Hostal Nomadas

Address: Calle Hostos 299, Esquina Calle Mercedes, Santo Domingo, 99999, Dominican Republic | Inn
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This inn, located in the Don Bosco area of Santo Domingo, is near Alcazar de Colon.
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    Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo

    War or Peace?

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jan 18, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... redistribution of land. To appeal for the support of the United States, they couched these concerns as a fear of communist influence in the republic, and they warned of the potential for “another Cuba’.” Fear of communism, with its explicit attack on the free enterprise system, has led the U.S. into too many disastrous campaigns (Iran, Vietnam and Chile just to mention the ones that come to mind), disastrous for both the citizens of ...

    Summer = shorts and a fridge!

    A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Aug 26, 2011

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... important stuff: July 30, 2011. Fridge! and shorts! 9 months in Guasumita it was time for both. I got a mini-fridge and having cold water has never tasted better. Summer in the DR means I needed to stop wearing jeans. Guasumita is very religious and for people to not gossip about me-say I was a slut-respect me it meant working 1st for awhile, before wearing anything that didn´t cover my knees. I had been planning activities around the electricity ...

    All at once

    A travel blog entry by fullyfokusd on Feb 24, 2011

    55 photos

    ... had a sleeping baby sprawled out on the back seat. Not really sure whose car, whose baby, or where we were headed, I quickly realized that things run a little differently down here. For starters people drive like they’re late to their own wedding, the roads are pot holed to the max and nobody uses traffic signals; red lights are optional and green lights are watch out for drivers running red lights. We made a few stops around Santo Domingo, dropping people off ...

    An entry for the sake of an entry

    A travel blog entry by viajerisima on Feb 15, 2011

    Obviously it's been awhile since I last wrote a blog... And I can't remember anything particularly exciting that has happened in my life since then!  I think this means I'm "aplataneandeme," a word I thought I had blogged about before- basically it just means that I have acculturated myself to Dominican life.  The only thing that has changed (and this is a large reason I haven't been able to blog) is the amount ...

    You know it's winter time in Guazumita when...

    A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Dec 29, 2010


    ... as a light to walk outside to the latrine
    -They all know I like to ride horses so some days when I'm sitting around the boys bring me a horse to ride
    -I was sat down and interviewed by census people bcause I will be living in the DR for more than 6 months so I'm included in their 2010 census
    -Addition to the noises (music, people, chickens, goats) in my house someone gave my mom a cat. It sleeps on top of my suitcase.
    -We may or may not ...