Mercure Comercial Santo Domingo
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very nice hotel in the heart of ciudad colonial,in walking distance to all ther sites
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... from a cruise ship.
In any event, the Zona Colonial is pleasant to stroll
around, relax in cafes and restaurants, and see its small museums,
fortifications, and churches. The main attractions include La Primada Catedral
(the first cathedral of the Americas), the Pantheon Nacional where many
important Dominicans are interred, and the Fortaleza Ozama. You can tell they’re
still doing a lot of work sprucing ...
Time has flown by since the last entry. I have eaten more fried food than is acceptable in modern society, and been wined and dined beyond excess. It i come home under 20 stone, I will be chuffed!
The hospital has been incredible, and now I am treated like one of the doctors. Last Wednesday night I was in charge of triage and the other day I was the only 'doctor' in a whole ...
-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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... were a million more good things that I didn't write about. This has definitely been one of the most valuable and most meaningful experiences I've had in my life. Unfortunately, it will also probably be my last adventure for a while. I don't have any trips planned for the near future, but I will revive the blog when I hit the road again. (Next stop: China!) Time to adios! Amanda PS: My cut has finally closed up. I'm returning home without medical tape or even a ...