Aparta Hotel Madejra
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It was Super Bowl Sunday at home today, but here in the Dominican, they could care less. We started the day with a brief trip down to the ocean in Santo Domingo, then packed up and headed for the hills. Literally. La Vega is about a 2 hour drive into the mountains...what a fabulous opportunity to see the beach and ocean side of this country and the vastly different (non-tourist) mountain region. Pretty cool! There is truly a cat, dog, or rooster on every corner, and we ...
A house for injured children, many Haitian, run by "Babs," a Roman-Catholic nun from Long Island. They treat children with cancer, AIDS, and severe burns - along with other severe health issues. They provide the children with food, shelter, transportation, and medical care. Stephanie worked here in 2008 and is well-liked by the people who run it and ...
... supervisor and director of the program. The boys now live in a brand new complex that was built for this project, but were living in apartments until just before Christmas. It was in these apartments where we had our classes from August to December, with a small white board hanging on a nail, and a map of the world taped to the wall…modest by our North American standards, to be sure, but it suited us just fine.
Although the ...
... to translate for middle-aged women. To say the least, I learned a lot of new medical vocabulary, some I didn’t necessarily want to know (or thought I would ever need).
JUGAR PARA VIVIR: YOUTH SPORTS CAMP: I was able to take two kids to the youth sports camp that was over the last weekend in August. After going to three other conferences/camps this summer I was a little burnt out, but this one ended up being my favorite. I ...
... and entering driveways and parking lots. I didn't know if I should be concerned or just take it in stride like Tony was doing. In the end, the flooding was a conversation piece but nothing more than that. We picked up Veronica, CSA's homestay coordinator, and she welcomed me in English on the way to my homestay. I'm living in a small, gated apartment building in what seems like a very affluent part of Santo Domingo. My host mom's name ...