No I not looking for anywhere to stay, just inquiring where some of the near by farms are.JDJones said:It is located about 10 minutes west of the city, 1 km after the Riu Hotels.
I'm not sure I understand your question, though. Are you looking for a place to live??
Actually, it sounds more like the acronym for the gas or water company there in Nibaje. I am wracking my brain but I can't remember the name.p1atan0 said:Does anyone know where Conane or Conani is located? Im supposed to meet some people there but they have no idea where that is located. They say its Santiago but I never heard of it. I personally think... Sera un campo de santiago.
Please someone help me with this
Chirimoya said:It's not a campo, it's a government institution - the national childhood council. They probably have an office in Santiago too, but you can contact them via their head office in Santo Domingo.
Consejo Nacional para la Ni?ez (CONANI) - CENINFA , Ave. M?xico esquina 30 de Marzo, Oficinas Gubernamentales, Bloque D., Santo Domingo, Tel.809) 681-9161, E-mail: email@example.com , DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Now that we have that streightened out...karenssp said:I guess some spanish speaking people may say campo, which means field.
That clears it up!p1atan0 said:Thank You All For Your Input But...
I Just Spoke To One Of The People After I Called All Of Them Crazy For Not Knowing Where They Live And It Was Confirmed That It Was Barrio Conani, En Santiago About 10 Minutes From The Airport I Guess Its A New Urbanisacion. What Do I Know? Im From The Capital And Mao.
Thank You All.
...and in the DR 'un campo' can also mean a village. When a friend said to me 'naci en un campo de Cotui' she meant she was born in a small village in the province of Cotui (Sanchez Ramirez).stewart said:Just FYI, not only does it mean field. It is the typical word that is used for country or countryside.