We came, we saw, we experienced a lot together. So on that note, Global…Glimpse! Bonao…activo, starting with…
Top 30 B1C Delegation Moments or Memories (in no particular order)
- Liselot, Pamela, and Javier “hola chicos” – we may never eat like that again or be crammed in a bus like that again in our lives
- Cody’s never having a thorn, no negativity outlook
- Our chicken beef lunch 🙂
- Maddox’s spoken word – touching, deep, and powerful
- Mary “the child whisperer” Duffy
- That we never want to give Ben a Leader of the Day sash again 🙂
- That the girls can hold their own in our delegation whether it comes to digging on work like a local day, sit-up or push up competitions, or baseball. Go Yaya, Dolly, Kianna, Ami, Kayla, Alexia, Andrea, Violet and Maddox!
- Uno. Spit. Spades. Lots and lots of card games.
- That teaching isn’t as easy as it looks & what would we do without our ambassadors for English tutoring
- Steven is the bionic man. May you make it through 12th grade injury free!
- Learning a little more about vegetarianism and veganism and how what we eat has a bigger effect on this world
- We don’t like Carnaval puppets that come to life and Emmanuel doesn’t like dogs that bark
- The joy and fun of playing with the children at La Fundación
- Wet wipes, hand sanitizer, and face wipes have become our friend!
- We may come home and start telling our friends and family “salud” during the day.
- Our 10 pesos collection box
- Getting beat by our local Dominican friends in baseball
- Party in the USA!
- Hearing the powerful stories of Haitian immigrants to DR. Thank you Javier and Ernesto and all the community members of Batey Palave
- Gaining an appreciation for all the luxuries of home. WiFi that works, AC, cold drinks, toilets flushing and running showers.
- Trying not to be late so you don’t have to wash dishes.
- Jumping off the 27 Charcos & there is no shame in walking down the stairs 🙂
- Bhobolate bhip bookie or however you say it
- Free day explore time to stock up on snacks
- Everyone’s talents during “Passing the Torch” time
- Global Glimpse Leaders’ day off and coconuts on the beach 🙂 Shout out to Camilo our cab driver! And first class upgrade on the way home! Thanks Alex 🙂
- Hearing activists speak about what Loma Miranda means to them
- Working together as a team on our Community Action Project
- Freddy’s Empanadas end of delegation party! Party bus fun 🙂
- Making new friends and having new experiences we will cherish forever
Bonus: Emma and Violet are actually twins. You’ve been bamboozled.