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... trampoline in as many ways as I could think of, and I danced incredibly.
That night I went for drinks with some of the US Peace Corps, who have invited me to celebrate the Fourth of July with them up in samana next week which should be great fun. Now I am trying to find time to fit everything into my time here, rather than the orignal plan of how to pad out my time ...
... pregnancy talk we just had with her daughter.
*August 8, 2011: I THOUGHT it was the beginning of a 2 month basic and 2 month advanced English class. The 18 students who had graduated wanted a harder class and 30 students signed up too late to do the basic class so I told them I´d do another class. I spent 2 weeks of showing up when no one else did so I dropped the English classes. A few people asked after when I was going to start and I told ...
... the piÃ±a Colada was just as delicious. I only wish it had come in a bigger size!!! After dinner, we walked the streets towards this plaza where every friday night there is music. We happened upon this Ballet Foclorico that was about to perform a merengue. It was a warm, breezy night, perfect after it stopped raining. We watched the performance and then Leah and I walked back to the hostel. I took a cold shower (no hot water) and then called the parents and J and then passed out. ...
... me, but mainly I practice with a guy that I used to be a little scared of because he always had bloody knuckles. I'm pretty sure he's 1 of the guys I talked about earlier who has problems with people in El Cano.
*From now on my updates will be less about baseball games unless something big happens because there's always a baseball game every week.
They also had exams around winter time so I got to see some of the education system in the ...
... the italian food scene around here. Every other restaurant is pasta or pizza, so we still felt we were eating "locally".
That's all we have been up to so far. Today we will take the bus to Puerto Plata and the all inclusive resort that Steve and Maya pointed us too.
One last note, please excuse typos ans this is all done on my phone. Also, the blog name might change to inlude nate as he wants to do some of the future ...