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... something cool and unexpected happened. I was the first person at my gate and had approximately two hours before my flight so I took out my lightweight, mini Yamaha acoustic guitar and began noodling. Within 10 minutes I had 10 Dominican air traffic controllers all standing around me just watching. They eventually asked me to play some Spanish songs so I played the only one I know. Once I was a bit more comfortable I out the guitar down ...
... and claims us for his own. A tremendous argument erupts. They finally agree to split the commission from the restaurant between them.
Our warring touts are left outside and we hope for serenity within the attractive patio, its walls covered in ivy with a view of ancient church towers above. Seated beside us is a group of Dominican expats conversing in English. At the head of the table is a colossus, with a colossal ...
... in next week before I head home. It's alot smaller, but more secure of a house because it's cement.
+ of the house...cement structure (not wood)=NOT RATS!!!
- of the house...place to shower, but no restroom (latrine or toilet)
Medical Mission (November 2011)
When groups (doctors, nurses, surgeons, nursing students) come in and don't know Spanish they coordinate with Peace Corps to get volunteers to stay with them ...
... to the colonial zone with the oldest church in the Americas, Columbus's house, and most importantly- Lady's Night (amazing free drinks, in case you've missed earlier posts). It was a good evening- as we were sitting outside with our drinks, my friend Carlos happened to walk by, so he had a drink and chatted with us for awhile. Thank God he speaks English, because Lo was grilling him about life in the DR! The next morning Lo came to Bono, my other school. ...
... 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, ...