Xeliter Vista Mare Samana
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... as developed as other ports, but it was fine. Lots of individuals hawking tours and some kids begging, stray dogs wandering, but nothing that was worse that other parts of the world. We walked along the water, and the scenery was nice and green. We walked to a little market and browsed for a souvenir. We found a little pot and the woman started out at $10. I could have talked her down, but what’s ...
... 8217;s easy for volunteers to get a dog or cat. They can just tell everyone in their site they want one and 1 will magically appear on the front door or there is a nearby place in the capital that will give pets to Peace Corps volunteers. Dogs and cats are not considered friends here. Dogs are to be mean/aggressive to bite intruders and cats are used to kill mice. My project partner’s mom has a dog and last week it had puppies. I had told her ...
... When I got to my house my hose mom wrote down all the food I liked and didn´t like to eat. I told her I liked avocado, rice, chicken, tomatoes, fried plantatanes, bread with hot chocolate, and all of their juices. The next morning I had a gian pitcher of hot chocolate and bread. I was so happy! To get to the shower I walk through our backyard which has about 20 goats. Every morning I walk outside to the shower in my towl with all ...
... and rainbows with a complete view of the “cool” thing. On their way out of the room its important for them to say to your group, “For ten more dollars this could have been you.”
I wouldn’t have changed a thing. Although the rough seas and all the water made it impossible to keep the camera out and so of the half dozen of whales that we did get to see went unphotographed.
Afterwards we were taken to Cayo Levantado, a ...
... common to most. But, as the Dominican Republic deals with growing pains of a swelling population, changing economy, and movement away from agriculture and jobs working with one's hands, I believe it is important to reinforce and model these important skills of self-sufficiency and good nutrition. All in all, I feel like my work here is valuable and that there is potential to make small difference in someone's life. I am ...