Camp David Ranch Hotel and Restaurant
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and I am very grateful for Rob’s hand in giving us the chance.
After lunch, we commenced what will be an ongoing project that will continue until the end of the stay here. We began the process of mapping the Barrio’s assets. We did this by breaking into small groups, each with a translator, and going to meet with different small-business people in the community. We asked them questions, such as What service does your business provide, how did ...
... general of the DR and his security entail, so were made to feel secure. That night we stayed in the Hotel Aloha in the city, but i did not sleep well on account of Julio's snoring.
The next day we drove down to Jarabacoa, and enjoyed lunch with some of Freddy's. we were meant to stay the night there, but sadly had to leave early due to the death of one of Freddy's friends. On the Sunday, I went to Juan Dolio with Luis and his family, so did not feel too ********e ...
... 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.) ...
We started our construction work today, and while it was tremendous from a group perspective, my self confidence was dealt severe blows today. Let me start by saying that nobody looks at me and thinks, "Wow. That girl was born for manual labor. Give her a sledgehammer and turn her loose." But I'm not afraid of hard work, and I'm pretty coach-able. (Although supervision is probably a good idea :) When we arrived this morning they were ready for us to work. Our crew ...
... It is fairly common, however, for darker skinned Dominicans to be a little bit "in denial" of their African descent. Almost all women get their hair straightened and would probably be mistaken for Haitians if they did not. I personally can't tell until someone speaks; if they are speaking French/Creole they are Haitian. In this way, I think that there tends to be more classism than racism. If someone is dressed in nice clothes ...