BQ Santo Domingo by BQ Hotels
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... the island of Hispanolia and the Americas in 1492. It is also home to the first cathedral in the Americas, the first monastery in the Americas AND the first fortress in the Americas. So THAT'S pretty cool. We were also lucky enough to have a local follow us along on our tour. Make sure to look for her in my pictures (hint: she has four legs and honey colored fur).
*1st trip home since August 2010: December 13th 2011-December 27th!!!!!!
*Library: thanks to those who donated!! For anyone who hasn't read my last 2 blogs...please read...please donate. Only $1,460 to go!
*1 Year In-Service Conference
*Plans for Year 2
Volleyball (May 2011-October 2011)
The girls were ...
Days are really starting to fade into each other.... I think I've been in the sun for too long! Last Monday, kati's mom took us all out to lunch at Adrian's. It was great- the food, conversation, and sitting right on the sea. On Friday, Kati and I went to Blue Mall to see the Kings Speech. My sister had told me that it's the nicest, yet most expensive mall in santo Domingo, and she wasn't kidding..... I wouldn't shop at most of the stores, ...
... said the pump could be fixed anytime, but sometimes it took 3 months. Now my time is spent with everyone taking trips to the river or walking 5 minutes to milk cows. There's no reason for me to learn how to milk cows, but it gives me some chill time.
*News: water was fixed yesterday
HOME: I'm almost living in my own house! I was told by the owners of the hosue I want they would put the floor in January; there's still ...
... I went to bed early... A lot of the girls went out with some local guys ( Nina, a girl who's in my program, her best friend was here last semester and hung out with these guys a lot) and had a really good time.
Sunday we had a little excursion to a place called Boca de Nigua- where we saw some ruins of an old sugar refinery (there was a big slave rebellion there), a religious altar in a woman's home (she can communicate with the spirits- ...