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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Imperial Cap-Haitien
Con piscina, tranquilo, música en directo. Por encima de la media haitiana. Atención muy buena. Fácil de encontrar, en recepción te indican playas y sitios para visitar.
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... 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. ...
Last weekend, I was lucky enough to have the amazing opportunity to visit Haiti for our long weekend. This was a student formed trip that our director, Ryan, helped us organize and plan with the help of his friend and Haitian tour director.
We left for the trip on Saturday morning at 4:00am and had a couple hours to the border and then about an hour and a half to our destination of Cap-Haitien (along the northern coast of the country). Our ...
... I imagined post 2010 Earthquake. In June, we joined Bill Clinton to explore new developments along the Southern Coast to northern verdant Cap-Haitien and cultural Jacmel (reminiscent of New Orleans); Jacmel is a hub of arts and creativity; once the largest port in the Caribbean.
We zigzagged the high mountainous country in a convoy of UN cargo helicopters, from dawn to dusk; saw major investment opportunities, met local investors, foundations ...
... hours walking up and down the isles between the make shift stands taking it all in. My usual hauls include way too much fruit- a selection of mangos, pineapple, bananas, these small fruit called kinips that taste like grapes but have a hard skin and big pit, oranges, and sometimes some sugar cane. It's all so cheap (25 cents for 5 mangos) that it's hard to resist loading up my backpack to the brim on every trip. Because I usually go to the ...
... shorter than I anticipated (a fast pace and Shawn's exaggeration of how big the mountain was) and for the first time I can remember, I actually wished we could have kept hiking instead of going back down (anyone who has hiked with me can attest to how surprising this is). Our route took us up a ravine that reached a ridge between the two peaks, from which we chose to climb the taller peak and skip the smaller one (but I took some pictures of it ...