Casa de Monaga Guesthouse

102 Canela Street, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Cd. Nueva area of Santo Domingo, is near Alcazar de Colon.
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Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo

So much walking...

A travel blog entry by vicky17 on Jul 03, 2014

Had a good sleep last night, the bed is the comfiest I've slept in since I arrived in Dominican Republic plus there's so many pillows! Woke up at 9am and Luz served me a traditional Dominican breakfast - fruit juice (papaya and mango) tea (cinnamon and honey) and mafongo (mashed plantain with spices) and two fried eggs with onions. We chatted about Dominican cuisine and cooking - Sancoche and how to cook Dominican rice with concon (the 'burnt' bit at the bottom). Also if you ask ...

Best Project: Courts For Kids

A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Apr 11, 2013

... how little happens on social media in a week- I will drink water out of my tap with joy- I will travel more consciously- I will try to smile as bright as those children at least once a day- I will let things lie more often- I will remember how small the world is- I will keep ...

Waaaay over do blog

A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Apr 12, 2011

1 comment, 10 photos

... school. I automatically said yes because everyone said they wanted to learn English and rounding up people was impossible unless you're giving stuff away free. I figured if Ithey were already in the school I didin't have to walk house to house in Don Juan.

SUMMARY OF PROJECTS THUS FAR:
1. BASEBALL
A) 20 boys. 8-11 years old. Cardinals
B) 20 boys. 12-15 years old. Reds
C) 20 boys. 16-24 years old. Giants
*Each team has their specific ...

Adjusting to life

A travel blog entry by viajerisima on Jan 19, 2011

... on about a daily basis at my house... I just recently found out why though- the city allocates a certain amount of water and power based upon how many people pay for it. There would be ample amounts of both, except for the fact that thousands of people don't pay these bills- so that creates shortages for everyone. It's something along those lines, and again, another aspect of life I'm going to chalk up to cultural ...

Home stretch

A travel blog entry by akb2ic on Dec 01, 2008

8 comments, 20 photos

... with flour and milk. We wanted to make sweet potato casserole but what they call sweet potatoes here ("batatas") are hard, dry and kind of grainy. Solution: invent something new that accounts for the differences in sweet potatoes. We ended up with something that we called "batatas a la LA" (sweet potatoes a la Luzlanda and Amanda) that everyone really liked. We wanted to have turkey, but people don't really eat turkey here plus it's really expensive to ...

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