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I have been noticing something about life in the Dominican Republic, if you are going to
happy here, you need to learn to how to be still and to let go. Two things that
do not seem to come natural to me but are becoming more and more appealing
every day. I have met a lot of people who were not born in the DR, but are now
calling this island 'home'. For every person, there is a story of how they came
to be here. Some ended up here by divine accident, like Jeffrey who ...
... to watch a movie. That, 'if only I were older' feeling, But mine was, 'if only I were braver'.
I paddled to the reef and my wonderful mother offered to come with me to tie up my board. My mom helped me by telling me I was going to be fine and that as long as I stayed calm nothing would happen. So slowly we swam closer to the reef. As we got closer the more fish appeared. I was feeling the way a person with arachnophobia feels when they see a spider. ...
... Not sure why I assumed this, but they were.
Their names are Mike and Toni and they work as travel specialists here in the DR. However, I
can tell you that at that moment, they were on God's errand, because they
allowed God to use them as lights in our very dark world. Within the 5 minute
drive to the church, they made us feel welcome and no longer alone. They told
us about serving opportunities in the area and they invited us to either ...
... to La Boca for a down winder. I jumped in the car to keep her and the adorable pup company.
We dropped the gang off then hopped back in the car to drive to Susi's house to drop off her car and the dog. I met her adorable German parents and could see the resemblance immediately. Her little home compound is an oasis to the craziness on the street. You would never know someone lived there!
We walked ...
... 28/3 did slightly less- it was wet !!
29/3 the day dawned wet and cloudy and we went ashore at 830 to get our taxi to the falls
the plus point would be there would be more water, so faster and deeper, it proved to be true and it was even better, we also had a brilliant guide who could impersonate all the birds and get them to call him back he also did the most incredible dives jumping off several rocks and turning down headfirst after we had gone down so ...