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    Default Finding books in English in Santiago...

    I'm wondering if the public library here has books in English or if there are any bookstores here that offer English options? And seeing how unGodly expensive it is to mail anything here, I left home without my books and am eager to start reading again! Thnx in advance for any help...

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    I have a few hundred books, at least a few of which you might like to read.
    Send me a PM with your contact info and we'll talk....
    There are a few, mighty few, titles in English in the bookstore at Supermercado Nacional, second floor
    There are titles at the Dominico-Americano
    And there is my house!! LOL

    HB

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    we should initiate some sort of english book swap in santiago.
    i'm needing some new reads, too.

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    what about Thesaurus in Plaza Internacional?

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    thesaurus has few titles... and usually just the latest romance novel.

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    My offer is still open to one and all...

    HB

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    how do we take you up on that offer?

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    Ever hear of PM? No, not THAT pm(s), the other PM = Private Message. A service of DR1. You click on my name, click on Send Hillbilly a PM, then you type in what you want or need to know..and we communicate, privately, details that are not wise to air out here, in public...okay>>??

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    I have a question in debate which country in Puerto Rico or Dominican Republic introduce the mofogo or the mangu, In what country it came from? let's be serious about this.

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    readmylips: THis is not the thread for your question.

    Go start your own thread on an appropriate section of DR1, if you want. You are hijacking another thread and that is a NO NO on any site...

    HB

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