The Pirate Haven Guesthouse

Address: Calle Arzobispo Merino 356, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Arzobispo Merino 356, Santo Domingo.
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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 ...

INCREDIBLY important blog

A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Sep 25, 2011

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... the streets. It is not because they do not want to pursue their education in their free time, but rather they have no outlet for education. The students that are in high school or the university have gotten farther in school than most of their peers, but with the distractions the their daily life and being in their house studying they would give up their studies. They want to do their homework, but with no ...

Adjusting to life

A travel blog entry by viajerisima on Jan 19, 2011

... a coconut open for us so we could drink the milk- that was interesting. That night was a Dominican friend's bday, so of course, more celebration.  All the celebration caught up with me on Saturday, and I came down with what I'm going to call the dr version of strep throat- but it's ok! I was back to 100% by Monday thanks to my trusty Tylenol (which I brought from the US).  I didn't do much Saturday- except lose my cell ...

You know it's winter time in Guazumita when...

A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Dec 29, 2010


... and soccer with the younger kids got me some credit with the older kids (20 and up). The end of Nov I decided to incorporate work into my schedule. I wanted to get a set list of 3 Guasumita baseball teams of 7-12 yr olds, 13-15 yr olds, and 16-25 yr olds. Each team would have about 20 people in case someone couldn't play when there was a game. I wanted the set teams so I wouldn't be trying to round up anyone that could play. I could just write the team ...

Up a Mountain

A travel blog entry by enjoytheride on Jun 24, 2010

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... my new ones dirty. Fortunately, going on the trip with a mom made everything better. She gave me blister cream, band-aids, and her husband's hiking sandals for the last day's hike. The last night in the cabin. The last night sleeping on the floor in a sleeping bag, smelling like smoke from the bonfire, and waking up every hour to switch sleeping positions.

DAY FIVE: (20 kilometers): One of the guys at the cabin told me that the last ...

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