Courtyard Santo Domingo
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... us until the middle of the afternoon to get everything fixed again. We took a break for lunch and hung out for a while and talked. The one hard part of this trip is not speaking English. I find there are long periods where I just don't say anything because I can't contribute in a language I don't speak or understand. Once everything ...
We flew out on a 5:45AM flight Sunday morning to Santo Domingo. We got in, converted some money to get pesos, and took a cab to the Hostel.
The hostel was alright, Stephanie and I were in a girls dorm, and we had to climb up a bamboo latter to get to our loft style beds. It was like we were living in a tree house. Steven had the same set up in his ...
... not us coming in to help an unfortunate people.So much in my life is controlled and comfortable, it was exhilarating to be able to step into a world that seemed so different and to go through a period of uncomfortability to get to a place where you feel almost like part of a ...
... our time chilling and soaking up the atmosphere.
More chillin followed once, Liz headed for home.
Wandered the streets of the old town, met a lovely couple from Vancouver and popped back to see Laura at the dog rescue. Even risked a chinese in a back street restaurant.... that was a mistake!
... include them in my projects. So they were invited to English classes. I was offering the class to people 14 years old and up, who could read and right. Pretty much everyone has difficulty reading Spanish no matter what their age, but people under 14 are still learning to read/write. I knew pretty well the people under 14 that could read/write and told them they were invited to the class. The reunion the 16th was to figure out what days/times people wanted class.