Caraibe Petit

Address: 13 Rue Leon Nau Nerette , Haiti | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13 Rue Leon Nau Nerette , Haiti, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Haiti

Day 7 Sea Day En route to Santa Domingo

A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Jan 17, 2015

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Another early morning and walking in the dark for about 30 minutes, then slowly the sun decided to rise. The sky was breathtaking with lots of pinks in the clouds. The seas are very calm and temps are in the 80's, low humidity.

We did hear one lecturer today on Social Media. The lectures are about 45 minutes in length. The speaker went over all the different social medias that are out there. Not sure we will attend the ...

Christmas time!

A travel blog entry by dave_katyt on Jan 07, 2015

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... a fair bit of time trying to get to know some of the more rural communities. Being 3 miles away from a doctor when you're sick is very different here to in Birmingham, with no roads, taxis, ambulance service or NHS Direct to help you get help. So to try and get to know the area better, we decided to go on a long hike one day on some of the smaller paths, and see how much trouble we could get ourselves in. It turns out it's very hard to get yourself lost, or lonely, on Ile a ...

Island Life

A travel blog entry by dave_katyt on Dec 20, 2014

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... away from the city, and the 40 minute boat ride provided some great scenery.

Upon arrival in Ile a Vache we were greeted by a group of very naked local children swimming out to our boat, through the dirty port water. This was a first taste of life on the island, where it is far less common to see a car (or machin in creyol) than to see a 5 year old boy ridding a donkey delivering water to the local houses. True to their word the very first stop for us was the 'Irish bar'. ...

Our introduction to Haiti

A travel blog entry by dave_katyt on Nov 17, 2014

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... about to be greeted by Irish hospitality at it's best. Between the smack in the face that is Port au Prince at rush hour, some very nice sushi down at the local japanese restaurant, and some enthusiatic dancing lessons down the Irish Village, it's fair to say that whatever we had been expecting, this was not it.

Port-au-Prince is best descibed as a hectic but equally interesting place. From first impressions it is obvious that there ...

Easy Day

A travel blog entry by mothman on Nov 13, 2014

... than in the hall type market.

Spent some time on beach relaxing and having lunch, using rubber ring in sea and watching the other side of the fence, where people from Labadee village caught boats. You are not allowed to Labadee Village and have to stay in the resort area.

Walk back via some ruined building that is supposed to be old, and then on to ship, an enjoyable and easy day.

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