Hotel Celuisma Cabarete
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So I'm a little behind on my posts...but as most of you know, I'm coming home in 2 days!! So in honor of this, I'm going to do two posts today: Things I will miss/Things I will not miss.
THINGS I WILL MISS!
- Having the housekeeper bring me juice when I am home in the afternoon
- My host family and especially watching Tangled and Pocahontas in Spanish with my 3 year old mini me
- Being able to take a two hour bus ride and ...
... at this time, she was granted permission by Trujillo personally. When graduation came, the dictator would not give her a degree claiming that he promised she could study law, not necessarily practice it.
Eventually all four sisters were married and became involved in the anti-Trujillo movement. Their underground name was "Las Mariposas" (the butterflies). Two of the women were jailed and tortured and 3 of ...
This post is dedicated to food! Midday lunch is the largest meal of the day here with a smaller breakfast and dinner served as well. Here's a typical day of food:
- Breakfast- Any combination of freshly made juice, toast with jam or ham and cheese, cornflakes (a general term for all kinds of cereal), saltine crackers, and fruit
- Lunch- Rice, beans, meat and ...
... Armed with a map, compass, and
GPS, we set out across the pasture.
The hike was like something out of a dream. While there was no persistent
trail, we picked up and lost little tracks through the gr************* way
through. We forded the river at a place where it was about knee deep and
came over a heavily forested rise into rivine carved by a smaller,
secondary waterway. From there it was about a hundred yards straight ...
On the agenda:
Work at Monteya's house in the morning.
Worship with Raphael's church in the afternoon.