Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo
On my trip to the Dominican republic I saw many baseball fields and players everyone their plays baseball. I also saw the beaches their which are very beautiful and relaxing. The history that I saw in their country was pretty amazing to and the food was really good. I enjoyed watching them play baseball because they love it so much. I would love to live in the Dominican Republic because of the people and the ...
... our time chilling and soaking up the atmosphere.
More chillin followed once, Liz headed for home.
Wandered the streets of the old town, met a lovely couple from Vancouver and popped back to see Laura at the dog rescue. Even risked a chinese in a back street restaurant.... that was a mistake!
What I do in my free time: hang out at the chocolate factory and go to horse festivals
Favorite time of the year in Peace Corps: Thanksgiving
Buddies: Group 517-10-02. We came in together in August 2010. Our 1-year in country celebration in October 2011. 4 nights at an all inclusive for $20 USD
The move: from a wood house with zinc roof, to a cement "house/shack"
January Plans: paint a map of the world ...
... old) was more timid I ended up asking him if he'd come to do the presentation with me. Every volunteer had to bring someone from their community. He wasn't going to miss any school because he only had school on Sundays and he was the only person that I trusted to help. He said yes "si Dio quiere" (yes, if God wants). It's a common phrase that sounds like someone's saying yes, but it's really a maybe. I told him that was the only time ...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 1800hrs 19.01.2011
This marks my first trip since beginning my new life. December 7, Pearl Harbor Day, was my final day working in the corporate cage. Abandoning my beach apartment and all of its contents I became a gypsy overnight. A dear friend allowed me to borrow some time until my upcoming Africa voyage and stay in their lovely house (January/February Thanks Brooke and Kyle!).
But waiting for another ...