Coop Marena Beach Resort
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... dissertation research on documentation and the movement Reconocido with the fantastic help of Telemin. It has been extremely interesting to learn directly from those living here about the issues which they have to deal with on a daily basis. That said, I am really looking forward to travelling, being a tourist and not having to worry about work or anything uni-related! I have 6 weeks of travels planned starting tomorrow when I go to the familiar Bayahibe. Muchas gracias 180 ...
... so it would be good publicity for the charity and issue in general.I finished and send the article off today (with the help of Dad to send it due to the slow internet here!)The charity will also publish it on their website! They have asked me to translate it into Spanish, although I think this may be a bit of a challenge. I'm going to try but not sure how it'll go!
... we had a chance to speak with the doctor, and she and Ian solidified the general plan for when he returns in November.
We also hit some other highlights in Consuelo, including the Casa de la Cultura, where the Rotary meetings are held, and the old sugar cane factory that has been closed for 2 years, and where the workers still line up daily hoping for someone from the company to come and pay them their wages. As you can see, everything ...
... as they receive aid often from various Canadian school groups that come here, from various organizations, etc. Instead, I decided that I wanted to travel to more remote bateyes that are too far away from any towns and that don't receive any aid during the year. However, getting to these bateyes has been a bit of a problem, as we have had to wait for the daily rains to stop so that the very sketchy roads ...
... running to them). Consuelo itself loses the power at least twice a day, for 5 or 6 hours at a time, so the reliability of the power in the bateyes is significantly less than in Consuelo. Considering that it starts to get dark at 6 in the evening, this rules out the possibility of studying or doing any work in the evenings. Secondly, the students' home life in the bateyes is very different from students who live in towns and cities. Once they ...