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... for a purpose and it is absolutely beautiful to see the many perspectives and experiences coming together as we learn and grow in our community development knowledge together. Second, the beauty of the Dominican Republic is breathtaking! As we have had the privilege of seeing areas such as Puerto Plata, La Vega, Santiago, Santa Domingo, and all the places in-between stretching from ...
... had gone house to house with cards saying the dates and times and no one showed up. So if they wanted it I wasn´t going to do class for 1 person. They could find 15 friends and tell me the time-day and we´d starts...I´m still waiting for them to find friends to start class.
*August 17, 2010: freshmen!!...arrival in the DR.
*February-March, 2011: sophmores!!...6 months in, 1st group after us arrives in DR to start training. A group ...
... some volunteering, but I won't know about that until at least February. There is an internship class here just like in Spain, but I'm not taking it- the volunteering will be with one of the places selected for that.
On Friday night, we had our first adventure of going out. We took a taxi (one taxi for 7 of us) to Calle Venezuela (calle means road). Although I've never been to Vegas, I imagine this place to be the DR version of the ...
... helped me learn how I want to set up things when I start classes in February. Students have had to translate paragraphs of English into Spanish when they barely know numbers in English, or have an exam in English where words are misspelled or choices for answers are wrong. I helped my 20 yr old brother and 26 yr old neighbor do their English homework which was to put the English words in order to make sentences, but words were missing to make the ...
... Since the meeting was only intended to introduce leaders to what CSA can do and to get them thinking about potential projects in the communities, the meeting only lasted about 20 minutes. It was a long way to go for a brief meeting, but it was really an invaluable experience for me! On Sunday I went to a baseball game in Santo Domingo with Rigil, Luis (both CSA staff members), Marla and her boyfriend. Baseball is huge here. Scores of ...