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... rushing to get ready for the tour.
Our tour was City of Firsts: Zona Colonial. Santa Domingo is a very old town in that it dates back to 1510. We took a bus ride around, then went to see an amber museum, Columbus's son had a residence here in 1510. This was mostly a walking tour. We saw a palace, some shops. This was not the best tour we have taken, but we did get to see some of Santa Domingo.
Today was my relaxing day. I am just on the crew ship enjoying the nice view of the Dominican. In the distance you can see the tallest point of the Dominican, Pico Duarte, that reaches up 3,098 meters in the air. It is part of the Northern Mountain Range. It is such a nice ...
-1400 cement blocks = $800
-1000 lbs of metal rods = $600
-1400 lbs of different type of metal rods = $1400
-50 lbs of metal wire = $50
-225 cement bags = $2000
-16 meters of sand = $400
-10 lbs of nails = $10
-10 lbs of different type of nails = $15
-1 hand saw = $55
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... Finally I cought a wave back in, then the next round came and knocked me towards the beach, I was exhausted, and thankful! What a way to end the trip.
After catching my breath and chilling on the beach for a short while longer we headed to boca chica, a touristy area with stores and restaurants a few miles away. We sat down for a nice lobster dinner with a bottle of wine. It wasn't like that fresh lobster we had earlier but hey you can't complain when your eating lobster in DR!
Let me name all the ways today was amazinggggggg! In the morning we went to the National Aquarium, which has been one of the things I've been most excited about this whole trip. It was so neat to see all of the different creatures that live in the water here. I've always been fascinated by the ocean, so this field trip was extremely fun for me. We ...