Fior di Loto Hotel
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... interested in playing soccer in the street/alley. However they had to come back onto the school grounds because their ball kept going under a barbed wire fence and the property owner didn't appreciate them climbed over to get it. We ate lunch at the El Comino school and did some teaching of crafts and scoring of soccer there in the afternoon. It's hard to believe that after this we only have 3 more days of teaching. I feel as though we have really gotten to be part of the ...
Today was more of a brainstorming day, as we met several times to discuss and piece together our findings thus far. One key idea that we focused on was the notion of collective impact. Collective impact is essentially the concept that individual organizations working to achieve the same goal work together best when united. The organizations do not have to believe the same things, or even directly work together, but essential to the process is ...
... a house for an elderly man whose house was falling apart. We have also gotten a sense of his passion for unity among the Churches. Churches can be territorial, claiming members, parts of the community. However, Fey spoke today about how Jesus prayed that we would be one just as He and the Father are one. Then how beautiful it will be if the community sees the different Churches working together as one, serving the community in outreach as ...
... shower for dinner: coffee break: have dinner: drinks and cards: sleep: repeat. It was wonderful. We threw some kayaking in there along with losing room keys in the ocean, changing all (6) of our names to "princesa" and trying to crash wedding parties. It's yet another checkmark on our beautifully growing list of completed adventures. Less sleeping, more doing. I've been busy back home though packing up my life so I can bring it overseas with me. I sent a suitcase with ...
15th and no whale watching excursions begin before that date.
The north coast has a wetter climate and lusher vegetation
than the southern part of the D.R. or interior valleys in the rain shadow of
mountain ranges. So for four days the weather would alternate through the day between
hot humid sunshine and short torrential downpours even though the winter months
are considered the dry season. That said, though, I generally found the ...