Kalico

Point Sable, Port-Salut, Haiti | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Point Sable, Port-Salut, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Port-Salut

    Warning: Wild Tarantula on the Loose!

    A travel blog entry by brittanyp on Jul 22, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... just to get to your house! Once we got to his house we spent the weekend hiking, going to the beach, and resting. At his house we had no running water so we had to shower in buckets.. literally we stood in a bucket and poured water over ourselves with a pitcher. It was quite an experience. I also learned that you did not need power to flush a toilet, you simply have to pour water into the toilet until it flushes automatically. Apparently the toilet will ...

    Pâques/Easter week-end 2013

    A travel blog entry by marco on Mar 31, 2013

    28 photos

    ... de la plongée, ce qui vaudra certainement la peine, étant donné la clarté de l'eau et l'absence de déchet dans l'eau. À suivre.

    La population de cette île est principalement catholique, et célèbre Pâques, mais avec retenue, car ici on est pauvre pauvre pauvre... On va à l'Eglise pour une messe spéciale, mais on ne fait pas de repas spécial, pas de grande réunion. Bon, y'a eu une régate de bateaux de pêcheurs, mais cela n'a rien à ...

    Back to the USA

    A travel blog entry by pedsptcmf on Jul 12, 2011

    ... several, perhaps only God himself, to pull Haiti out of its pit of despair and poverty.
    As we boarded the plane, I couldn't help think that God would surely carry this plane full of His servants safely back to Miami......
    In the next couple of days, Anne and I started to discuss the whole experience and start the process of debriefing:
    You might be interested in what comforts we missed while we were away? Surprisingly those ...

    Last Day-Return to Port Au Prince

    A travel blog entry by pedsptcmf on Jul 10, 2011

    5 photos

    ... with some hand-made wooden or metalwork items too.
    I actually did not have much spare cash left-we were told to bring about $100 so we could buy souvenirs,in small denominations so we would not get change of Haitian dollars which are worth less than 40 cents. The day before, we had gone to the Centre Lumiere- a ladies' Christian training school and center, where Kelly had taught. Here, women learned embroidery and domestic science to help them start ...

    A little R& R

    A travel blog entry by pedsptcmf on Jul 08, 2011

    5 photos

    ... hotel-bars-discos! Obviously a different type of neighborhood from Les Cayes. Erwol drove the truck through gates and we parked under palm trees. The beach looked like the type of beach you would see in a travel brochure picture, with thatched umbrellas, small cabanas, an open-air bar, coconut palms and a white soft sand beach. There were only a few European people sitting under one shade umbrella and also 2 o 3 ladies selling their wares of baskets, woven ...