Playa Turchese Residence - Las Terrenas
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... agriculture-oriented rather than picturesque – so I decided to continue onwards. After about 25 miles of winding mountain roads, often stuck behind slow trucks transporting Constanzas produce bounty out of the valley, I was back on the main highway most of the way back to Santo Domingo and then west through San Cristobal, Bani, and Azua, there busy cities without much of traveler interest.
I arrived in Azua where there was a hotel conveniently located along the ...
... We had a really nice dinner which me, Yudelka and Amas friend, Fatyma cooked together. Fatyma was not a big eater and so didn't want much rice, despite Yudelka trying to persuade her otherwise. She reminded of a Dominican version of Mrs Doyle from Father Ted - if you replace tea with rice. She kept saying 'segura?, segura?' (are you sure, are you sure?), I really had to try my hardest not to burst into ...
... to a club that focuses heavily on environmental impact (eg planting trees) and social entrepreneurship (eg fundraising activities for various causes). I think that the Dominican Republic has a bright future ahead as long the education system continues to produce role model students like Stephanie,Victor, and Riley - a transformational development dream team right here in the DR.
... read that correctly!) to see the irrigation project that was happening. Through more of what our translator Joanna called "wandering about in the middle of no where" we began again! Obed picked a natural tomato and let us all try it, which tasted more like a tart fruit, but was delicious none the less. We saw where a pipe went underground across a large field and then hiked to the top of a viewing point where he pointed and explained where the water pipes went and ...
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