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... hug this little girl with all her might as a final goodbye brought tears to my eyes. I cannot even put into words the pride and joy that I felt at that moment, but I'm so thankful to have witnessed it.
We walked to el camiente one last time for a fish fry. It looked like fish had come straight from the river and into the fryer, and those who had it loved it. I got a special bacon like side dish with beans and rice.
We went back to the hotel to cool off for an ...
... that we made the most of all the time we had.
At the I was introduced to Aline's mad skills in the area of bartering. All of the vendors wanted me to direct the group to shop there wares. We were approached by vendors with hats, jewelry, fresh fruit, massage, cigars, braiding skills, and henna. The kids were not really interested in shopping, but Aline felt like bartering just for fun. This girls a natural, I'm bringing her with me to ...
... of their starting price.
After shopping we had dinner at the hotel, and threw a quincianos party for Kayley
The teachers insisted on giving her the maximum interpretation on the Dominican tradition of splashing water in the face of the birthday girl-- they decided to surprise her with a toss in the pool. They pulled her aside with an apology for ...
After leaving the house at 3am, connecting through Newark, and breezing through customs we were greeted with bottles of ice cold water at the POP airport. The Dream guides, Otto and John oriented us, fed us ( fried chicken, vegetables, and coca cola), and gave us an afternoon to relax at our small private pool. All 18 of us were in as soon as we could find our suits, as this is the ...
It is pretty common for people living or visiting the global South and less "economically developed nations" to get a sense of appreciation for what they have. I imagine this is even more common among people who do volunteer work on their visits. Before coming here, I was told by people, especially those from other Caribbean countries, that the Dominican Republic "has it rough".When I arrived, I was surprised to see the level of infrastructure. That is not to stay that the ...