Hodelpa Garden Court

Address: Autopista Duarte Km 9, Santiago, Dominican Republic | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Autopista Duarte Km 9, 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

      ... your business, have you ever benefited from bank or microcredit loans, what is the biggest success of your business, what dreams do you have for you and your family, etc. The two people that I met with were both very excited about what they were doing and what they accomplished.

      The first man was a handyman that did odd repair jobs for people in the barrio. He loved his community and the people he served. The second was a young single mother with three ...

      Sunday morning

      A travel blog entry by mpc963dr on Jun 02, 2013

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      The electricity was off most of the evening but the kids had a great time sharing American music with the neighboring children. They made a Harlem shake video with the locals. We return to the first village that we visited and I personally was overcome with emotional to pull up and see everyone at the church waiting for us. Because of the downpour last night the roads (paths) were too muddy so we played in the ...

      New Kids on the Cinderblock

      A travel blog entry by kailuabeth on Feb 09, 2013

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      ... construction project has been a mix of a few resources, a hard working team, and a whole lot of imagination. We are leaving with the project not completed, but well on its way...we did the parts that we were expected to do. Today was "Mud buckets and Cinderblocks" day. We only had two buckets that were in continuous rotation between the street and the roof. And I believe we had the great fortune of carrying one huge stack ...

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

      A travel blog entry by kailuabeth on Feb 05, 2013

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      ... with remarkable people....the guys are all extremely handy and experienced with this kind of work, and the gals built scaffolding like they had been doing it for years. (Yes...we started by building our own scaffolding.) So I just jumped right in with a hammer and a pry bar and started doing my thing. Just when I would hit my stride, the lovely local guys would approach me, smiling...then nod and take my tools away. No lie. I think I was identified as the "weakest ...

      Reponse: Dominican/Haitian Relations

      A travel blog entry by stephbrand on Sep 20, 2012

      1 comment

      ... straightened hair it is usually assumed that she is Dominican.

      On the other hand, at bars and such, white people are typically served first and there are definitely some clubs that are racist. Some of the lightest skinned Dominicans I have seen are at the University (obviously coming from wealthier families), so I guess that is saying something. but there are also a ton of Haitian exchange students and I ...