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Travel Blogs from Gaspar Hernandez
Got up early for an adventure farther inland to tour the beautiful Ciguapa Falls. David came with us and we were joined by a funky German couple, Julia and Anis. The tour included two classic Dominican meals and an exhilarating hike through the countryside. We got to pick passion fruit for a snack on the way up to the falls. The whole trip was an amazing experience that got our adrenaline pumping and had us all exhausted by ...
... not skin deep.
The comparison method is popular when measuring how much a person, family, town, or nation has. My friends had me compare what they had to the other countries I had visited. I was doing the same, nearly everyday. I see other people, all around me comparing what Dominicans have to what people have in their home countries. My own comparison syndrome has really started to fade recently. I read a supposed Mark Twain quote on somebody's Facebook page the other ...
Volunteer Visit Part 4
Posted: 29 Mar 2011 10:00 AM PDT
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After Escojo and another round of neighbor visits, it was time for a
rousing sermon about stories from Genesis and the sermon on the mount led
by Doña Elena at the Adventist ...
Volunteer Visit Part 3
Posted: 28 Mar 2011 10:00 AM PDT
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Cassidy and Magee in front of the Salon Tecnologica
In the morning Magee and I left early in order to catch the one daily
pickup that would take us to Cassidy's site. ...
Volunteer Visit Part 2
Posted: 27 Mar 2011 10:00 AM PDT
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The place where I found myself with the five girls was incongruous with the
rest of Moca. Indeed, upon entering I felt as if I had left the Dominican