Hotel Cyvadier

Address: P.O. Box 115, Jacmel, 9110, Haiti | Hotel
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This hotel is located on P.O. Box 115, Jacmel.
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    Travel Blogs from Jacmel

    Our introduction to Haiti

    A travel blog entry by dave_katyt on Nov 17, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... been almost daily manifestations (demonstrations) held on the streets. These are mainly aimed at the government as elections are due to be held in January. These have been put back a few times already and the way the Haitain political system works is that should the elections not be held before the presidents term is up he will rule the country by decree. Considering Haiti's past, including the rule of Papa and Baby Doc, the residents can be ...

    Trip That Changed My Life: Haiti

    A travel blog entry by opentravels on May 20, 2013

    6 photos

    ... panoramic
    scenery, and the warm smiles that will simply melt your heart away.
    Try it and cherish the memories for as long as you live.

    Experience Haiti

    The breath taking views of the Labadee, Haiti beaches are enough to calm
    the restless soul and doubtful heart and make your vacation in Haiti
    truly worth it. One look at the serene blue sea and you can immediately
    feel ...

    Day 2: Church, Museum, Tour

    A travel blog entry by hahawks on May 19, 2013

    43 photos

    ... to share. We traveled about thirty minutes outside of Port-au-Prince and arrived at the memorial site for the earthquake. This memorial was built by the Haitian government to remember the lives lost however it was not the government that initiated this memorial. After the earthquake everyone came to help clean up the city, however not all bodies had been found due to the mass amounts of deaths and people living in the city. So when the buildings and ruins were bulldozed out ...

    A Very Haitian Birthday

    A travel blog entry by katrina.pierre on Mar 28, 2013


    ... On day 2 I didn't allow the more proficient students to translate everything I said since many students were just waiting for the translation as opposed to trying to understand the English. I broke the English down into simple words and phrases and used a lot of body gestures, contorting myself if necessary to get them to understand. And you know what, they did. When they knew that they weren't going to get a translation, they listened carefully. The ...

    We have arrived.....

    A travel blog entry by jimandabby1 on Nov 05, 2012

    5 photos

    ... expect you will give them a tip. We had to be very firm and only allow the men we hired to touch our bags. There were a few shouting matches back and forth amongst the handlers but in the end, we got our luggage, boarded the bus and headed to the hotel. You need to know that the airport was severely damaged in the earthquake in 2010. Most of what they use today is make shift, dirty and cramped. The new airport is being built but ever so ...