Hotel Camp Davis Ranch

Carretera Luperón-Gurabo, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carretera Luperón-Gurabo, Santo Domingo.
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Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo

A travel blog entry by frawldog on May 06, 2012

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... kids would come up and say hi, then literally mug me. They would act like they wanted to shake my hand, then drop down in front of me to try and shine my shoes. The only way to stop it was to trip on them or fall to the side. They would get down so quick, you would have to either stop or trip on them or fall. It was a bit annoying several times because they start out with the same line ...

More Pictures, Less Words

A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Apr 12, 2012

3 comments, 12 photos

... and have more power. The younger boys have more enthusiasum so I wanted to keep working with them on something that only they could be invited to (science course) while I figured out the baseball stuff.

*Organizing for a group of 21 to come in June to do a basketball in a community nearby

*Applying to take 2 boys from my community to a 5-day Peace Corps boys' camp at the end of June. The same camp I took 2 boys to last ...

The good and the bad of a relaxed lifestyle

A travel blog entry by viajerisima on Mar 24, 2011

... I went there to check it out with hector, one of the CIEE coordinators, earlier this week. One of the directors, Ana, is from Spain, and I really liked her. I set up Thursdays at 11 as the time I could come to work with the business coordinator.... Then today at 10:50 I got a text from Ana saying the business coordinator hadn't shown up, and I might as well stay home. Of course I didn't get this message until AFTER I showed up at the ...

Work can begin!

A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Feb 11, 2011

18 photos

... We went 1st, talked about Guazumita, and answered questions in Spanish. Every time I saw him I thanked him for coming with me to do the presentation because I knew he didn't like presenting in front of people.

CAME HOME TO NO WATER: I came back to Guazumita Feb. 5th to find out the pump for water broke. I realized how much I love living right by the river. Everyday people were bathing and washing clothes/dishes in the ...

Living it up

A travel blog entry by viajerisima on Jan 11, 2011

1 comment

... our towels, cameras and rum, and set off on our mini-roadtrip. It was sooo much fun. On the way home- we got pulled over again, this time for taking a turn on a red light. Somehow the guys managed to talk their way out of it- even though the driver didn't have his license nor registration for the car. The story was something along the lines of, we're all Americans, only one of us even speaks Spanish, (Jose really does go to school in Michigan, ...

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