Atlantica del Caribe

Address: Calle Transversal Sur #19, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | Villa
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This villa is located on Calle Transversal Sur #19, Santo Domingo.
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    Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo

    Best Project: Courts For Kids

    A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Apr 11, 2013

    ... The women were very proud of their team and had recently received uniforms from the local cacao factory but did not have a space to practice and play. Courts for Kids was able to provide them with just that. On March 7, the volleyball team, Peace Corps Volunteers and the Courts ...

    Rain and history lessons

    A travel blog entry by stephbrand on Aug 26, 2012

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    ... the island of Hispanolia and the Americas in 1492. It is also home to the first cathedral in the Americas, the first monastery in the Americas AND the first fortress in the Americas. So THAT'S pretty cool. We were also lucky enough to have a local follow us along on our tour. Make sure to look for her in my pictures (hint: she has four legs and honey colored fur).

    Learning the Facts of Life

    A travel blog entry by angela_smith on May 15, 2011


    ... can bring 2 boys ages 12-14 to the camp. I got in! My 1st project was a long time ago starting up more structured baseball teams so I want that to eventually move into a boys’ group/engineering club. There’s a Peace Corps Manual that has the classes. I’m hoping the camp get the boys motivated to round up about 10 boys in Guasumita to have a weekly engineering club over the summer.

    -School’s out in 1 month

    -Summer will ...

    Living it up

    A travel blog entry by viajerisima on Jan 11, 2011

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    ... our towels, cameras and rum, and set off on our mini-roadtrip. It was sooo much fun. On the way home- we got pulled over again, this time for taking a turn on a red light. Somehow the guys managed to talk their way out of it- even though the driver didn't have his license nor registration for the car. The story was something along the lines of, we're all Americans, only one of us even speaks Spanish, (Jose really does go to school in Michigan, ...


    A travel blog entry by lstockwell on Aug 23, 2009

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    ... held a clinic at the Haitian Batey--saw approximately 15 patients or so.  Lots of injuries from motobikes--either crashes or rough riding.  Sore backs, muscles, and knees.  So, mostly we talked about body mechanics, and activity modification.  
    I'm attaching pics of a typical Batey family.  Very kind people.  They don't have mirrors, and think it's neat to see themselves in the camera.  One little boy kept saying, "Look, I've grown!"  It was cute!
    Friday was also the last ...