Sheraton Santo Domingo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... back to the ship we had lunch then did our one hour of walking.
This evening the Pats game was being shown in one of the lounges so we kept popping in there to catch the score.
Dinner was in the MDR and another great meal. We did hear a comedian at the show. He was very funny and we enjoyed the show.
Tomorrow is a sea day.
Until next time...
Pictures will come later.
Here in the Dominican they are really big on Baseball. They are always playing and about 10%25 of the MLB is from the Dominican. For example Albert Pujols is from the Dominican and he currently plays as first baseman for The Angles. They also play soccer and rugby, but it is not as popular as baseball. Today I saw a baseball game and it was very fun because the teams were ...
... A batey is the least developed type of community in the Dominican Republic. It consists of about 150 houses and 600 people. There is a community center, a school that goes up to 6th grade, and an open field to play baseball. The majority of the houses are wood with zinc roofs or wood shacks. The main street outside of Guasumita is unpaved as well as the streets within Guasumita.
Everyone is ...
Starting today and working backwards... (I started writing this on Thursday, it's now Sunday- and my last full weekend in santo Domingo has come to an end :( it was pretty typical: Mia loca, playa del caribe-new favorite beach!, parque, hard rock, doubles... ) I got my cell phone sstolen while walking to the bus after class at Bono (thankfully I carry my iPhone inside the big pocket of my backpack). I was the last person in our ...
... a mall for lunch and they had a TACO BELL! It was so nice to have some food that I love. Finding things that I can eat and like has been a real challenge for me. The day got even better after lunch, because we toured Bon, an ice cream factory here in the DR. It was really interesting to see the process from start to end. The funniest thing of the ...