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... shopping centre, there was a massive queue, I was worried that it was the queue just to get in, but noticed everyone else was heading round the other side so I followed them to another entrance. Turned out that there a new shop opening that day, couldn't really understand why you'd queue for hours just to get into one shop - what if you don't find anything you like? ...
... open- I will keep my ears open- I will remember Guasumita.
Guasumita is incredibly poor by ...
... Pepe gives them practice every week
*Every weekend 1 or 2 teams play with a nearby community
*I store the baseball equipment in my house and they come get it when they have practice or a game
2. ENGLISH: in school in Guasumita
3-4 pm: 5th and 6th grade. About 15 students
-Started: last week in February
-Stopped: 1st week in March
*The professor was there 1 day and the kids would be quiet/listen. After that he ...
... though, so I'm thinking of taking a painting class pass/fail at the huge university of santo Domingo (UASD)- 160,000 students! That's as long as i did ok on the placement test (we didn't get our scores back yet). That's one thing that's very difficult for me here is the uncertainty. The government hasn't decided yet when the UASD should start classes, and because it's a public university, they have all the power.
I'm also going to ...
... and we have been meeting and planning activities, more or less, since that day. Brigada Verde and Construye tus Suenos are just getting off the group but the attendence has been pretty solid for both. It's nice because with those groups we have youth leaders that are taking charge meaning that it could be more sustainable after I leave. We're planning to have an environment conference, tree planting activity, and beach/river clean up days.