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... one of the most beautiful beaches in the world
... at this time, she was granted permission by Trujillo personally. When graduation came, the dictator would not give her a degree claiming that he promised she could study law, not necessarily practice it.
Eventually all four sisters were married and became involved in the anti-Trujillo movement. Their underground name was "Las Mariposas" (the butterflies). Two of the women were jailed and tortured and 3 of ...
This post is dedicated to food! Midday lunch is the largest meal of the day here with a smaller breakfast and dinner served as well. Here's a typical day of food:
- Breakfast- Any combination of freshly made juice, toast with jam or ham and cheese, cornflakes (a general term for all kinds of cereal), saltine crackers, and fruit
- Lunch- Rice, beans, meat and ...
... out for a bit, we walked back and had some free time. I took a shower so I can give my hair some time to dry so I don't freeze in bed tonight!
Well, that's about it!
Our tentative schedule:
We will be going to the City tomorrow to go to two hospitals: Corominas, the private hospital and Cabral, the public hospital. We will be working there during our third week and tomorrow we will ...
... lots of figures on display that had been carved out of fruits and vegetables. Senica and I ate the biggest chunks of lobster we'd ever seen served!
After dinner we all wandered down to the little thatched roof hut/bar, ordered a round of the local specialty (Mamajuana - rum that has been soaked in various tree barks and leaves, similar to Jagermeister in herbal flavour), and perched along the cliff overlooking the ocean to take in the shimmering view with ...