ISA student at the host house´s patio
ISA students walking in the city.
ISA students exploring the city by themselves.
Buying some candies in a typical market in DR
Buying Coconut water on the street
Night view of Santiago city
¨Lechones¨ from Santiago Carnival
Student Horseback riding
¨La Catedral de Santiago¨
¨Centro de recreo de Santiago¨
ISA students walking in the campus
Student plowing the earth
Doing the homework in the ISA office
Relaxed in the ISA office
Making friends in Batey- a workers' community in the DR
ISA students talking to residents of Batey- a workers' village in DR.
Young family at Batey- a workers' village
The homestay experience is one of the cornerstone's of ISA's language and cultural immersion programs.
The campus of the PUCMM blends architecture with Hispaniola's verdant tropical envirmonment.
A bustling tienda in Santiago
From Cabarete, nearby Sosua beach makes a nice day trip.
A typical snack on the beach in Cabarete consists of coconut, pineapple or oranges.
Cabarete is known for its great windsurfing conditions.
Dominican artwork influenced by indigenous roots and nearby Haiti can be bought as a great souviener.
View of the cathedral from the Parque Colon in Santo Domingo.
Columbus Castle in Santo Domingo.
A typical rural home in the hills north of Santiago.
Selling fruits and flowers on the streets of Santiago.
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