Coconut Villa Hotel
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... young children jostling to get through the gate and into the compound. The sun was growing hotter, and I was grateful when we were ushered to the front and through into the courtyard.
We had come with the Library For All team to visit Ecole Shalom, a privately run elementary school of 250 children in years K-6.
Our host is Samuel Darguin, one of a new generation of Haitians we met ...
... each day doing my daily tasks. You know how some say that you end up learning way more from the children, especially because you can see the happiness and joy in their eyes even when it is trapped inside of the poverty and sadness. Well i can honestly agree with who ever says that. These kids are so true to themselves and they all have a bond with God that i cant even explain. I have to say that i took a little bit of haiti with me and it has a very special place in ...
... presence. We are now all getting settled in and soon off to bed so that tomorrow we are full of energy and ready to do God's work!! We are looking forward to deliver clean water to Cite Soleil.
I have so many experiences and memories already and i am so excited and humbled to be on this mission trip! thank you to everyone again for supporting us!
Bonswa and many prayers to all!
... making me food, so I learned to make due with what I had and learn some cooking skills to keep my ravenous hunger at bay. There were no more bible studies, little spiritual centered conversation criteria around, and I couldn’t understand the sermons in church. So I took it upon myself to read the bible on my own, reflect on my own and actively seek out friends for spiritual conversation and support, thank God I found it. There have been very hot nights ...
... is to do well in order to further their education and careers.
This was report card day, so after lunch classes were officially over so that the Haitian teachers could organize everything for the parents coming to visit. I spent the time hanging out with students, listening to the Haitian Kompa music on their Mp3's (awesome music, check it out). One boy asked me to take a picture with him, and after that every boy wanted me to take a picture with/of ...