No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo
... was a lot of fun! This is where I learned that Daniel was such a great dancer. I felt like I never danced before because he was so good and I had no idea about the steps he was doing. Luckily I wasn't the only one. He danced with Alix and Stephanie and they said the same thing.
After this bar we went back to the Hostel because it was pretty ...
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 ...
... that were mean to the volleyball team. I didn't want the youngest and middle team to suffer though, because they did really want to practice and learn.
I had them practicing with the team in Don Juan for a few weeks, but it was too time consuming to walk there and sometimes we'd make the walk to find out practice was cancelled. Then I found a man on the older team in Don Juan to come give practice. It's alright, but there's not a ...
... and Mardi Gras, with an added touch of girls being whipped in the butt with a balloon on a rope. People come from all over the country as well as puerto Rico, Cuba, Venezuela, etc dressed up in specific, very elaborte costumes. It was an interesting experience, but it was cut short by a rain shower (according to my sister, people sometimes stay out all night). Later I heard the fireworks but couldn't see ...
... flags, and a closing ceremony on the National Mall
February 2012: 50th year anniversary celebration for Peace Corps Dominican Republic
BELOW: Article taken from Worldview: The Magazine of the National Peace Corps Association
JFK AT THE UNION: The unknown story of the Peace Corps speech
by: James Tobin
Well after midnight on October 14th, 1960, presidential candidate John F. Kennedy arrived ...