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Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo
... all in my money belt. I did encounter a few shifty characters on my way to restaurants a few blocks away from my hotel.
“Meesta, where you from?”
“I from Haiti. You want girls?”
“What? Why you now want girls? You no like girls? You gay? You gay!”
Obviously no hetero man could possibly resist the temptation of Hispaniolan hookers.
I spent Sunday ...
Having got off to a slightly shakey start, things have gone from strength to strength. The night shift of Thursday was a little pointless, due to the fact that I struggle with Spanish when well rested, I could barely say a word at 2am. However, I did manage to catch an hour or two of sleep to restore my language skills, and save some dignity!
on Saturday, ...
... at our 3 nights of Emmaus conferences in Santo Domingo. They sold many Emmaus courses as well as a set to elders taking them for classes in their assemblies.
Many expressed willingness and intention of helping with the promotion and organization of the courses on a local basis. From desire to reality will take some time and a process as always, especially in an enthusiastic, Latin culture.
... to use the land; it was given to me withouth having to write a letter or pay. A construction worker took the first chance he had to help me write a list of all the materials that need to be bought and as soon as he could we went to the hardware store. He knew which hardware store we would get the best materials at a good price. We wrote a list of how much each material would cose. The next phase will be ...
... swollen and I felt so funny trying to open my eye. I was glad I had showered and packed the night before, so I got dressed in my red anthropologie dress and went to the kitchenette for breakfast of prepared milk (powdered milk mixed with water), the equivalent of honey nut cheerios, and a Biz ochito that Bettye had for us. It was the smallest communal kitchen I had ever used. But, it had the necessities, so all was copacetic. I then went downstairs and bought some stuff for ...
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Cd. Nueva, Santo Domingo | Hotelfrom $35