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... something going on a boardwalk area called Juan Baron Plaza. It had food, and a bunch of activities for kids. There were about 15 little battery operated cars they were all riding around. If I was a little kid there I would have been so excited! It looked pretty neat to see them all too.
There were also large photographs, and art project of ...
... br> 9:15am: Touch down in Miami. A blessing in disguise...the early departure left us with a longer layover in Miami than we anticipated.
10:30am: Wheels go up on AA flight 1711, destination Santo Domingo, DR.
1:30pm: On DR soil, clear of customs, and loading 20 people and 30+ bags onto...wait for it...one bus (and a tiny trailer).
2:00pm: The bus ride to Santiago begins, and may I just say that it ...
... go get land in an area of Guasumita that could maybe be used as a basketball/vball court. We'll see...I still need to get back to see if they approved the land solicitation.
Baseball (September 2011-October 2011)
3 teams: 8-12 years old, 13-15 years old, 16-22 years old. So yeeeeah, I stopped with baseball around March because equipment got used so much balls got lost when they had games, bats got broken, and gloves got worn ...
... when they play with other communities. We had a serious talk with them because there's a man in Guazumita that will start giving them practice. We had formed real teams that would practice, learn discpline, and respect each other.
~Projects that will be started in the next few weeks:
-Move into my house
-Raise funds...build library
-Start English classes
-Start ESCOJO classes: about sexual health, decision making, ...
... of an unwelcome surprise for me. I found that the weather was very beautiful in fact it seemed to complement the scenery of the Santo Domingo as I traveled down its avenues. Of which I must state my continual surprise, of course I should mention I have been to Santo Domingo in the past I am still awed at how traffic flows, It seems that traffic lights and stop signs are both an endangered species in Santo Domingo, rarely do cars stop unless absolutely necessary, ...