Travel Blogs from Cabarete
So I'm a little behind on my posts...but as most of you know, I'm coming home in 2 days!! So in honor of this, I'm going to do two posts today: Things I will miss/Things I will not miss.
THINGS I WILL MISS!
- Having the housekeeper bring me juice when I am home in the afternoon
- My host family and especially watching Tangled and Pocahontas in Spanish with my 3 year old mini me
- Being able to take a two hour bus ride and ...
... were jailed as well. The made tremendous sacrifices: leaving their children, risking their lives, and creating a target on the whole family.
Eventually, the sisters were well-known and beloved by many around the island. The sisters did not cease their persistence in fighting the dictatorship after several imprisonments and three of the sisters were eventually assassinated by two of Trujillo's men. The ...
... cabbage salad
- Dinner- Some form of plantains, yuca, fried cheese, fried salami, eggs, mashed potatoes, rice pudding, or a sandwich
... where Flavia gave everyone a lesson in lifeguarding and water safety. That
evening, we had "Patrulla con Ritmo" (Troop with Rhythm) where each troop
got up and gave musical performances they had planned and practiced. Right
as it was beginning, I took a call from Sabine that wound up lasting about
an hour and a half. Luckily, there was a four-way tie and I arrived just in
time to watch all four finalists give encore performances so the ...
... Adrift" by
Richard Arum and Josipa Roksa, which offers research that supports the
thesis that completion of college is proving ever less sufficient as a
measure of having progressed intellectually. While he does not hasten to
agree, Menand does engage in a more fine-grained analysis of Arum and
Roksa's findings, and he points out some interesting distinctions. Of
particular interest to me was the comparison between students who major ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center