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The owner of the hotel in Bayahibe was great and offered me a lift to Romana so I could get the bus to Santo Domingo.I felt a bit sad to be leaving the South-East and Romana as it's been my home for the past 5 months or so, but looking forward to discovering new places in the Dominican Republic.
I managed to get to the apartment in Santo Domingo without any problems. I'll be staying in a room which is rented out by a Dominican couple. I was greeted by Luz who offered my ...
... the streets. It is not because they do not want to pursue their education in their free time, but rather they have no outlet for education. The students that are in high school or the university have gotten farther in school than most of their peers, but with the distractions the their daily life and being in their house studying they would give up their studies. They want to do their homework, but with no ...
... on about a daily basis at my house... I just recently found out why though- the city allocates a certain amount of water and power based upon how many people pay for it. There would be ample amounts of both, except for the fact that thousands of people don't pay these bills- so that creates shortages for everyone. It's something along those lines, and again, another aspect of life I'm going to chalk up to cultural ...
... and soccer with the younger kids got me some credit with the older kids (20 and up). The end of Nov I decided to incorporate work into my schedule. I wanted to get a set list of 3 Guasumita baseball teams of 7-12 yr olds, 13-15 yr olds, and 16-25 yr olds. Each team would have about 20 people in case someone couldn't play when there was a game. I wanted the set teams so I wouldn't be trying to round up anyone that could play. I could just write the team ...
Greetings once again from la Republica Dominicana! Tomorrow marks my last day of classes in Santo Domingo before heading off to "el campo" (the country) to start my work with World Vision. I'm leaving Santo Domingo with mixed emotions: I'm happy to be starting my assignment, but I'm sad to be leaving the friends I've made here in Santo Domingo. I've really enjoyed the time with the CSA staff at the office and I'll definitely miss seeing them on ...