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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... I walked around the area looking for a guide from the morning, but he is nowhere to be found, so I walked into the Cocoa Museum. This is certainly the most interesting museum I seen. The store clerk showed me how the cocoa beans were harvested from the pod, dried while wrapped and fermented in banana leaves. the beans are then grounded up into a pulp and with the machine separated into cocoa butter (yellow color) and cocoa powder brown. The three kinds of chocolate bar ...
... first place. It's just odd studying in my campo house with muchachos running around and not having the Internet to check on formulas or my iced white mochas to sip on while flipping through pages.
ALL-VOLUNTEER CONFERENCE: was a success. The best part of this mandatory two-day conference is meeting all of the new volunteers. My region just received 8 new volunteers, 3 which are within 30-40 minutes of my site by bus. We had to sit through a ...
... wide open, nervous for my two year journey to begin. Now, I’m a seasoned veteran. My Spanish is at the point where I am still learning new words but conversations come easy, my projects are in full-swing and I am always working to better them, and I have great friends, both American Peace Corps Volunteers and Dominicans in my community. It is hard to believe that an entire year went by so quickly and that this last year is supposed to fly by ...
... can get off at any point on the route. You change cars at intersections if you need to go somewhere that's not directly on the route. The cars are total junkers and usually look like they just barely survived a demolition derby. They pack up to four people in the back and three in the front including the driver. It's a pretty efficient and very inexpensive way to travel. The big news today is that we got internet at my house! I never ...
... before heading up north to Cabarete, we decided to just focus on exploring the historic area of Zona Colonial. The hotel said it would take too long to walk - maybe 2 hours - so they suggested we take a taxi. The taxi dropped us in the main drag, Calle El Conde, which is a pedestrian only street lined with many stores, restaurants, and hotels. We wandered around a bit and came across couple of historic sites, but they weren't signed very well, ...