Residencial Erika

Address: 14 Camaron, Juan Dolio, Dominican Republic | Condo
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This condo, located on 14 Camaron, Juan Dolio, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Juan Dolio

The Dominican Republic Experience

A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Apr 07, 2015

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... learned to speak English so well. He told us that they were taught English in high school. He is now a fisherman living on the island. As we walked down the beach, he provided insight to the fishing life. He explained that the fishermen (about 25 of them) would live there for a few months and then head back to the mainland for a break and returned again. We noticed that there were only men and no women or children. This is because the women prefer ...

Rotary update - project "el nuevo Vasca"

A travel blog entry by la_profe on Oct 23, 2009

1 comment, 9 photos

... an active role. Within a few days, she called Cristina (club secretary) with a date for the meeting.

2 weeks later, we were off to Vasca. The club president Andy took his bike, and he and my temporary American neighbour in Juan Dolio, Derek (more on him later), drove out to the batey together. Cristina, Victoria, and I took the bus to a batey to the north of Consuelo, called Consuelito. From there, we met Andy and Derek, and hired ...

Arrival in la Republica Dominicana

A travel blog entry by la_profe on Jul 09, 2009

7 photos

... friend "Matilda's" mini-market, or colmado, as they say in Spanish. I am lucky to have a very nice next-door neighbour, who is the manager of Matilda's colmado, and who has been instructed to take care of me and help me whenever I need it! I will post pictures of my new digs once I am appropriately decorated and settled in...looks a bit too much like an institution at the moment!

Moving day was quite interesting, as a man was sent to pick me up in Consuelo ...

Sad news

A travel blog entry by hmaclean on Oct 28, 2008

1 comment

... until today. After having received x-rays and various brain scans, they have determined that they can operate to remove the tumour, but the cost of the operation, medications, hospitalization, and doctors' fees is 18 000 pesos, which works out to be approximately $650 in Canadian dollars. What breaks my heart is that this family is so kind and very hard-working, but they have nothing and can barely afford basic ...

Schools update

A travel blog entry by hmaclean on Oct 20, 2008

... for at least 2, if not 3, hours starting at about noon, and this is a good time to visit people), or study my next Spanish chapter. Some afternoons, I am lucky to have the guys who work for the man who arranged for me to come here pick me up and take me to see an area or landmark that I would not otherwise get to see (so far, I have seen massive flood damage, stranded people, a shut down sugar mill, a distant batey, and watched a young horse ...

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