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... 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 ...
... country is full of friendly gestures.
After dinner at the hotel, the kids enacted the quincianos ceremony. Which is basically a fake wedding ceremony to celebrate her coming of age. Kayleys fathers, Natalie and Annalore, toasted her and helped her choose her court. They danced ( her pretend husband Caleb promises he'll work on perfecting her waltz soon) and celebrated and then we spent hours preparing items for our group for the last day ...
... of their starting price.
After shopping we had dinner at the hotel, and threw a quincianos party for Kayley
The teachers insisted on giving her the maximum interpretation on the Dominican tradition of splashing water in the face of the birthday girl-- they decided to surprise her with a toss in the pool. They pulled her aside with an apology for ...
... of hip deep. Sandy bottom and one on one with one of the instructors. We were in no way being sent into a situation that we could not get of.
I jumped on my board and started to paddle out. Being on a long board I was making very little headway paddling. I hopped off and walked my board out to where we were taking off. :) Hey it worked. On the second try I was up! What a great feeling. Feeling the power of the waves take you for a ride is hard to describe, but now ...
... we entered a huge tourist mall - there were all sorts of people selling shot glasses, mortars and pestals, dominoes (made in China as well as the more expensive Dominican ones), Lari Mar, Amber, watches, gold, Carnaval masks etc.
I shopped around and then found this really nice guy who was pretty fair on his prices. I had entered his store carrying my two masks in my hands and he offered me a plastic bag to put them in even before he started selling ...