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... it was getting better, very different to a few weeks ago when I couldn't see how he would keep his foot! He was a great example of someone who was genuinely appreciative of our help, and it was lovely to have been able to make a small difference for someone in our short time there. Sadly, on our penultimate day, when Pappy was due for my last dressing check, he was trying to communicate that there was a problem. After several failed attempts at translation, we realised ...
... out to work with Calise and his team are that Haitians don't like to walk. Point Est is, as the name suggest, right out to the east of the island and to get there either involves a moto bike followed by an hours walk (from where the road ends) or a boat trip from Madame Bernard. Our first trip out there was by moto and we spent the morning taking the details of over 60 houses which we would be returning to in the new year to start work. For Calise and the other guys this seems like ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... when we got to Miami).
Brushing teeth with water from the tap
Mosquito screens on doors and windows
Driving in 2 straight lines on the correct side of the road (The first thing we noticed when we returned to US!)
A comfy chair to curl up in
A dryer-for soft towels
Electricity that you don't hear coming into the house!
Of course the biggest question: Would we go again? We ...