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Day 9- I keep having dreams about Angeli. I also can't help myself from waking up at 6:30 every morning even though we are allowed to sleep in much later. Today, we woke up and then headed over to Cabarete and the lazy dog cafe! Yay wifi! I talked to my friends and family and enjoyed the indoors for a bit. I went out on the sunny beach for just an hour before we all ate pizza for lunch! I've missed pizza so much, so I was extremely excited ...
... potentially die. And this isn't even an exaggeration! It wasn't also just because I was out of shape! Every single person besides the mentors (who completely downplayed this day to a little walk in the woods) was on the verge of death. I even took off my shirt so I was only in a sports bra. I'm not really the type of person to wear minimal clothing like that around people, but it was actually that hot. When we finally made it to the top and I collapsed on ...
... Our last school day started with a pelota tournament. Last year the big sport on campus was basketball. Somehow this year the shift was made to playing baseball. It's hard for me to believe because these kids seem like they've been playing since they've been walking. They are very skilled, and their natural fitness with the ball is amazing to watch. So of the rules in the playing field were different than what were used to: we play on the basketball court, bases are a pile ...
... I chow it all. Yoga is tough. I need my strength. We pass out until lunch, mainly because we can't move. Lunch is salad - no bread. Lime water. That's exactly what it sounds like - pulverize a whole lime w/ water and strain. Add alcohol and sugar and you have the beginning of a mighty fine drink. Alas, there was neither alcohol nor sugar in this one. Bonus were the horses running down the ...
... education, work in the commercial world for those of Haitian decent will be limited to jobs like doormen and street venders.
3. Race- (Noted: I was told at Evergreen, during my undergrad, not to say "race", but I am doing it anyway). Well, this is also a cultural thing. Since so many tourists are white. I used to be put off my one of my favorite cheap eat spots because there was always a crowd of white people. I thought at first it was because it was ...