Hotel & Restaurant El Quemaito
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... happened to them. I was given the position of judge which I relished, but it desintegrated into madness after an hour, and Laura's small teaching room was destroyed. Tyler was fertilising the front lawn with stomach contents and I was being the guy with the guitar at the party...oh dear!
The next day we were feeling short of self esteem, so went to bathe in the shortest river in the world/ the DR/ the Carribean (unsure) at ...
... years and now it's time to return home to my country that I know so well but will have to get to reaquainted with, yet again.
THANK YOU: Throughout these past two years I've had the immense support from all of you, friends and family, back home. By sending me packages, calling me on the phone, writing me emails and letters, reading this blog, and even getting on a plane and visiting me, so many people have shown me love from the ...
... even. Not just because I've lived a completely different lifestyle for the last two years but because for the first time in my life I don't have a plan. Yes I'm going back to live with Eric in Southern California, but I don't have a job, income, or financial security. My old group of friends is scattered throughout the states and yet again, I have to put myself into the unknown. Sure, we all have to do it, but I've been doing it a lot ...
... 8220;Does he think we hunt bears?”
Best “I-know-I’m-in-the-Peace-Co rps-now” moment: Finding a few spiders, lizards, centipedes, and even cangrejos in my bed. Or when my group and I were celebrating our one year anniversary of being in country at Juan Dolio and as we are frolicking in the ocean someone turns to the group and says, “Guys, it’s Monday morning and we’re still getting ...
... It doesn't matter that I've been meeting with my 3 youth groups over the course of my service, planning youth conferences, working with my artisan association, taking kids to camps, teaching countless classes, planting trees and doing beach cleanups...just to name a few things. Unfortunately, most Dominicans don't see the value in what I do; that something can be important and valid even if it's not tangible. It really hurt me to hear that ...