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Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo
... said that phrase to me.
WAITING FOR OCTOBER: As you all know I have been in my own house since March. I walked all my stuff over at night so no one could see my stuff. Now I have more stuff: stove, gas tank, wooden table for stove, twin bed, queen bed, sheets for wall dividers, giant tank to store water. I don’t let anyone inside my house and if my door’s open all they can see are some chairs. I was saving up to buy a table ...
... stereos and engines of cars and
loudspeakers of vendors were loud, here they shake the walls.
Scarcely an acre in each block of my barrio is free of asphalt, cement,
cinderblock structures, enormous mango trees. On every block there is a
building whose walls announce in foot-high neon-colored lettering that it
is a banca, a kind of gambling establishment. Another Oregonian could ...
... I was so excited. Santa didn't let me down! As if anyone is still reading, but I have one last little thing to write about.... (the weekend was great, it surprised me how much i missed hanging out with my friends! But thats not it...) February 27th is Independence day- aka the 4th of July if you're a dumb american that's had too much to drink... It's celebrated by a huge military parade down the Malecón- i would have never guessed they had so many branches on ...
... it and talk or to say call me back a little later.
October 19th 2010 to October 24, 2010
6 DAY VISIT TO 2 YEAR SITE...We got back to the capital from Constanza on Saturday. The following Tuesday we left for 6 days. Most people packed all of their stuff and brought it to the training center Tuesday at 7 am that they were taking to their site. That involved each person calling a taxi for themself to fit all their stuff. I was ...
... purchase a return ticket, hopped on, and here's where the story goes astray. There was a tour guide on the shuttle........and as we headed for town, he warned us of how dangerous it was here and then offered a $5 walking tour of the best sights. Not knowing how dangerous it really was (remember I already had my iPhone stolen), It didn't sound so bad. The problem was he stopped the shuttle before we got to the ...
Other places to stay in Santo Domingo
Cd. Nueva, Santo Domingo | Hotelfrom $35