Recent posts from: JA2C Jarabacoa 7-30-2019


Deconstructing Poverty


Today we went back to the community Paso Bajito, but this time with some friends! After picking up some local doctors we headed to the community with boxes of different medicines that we would assist in handing out to patients. Throughout the year a Christian non...

Immigration Day


Hola! Today’s theme was immigration day. We woke up with a seven o’clock wake-up and had a breakfast that consisted of oatmeal fruit and cereal. We really missed cereal. The point of today was to learn about the immigration issues that exist between Haiti...

Free Day #1


Hi everybody!  🙂   Today was our first free day (8/5). Everybody went out in groups of 4 or more for safety.  Most of the girls got their nails done (they all look so cute). I decided not to get my nails done but only because I wanted to spend my money on food!...

Living Like a Local


Hello from Jarabacoa: today we were up before 6:15 am and had to wake everyone else at the same time so that we could be ready for breakfast at 7:15.  Since today’s focus was living like a local, we had no electricity or running water. Therefore, we used candles...

Aid and Development Day


Today, we woke up at 6:30 am and went to Los Calabazos, a community that is extremely isolated from other towns, people, and communities in the Dominican Republic.  It took us about 20 minutes to drive from outside Jarabacoa to get there. Our driver, Samuel (and his...

Working Like a Local Day!


Hey y’all! Its Natasha and Benjamin coming at you with our daily blog post! We were Lider del Dia (Leaders of the Day) for our day themed Working Like a Local. This was a day where is Glimpsers had the chance to work like local here in Jarabacoa and take a peak...

Sorry for the delay!


Hello Friends and Family, We’re so sorry for our radio silence the last few days, we’ve had problems with our internet service here at the hotel. Rest assured we are all fine, well fed, BUSY, and having the time of our...