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... within communities such as this one. From a development perspective I found this type of research to be incredibly challenging to interpret because it presented very difficult results. When asked about dreams for their community, the individuals would say that they would like to have better streets, a police station, a playground, running water, etc. However they would also explain that they appreciate living in the barrio because it ...
... Arrive at Dominca School and Orphanage
July 14 Saturday
7:00 AM, LaUrena, Breakfast and Devotion
8-12, LaUrena, Construction on the School
12:30-1:30, LaUrena, Lunch
2-5, LaUrena, Construction on the School
6:00 PM, LaUrena, Dinner and Devotion
July 15 Sunday
8:00 AM, LaUrena, Breakfast
10:00 AM, LaUrena, Church service at the Orphanage lead by a team member; children sing for us
12:00-1:00, LaUrena, Lunch
... wit various drills in the morning, and then there was a game in the afternoon against another local youth team. I was invited to come, of course, and Nicole did go to see the game, and to talk to my boys and see what was going on. There were many Americans there, all with high-tech equipment to measure speed of balls, cameras, etc. The stands were packed, and Nicole and I were lucky to find the last empty spot available! The event was held ...
... we were quite excited to take a picture of our Dominican lemon drop experience!
After dinner, we wandered along "el Conde," which is a pedestrian-only street, and had a few drinks outside at one of the bars...we walked along to check out the Hard Rock Cafe, but it was very quiet, and decided to go check out the Malecon - which is the street that runs along the water...in San Pedro it is a VERY happening and exciting place, but, as we sadly found out, it is not ...
... built in the Americas. We walked along Calle de las Damas and saw beautifully restored homes - like that of Hernan Cortes. We went into the Panteon Nacional - a former convent - where many members of the Dominican Order are buried. We headed back to the area around Plaza Colon (Columbus Plaza) where we attempted to have dinner. We sat outside - then it started to rain - so we went inside - but there wasn't ...