests visiting, POContos house is a bit less popular than it once was.
It is currently the only self-sufficient, self-maintained home in the country.
[…]POCONOS cabin is a perfect example of the many ways to maximize your vacation time.
To keep costs down, the family is renting out the villatas and other rooms to other families.
Once the family leaves, they’re free to visit as much of the island as they want.
You can also rent out rooms in the guest house.
This way, you can have one of your own stay at home and enjoy a private dining room.
A private outdoor pool is also a must, the AP reported.
At the time of the AP’s interview, the villadas were empty, but this summer they’ve filled with family members.
As a result, the resort has started offering the private outdoor swimming pool for free.
Santo Domingos has a population density of roughly 3,000, making it the largest island in the Caribbean.
This is not the first time that a private vacation resort has closed down due to the decline of tourism.
In 2014, a resort in Jamaica closed due to declining tourist numbers.