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... in the future they maybe wanted to move into the house. Apparently the future was 4 months after I had moved in. They were going to give me 10,000 pesos in Octobe and I was going to find another house. The gossip is that the lady is pregnant. She´s a nurse and bring in money, but supposedly she isn´t working so they might now have the money to give me in October. Keep your fingers crossed!
*Reading: I´m going to ask the ...
... old cathedral. Some local guys, evidently college-aged socialites,
chatted me up and offered me a sip of the strong liquor they were sharing.
A few drops of rain began to fall, and next thing I knew I was marooned
under a patio umbrella in front of Hard Rock Cafe, standing on a chair to
avoid soaking my shoes in the stream formed by the downpour that had
suddenly erupted from the sky. When it let up, my volunteer friends and ...
... have parents and were found alone, working as prostitutes in order to survive. Now these girls receive an education, warm meals, a bed to sleep in and, more than anything, a family where they can be loved. Adam's organization, Vision Trust (VT), seeks out locals who are already making a difference reaching out to these children. Once Vision Trust finds a project such as the safe-house mentioned above VT provides more support in order to see that ...
... br> My señora keeps telling me that her husband is very serious and good. I haven't talked to him much and doubt if I will... He's not like Gildo (mi padre en Espana) at all ;)
There are 8 of us from the program that live in the same apparent complex, so that really helps the fact that we should never walk alone.
And my room! It's so great! I will send pictures soon- I have a double bed, a dresser, double the closet space and double the floor space!! It's ...
REASON I'M ON THE COMPUTER: Many of the volunteers headed into the capital today and are meeting up at the Peace Corps office. I told my host mom I wanted to leave around 9 am. She had breakfast for me at 8:30 am, put the bucket of water in the shower at 9, and I got on a motorcycle to head to the Don Juan bus stop for the bus that goes to the capital at 9:40. Whatever time you say you want to do something, in the DR it'll always happen an hour later. ...