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... out every kink and every memory of the morning cockroaches. We
I laid on the beach with Jamie, swam in the clearest ocean water with the kids, and sucked the marrow from our last day.
We left with a happy sleepiness, headed back for a rest.
At 7, we headed back to Cabarete for dinner on the beach at an authentic Italian pizza place called Pomodoro. Dinner took way too long, but we ate giant pizzas and watched the sun set on the beach, so who can ...
... the 70's, I don't feel old because of that. Spending this time with these younger playful and energetic people has revitalized the youth in me. I feel connected to the teachers and the kids in a way that would not have so easily happened at home.
Beyond all of that, we're here for one last day with the neighborhood kids and everyone was feeling a mix of emotions about that. Sadness, accomplishment, happiness, gratefulness for what we do have, and hope. ...
... next car (and that's saying something). She'd negotiate a killer price with the vendors then the rest of the girls would partake in the great prices. Triple win!
One artist/vendor gave me a henna tattoo as a sample, a lovely mariposa. We ran into him afterwards at an ice cream shop and I bought him an ice cream as a thank you. The genuine thanks we both felt for the generosity the other shared held no air of condescension, or awkwardness, ...
... found a place in the DR that seemed like a very viable option. It is located in a 'town' in the Puerto Plata region. Munoz is a community that is a combination of Dominicans and Haitians. What I have learned is that there is a fairly high disdain between the two groups. Dominicans feel (much as many American's feel toward illegal immigrants) that the Haitians have no business here. They are stealing jobs, taking advantage of government programs (this still ...
... cracking evening.
24/3 In the morning Pabo collected us and delivered us to his son Frances and Pedro
and we set off in his SUV for the mountains a journey of about 40 minutes until we reached the 27 falls of “Damanhagua” near Imbert. We parked at the lodge and kitted up, helmet, life preserver, and shoes and then walked for 30 minutes uphill into the rainforest, We started back doing 12 waterfalls, the first a jump of over 30ft down into a ...
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