Casa Blanca Hotel & Surf Camp
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... I'm not used to. As a group all 90 of us walked up and down the neighborhood street making as much noise as possible. Banging on plastic bottles, screaming and cheering for our groups, los torros, las tigers, y los lions. When we made it back to the school we had cake, and Francesca came up and used her English Spanish mix to ask me to find the markers so that we could sign each others shirts. That girl is a natural born leader, and I love thinking about what she'd be up to ...
... more fun. In his book I am a batido, and I could not be happier). But really the personalities are all remarkably lovable in a thousand different ways. Each teen has impressed me more than once in their ability to not only endure, but enjoy the opportunities that could be hurdles on this trip.
My personal goal is to push the American kids out of their comfort zone to build relationships and experiences with the Dominicans, while ...
Running on the beach in 30 degrees heat and 90% humidity is hard work!!!
I ran barefoot once, sprint training in the soft sand...it was a mistake as all of my toes blistered.
I can only run on the weekend and it is tough running on the sand but I am glad that I can run ...
... gifts for free which was awesome. Definitely worth the 15 minutes of attention they asked from us. We were too timid to leave the resort, minus the excursions we signed up for. We went on boat ride out to Paradise island and snorkelled with the Monkey fish, a very fond memory!! (IF you don't have an underwater camera, spend the $5 to buy one, wish I had!!). This also included a stop at a Vigar factory which was interesting. We also ...
... casual dining area. There was a table with the places all set. The was also a porcelain tea set owned by the youngest Maria Teresa. The glass goblets were owned by the Mirabal Matriarch, Merecedes.
Then, we went to the more formal dining area. This was a darker room with the walls lined with both pencil drawings and oil paintings. The former were done by Patria and the latter by Minerva. Below her paintings were her collection of books and her ...