The Bannister Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Indoor pool
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... loud and crazy. Our waiter did what he could to keep them entertained after we mentioned something to him - he was doing magic tricks and telling jokes; all while he told us of a tragedy of a family friend back home.
After dinner, we hit the casino, I didn’t stay too long because I had to get up early for scuba diving. Rob stayed and it was a good thing that he did because he came back up.
... total of 26 students because the 3rd class was in the school and have a whole class of 14 year old Dominicans is too much. They all goofed around and it didn’t seem like they didn’t really want to learn English. It was the director that asked me to take over the English portion of school, not the kids. I realized it was necessary for the school to set aside an hour for English, but not necessary for the kids to learn it or pass a ...
... works for BRA and Junta de Vecinos, but isn´t allowed to be my project partner and host mom. We walked around the community to be introduced to some families. We also went to a nearby batey, Batey Nuevo, which has 20 houses because I will also be including them in my projects.
WEDNESDAY...I got another pitcher of hot chocolate and bread. Yay! My project partners and I went to the school in my batey at 10am to talk with the ...
... ten beaches of the world.
A 40 minute taxi ride through the local towns coupled with a fun 10 minute boat ride gets us to the destination. This place is pure heaven! The white sand, picturesque setting and the crystal clear waters make this beach one we will not forget.
Locals offer sweet delicacies made from coconut ...
... Domingo. The overdevelopment and tourist aspect of some of these beach towns really make it hard to meet and hang out with the local people. Also, it's off season so the towns are much more quiet than normal. Overall it's nice to have peaceful calm surroundings. I met an architect, Jessica, originally from Santo Domingo working in Las Terrenas on a few new homes and office buildings. She didn't seem to like Las Terrenas and spent much of time ...