Aloha Sol Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of white t-shirts, tanks, sweatpants and the like all waiting to be assembled. Workers all had their own station and worked to fulfill their quota and pass it on to the next person. I felt like I was in an episode of How It’s Made. After we left, we went to the largest factory in the zone for our next meeting and tour.
Our next tour was at Five Star Enterprises. This is a factory that is contracted by the boot and shoe company called Rocky shoes. ...
... and national progress. With the progress the school has seen, I can only imagine that it will continue to grow, and therefore influence increasing amounts of children in the surrounding community. I am impressed by the intentionality TEARS has put toward relying less on out-of-country funding, and am curious as to how this vision could be implemented in many other development projects around the globe. Although Western funding is evidently worth utilizing, it is not beneficial as ...
Having been invited by Freddy up to Santiago for the performance of his play 'A Veces Grito', I would have been stupid to turn it down. I caught a lift up with Alex and Go, a couple who work in the American Embassy, and arrived with a few minutes to spare so were forced to drink a Brugal at the desire of Freddy.
That evening we watched the play, and then journeyed an hour away to a house, constructed by the owner in 3 years, to have a party. We were joined by ...
... Bieber. I am making a concerted effort to learn as many names as I can and always address them by using it...that is just a small gesture to remind them that I know exactly who they are and I am so very happy to see them. They are worth the investment. :) Every day in the barrio, there are children flying kites. You can't believe how many, and you can't believe how high some of them go. Those kites are a fitting metaphor for the barrio. When I watch them, I ...
... have looked down upon Haitians and dark skin. We had a group discussion about racial tensions during orientation week and it was really interesting to learn about the mentality here. Basically, the idea of race doesn't exist here. Dominicans are a mix of Spanish, African, and Taino (native people of the island) heritage. This essentially means some may have very light skin, and some may have very dark skin; but all are ...