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Travel Blogs from Port-au-Prince
... it sometimes can be tough but i had no idea it would be this tough. I have a hard time seeing people complain about something they dont have or something that they want and "need" knowing that back in haiti all those people who actually need something like water, dont get it. they dont even get to complain about it in hopes that parents will give in. they just dont get it. And what they are asking for are just basic needs. It has also been hard being thrown back ...
... long day go a little bit faster. We had fun moments like figuring out peanut butter in a carry on is a major violation and is confiscated.
Our first sight of Haiti is on the plane and what a beautiful island it is! Mountains and trees surrounded by the beautiful blues and greens of the water! We worked as a team to gather and guard our suitcases while fending off "eager helpers". We were so happy when we ...
... wants to play rough. Although, when being overwhelmed sometimes by the kids, other kids who are my friends will recognize this and take it upon themselves to have their commrades act right when things are getting out of hand.
2. “Hard circumstances” – Nothing makes you grow like being forced to take something upon yourself and humbling when you realize you couldn’t do any good thing without God. When I got here there was no ...
... is to do well in order to further their education and careers.
This was report card day, so after lunch classes were officially over so that the Haitian teachers could organize everything for the parents coming to visit. I spent the time hanging out with students, listening to the Haitian Kompa music on their Mp3's (awesome music, check it out). One boy asked me to take a picture with him, and after that every boy wanted me to take a picture with/of ...
... a few minutes before going back for seconds, and in that time no less than four people will try to take your plate. If you turn around to talk to someone it'll be gone. It's become somewhat of a game to try and hold on to your plate before your go for seconds.
Even though the school is a short distance from our hotel, it can take forever because of the awful roads and congested traffic. There are no traffic lights or stop ...
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