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... getaways for the future. We hit the buffet since we hadn’t eaten since 5am and found the "snack" option to be the only thing open at the time. Most of it was not worth eating and we thought that perhaps the all-inclusive package was going to mean we need to consider alternative food options. To our pleasant surprise, dinner was quite nice with lots of good choices for food. I guess the "snack" option is meant to encourage you to wait for dinner.
... out every kink and every memory of the morning cockroaches. We
I laid on the beach with Jamie, swam in the clearest ocean water with the kids, and sucked the marrow from our last day.
We left with a happy sleepiness, headed back for a rest.
At 7, we headed back to Cabarete for dinner on the beach at an authentic Italian pizza place called Pomodoro. Dinner took way too long, but we ate giant pizzas and watched the sun set on the beach, so who can ...
... We were able to leave on a relatively calm day so it made the first night passage palable. The next morning woke up to the pounding of the hull. We’ve been fighting the prevailing easterly winds for over a month but it doesn’t make it any more pleasurable. To add to the open wound, we were heading into the Mona passage which is considered to be a tough path to get to Puerto Rico and the Virgin islands. If we had chosen to go down ...
... that they are working towards. Stephanie Is studying medicine, Victor is studying civil engineering, and Wiley would like to study economics and hopefully become a professional soccer player. When asked why they chose their specific studies they all said that they want to use their profession as a platform to help others in their community.
It was awesome to hear ...
... dreams and a massive heart. It has been such a blessing to get to know Obed. The relationship we have established with Obed is what this trip is all about. Obed, along with Rod and the TEARS gang, are already, and are going to be, ever-increasing avenues to change lives in the Dominican Republic. It has been so great to partake in the stories of these amazing people, and to hear of the transformational dreams that are beginning to take off.
- Amanda Pallone