Dominican Fiesta Hotel & Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... was no reason for me to ride it.
I made a beeline for the Gazcue neighborhood within walking distance of the Zona Colonial, where it was reported that there are many small reasonably-priced hotels on quiet side streets. I picked one and nearly fell over with joy when I was quoted a price of 900 pesos/night for a basic room with fan. That’s about $21 USD and the least I paid anywhere in the Dominican Republic. I suddenly didn’t feel so bad about that mordida I had ...
... to the beach to see some of freddy's friends who live in the most incredible house. The weather was so so, but this was the start of about 24 hours of constant eating and drinking. Having been offered a beer at about 11am en route to the beach, I knew the kind of weekend I was letting myself in for.
Saturday night was a music festival in the old town, with ...
Sooo...I know it's been awhile since my last blog. I was figuring out my life.
I finally figured it out...
Dec/Jan/Feb: filling out grad. school applications
-Find 11 mattresses to borrow for a week
-Find 11 mosquito nets to borrow for a week
-Find 2 fans to borrow for a week
-Put electricity in the library
-Take a family for the weekend to a Peace Corps ...
... missionaries got older, their ministries diversified, and the emphasis on Emmaus diminished. Maybe the Assembly constituency was somewhat saturated, or there was no vision to reach other church groups, nationals were not trained and equipped to take over a work that had always been subsidized, and consequently Emmaus all but died when the missionaries retired.
There was high interest in ...
... Bettye had set out some egg salad sandwiches with fresh dill and some iced sweet tea. She has this room with lots of local art for sale. I looked at a lot of unique pieces of painted metal, a nativity scene with the manger out of a coconut shell and husk, framed mirrors, all sorts of paintings, some random Louis Vuitton and Gucchi purse key chains, and sculptures. The paintings were 50% off, so that was nice. We ate then we set out to look at the local markets. We passed the ...