Recent posts from: SJ2B San Juan Maguana 7-4-2019


CAP Day 2


Yesenia Gonzalez: Today we woke up with excitement to complete the project we began yesterday. Our day started with an authentic Dominican breakfast: plantains, mangu, and vegetables. After that we got onto the bus to begin our journey back to Jinova. From the minute...

First CAP Day


Hello everybody! Today marked the beginning of our CAP project. It was filled with dust, bugs, and rubble. Gross. Nonetheless, let’s start at the beginning of our story. We woke up at a crisp 7 a.m. but, as leaders, we took initiative at the first crow of the...

Immigration Day


Today was Immigration Day. We woke up at 5:00 am to our longest day yet. We had a self-serve breakfast with toast and bananas, and after our mental warm-up, we headed onto the bus for a 1 1/2 hour ride to the border between the Dominican Republic and Haiti. The bus...

Free Day


Today was our second “Free Day”. We were able to sleep in and I noticed everyone was a little more energetic because of that. After that we were able to eat an American breakfast with a hint of Dominican food; we had cereal with milk, yogurt and fruits,...

Fun Day!


Today we started our day off at 7:00 am. In order to have as much fun as possible we brought our breakfast onto the bus and drove to La playa Quemaito at 7:30 am, as we arrived at the beach we were able to purchase and learn about a volcanic stone only found in the...

Working Like A Local


Today we went back to the place we missed right when we left: Suarez. We began our morning early and tired at 6 am, but we pushed through breakfast and the long bus ride. From the moment we arrived at Suarez, the sun was blazing, but we were excited for what the day...

Global Business / Deconstructing Poverty Day


Today was very long and filled with many interesting moments. Being Lider del Dia on such a very busy and impactful day, was a very raw experience I may not ever feel again. Today we learned how communities are affected by the Production Process of Sugar. Today our...