Bahia Estela

Las Terrenas, Samaná Peninsula, Dominican Republic | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Samaná Peninsula

Work Day #2

A travel blog entry by collide2014

... games ended out the night. Up early on Tuesday to begin day 2 of our work. Back to painting we went. Today seemed much hotter than Monday. Many Frogtogs came out and we are quite thankful for that invention. I'm personally thankful for Tina Gable who told me to get one. I am very glad I did!! For VBS today, we traveled to a town called Castillo. Here we were greeted by 90 children and 14 teens. They enjoyed ...

Work Day #1

A travel blog entry by collide2014

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Good morning. Getting ready for a full day of work and vbs. Pray everyone drinks their water, stays healthy and stays on task. We have a lot to accomplish today. Please pray that we remain sensitive to God's plan for each of is, for the church and for the lives that will be impacted throughout the ...

A Day of Sand, Sun and Fellowship

A travel blog entry by collide2014

... sang 10,000 Reasons for the church in El Factor. After Pastor Beck translated the song, they said Amen. I don't think they understood the song until he did ... language barrier. :) Tomorrow begins all the hard work ... No more play for this group. Well, we'll play while we work! Please pray for a lot of work to be completed, for children to hear the message during VBS, and for relationships to continue becoming ...

Go Galeras

A travel blog entry by straykat6

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... music never stops and there is almost no formal seating for free. But it was fun!

I spent the rest of the week doing more of the same, abandoning the Las Terrenas idea. The mood of Las Galeras was so chill and the thought of another four hours of transfers was deterring me. So I moved to the property next door and spent another three nights there. The property next door, Los Coloniales, was owned by a 68 year old French man with ...

Samana, Dominican Republic

A travel blog entry by buddyp

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... we have in the developed nations.

Our next stop was at the Taino Park. This is a tourist attraction developed by international donors, to help assist the local economy. It is a history of the original people to settle in this area, the Taino. They sailed here in dugout canoes, from Venezuela. They were nuts, but they did it. They were a peaceful people who brought agriculture and developed many communities in this area. The museum depicted their life in ...

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