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Travel Blogs from Puerto Plata
... lessons came to life for me. As we were riding in the back of a pick-up truck, driving at what
felt like an extreme rate of speed, especially for the one lane winding four-wheel
path that was considered to be a road, I realized that all I could do is pray
and enjoy the scenery. And as we were riding down a very steep and rocky
incline on our horses, again, all I could do is pray and trust that God and the
horse knew what they were doing. Then while at ...
... has been stopping you from doing something is the best feeling I know.
So after my first dive I spent the rest of the time diving and just enjoying God's beautiful creation with my family! And believe it or not, Lauren and I were the two who wanted to stay longer. We had to have the boards back by 3:30 so we had to go. On the way back I thanked my mom for helping me overcome my fear and just for taking us to paddle board and snorkel.
... was very nice, but frankly the place was a dump. Now, I did not expect fancy, but I kid you not, the lights in the place made you feel like you were waiting for the cop to step in the room to start the interrogation. And
that was just the lights that worked! That doesn't count the two lamps that
were broken or the third lamp that could not be used because the only outlet in
the bedroom was falling out of the wall and would not hold the plug. ...
... tight to something that in the end, did
not belong to them and they would have to give it back shortly anyways. In the
same way, all that I hold tight to, is temporary and one day, it will all be
Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys, and where thieves do not break in or steal. Matthew ...
This weekend we got the opportunity to go on an optional work weekend in the countryside. Community Service was one of the reasons I came to the Dominican Republic so I was eager to sign up for the trip to the nearby town of La Solapa. I was a little nervous because I knew we would be staying in very "humble" homes and I had no idea what kind of work we would be doing. We ended up working with Peace Corps volunteers to create a water aqueduct that would be a CLEAN ...