Aligio Beach Resort Hotel Samana
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... up a mirror to my face. This was a bit oft-putting for me, and I immediately retreated from such aggressive salemanship. The other item I liked was a medium sized, brightly colored, handmade, green wooden parrot that I thought would like awesome hanging in my kitchen. At first the man wanted $30, which was way too much, no matter the fact that I only had $15 in cash left on me anyway. So I kindly declined and continued to head back to ...
... She didn’t want him to fall. He showed me around his tiny house, told me it used to be a colmado, and some stories of his past in Guasumita.
NIGHT (Wednesday 13/04/2011): That day I stayed outside his house with people until 5pm. Most people were gone by then. A few hours later some friends came to get me and go back to his house. A tarp had been set up as a roof outside his house, candles were lit outside, tables had been set ...
... been spelled differently. If you go by the welcome sign it's GUASUMITA, but no one in Guasumita can even spell it.
-Christmas: Romeo Massey is having a Christmas party for volunteers December 18th at his house in the capital (Santo Domingo). That's probably the next time I'll be on the computer. his has it early because for the 58 of us who will still be living with host families he knows they want to spend it with us. The night of Christmas Eve ...
... and rainbows with a complete view of the “cool” thing. On their way out of the room its important for them to say to your group, “For ten more dollars this could have been you.”
I wouldn’t have changed a thing. Although the rough seas and all the water made it impossible to keep the camera out and so of the half dozen of whales that we did get to see went unphotographed.
Afterwards we were taken to Cayo Levantado, a ...
... common to most. But, as the Dominican Republic deals with growing pains of a swelling population, changing economy, and movement away from agriculture and jobs working with one's hands, I believe it is important to reinforce and model these important skills of self-sufficiency and good nutrition. All in all, I feel like my work here is valuable and that there is potential to make small difference in someone's life. I am ...