Antiguo Hotel Europa
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... we were not from there (Hello! Two blonde girls!) and so things were a bit more expensive for us. We ventured out of the city center a bit to look for the ocean, and found some local places that didn't try to take advantage of us as much. Much nicer people.
None of us really speak much Spanish, but most people were pretty good and understanding ...
... route back on Highway 4 through the interior, we pass by the towns of HigŁey, El Seibo and Hato Mayor, who’s most distinguished resident seems to be a gentleman by the name of Antonio *******o. The countryside is very attractive, lush farmland with a backdrop of green mountains. The road ...
... They also told the captain (an amazing youth that helped me so much with giving practice) that because she had only lived in Guasumita 2 years she couldn't be captain and needed to go back to where she lived because she didn't belong because no one respected her. They even told her husband they'd have problems if he didn't get his wife (the captain) to stop the girls from playing volleyball. She talked to me and told me she was going to ...
... so anxious and was tired of waiting 3 months. My mom said Jean was normally in on Tuesdays. I had my mom call and ask around 2. She called me to the house, told me he was there now. I grabbed my helmet, bad, and letter while she ran to find someone to give me a ride and we were gone in 5 min. We found Jean and he actually read the letter. While he was reading the letter I crossed my fingers and prayed he would sign/approve ...
... like these survive and excel.
Before heading to the airport, we stopped in at yet another project. This one is an Aids home for orphans. The hearts of these workers are large like that of Mother Theresa. They spend everyday with these children, living with them, bathing them, feeding them, and everything else in between while also raising families of their own.
God bless these precious children, God bless these dear workers, God bless Vision ...