Sosua Horizon Apartments
Travel Blogs from Sosua
... Our last school day started with a pelota tournament. Last year the big sport on campus was basketball. Somehow this year the shift was made to playing baseball. It's hard for me to believe because these kids seem like they've been playing since they've been walking. They are very skilled, and their natural fitness with the ball is amazing to watch. So of the rules in the playing field were different than what were used to: we play on the basketball court, bases are a pile ...
... that we made the most of all the time we had.
At the I was introduced to Aline's mad skills in the area of bartering. All of the vendors wanted me to direct the group to shop there wares. We were approached by vendors with hats, jewelry, fresh fruit, massage, cigars, braiding skills, and henna. The kids were not really interested in shopping, but Aline felt like bartering just for fun. This girls a natural, I'm bringing her with me to ...
Today Kayley turned 15, she got to celebrate her quincianos in Latin America.
It's been a hot and work filled day. No surprise there. One thing we did at camp today was paint lucky friendship rocks. We used nail polish that I brought from home, and the kids loved it, painting many for all of their new friends. They made great birthday presents as well-- K will be ...
... lessons came to life for me. As we were riding in the back of a pick-up truck, driving at what
felt like an extreme rate of speed, especially for the one lane winding four-wheel
path that was considered to be a road, I realized that all I could do is pray
and enjoy the scenery. And as we were riding down a very steep and rocky
incline on our horses, again, all I could do is pray and trust that God and the
horse knew what they were doing. Then while at ...
... is the oldest hotel in the oldest building in a town where the
turnover for most businesses can be less than a year. Created by a Canadian
named Marco in 1999, it has the best reputation on the island for having a no
riff-raff policy when it comes to locals bothering customers. Without saying
more, Marco paid dearly to earn that reputation. Now it is run by an American named
Rick who is glad to help you find a reliable cab, a good bar, or the best ...