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Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo
... Tuesday we made the 2 hour trip to the capital to the vet. I brought dog food so he'd make the switch from rice/chicken scraps and found a dog bed in the "free box" in the Peace Corps office. The "free box" is a room where volunteers that don't want anything can throw it in the room/free box for other volunteers to rummage through whenever they want and take what they want...FREE! It's a few boxes in the lounge in the Peace Corps office in the ...
Dale Pa' Alla
Peace Corps Prom Part 1
Posted: 21 May 2011 10:00 AM PDT
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After the All Volunteer Conference, I went to La Sirena, a big box retailer
that is somewhat like a version of Target with a more extensive selection
of food and groceries. I had a big ...
... of an unwelcome surprise for me. I found that the weather was very beautiful in fact it seemed to complement the scenery of the Santo Domingo as I traveled down its avenues. Of which I must state my continual surprise, of course I should mention I have been to Santo Domingo in the past I am still awed at how traffic flows, It seems that traffic lights and stop signs are both an endangered species in Santo Domingo, rarely do cars stop unless absolutely necessary, ...
... very surreal and comforting. It had all gone so fast.
SITE DELAY: While we were back in the capital for 6 days to swear-in...cholera happened. There was an outbreak in Haiti and even though it probably wouldn't get to volunteers it was going to eventually cross the border into the DR. Usually after swearing-in on Wednesday volunteers had the choice to head to their site Thursday, Friday, or Saturday. When our boss heard about the cholera ...
... rate the host to give him/her more legitimacy on the site for future visitors searching for places to stay.
POLITICS, DOMINICANIZED: In reading TIME Magazine and Newsweek (all months behind, of course), it seems like American politics is getting pretty heated -- Democrats and Republics having similar goals but different objectives, Barack Obama being beraded by the GOP, and Sarah Palin still being ignorant to life (answering, "All of them" when asked "Who ...