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... driver then took Eduardo and I to the National Aquarium, not so interesting, a few displays of whale bones, few live sea turtles and several tanks featuring some indigenous fish. finally we arrived in Boca Chica beach for lunch and relaxation under the sun. As I sat down at the table, these aggressive hawkers came up to me selling everything from cigars to necklaces to baseball caps to fried pork skins and wine soaked in wood and coconuts. ...
... People from the community came to see the dog, poked it, and then threw rocks at it to make sure it was dead. I think the dog is in a much better place now, that's for sure. OUTSIDE MY COMFORT ZONE: In my service I have seen the difficulties of a third world country, but last night I was really faced with it up close and personal. One of my Haitian friends, Tigados, came to visit me and proceeded to tell me that he needed help building a house for him ...
... things I'll miss: an amazing assortment of fresh, organic fruit; homemade juices from those fruits; Dominican kids; the clouds there; people who are friendly and hospitable no matter what the circumstance; rice and beans; and of course the sunshine and warmth. I've decided I'm just too Type A to ever fully appreciate the lack of punctuality and organization in the Dominican Republic, so I'm happy to be leaving that behind. While returning to upstate New York in ...
... shock stage. We have small Spanish classes, great people in the program, and a lot more information to be absorbed throughout training. Next week, I am going to visit a current PCV that's in the interior of the country and after week 4, I will be in a different homestay with my technical group for economic development training. For now, I hope all is well back in the states and make sure to update me when what you have been up to!! ...
After a little more public transport we arrive in David where our diving instructor is going to pick us up and take us to Boca Chica. This is around a 2 hour journey, the last hour of which is along a dirt road, this is seriously remote there is only a tiny little fish village and couple of resorts. On the way there our instructors explains why he doesn't have his car, he put it into the local garage for repairs which they ...