Occidental El Embajador
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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Free parking
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... meet local men which have inhabited the island forever.The absolute distance (the physical distance between two points--CH 1)was about 187km, not as much as we had thought to be. Luckily we spoke Spanish and so did they, as a result we were able to communicate fairly well to learn more about the culture and the lifestyle in the Dominican Republic. We climbed and enjoyed this physical challenge as we talked over ...
Today I visited Park of Three Eyes of Water. It is an interconnected system of caves located near Santo Domingo. It is very old about 500 thousand years old. Clearly it was a major tourist attraction, because I went in with a group of 60, and that was the smallest group of the day. After I left Park of Three Eyes of Water I went to the beach were I rented a wind surfboard. it was a ...
... continue due to a lack of money, and see attending a university impossible with less that 50 in 600 people in Guasumita having graduated from a university. Those actively pursuing their education give up thinking they will make it very far in their studies because. Those who attend school in Guasumita, 30 minutes outside of Guasumita, or in Santo Domingo have not found an opportunity to further their education. ...
... a man who sells Popsicles in the street came up behind me and was harassing us, which is per usual, but he was really close to me.... The next thing I know, I'm getting on the bus, the front pocket of my backpack is open, and my ****** little track phone is gone. Goodbye Dominican phone numbero dos! (I have since had my number reformatted on another chip) Last night was fun, we went to chili's for drinks to celebrate one of ...
... was that the workers somehow found a way to whistle and stare at us, while doing their job. It's absolutely amazing that they were interested in us, because each and everyone of us has to wear a hairnet and face mask. They couldn't see anything but our eyes. They sure do love us American girls. Santo Domingo is still treating me good as you can see! ...