Hotel Las Ballenas Escondidas
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... and well done manner with displays and an audio narrative. It was very interesting. In the end the Spanish arrived and later wiped them out. Native people, just as in North America, had no chance against the weapons and diseases of the invaders. Fortunately much is known about their culture and artifacts remain. We enjoyed this stop.
We traveled back towards the city and made our last stop at Puerto Bahia Condominiums. I’m not sure what this stop ...
Speaking of free flowing, I must most honestly say that one of the highlights of this stop for me were the beautiful tropical drinks served in whole coconuts(Coco Loco) and pineapples(Pina Colada). Having already gotten my fill of cheap tropical souvenirs on previous Florida and Hawaiian vacations, my main criteria while on a beach holiday is setting(more on that in a bit) and the interesting little details, and who ...
... began to sing church songs. I was still in choeck as to what happened, but I was starting to realize how this was an everyday thing for them.
*Before (February): a man in Antonci (Heidi’s site) had passed away. Antonci is about a 10 minute motor ride from me.
*After (May): a man in El Cano (Zach’s site) had been killed in the capital. El Cano is about a 15 minute motor ride from me. He was a policeman and had ...
So after being stuck in the ****** marina in Punta Cana we have found what we wanted in a marina.
This marina is small. has people to hang out with, and has an endless pool that is on a bluff over the ocean so you can jump out of the pool into the ocean below! its super cool.
Tomorrow we head to " the coolest place" according to pete. Its the ...
... to give a 20 min Spanish presentation about their community and what we´ve learned they want in their community. Then in February I will know enough to begin projects. Also, in February I will move out of Yamilka´s house that I´ve been living in for 3 months and move into my own house in Guazumita.
*809 723 6476...my cell phone number. All of Peace Corps has a FLODA plan. We´re using Claro and for us it´s free to call or text ...