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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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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 ...
... leadership within the community. Many youth have expressed interest in wanting to help supervise the library. It was decided, to keep the library organized, that it would not be open for everyone to enter. There would be a librarian (supervisor) that would volunteer their time to work at the library. They would be at the library to help people when they wanted to check out books and keep the library organized.
... 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 ...
... people will know someone's nickname and not their real name. Then ages are even harder to figure out because no one has any paper that says their birthday. The ages were guesstimated by a kid's size.
TUESDAY, DEC 7TH: I set Sunday at 8am for another baseballo game. My team of 11-15 yr old boys were headed to Antonci to play with Heidi's team. My plans for the day were to find each player's parents to make sure they could leave. They were all ...
... way (i.e. steaming or baking instead of frying or boiling). My fellow North Americans would recognize most foods at the market with the exception of a few: batatas, which translate as sweet potatoes but look nothing like any North American sweet potato I've ever seen; auyama, a green-shelled type of pumpkin; yucca, a root plant that looks like a long, kind of hairy potato; and several others that I can't remember the Domincan names for at ...