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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 ...
... if it was because we were outside doing physical activity, but the camp was really fun and the kids learned a lot about the rules of certain sports, nutrition, and taking care of their bodies. One of the sports we taught the kids was soccer because this is the only Latin American country that does not play it (lame). The best thing about these conferences is that they always have coffee for the volunteers. Without it I don’t know if we ...
... painting murals, etc. It's all part of international development I suppose, but it is hard when things don't go to plan, which frequently occurs. THE BEE: I went to my friend Dan's site along with another volunteer, Jonathon, to see his community and enjoy the fiesta that they had called Patronales, where they give thanks to their patron saint of the town (each community has one). We were able to see a lot of his agriculturally based ...
... missed anything. This was my first real taste of "Dominican time." I am going to have to get used to it!! The seminar was held at a country club in Santo Domingo, and it was located right on the water (the capital is on the Caribbean Sea). There was a really nice stretch along the waterfront that has been made into a walking/running park, which reminded me a lot of Kingston on Lake Ontario. When we arrived, we had to register, ...
... and then was ready to go. Back onto the bus and on to an historical area of the city. We saw the home of Christopher Columbus' brother. We saw the cannon fortified mouth of the river. We saw churches and other important buildings and then we were taken to the oldest catherdral in the Americas. It was a beautiful piece of architecture. Most of the beams and pews were made from native mahogany. The gentleman telling us the history of ...