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... The pool was smaller than the first and much shallower in many places, reminding me of a pre-colonial "kitty pool." The third body of water was the largest, and led into a small water-filled cave, which we crossed on a boat (really more of a developed piece of plywood than an actual vessel). When we reached the other side, the cave opened into a tiny self-contained lake with many, MANY fish floating around the shore. Because this fourth body of ...
... no water pressure) and got dressed I had some "breakfast" from the hostel (saltine crackers and a coffee) and waited around with Tarvo for Steven and Stephanie to wake up. Around 9:30 I got very inpatient and told them if they didn't wake up we were leaving without them.
We finally headed out and attempted to walk to the caves. Turns out we had ...
None have bothered to bring their own passports, probably not having renewed them for years.
“Thanks. We’ll remember that next time we come.”
The attendant at the Thrifty desk fills out our contact and the papers are signed. He then leads us outside where everything is checked again. Finally we approach a third desk where I find to my consternation that the contract is made out to ...
... family of the house I'm in now are going to have another baby and don't have enough money to live in Santo Domingo anymore and gave me until the end up this month to move out. They will be reimbursing me for the money I spent on their house to put in the floor and electricity. This month I bought cement blocks so a guy could put in a place to shower on my new house/barracon, am going to clean it with the help of a family this week, and move ...
... some Mangrove trees- this area was apparently hit by a hurricane in 1998, and they were pretty much wiped out. This was very interesting, because we were wading in about knee-high water, digging holes in the mud. If it helps though, it was very easy! Then we went to another cave- which was boring- then on a 10 minute hike- literally. That was basically the end of that trip, but the beginning of another! We got home early, so I got to the airport at the perfect ...