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... br> mean open vistas and usually fewer people, so the driving is more pleasant in
the southwest than other parts of the D.R.
South of Barahona is the Pedernales Peninsula, one of the
least populated parts of the country with much of the land devoted to several
national parks. A beautiful drive follows the coast on the east side of the
peninsula where the Sierra De Bauruco mountain range meets the sea. The road
goes up ...
... vibrant -- Music, food, history, natural beauty. All of which I'm going to miss (well, the food I can take it or leave it to be honest). Even though technology is rapidly engulfing the Dominican Republic as it has already overtaken the states, there are parts that still are untouched and undeveloped, pure almost. The tranquility of a rolling stream, the sparkling rays of the sun beaming off of the sea, the lush, green trees that cover ...
... in August we were handed a checklist that we must fill out before they had us our plane ticket home. There are over 30 things that we must complete on that list including, but not limited to, exit interviews with Peace Corps staff, tons of medical exams (I had to carry 3 different stool samples through the capitol to the lab), language exams, and turning in documents that you have entirely forgotten about in the last two years. ...
... not to count the days.
GRINGO GRITA: is a Peace Corps DR magazine put out by volunteers for volunteers. This issue (there are 3 a year) I, along with my friend, Jeff, helped put together the COS (Close of Service) surveys that every volunteer that is leaving fills out. They are interviews of every volunteer answering questions and giving an inside look and even comical description of the last two years of service. For your ...
... And however strange it is, poverty gives people a sense of entitlement. That for one time in their lives, they have a choice. So by not doing exactly what they've chosen makes it a little frustrating. Maybe something that I saw as important, such as sex education to youth was not as important as building a fence around the school. Or teaching a youth business course was not as valuable as soliciting funds for a community ambulance. Whatever ...