Recent posts from: Jarabacoa 2 7-1-2024


Return Flight Information: JA2B-BAY


Hello, family and friends of the JA2B-BAY Global Glimpse delegation, We know you’re excited to see your Glimpsers, so we thought we would share the new return flight information so you know when and where to pick them up from the airport: Students are expected to...

Adios, Jarabacoa!


Hello! This is Gina and Azalya writing the last entry for the last day of JA2B’s trip to Jarabacoa. Whilst bittersweet, today was a reminder of all our hard work and dedication throughout this whole trip. Most importantly, we were reminded of the experiences and...

Day 12 – CAPping it off


Hello! Today was day 12 of our trip and the third and final day of the community action project. After waking up and eating breakfast, we headed over to the community and split into two groups. One for painting and one for pouring gravel around the newly finished...

Another Hard Day’s Work


Hola Tigueres! Coming at you live from the DR it’s Nina and Audrey. Today we started off the day bright and early at 7 am. As per usual, the breakfast item of the day was toast (Audrey recommends peanut butter, but Nina doesn’t). We packed up for our long day of...

DAY 10 -CAP DAY 1


Hey everyone! Today was our first CAP (community action project) day, and it went pretty well! After eating breakfast at 8 am, we headed over to the community where we would be building the benches. We met up with the HOA leader and his crew to discuss the final...

Day 9 – Fun day in Juan Dolio for Juan Time


The leaders of the day were John and Jalen. In order for us to become leaders of the day, we had to show our talents. John sang while Jalen showed her calligraphy skills. All of us woke up in Juan Dolio at 6:30 am for ‘Fun Day’! For breakfast, we ate pancakes, fruits,...

Day 8 Juan Dolio (not two, but Juan)


Good Morning! Today is Immigration Day! Our start to the day was both very long and very, very early. Today we were supposed to wake up at 6 AM, although we started with a slight delay due to malfunctioning alarms. At 8 AM, we left Jarabacoa for Juan Dolio (not two,...