Courtyard Santo Domingo
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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I can't believe it was my last day here. I already miss everyone so much! Today was pretty uneventful honestly. I got in and went to devotions, then put on scrubs to fix one of the wifi nodes that was acting strange, and then I checked on everything. Took down all the old wifi nodes, and changed some network settings. I spent time with ...
... I originally set out to do this trip to cross it off my bucket list because I knew at some point in my four years Iwanted to do a service trip and give back in some way, but I’ve come away with so much more. This has been an experience that has taught me so much about myself ...
... the island of Hispanolia and the Americas in 1492. It is also home to the first cathedral in the Americas, the first monastery in the Americas AND the first fortress in the Americas. So THAT'S pretty cool. We were also lucky enough to have a local follow us along on our tour. Make sure to look for her in my pictures (hint: she has four legs and honey colored fur).
Nancy-thanks again for the goodies!
Kay-just got the b-day card you sent me!
BEFORE FEBRUARY ACTIVITIES: I've had time to get to know everyone and also become friends with people in Heide and Zach's communities so we've started to hang out more. So it's been baseball and trips to the river. Heidi and her friends invited me to the river to swim and cook one weekend. I was waiting to hear motorcycles pull up to my house, ...
... painting murals, etc. It's all part of international development I suppose, but it is hard when things don't go to plan, which frequently occurs. THE BEE: I went to my friend Dan's site along with another volunteer, Jonathon, to see his community and enjoy the fiesta that they had called Patronales, where they give thanks to their patron saint of the town (each community has one). We were able to see a lot of his agriculturally based ...