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Travel Blogs from Sosua
... t seem slower at all. But then as you are standing at the side of the road,
waiting for the public transportation to show up and hoping that there will be
at least 4 seats, you realized that everything is run on its own time and in
its own ways. Nothing really runs on a schedule, and if it does, it seems to be
negotiable. For instance, I needed to have some photos developed and asked the
lady at the store what her hours were. She stated 9-6 but then followed it ...
... I watched the way everyone else was just swimming I felt a lot better. Then as I watched Camden and Lauren diving under to get a closer look that, 'if only I were braver' feeling came back. Lauren must have been able to tell somehow, because she swam over to me and ask if I wanted to dive with her. So with Lauren by my side, I took a breath and dove down. I don't know how many of you have ever faced one of your fears, but that moment when you overcome the ...
... who introduced us to even
more new friends. And He gave us an amazing example of what it truly means to
be the hands and feet of God. Mike and Toni did not wonder if they should give
us a ride, they just stopped and offered. They did not discuss whether or not
they should open their home to four perfect strangers, they just invited us to
stay. They did not take some time to get to know us before they attempted to
get us plugged into ...
... br> eat. So as we are standing in the road waiting for the seemingly non-existent
carro, a young boy drives up on his bike and is circling us. Finally he says in
Spanish, I am hungry. So in my maturity, I turn to him and say, "Yo
tambien", meaning 'me too' and turn away. So of course I am standing there
knowing that the right thing to do would be to give the boy a slice of pizza. I
am having the classic devil/angel on the shoulder argument.
... provided en-route, a morning bap with scrambled egg. Out tour guide, Martin (pronounced Marteen), provided excellent information about the island during our 1h 30 min drive up the mountains. The drive gave us time to chat with the Yankees and find our where they were staying in Cabarete. Concluding that, although their various accommodation sounded very nice, our was clearly the best.
We had one final stop before reaching the ...