Barcelo Santo Domingo
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... On March 3, 2013, the Courts for Kids team traveled to Guasumita, a small batey located two hours north of Santo Domingo. As the all female team from Washington DC and William and Mary approached Guasumita, the paved road, which had led them most of the way, ended just a half ...
... because my boss that comes to do house-checks when volunteers are ready to live alone came Wednesday. Things that I was thinking about for after: electricity, gas stove, gas tank, radio, paint, twin bed, queen bed (for guests), table and 4 chairs, and curtains (to nail in as wall dividers).
BOOKS: The 1st book I think I've ever read that wasn't for school
Chosen by a Horse, Susan Richards
5 days, 250 pages
February 23rd: changed windows ...
... searching for wifi- but I made it to mass on Sunday, which was incredible. The church is so beautiful inside and out- which is very rare in this city ( and it is only 5 minutes from my house too which is a definite plus). It was a standard catholic mass but with a gospel-like choir and the whole congregation clapping and singing along (at their own various paces). The electricity went out about 3/4's of the way through ...
... Domingo. Maritza called the World Vision doctor to get him to bring it back with him from Santo Domingo but luckily I have learned enough about this country to know when something is going to happen and when it's not going to happen. I had doubts that the bandages would actually show up, so that afternoon I had Ana lead me to a pharmacy in search of sterile medical tape and gauze. It took two pharmacies, but I found what I needed. I've made improvised ...