Playa Turchese Residence - Las Terrenas

Address: Calle 27 De Febrero, Las Terrenas, Samaná Peninsula, 83675, Dominican Republic | Condo
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This condo is located on Calle 27 De Febrero, Las Terrenas.
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        Travel Blogs from Las Terrenas

        Adventures in Teaching

        A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 20, 2015

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        ... Elizabeth and I were very thankful for Christina's extra help! Aaron was outside teaching gym and it seemed to go well despite the heat. Tonight we had a big much needed rain storm. I am in awe of how fast it comes down here and how loud it is on the tin roof. I have a feeling we will all sleep well tonight. Tomorrow we are hoping to be at the Soto school as the jeep is now fixed but we shall see. In Christ ...

        Down to three

        A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 17, 2015

        1 comment, 1 photo

        ... unique gifts and while we are all feeling challenges to be the best teachers we can we are also loving getting the experience to build into the lives of our students.

        please pray that we will continue to stay healthy and have the energy we need to be great teachers. please pray that we will team well with each other and not miss the rest of our team too baldy!

        In Christ
        Elise ...

        Final Thoughts

        A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 17, 2015

        ... community development must reach the deeply spiritual realm and says that humans are on a never ending journey towards something. This journey does not simply involve the poor but also the non-poor and the staff at the development agency. By recognizing development in terms of a transformational journey that occurs in everyone’s life (not only the lives of the poor), the non-poor avoid the common mistake of placing themselves on ...

        Nolan here

        A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 13, 2015

        ... it was cool to see that our work mattered to them. At first I was a bit skeptical about presenting a possible solution to these leaders, but it was very well received. Whether they begin to move in the direction of collective impact or not, I hope we hear about a lot of progress being made in this community in the future. I will definitely be keeping in touch with some of the many cool people we've met down here. ...

        Learning to Teach in the Dominican

        A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 12, 2015

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        ... to know more about my students and their families through the dialogue. In between, a little Grade 1 girl comes and gives me a hug whenever she sees me. Groups of students call out my name when they pass. I pound fists with a bunch of boys. I figure out what I am supposed to be doing in the afternoon. I sit with Grade 6 boys during recess and laugh as they try to figure out how to talk to me in Englishman. I continue ...