Camp David Ranch Hotel and Restaurant

Address: Carretera Luperon Km 7 1/2, Santiago, Dominican Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Carretera Luperon Km 7 1/2, Santiago, is near Salto de Jimenoa.
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      The Business Side of Things

      A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 02, 2014

      5 comments

      ... 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 ...

      Northern Trip

      A travel blog entry by harrywalker on Jul 14, 2013

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      ... 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 ...

      New Kids on the Cinderblock

      A travel blog entry by kailuabeth on Feb 09, 2013

      6 photos

      ... want to play, they often pitch in to help with our work, and they love, love, love to be hugged. We will all miss their energy and joy. The living conditions for many in the barrio are horrible, but it is not a depressing place. There is a lot of laughter and a sense of hope, and that is the memory I am going to carry with me. We came to this project to serve their church and community...I am leaving La Vega with a sense that I ...

      If I had a hammer...it wouldn't last long

      A travel blog entry by kailuabeth on Feb 05, 2013

      4 photos

      ... name that animal"...which meant that we made a lot of silly noises and the kids yelled out words in Spanish. (We somehow got penguin and snake out of them...be impressed. And the word for mosquito is mosquito...I am fluent with insects in Spanish! :) After lunch, it was time to head back in for construction, and I would like to give a shout out to my new best friend and construction mentor, Scott, who taught me proper technique for using a pry bar. I then teamed up ...

      Reponse: Dominican/Haitian Relations

      A travel blog entry by stephbrand on Sep 20, 2012

      1 comment

      ... 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 ...