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... of Santo Domingo where
I live during training. Power outages here happen literally every day.
Internet service is spotty and there is seldom running water. Fortunately,
I have been successful at charging my computer and having been journaling
faithfully while offline.
While I got here today without the SD card that houses my mobile blog
software, I have a number of posts already in the queue waiting to be ...
... and Venezuela and Cuba too!) who have been scouted for their baseball talent. This is a new initiative and way of stream-lining the up-and-coming players to the major leagues, and was created with the goal of eliminating corruption within the recruitment of new players (at least, that is how it was explained to me). Once the boys have been discovered, they are sent to the "academy," as we affectionately call it…meaning they are sent ...
... than a shack, but it has palm board for walls and a zinc roof). It has been a lot of work up keeping the house; cleaning, fixing doors, buying and preparing food, shopping for furniture (meaning plastic chairs), and putting my things together in a homely manner. The best part of all is at night when I can hear the waves before I go to bed. This move has made me feel so much ...
... season in my mind I need chilly weather, incessant holiday music (in English), obnoxiously large down jackets, and mugs of hot cocoa. Watch out Christmas - here I come. So what's next for me now that my Dominican adventure is over? After I manage to chip my frozen self off the plane in Rochester, I'm putting my head down and focusing on finding a job. I'm planning to move to Washington, DC and find a communications-related position in the human services ...
... this makes me very uncomfortable...I am determined to help - maybe when she is not looking!)
- extended family members and friends come in and out of the house all the time, as if it were their own home. They stay for a few minutes, or a few hours, have very fast-paced conversations, laugh a lot, and eventually, make their way somewhere else.
- Dogs can be pets, but not like we would think of in Canada. ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mango Boca Chica
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- It's all about the people
- Hotel Zapata is excellent and the Zapata family makes sure personally.
- Be careful
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