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... historic core since some streets and
squares have a very museum like look of complete perfection with freshly
painted facades and buried power lines, while other parts are literal works in
progress with streets dug up to bury power lines and be repaved with more
atmospheric pavers and lots of work going to prettify the elevations to make it
look like the prefect colonial town cruise ship passengers want to see.
... 0px; padding-bottom: 0px; padding-left: 0px; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 0px; margin-left: 0px; line-height: 1.6em; ">I have learned again, but more significantly, what living with very little looks like, but how adaptable humans are without much material ...
... are discussing the upcoming elections, and the exchange is spirited, to say the least. Fortunately for us their rum and cokes are soon finished and the group departs, leaving us in peace.
The mofongo is excellent, although Miryam and Margarita prefer the goat stew, which is also delicious. Refreshed with Presidente and Bohemia, we continue our stroll. Lo and behold the second hawker is still outside determined to now ...
... kids and then do it in the school a lot of them attend in Don Juan. I wanted to bring a girl to have a boy/girl team, but I asked 5 different girls if they could go and every mom said no.
DIVING INTO WORK: Coming back from the Deportes Para La Vida training my workload began to pile up. We got back at 5pm, I set my stuff in my house, and walked around so everyone could see I was back. I ran into the school director and he asked if i coudl give English classes ...
... It all went remarkably well, and Lo got a real taste of public transport DR style (hey it was $5 instead of the $50 a cab would have cost). 2 hours later, we got to the hotel- I booked her in the "garden building," aka older/cheaper section of one of the nicest hotels in the city- also right across from my house. This time her window overlooked a school yard. This brings us to Wednesday- I finally went to my classes, and Lo got to meet everybody. We started out ...