|Neighborhood where we visited a family . There were|
pigs next to their home, not to mention the roosters and
dogs that roam freely. The roosters forgot that they are
only supposed to crow at 6:30 a.m. :-)
|Typical view of power lines. When people don't pay their|
power bill, the company comes out and cuts their lines.
|Notice the wires below the trees. This is in front of our home.|
|There are streets where the wires aren't too bad.|
|In the middle of many of the roads, you will find stores like this one. |
Notice the 5 gallon water jugs. No one drinks the water from the
taps. It is not safe to drink. You can get 5 gallons of water
for about 75 cents.
|Fusebox in our apartment|
This is very typical of the power lines
you see in the Dominican Republic
This page is dedicated to our
son-in-law, Norm, who is an electrical engineer.