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... and always ready to share a smile or a hug. I am reminded of what one community leader sharing with us that we don't all speak the same language now because of the events at the Tower of Babel but one day in heaven we shall all understand each other. What a beautiful thought.
It's so hard to believe we only have one week left here. We have been busy so the time has gone fast! Until next time.Elise. ...
Spent the morning at the Centro Leon Museum in Santiago.
The three exhibits focused on the anthropological aspects of the Dominican culture, some of the country's art, as well as a photography exhibit by the acclaimed Dominican photographer, Apeco.
Here are some pictures we ...
... and always willing to offer a "Hola" as you pass by. The people in the markets were also kind, informative and not pushy.
We have also gotten to know our guides and learn more Spanish from them. It's encouraging to see their heart for the TEARS Ministry and how they enjoy serving. I look forward to hearing more of their stories.
So far the Dominican has been full of colourful surprises and facinating history.
Until next time
... the hotel for a small cooking class, and relaxing in the mosquito filled night by the pool. I've broken out in rash more from sun and bug chemicals than native irritants, so eased up on the deet.
Jamie, my roommate, and I were up till after midnight talking and sharing experiences about our time so far and our lives in general. She's an amazing woman, and I feel lucky to have her teaching and influencing our children with such passion and ...
... coconut bread, and ginger beer as snacks. The coconut bread was delicious!
Later in the afternoon after lunch we took a boat tour to "Los Haitises", which is a national park. The park was 40 min across the bay and there were these beautiful pieces of huge rocks made out of lime stone. We got to see the "Key of the Birds", which is where we saw all types of birds (pelicans) that only live in that specific area. We also got to go inside the caves of "San Gabriel" and ...