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I have been in the Dominican Republic for nearly two weeks now. Here in Beautiful Cabarete. I have been relaxing, settling in, and getting to know the lay of the land. Tomorrow, however, marks the beginning of the real reason I am here: my work with the Mariposa Foundation. So, as I am doing my last bit of preparation and settling in, I figure I …
I have been noticing something about life in the Dominican Republic, if you are going to
happy here, you need to learn to how to be still and to let go. Two things that
do not seem to come natural to me but are becoming more and more appealing
every day. I have met a lot of people who were not born in the DR, but are now
calling this island 'home'. For every person, there is a story of how they came
to be here. Some ended up here by divine accident, like Jeffrey who ...
... I watched the way everyone else was just swimming I felt a lot better. Then as I watched Camden and Lauren diving under to get a closer look that, 'if only I were braver' feeling came back. Lauren must have been able to tell somehow, because she swam over to me and ask if I wanted to dive with her. So with Lauren by my side, I took a breath and dove down. I don't know how many of you have ever faced one of your fears, but that moment when you overcome the ...
... just started passing out phone numbers and
introducing us around.
Proverbs 3:27 says, "Do not withhold good from those who need it, when it is in your
power to act." How often have I had the power to act, but my head took
over and I excused it away? I think back to two years ago when I was driving to
West Virginia to visit my dad. I had my kids and three of their friends in the van. On the side of the road we came upon two guys pushing ...
... br> eat. So as we are standing in the road waiting for the seemingly non-existent
carro, a young boy drives up on his bike and is circling us. Finally he says in
Spanish, I am hungry. So in my maturity, I turn to him and say, "Yo
tambien", meaning 'me too' and turn away. So of course I am standing there
knowing that the right thing to do would be to give the boy a slice of pizza. I
am having the classic devil/angel on the shoulder argument.
TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Carmen Cabarete
A beautiful rooftop terrace with views of the lagoon and mountain ridges.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.