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Cabarete, Dominican Republic - Kiting Paradise - Mid June - 10 days Some dead set serious questions after our experience in the Dominican Republic: 1. Do kids go to school here? 2. How can 2 people sit in front of their 'shack' all day without saying a word? 3. Are there any road rules in DR? 4. Is it wrong for a 15 year old Dominican boy to ask …
... one of the most beautiful beaches in the world
... having the honor to speak with Ms. Dede Maribal, the only surviving sister. She lives in the house where the sisters grew up, but occasionally comes to the museum to talk and visit. She is a REMARKABLE woman and gave us great insight into the lives of her sisters. At 87 years old, she is incredibly lively and was incredibly happy to talk with us and answer questions we had; What an amazing experience with living history!
This post is dedicated to food! Midday lunch is the largest meal of the day here with a smaller breakfast and dinner served as well. Here's a typical day of food:
- Breakfast- Any combination of freshly made juice, toast with jam or ham and cheese, cornflakes (a general term for all kinds of cereal), saltine crackers, and fruit
- Lunch- Rice, beans, meat and ...
After the shortest leg of my journey, I am finally in Santiago, Republica Dominicana!
It was a fast 1.5 hours to STI International! I ate my red velvet cake on the plane and indeed it was the best red velvet I have ever had - not sickenlingly sweet!
All my bags came through A-ok and we were picked up by Leah, our American Guide (and fellow Creightonian) and Edwin, our driver in a big ILAC bus.
Driving through the streets at night really reminded me of ...