Holiday Inn Santo Domingo
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Today was my relaxing day. I am just on the crew ship enjoying the nice view of the Dominican. In the distance you can see the tallest point of the Dominican, Pico Duarte, that reaches up 3,098 meters in the air. It is part of the Northern Mountain Range. It is such a nice ...
... talks, nutrition talks, campfire songs, alkaselzer tag, movies, and letting 42 boys together when it was pouring rain the last night...and we didn't get to make s'mores :(
*I got back and slept for 14 hours.
MEDICAL MISSION: 2 kids in my site want to go get operations done. Peace Corp helps groups/universities that come from the states. We help them be translators while they do their doctor stuff in different communities. I'm ...
... a man who sells Popsicles in the street came up behind me and was harassing us, which is per usual, but he was really close to me.... The next thing I know, I'm getting on the bus, the front pocket of my backpack is open, and my ****** little track phone is gone. Goodbye Dominican phone numbero dos! (I have since had my number reformatted on another chip) Last night was fun, we went to chili's for drinks to celebrate one of ...
Monday, as I said, was a holiday. So, regardless of the fact that we had been celebrating all weekend, it was only right that we do something special on the actual day as well. The guys took us 4 girls (Kati, Nina, Christine and I) to what by u.s. standards would be a cabin- except this was on a river. It was sooo beautiful. We ate, swam, drank. Pretty typical, but always entertaining. Again the week progressed pretty typically- I saw a Dominican movie, "lotoman," and it was great, had ...
... and many of them had white dresses that were just like the bride's dress. We walked behind the broken-down car the bride was in. After the ceremony people fought for plated of food and walked home. I changed and walked around with 1 of the girls in my neighborhood, Yame. She's 16 and was explaining to me what was going on during a fight. One of the older guys I know was yelling at some lady. She was telling him about someone that had been hanged nearby. ...