Rancho Olivier Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... went back to the first place . . Who knows if we made the right decision . . . We got ourselves outfitted with horses and headed out .. Meanwhile, the Jojo has not ridden a horse for many years - so long ago that I cannot even remember! Judy has a bad knee that makes stuff like this difficult. . Susan wanted to go fast . .. Cindy was fine with whatever . .. So - we headed out... I wasn't sure if you just sat loosely on the ...
... chopping down trees from the hillside and turning them into coal to sell to those ...
... receive from the Lord. It was easy to see that the Spirit was moving, and people were being radically transformed. I know that the church is going to exponentially grow, and be a catalyst in the transformation of the community.
Our afternoon was spent at the "Salto de Jimenoa" falls. It was beautiful AND we got to play in the water!! A few of us went up stream and explored--finding caves and locals who decided Kyle was Tarzan. The locals got a ...
... slightly less than on the first day.
Right, strike that. I've just come back from doing the laundry and it's put me back in a right old mood. The laundry on our floor, a mere five minute walk away, only had three machines. Two were working, the third not working but full of clothes, so obviously whichever idiot (right word this time) had put washing in there had just buggered off and left it.
Min was with me to begin with and we were both ...
... buggy rides at Laguna Linon Ntl Park. Pristine beaches of El Macao, 9 km North of Barara
Eastern: 2 borders into Haiti and the highest peaks of the Carribean Cibao 3087m.
Southern: Capitol Santo Domingo
Average tetmp 24 - 27 celcius
sports include: baseball and mtn biking, and scuba on the South shores