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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... most of Monday in the Zona Colonial, my next blog entry. In the evening I decided Monday would be my night to get a little tipsy since I didn’t have much of an agenda for the following day, my last in the Dominican Republic. So do as the Dominicans do and hang out drinking beer at a colmado, the corner grocery stores that also double as bars. They always give you a short paper bag that just about covers the label of a large bottle when you buy beer in the D.R. Apparently that makes ...
... to the beach with Terence and Sophie and it was great. On first arriving at the beach, it is not the paradise one would imagine. However, when the sun came out and the music started, it was really chilled out. However, I did underestimate the strength of the sun and did receive my first sun burn of the trip. I guess it is all part of the experience!
-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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... less to give and as the unemployment rate goes up, more people are relying on social services that operate using donations. Well, I think that's all for this blog. Thanks for joining me on my Dominican adventure and sharing your comments throughout my two months there. I'm so happy so many people have enjoyed following along with me. I feel like at times I had a tendency to report on the negatives, but I just want to reinforce that for every gripe you read ...