Address: Suncampdr Munoz # 40, Puerto Plata, 57000, Dominican Republic | Condo
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    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by julieericson on Jul 15, 2015

    ... away further, I ran in to get help. The first adult I saw ended up being a mentor for the 21-day program who I later found out was named Georgio. He is from Italy and literally made me furious. He told me I shouldn't have left the gate open for the dogs to escape .... I'm not stupid enough to leave the gate open... Sooooo. Then I was like can you please help I can't catch the dog he's running away. I was in a panic and you know what Georgio told me to do? "Use your leadership skills ...

    The back-story

    A travel blog entry by mollohan on Mar 03, 2014

    ... I am not sure why I believe that...surely the Bible does not show that as so many people were asked to do things, and never felt that peace. But somehow, I wanted it to be true. I keep remembering a small tidbit of wisdom that I got out of my very first Bible study, Experiencing God. That sometimes the confirmation comes after the obedience. The Red Sea did not part until Moses took the first step into the waters. What a simple concept, and a very, very difficult truth to live ...


    A travel blog entry by tiffanybowman12 on Feb 20, 2011

    ... 8217;t regret going on this trip one bit, it’s been one of the biggest live changing experiences I’ve ever been on. I’ve met some of the most amazing people and done some of the coolest things. These 6 weeks are ones that I’ll never forget, and are ones that are going to shape what I do with the rest of my life. I’m excited to see how studying abroad changes who I am, when I have my life back and see what else comes out of ...

    27 Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by silja on Oct 10, 2010

    1 comment, 49 photos

    ... park that contained the waterfalls, which went something like this: walk to the main highway. A guagua will come by, you will recognize it as a small van with 15 people in it. Take that to the texaco station. Buy a bus ticket to this other town. Find some people with motor bikes. Give them $.50 to take you to the park. After all this tutorial, it turned out that just by having the knowledge we could negotiate the taxis down to $30 from the standard $80 to ...

    Voyage to the North

    A travel blog entry by la_profe on Nov 08, 2009

    20 photos

    ... it was starting to get dark, so wasn't very good for picture-taking. Finally, we pulled up to a lovely little house in this village in the mountains - which is just houses lining either side of this street. The reception was held outside, and the family had just put in a new gazebo, which was where the band played and people danced, and where the cake was on display. There were little white tables interspersed among the plants and trees in the garden, ...