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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    Travel Blogs from Santiago

    Learning to Teach in the Dominican

    A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 12, 2015

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    ... to know more about my students and their families through the dialogue. In between, a little Grade 1 girl comes and gives me a hug whenever she sees me. Groups of students call out my name when they pass. I pound fists with a bunch of boys. I figure out what I am supposed to be doing in the afternoon. I sit with Grade 6 boys during recess and laugh as they try to figure out how to talk to me in Englishman. I continue ...

    Locked inside the Church!

    A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 03, 2015

    ... didn't realize that the doors were being closed and locked behind me. When I was ready to leave, I tried to open the doors and they wouldn't budge. Confused, I tried to move the bolts on the door, still no luck. Then a man, the door locker I guess, said something to me in Spanish, turned out the lights, and headed out a side door. I also went out the side door, and went towards the right which was where my group was, but the gates were ...

    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 02, 2015

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    ... and always willing to offer a "Hola" as you pass by. The people in the markets were also kind, informative and not pushy.

    We have also gotten to know our guides and learn more Spanish from them. It's encouraging to see their heart for the TEARS Ministry and how they enjoy serving. I look forward to hearing more of their stories.

    So far the Dominican has been full of colourful surprises and facinating history.

    Until next time

    Community Development & Education: 2 More Examples

    A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 01, 2014

    Thursday, May 1, 2014
    Our second day in the DR has truly been a mind opener. We were able to visit two different schools, with very different facilities. After breakfast we made our way to the big city of Santiago (population of approximately 2 million), where we spent and hour or so at a private Christian school. Located directly across the street from a barrio, it was no surprise to see a security ...

    New Kids on the Cinderblock

    A travel blog entry by kailuabeth on Feb 09, 2013

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    ... 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 ...