BQ Santo Domingo by BQ Hotels
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... direction on the
waterfront. This way had a small beach, but it was very dirty. People played in the park and did beach volleyball. There was a musical festival going on that looked like it would be a good show, but it just started raining cats and dogs. It rained hard and I had to take a taxi back to my hotel. I was scared because we couldn't even see the road because it rained so hard. ...
*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 ...
... 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 ...
... before leaving for Africa was driving me crazy. I contacted an old buddy, Adam, from my Colorado days who works with orphans in the Dominican Republic. He invited me to stay with his family.
It just so happened that a group of dentists and their assistants were going to be down there around the same time as me. I would serve as a translator. What actually ended up happening was I played 'Rock, Paper, Scissors' with the children as they waited to be ...
Spain couldn't have ever prepared me for the culture shock of the DR. I would have literally died if I came here on crutches: either by slipping on some fruit peel in the street, dropping a crutch in one of the open sewers, or, most probably, I'd get hit by a car while crossing the street. This is all totally common here- which is very difficult for me. Looking at the sky, the trees, the sea, you feel like you're in paradise. But with the rundown buildings, ...