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... there are often thefts along the Malecon. Maybe they just don’t clean the streets on Sundays in Santo Domingo, but there were impressive amounts of garbage along the streets, maybe a product of Saturday night carousing since much of it was beer bottles and half-eaten Styrofoam containers of takeout food.
I decided Santo Domingo was probably not a good place to take my camera out with me in the evening and was careful to have only a few pesos in my wallet and my passport ...
... trampoline in as many ways as I could think of, and I danced incredibly.
That night I went for drinks with some of the US Peace Corps, who have invited me to celebrate the Fourth of July with them up in samana next week which should be great fun. Now I am trying to find time to fit everything into my time here, rather than the orignal plan of how to pad out my time ...
... at our 3 nights of Emmaus conferences in Santo Domingo. They sold many Emmaus courses as well as a set to elders taking them for classes in their assemblies.
Many expressed willingness and intention of helping with the promotion and organization of the courses on a local basis. From desire to reality will take some time and a process as always, especially in an enthusiastic, Latin culture.
Building a Library in Guasumita: From Scratch
-https://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?s hell=donate.contribute.projDetail&p rojdesc=517-467
-If you want to see pictures of my community. Check my facebook.
3 Things You Need To Know:
1. I am asking for (in this Peace Corps grant) for about 5,000 American dollars to build a library. I donīt get any of that money until it has all been donated, ...
... swollen and I felt so funny trying to open my eye. I was glad I had showered and packed the night before, so I got dressed in my red anthropologie dress and went to the kitchenette for breakfast of prepared milk (powdered milk mixed with water), the equivalent of honey nut cheerios, and a Biz ochito that Bettye had for us. It was the smallest communal kitchen I had ever used. But, it had the necessities, so all was copacetic. I then went downstairs and bought some stuff for ...