Hotel Casa Cayena
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
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... disgusting. I disinfected mine, but it still grossed me out. After we looked at all the fish up close, we had the opportunity to jump off the boat! I got some cool videos of that. I got sort of sunburnt, so a nice shower back at home base felt good after a busy day. Everyone got all dressed up, we ate dinner, then listened to a talk about how we can go further with GLA, 7 elements and the Dominican Republic. Lots of pictures were ...
... 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 ...
Why the heck did I not bring a fan here? You don't understand heat until you go to the equator in July. It is so. freaking. hot. Today we took the short 10 minute bus ride to Caña Dulce. I started out with some more cement mixing (yay) with a group of 5 other kids I didn't really know very well. 4 of them were rising seniors, all from California. The 5th was a girl from Virginia who just graduated and is actually attending UVA this fall! ...
... Trujillo agreed to accept up to 100,000
Jewish refugees from Nazi-occupied Europe. In the end only about 700 arrived
and were settled in a lightly populated area on the north coast and provided
with farmland to develop a dairy industry. Most of the remaining Jews sold
their land and emigrated during the local tourism boom in the 1980s. Sosua is
now a busy tourist town but still has a synagogue and an adjacent ...
... our Coco Locos and Piņa
At night, the bar we chose to pour our money into really
depended on the mood we were in. Was it a loud music dancing kinda night or a
shoot pool and have a conversation kinda night? I prefer the latter more often
than not. But every now and then it’s fun to leave the bar yelling because you
can’t hear yourself speak. But on our search for a cool quiet spot, we found
Plan B. A little slice of ...