Hotel El Colibri

Calle Pedro Clisante 141, Sosua, Dominican Republic | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Calle Pedro Clisante 141, Sosua, is near Njoy tours.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel El Colibri Sosua

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    Travel Blogs from Sosua

    Our last day of service

    A travel blog entry by smitherland on Jun 27, 2014

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    ... I'm not used to. As a group all 90 of us walked up and down the neighborhood street making as much noise as possible. Banging on plastic bottles, screaming and cheering for our groups, los torros, las tigers, y los lions. When we made it back to the school we had cake, and Francesca came up and used her English Spanish mix to ask me to find the markers so that we could sign each others shirts. That girl is a natural born leader, and I love thinking about what she'd be up to ...

    It's Thursday and nobody's salty

    A travel blog entry by smitherland on Jun 26, 2014

    4 photos

    ... that and other important teenage vernacular from Aline and his other instructors (#swag, #tagsforlikes, #myB (that may be from the early 90's), #r/t (he doesn't actually understand that one yet))

    The heat is quite grueling to us ('you gringos sure drink a lot of water' was over heard), but there's rarely a complaint even while working.

    We've been outside or in open air classrooms from 9-3 each day ( with a 2 hour break to walk ...

    Cumpleanos de mi hija

    A travel blog entry by smitherland on Jun 25, 2014

    4 photos

    ... of their starting price.

    After shopping we had dinner at the hotel, and threw a quincianos party for Kayley

    The teachers insisted on giving her the maximum interpretation on the Dominican tradition of splashing water in the face of the birthday girl-- they decided to surprise her with a toss in the pool. They pulled her aside with an apology for ...

    Saying 'yes'

    A travel blog entry by mollohan on Mar 13, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... died, his twin brother was taken to the United States by a family (still don't have the details on that one) and he was living on the streets. He followed this up with the statement, "But God loves me." We were able to connect him with Caitlin and she invited him to attend school. We found out that a man in the community had agreed to let him stay with him so we took him to buy some groceries so he could help provide (the local families are more likely to let the homeless ...

    Sosua

    A travel blog entry by frawldog on May 08, 2012

    5 photos

    ... beach. There are a lot of very run down bars and shops here. Each bar has about 2 or 3 good looking girls sitting outside and they try to lure you in and sometimes want you to pay for sex. I talked to a local and he said every girl in the bar is a prostitute. The bars are literally made out of whatever scraps you can find, but there are a lot of ex patriots here. Some are retired and found a little lady and some started ...