Coral Costa Caribe Resort, Spa & Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and said goodbye to the group. Feel sad to leave the group as they have been great and made me feel more than welcome here. I've had a mixed time here, at times it's been difficult to arrange IT lessons with the group and so difficult to find things to keep myself busy, but when I could work with them it was great and they are really enthusiastic and work extremely hard! I've definitely learnt a lot about the difficult living situation in the bateyes and managed to carry ...
There is a prize at university to write an article about an issue or subject related to the country or region where you are living during your Year Abroad. I decided to write about the unpensioned elderly of the bateyes here and the charity to raise awareness. The prize is £200 (which I would donate to the charity) and also the article is published in the university's paper ...
... across the street from where I live - a mere 200 meters away! All in all, I am quite happy with the result of where I live, even if it was frustrating at times to try and get set up. And I have wireless internet that is portable! So no matter where I go in the country, if I bring my computer, I will always have internet!
So I hope you enjoyed the virtual tour - and remember, I am currently taking bookings for the 2009-2010 season! ...
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This first week was of course, full of visiting all of my friends and my other family in Consuelo, and of course my Canadian friend Nicole came from San Pedro to see me the day I arrived! I was also in touch with my various employers, and had some Rotary meetings and apartment-hunting, and also some fun! It was so nice to see the Consuelo Rotarians again - especially Cristina and Victoria, who are my best Dominican gal friends!! I had ...
So I received some very sad news yesterday after one of my classes. When I finished teaching yesterday, one of the teachers asked me if I would stay behind to meet with a family. I didn't know what family it was, but it turned out that it was the family of one of my students, and what I learned was that my student has a brain tumour, which was the last thing that I was expecting to hear, and which has made me very upset. ...