Aloha Sol Hotel
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... relationships with the friendly Grade 9 girls. Learning to teach involves asking a lot of questions, stumbling over Spanish, asking more questions, using my translate app to translate words to piece together to make a sentence. It involves thinking on the spot, translation errors, adapting plans. Learning to teach involves greeting kids, hugging and fist pounds. It involves giving and receiving lots of love!! Elizabeth ...
... I went back, followed an old lady with her two granddaughters out the side door towards the left, a little off the plaza. I got out!! I guess if I was to be locked in anywhere, being locked in a Church would be nice. We were in another Church this morning, the El Camino Church led by Fey, one of the leaders in the TEARS Center. As we have talked to Fey, we have gotten a sense of his passion for outreach in the community, gathering the Church ...
Today we spent the day in Santigo, a city about fourty five minutes from La Vega. We visited a meuseum and the monumento de Santiago. It was interesting to learn more about the history of this beautiful country. We also visited a local shopping area and picked up some suveners. We also got to eat at a local restraunt where they cooked delicious chicken and rice.
The museum showed us the cultural history that the people came from. However, we couldn't read ...
... ran a hair salon. She had an incredible success story and she was very proud of what she was accomplishing.
What we hope to do is to collect an inventory of the skills that different people in the community have. This is part of a practice known as Asset-Based Community Development. Rather than focusing on the negatives and needs of a community, we focus on what the community has, and build from there. For example, Diego the handyman mentioned that ...
... thinking anything that is stuck to us won't live long in a Midwestern winter climate, but we will all be a little itchy til we get home. (And I might go through a car wash without my car just to be safe...) It was the last day for our project work and the last day in the barrio. May I just say, you ain't seen "old school" construction until you have seen Iglesias de Carmelita, La Vega. (Photos included so you will believe me.) ...