Day 1: Maine to Dominican Republic

Posted by Paul Field on Monday, March 2, 2015
Hello from La Romana!

We all made it here safely! After a long day of traveling, we made it to La Romana :) We ate dinner with the other group that is here from the United States and went to church. After church we roamed around the city together and came back to Casa Pastoral (where we are staying) to play games and hangout with each other. After a long day and a very early morning, it was nice to just relax together. 

FYI: We have a spotty internet connection but we will post when we can!

More to come....

*the awesome picture that we tried to upload took too long (internet problem)



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Day 1: Maine to Dominican Republic

Posted by Paul Field on Monday, March 2, 2015
Hello from La Romana!

We all made it here safely! After a long day of traveling, we made it to La Romana :) We ate dinner with the other group that is here from the United States and went to church. After church we roamed around the city together and came back to Casa Pastoral (where we are staying) to play games and hangout with each other. After a long day and a very early morning, it was nice to just relax together. 

FYI: We have a spotty internet connection but we will post when we can!

More to come....

*the awesome picture that we tried to upload took too long (internet problem)



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Ah, the good ol' days in the Portland airport. Here, Marie and Page share their excitement. Here in the D.R., they continue to be excited. They are wonderful people.

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