Barcelo Santo Domingo
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... chatting with them in Spanish. Again, not a word of English. After about a half hour they had to go back to work. As I was finishing up the conversation, two Brazilian couples sat down next to me. We got to talking about my plans and their Dominican vacation. It was a funny mixture of Spanish, Portuguese, and English. They all spoke Portuguese, a little bit of Spanish, and almost no English. They were so friendly, though, that ...
... how little happens on social media in a week- I will drink water out of my tap with joy- I will travel more consciously- I will try to smile as bright as those children at least once a day- I will let things lie more often- I will remember how small the world is- I will keep ...
... homes of Christopher Columbus and Hernán Cortés, conqueror of Mexico, the Panteon Nacional, and right at the end in its own plaza, the Alcázar de Colón, restored home of Columbus’ son Diego, Governor of the Spanish Indies and Viceroy of New Spain.
Entering the Pantheon, originally a Jesuit church, we are approached by a guide who starts relating the history of all the Dominican heroes, but not being much ...
... could attend the English course I had started outside of the school that was open to everyone.
3. English: my class
2 English classes: 1 for those in the morning, 1 for those in the afternoon
*For everyone in Guasumita that can read/write and wants to learn Englislh
Start: Monday, March 28th
End: around the last day in May
*I told them it would be a basic English course of about 20 classes. I'm ...
... even Nataisha came home from school before we left. As if we hadn't engorged ourselves enough, we went straight from there to meet Katie, Christine and Nina for ice cream at Bon. That was a whole lot easier since I didn't have to talk/translate the whole time. After ice cream, we had class at CIEE, so Lo got to meet just about everybody in the program and see my temporary school. I skipped the second half of class so we could walk down El Conde, a shopping street ...