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Travel Blogs from Cabarete
... is doing well apart from a few sunburnt people :(
It's been a great trip! The students will be posting individual summary blogs in the next few days (no free Internet at the hotel).
Thanks for following our journey...it has truly been transformational!
... The moto driver was one of the hotel regulars - not a complete stranger. But still - that's pretty impressive service.)
Oh, and the 13# of laundry - 350 $RD = @ $8.14 USD
For dinner, the stars finally aligned and we dined at Parilla de Louis - " The Chicken Shack". Big grill out front that could probably hold 100 chickens - Mike was most envious. We split a ...
... while drying out.
About 25 people staying/connected with Extreme went to Bliss to celebrate Steve's birthday. Steve is Canadian and works in the diamond mine industry. Also in attendance was Chris, a British marine engineer for one of the worlds largest private yachts. Dinner conversation was ...
... in sight, that is, until my home stay
in a small “campo” outside of Rio San
Juan, Puerta Plata, Dominican Republic. As a part of the foundation’s volunteer
orientation, our boss had her husband take us out the land of cocoa farming,
cow milking, river baths, and—most notably—latrines. Her husband Freddie is a
quiet, taciturn man. He is often spotted in various spots around town with
three other grown ...
... museum. This case held the personal belongings that each sister was carrying the day of their murders, Nov 25, 1960. the three sisters had just visited their spouses in jail and, along with their driver, they were assisinated while driving back to Salcedo. The men who killed them tried to clean up the bodies and their car was driven off of a cliff to make it look like an accident.
To the right of the case was Maria Teresa's purse. It was a brown ...