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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our last day of teaching - so sad! The students are incredible and teaching them has been a pleasure. Since there is no work on the walls I wanted to do some collaborative writing, or writing together as a class. I simply wrote on the board "How was your week?" and asked for students to provide one sentence each to create a story. They all loved the games, and each class mentioned enjoying the singing and dancing. Two of the teachers here had a music class, ...
... yet!" Clearly they have conservative values!
Dinner at the hotel was lovely, with a nice breeze and a beautiful pool nearby. We had a buffet of rice and beans, fried fish, mixed vegetables, stewed chicken and salad, followed by cookies-and-cream ice cream for dessert. At that point it felt surreal knowing that I was in Haiti enjoying a delicious meal, with Beyonce and Bryan ...
... the program going through the early fall, while I work here at home to help raise funds to subsidize the program for this coming school year.
A final meeting to decide the school year schedule will take place the last week of October.
At the meeting I attended last week, students seem to have agreed on Saturday classes and are still negotiating fees. It was easier for them to contribute this summer because they were not paying regular school fees ...
... the boys
I’d bring back Pringles from Jacmel later the next weekend. It was as if I had never left.
Even though some of the sights and sounds of La Croix had
changed, the people remained full of love and playful banter and that is all
The last night of the medical
group staying at the church before heading home, I moved back into my room at
kay Berrier/ the Berrier’s house with Gran ...
... br> this summer, Linda invited me to join the group to give me some first hand
experience and observation in clinic work in rural Haiti. I was thrilled.So I returned to my home away from home and worked and lived
with the group at the building near the church, which is only a stone’s throw
away from the Berrier family home I lived in last spring. I was apprehensive about “returning ...