Aloha Sol Hotel

Address: Calle del Sol 150, Santiago, Dominican Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Calle del Sol 150, Santiago, is near Salto de Jimenoa.
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      The Business Side of Things

      A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 02, 2014

      5 comments

      ... your business, have you ever benefited from bank or microcredit loans, what is the biggest success of your business, what dreams do you have for you and your family, etc. The two people that I met with were both very excited about what they were doing and what they accomplished.

      The first man was a handyman that did odd repair jobs for people in the barrio. He loved his community and the people he served. The second was a young single mother with three ...

      Northern Trip

      A travel blog entry by harrywalker on Jul 14, 2013

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      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 ...

      New Kids on the Cinderblock

      A travel blog entry by kailuabeth on Feb 09, 2013

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      ... one by one, from the street into the church...and then we had the additional honor of unloading two more truckloads. (If you could have seen our faces when the second truck arrived....ugh....) It was exciting to see how far things progressed in a short amount of time. I hope that we can see photos of the finished project at some point! As with most days in the barrio, there were plenty of children waiting for us. ...

      If I had a hammer...it wouldn't last long

      A travel blog entry by kailuabeth on Feb 05, 2013

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      ... And they did not attempt to take Jackie or Christina's tools--props to them...this was not a gender issue!) In any event, as the roof was coming down, there were children running around while concrete was falling, so I scooped a couple up and headed outside for some bonding time. What gorgeous spirits reside in these people! They are so gracious and welcoming...the children were so tolerant of my inability to speak to them. Tracy and I played an impromptu ...

      Reponse: Dominican/Haitian Relations

      A travel blog entry by stephbrand on Sep 20, 2012

      1 comment

      ... 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 ...