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... visited a jewelry shop, Chinatown, presidential palace and Malecon. Eduardo then took me to the fruit market and Mercado Modelo. I found some exotic Mangos !! Then we visited the Malecon or Ocean from Drive where all the big Chain hotels ialong with their casinos are located. Eduardo took me to a seafood Restaurant for some cerviche ( a bit too salty) before we head back to the hotel. I will be visiting some interesting site in the surrounding area of Santo Domingo, so stay ...
... like I have more project ideas but also ways to implement them in my site. It was just nice to be with the other volunteers for a long time as well. PROJECT IDEAS: I think in a previous entry I mentioned some of the projects I would be working on, but after this IST we had to make a list of possible projects that we would wish to accomplish over the next two years, here are those ...
... frustrating. The same nurses from my morning visit told me it was healed and insisted there was nothing else to be done. (Sorry, but raw flesh does not equal healed in any country in any language.) Luzlanda and Maritza, the other employee who was with us, beat down the doctor's door and got him to look at my leg. He concurred that there was nothing else to be done. I asked about "special tape" (the butterfly bandages) and he said the only place to get it was ...
... in the morning or in the afternoon. The classes that I work with are all in the mornings, so I alternate between 3 schools every second day. Each school is in a different batey (sugar cane settlement), and they all are painted the same because they are government-owned buildings. All of the students are required to wear a uniform that is the same throughout the country, but not all families can afford them, which is a problem. The schools ...
... up far from where we expected. Passed through mud flats early in the hike which were flooded on the return, so more crashing through the jungle. Got back in time to pack and head to David, where we are now. The hotel is owned by a friendly German named Frank and his Panamanian wife. He is part of the villiage community, and many locals hang around. Very friendly. Colin was a ...
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