Labadie Guest House

Address: \N, Cap-Haitien, Haiti | Hotel
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This hotel, located on \N, Cap-Haitien, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Cap-Haitien

      Hey Hey, Haiti...

      A travel blog entry by haylowey on May 06, 2014

      11 photos

      ... for dinner?” asked Hayley. “Whatever you like, Ma’lady!” Owen replied. Note: He would only say this if all cuisines were readily available free of charge, hence why he said this. We/Hayley chose ‘My-Time Dining’. The name certainly doesn’t give it justice. It is an elegant, formal dining hall, similar to what you would have seen in the Titanic. Too soon? Sorry. The.Food.And.Experience.Was.Amazing. ...

      Haiti & more things I can't quite put into words

      A travel blog entry by stephbrand on Nov 03, 2012

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... was the the Citadelle Laferrière. Our bus pulled up and we were literally swarmed with Haitians who wanted to lead us up the long hill to the Citadel and act as tour guides. Each person had someone walk with them who gave facts and pointed out different structures in hopes of receiving tips for their work. The path was straight uphill and quite difficult to climb, but the view from the top was simply amazing. This huge fortress was built by 20,000 people ...

      HAITI & TOURISM - #1 Clinton Global Initiative

      A travel blog entry by rtauck on Sep 18, 2012

      6 comments, 21 photos

      ... government plans to return Haiti to its former tourism glory days (1981 peak). It was a near military operation, timed to the nanosecond, revealing compassionate hearts of time pressured chief executives; with a consciousness of “how to help” while awed at how far the Haitian people have come.

      The earthquake was the greatest “unthinkable” natural disaster in 200 years, with a loss of 316,000 citizens and 20% of ...

      Market days and soccer

      A travel blog entry by dominicgrimberg on Sep 12, 2012

      7 photos

      ... and walk around town afterwards, it's given me a great chance to interact more with the community than on my usual walks when I'm accompanied by someone from the hospital. I never realized it, but I guess the presence of a "bodyguard" makes me much less approachable but I have to say I like the interactions. I get lots of people coming up to me who want to practice their English or just say hi, and of course tons of little kids screaming ...

      Hike and a visit to Cap

      A travel blog entry by dominicgrimberg on Aug 22, 2012

      10 photos

      ... bigger peak). Once we got all the way to the top, we were feeling a bit adventurous and decided that rather than going back down the way we came we'd try and find a new path that would bring us out near one of the Hodge family's houses they owned (where we visited earlier in the summer to pick mangoes). From the peak we could clearly see where we wanted to end up, it was just a matter of picking and choosing the right cow paths to get us there ...