One of the nicest things about staying at the Iberostar Bavaro Resort was enjoying their setup. It was very fun during the day and quite romantic at night.
We saw many newlyweds on their honeymoons. We actually were questioned a few times by people who overheard our conversations about Laura’s sister’s wedding on the beach. We met a couple from Ohio while swimming in the ocean one night. They just got married and were on their honeymoon. They were in their early 20s, I think. Nice people.
I loved the lighting of the landscape at this resort. All the trees were lit up and there were nice antique lamp posts all around. I get bored fast, but to be forced to relax and hold hands with my little honey was sweet.
I did my best to take some night photos. I fiddled with the settings on my camera, but many of them just didn’t come out. Some of the better ones did though, so here goes…
This photo was taken on our way to eat one night…a nice little cluster of palm trees.
This is a good one. I wonder how many photos of the same statue are floating around the internet. I don’t know…whenever I see a nude statue I have to take a picture. This was taken right outside one of the buffets.
Another small cluster of palm trees.
Here is a photo of some of those antique lamp posts I was talking about. They lined some of the water features.
I thought this was pretty cool. This fountain and chandelier were located in the center of the main reception area. I liked it because it reminded me of my favorite computer video game, Unreal.
This is a photo of one of the apartments at night. I thought they looked good because of the soft lighting.
There you go…only a few more left.