Sheraton Santo Domingo
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... all in my money belt. I did encounter a few shifty characters on my way to restaurants a few blocks away from my hotel.
“Meesta, where you from?”
“I from Haiti. You want girls?”
“What? Why you now want girls? You no like girls? You gay? You gay!”
Obviously no hetero man could possibly resist the temptation of Hispaniolan hookers.
I spent Sunday ...
Having got off to a slightly shakey start, things have gone from strength to strength. The night shift of Thursday was a little pointless, due to the fact that I struggle with Spanish when well rested, I could barely say a word at 2am. However, I did manage to catch an hour or two of sleep to restore my language skills, and save some dignity!
on Saturday, ...
... family from the US.
2. Read below if you want the details...
3. I havenīt included the cost for doors, locks, or windows. I could only ask for $5,000 and those are the last things to be put in. If you can donate more my mom is coming to visit October 2nd. If you happen to see her before she comes and can give her $ for doors, locks, and windows, that would be amazing. Whatever you can give is fine.
... place (as of June this year!) and then we headed to Los Tres Ojos. Bettye called us a taxi- her trusted driver. It was good that she knew someone cause we got a fair price. We drove past this sculpture similar to those metal sculptures in downtown Omaha. Then, we drove past the Christopher Columbus monument marking the first spot he landed in the Americas. Unfortunately, this monument is terribly ugly and it's placement and construction in the early 1980s displaced thousands of ...
... York Times reported that during JFK's entire swing through Michigan, he said "nothing that was new"-which was true, if one counted the early-Oct press release. But in the aftermath of the speech, something new began.
The following Tues, Oct 18, Congressman Chester Bowles of Connecticut, a Kennedy supporter and advisor, spoke to students in the Union ballroom. He, too, proposed what the Daily called "a U.N. civil service, ...