Club Indigo Hotel

Address: RN No.1 - Km. 78, Port-au-Prince, Haiti | Hotel
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This hotel, located on RN No.1 - Km. 78, Port-au-Prince, is near The Citadelle, Barbancourt Rum Distillery, and Saut-Mathurine.
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Travel Blogs from Port-au-Prince

Reality check

A travel blog entry by lnesgoda on Jul 25, 2013


... necessarily have anyone to cheer them on or to comfort them. the nuns here have way more than they can handle. they work so so so hard and do a wonderful job it is just physically impossible for them to comfort them like a normal baby gets comforted. it just breaks me that this is the only touch and loving that they will get for a while. and was also so hard because back in the US we dont have this problem nearly as much. AND if we do it is easily treated. the insane malnourishment ...

My Birthday/ Take your time,but hurry up

A travel blog entry by jonathanmoyer on Jun 11, 2013

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... my freshman year of High School, I played for our freshman basketball team, since everyone was guaranteed a spot and many of my friends played. I wasn't played very much due to poor ball handling skills, those due to a lack of confidence in about everything at that stage in life haha, but I was athletic. I would dive after lose balls, go up for rebounds with the biggest guys, and run my energizer bunny heart out, I was fun to watch as people recall, everyone ...

Erica Thompson_Bonjour from Haiti

A travel blog entry by bcdtravelhaiti on Jun 07, 2013

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... spent interacting with the children from the orphanage and the local community. We host a summer camp for approximately 80 or more children , this includes the children from the orphanage and the local community. This was very challenging but with some planning and separating the kids in several classrooms and activities, and with the help of the GCA translators, we were very successful. We end summer camp outdoors engaging the children ...

Day 3: The Mountain

A travel blog entry by hahawks on May 20, 2013

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... and they people are so thankful for a bag of vitamins and just a check up with the same pair of gloves the patient before had. It is very humbling and makes you realize just how well we have it in the United States.
We packed up our belonging and left the compound to hike back down the mountain. As we did, the children were also getting out of school. Every one of us had a child holding both of our hands as we walked to the path that would take us down the mountain, one ...

Got to Haiti

A travel blog entry by ivangui on May 02, 2013

Got to the airport. Remember me again to be clear on how much I want to be charged and not let that decision be made by who needs to charge me. Flew through JFK. Got to Haiti just past noon. There was an Haitian band playing by the exit of the plane towards customs welcoming people. It sounded and felt nice to have a caribbean welcome. First impressions of the city were better than expected. Airport seem newly remodeled and ready for business. Lots of ...