Jardines Del Teatro Aparta Hotel
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- Refrigerator in room
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... history? Not exactly, the last time we invaded the Dominican Republic was in 1965, not that long ago. Our guide even discussed it. Why the invasion? According to Wikipedia, “The hierarchy of the Catholic Church resented the secular nature of the new constitution, in particular its provision for legalized divorce. The hierarchy, along with the military leadership and the economic elite, were worried that the Bosch government would institute economic ...
*September 1-4th, 2011: volunteer visit. The volunteers that arrived in the August 17, 2011 group will make weekend visits to see 1-year volunteers...therefore, I get a visit from one!! I´m still figuring out what we´re going to do.
*October 2nd-24th: best birthday present ever...mother is visiting!!!
*October 28, 2011: 1 official year of the August 2010 group being in their site. Me being in Guasumita for exactly 1 year.
We arrived in Santo Domingo late Sunday night. The flight was uneventful; we passed through customs, collected our baggage, and headed for the car rental. We arrived at the car rental and spoke with the man behind the desk for at least half an hour upon discovering that the rental would be too expensive and didn't make sense for us. Not to worry plan b was already in the works, as we walked into the airport lobby Carlos was greeted by hugs and we were quickly rushed to a ...
... us if we knew how to swim. She said that its a good thing to know how to swim. I was really confused by this question and I though she was making small talk. Turns out, it was her lead in to the next part of the exhibit. The next part of the exhibit was an underwater scene at the bottom of a mangrove. Above us were fishing lines stretched across the ceiling to create an effect that the fishing line was actually water. To the sides in cabinets were models of fish, sting rays and ...
... Day are both big events. People had family come visiting so there were a whole bunch of people in Guasumita. Christmas Eve is about having dinner in your house with your family, and Christmas Day is about everyone going to church and eating dinner after. They were both good ways to spend Christmas.
-I've finally given in and started going to the bathroom at night using the bucket my host mom gave me instead of using ...