A mountain region north-west from Santo Domingo. One of the specialities in Constanza is strawberry cultivation.
January 6. 2011
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Dominican Republic and Haiti. December 21. 2010. Haiti suffering a bad cholera epidemic after the big earthquake.
Jarabacoa. Dominican Republic, January 4. 2011.
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Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic. January 7, 2011.
playing around in Playa Rincón in the Samaná peninsula. Dominican Republic January 13, 2011.
Posted in Dominican Republic, photography Tagged beach, Children, dominican family, Dominican Republic, Nature, peninsula, Playa Rincón, Samana, vatten, water
This is Katja exploring the mountain regions of Dominican Republic. Jarabacoa to be more precise.
According to rumours she is right now doing another trail on a different continent!
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A boy and his sister standing at the door of their house with daddy! Santo Domingo/ Dominican Republic.
Simon Bolívar for more posts and info about this place
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Simon Bolívar. One of the poorest “barrios” of Santo Domingo named after the liberation hero. Conditions are worse than bad.
The president’s wife is leading a project in the slum area. The most visible change has been paintings of sunflowers on the walls of some houses!
Pleased with herself playing skillfully with the hula-hoop.. just like any young girl around the world. Though she happened to draw a blank in the life lottery growing up in one of the poorest slum areas in Santo Domingo, Simon Bolívar.
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