Kite Beach Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... found out the day before that we would be having it for lunch. After pizza at the lazy dog, we got back on the bus and headed 15 minutes down the road to Sosua. In Sosua, I went souvenir shopping at the market and then jumped in the crystal clear water with all my friends. For some reason, the Sosua beach side looks a lot like Greece. That was an observation many people made, even Olivia, who was in Greece earlier this summer. The water ...
... I bought some Gatorade just in case I got a little thirsty on the hike. Boy did I not know what was about to come. The first mile or so of the hike wasn't bad at all. It was basically flat and only had about two 100 foot steep inclines. Keep in mind, these inclined paths are not paved and the ground is mostly sand and large rocks that sit on the sand. After a mildly difficult first hour, I was informed we almost were at the halfway point. I was ...
... up with a skit about an assigned topic. After a group preformed, everybody else would have to guess the theme. My group got the theme: road rage -- Dominican drivers in the United States. Funny stuff. I was with a a guy named Ryan from VA, Danielle, also from VA, and my friend Riley from Nappa, CA. We came up with a pretty funny skit and I enjoyed performing it. Watching all the 9 other skits was also a great time because everyone's ...
... we will have.
The kids spent hours playing pool volleyball and other games as I dozed in one of the few lounge chairs.
The accommodations are modest, yet clean, resort like, yet not something that is going to get any likes on tripadvisor. We are staying in a 'retired' resort that was recently purchased by the bishop of the area to be used for mission groups. ...
... do not suffer from or experience poverty. It is pretty commonplace here, for example, for people to wear shirts until there are no longer wearable. Whereas, in other places, we by a new shirt if one goes out of fashion, and throw away anything that has a hole. People here are far more conscious about how much electricity and water they use. Most people do not have cars because gas is so expensive. A lot of homes I have seen have had up to four people in one room, some have had ...