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Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo
can assure this was my best spring break ever!We (My cousin Bruno and friend Giorgio) decide to take our first day of this SS to Las Terrenas located in Samana , the first stop we did was on the new hallway. We found an amazing view of the cost and them stopped in an incredible cave.
... away from only boy projects, but in July it was all boys. Peace Corps has a camp called Camp Superman that happens once around April and July. a few volunteers plan the activities, let volunteers that want to come and bring a couple boys from their community apply, they read the applications, and elect the volunteers that can come. Of the 40 volunteers that applied I was 1 of the lucky 16 that got an invite and was allowed to bring 2 boys. The camp ...
... Finally I cought a wave back in, then the next round came and knocked me towards the beach, I was exhausted, and thankful! What a way to end the trip.
After catching my breath and chilling on the beach for a short while longer we headed to boca chica, a touristy area with stores and restaurants a few miles away. We sat down for a nice lobster dinner with a bottle of wine. It wasn't like that fresh lobster we had earlier but hey you can't complain when your eating lobster in DR!
... a mall for lunch and they had a TACO BELL! It was so nice to have some food that I love. Finding things that I can eat and like has been a real challenge for me. The day got even better after lunch, because we toured Bon, an ice cream factory here in the DR. It was really interesting to see the process from start to end. The funniest thing of the ...
... when my boss comes to visit she approves the other house I'm pretty sure it'll be that 1. The couple that owns the house built it, and then decided not to move in. They said I could either pay 1,000 pesos/month (about $27/month) or put in the floor/room wall dividers and pay something small at the end of the 2 years. My host mom said the 2nd option was better. It's not too bad of a price my project partner said and it's pretty big for 1 person to live in. ...