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... and the last one was at 4PM. We stayed just long enough for us to hop in the water and dry off and have a beer. We grabbed a beer for the road and headed back to the taxi.
We rushed home and got all our stuff together (I had to really get Stephanie and Steven moving, they can be so slow!) and got in a taxi and made it to the bus with a minute to spare.
... my map at all, and when we enquire, no one seems to know it either. I look at the map again, and this time try Oswaldo Beaz Street.
“Si! Si! Adelante!” we are told.
Of course, it’s a one-way street, and we are at the wrong end, so around the block again and finally we park at the front door. Would a GPS have helped? Probably not.
It’s not as glamorous as it looks on the web ...
... me) was in the DR and they were here doing operations. The group was there Tuesday-Friday to do consults, check the hernias, and operate. 4 days and the operated on about 140 patients.
*Great to know: will by far be the best thing I could have/will do in 2 years.
*Saddening to realize: if the American (me) hadn't been living in Guasumita, been able to pay for transport and food, and the group hadn't come in for free ...
... so we were both up at 6 to start our beach day! (little did we know that it was NECESSARY to get out to the beach that early to claim your prime spot (with a tiki hut for shade- they were gone by 7, and the lounge chairs by 8)) everything about that day was relaxing and wonderful- we even had a 3-course meal for dinner! The next day we got up early again, because checkout was at 1. This was more of an eventful day (haha). I played (and won) a few games of ...
... in the life struggle," he said. "There is certainly a greater purpose, and I"m sure you recognize it." He was not merely asking for their votes, but for "your support for this country over the next decade."
The students roared again. Then Kennedy went up to bed, telling an aide he appeared to have "hit a winning number."
There were 50-60 reporters with Kennedy, but few mentioned the senator's remarks. Russell Baker of ...