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Month: December 2016

Welcome to the New Adventures of Salty Sally

Welcome to the New Adventures of Salty Sally

Welcome! Whether you have just found my site, starting reading from the beginning, or stumbled upon me somewhere in between thanks for visiting my new site! It is still very much a work in progress. I have transferred all the content from my previous site to this website and finally updated my blog on posts that I never got a chance to write while I was busy traveling. I will back date them, but add them on this page so that…

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Lifestyles of the Rich and the Famous

Lifestyles of the Rich and the Famous

So I had this pseudo date last night and I’m not really sure what to make of it. A bit of back story, I met this guy over the summer on a dating site, but the timing was off and we never met. We made plans one day and he ghosted/flaked/whatever term people are using. Turns out he ended up dating someone else and wanted to be respectful to that relationship. Except he didn’t tell me that until, finally, a…

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Mi Querida Quisqueya Part II

Mi Querida Quisqueya Part II

Wednesday we were planning on finally going to the Campo, the “countryside” and Santiago, but we had to post-pone yet another day. We had been trying to go up north since Tuesday, but they were experiencing torrential downpours so we stayed in the capital. A great uncle of ours passed away the week before and they were doing his “vela” on Wednesday, so we knew that we would drive up there for that, at the latest. Unfortunately, Wednesday it rained…

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Mi Querida Quisqueya Part I

Mi Querida Quisqueya Part I

A cousin of mine has been obsessed with Dominican Republic since she was young, even without spending much time there. Since she turned 18, she has spent every possible school holiday there and this past year somehow convinced her mom to let her study abroad there for a semester. Don’t get me wrong, I too love the DR and have always wanted to spend an extended period of time there to explore and discover every inch of it (it’s actually…

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