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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Haiti might not be considered a paradise on Earth but it is the closest
that you can get and you should not miss it for the world especially if
you are planning to have an escapade - why don't you go on a vacation in
Haiti and you will surely find the whole experience worth a lifetime.
It offers everything that you have never savored before and a whole lot
Be enthralled with its rich history and ...
I woke up at 845. Had a shower, had breakfast and read in the lobby until I had to go, pack and check-out. We took the last call from the car on the way to the airport. Still a no-go although we're looking for dates. Migration might happen tonight after we arrive in Toronto, which means an all-nighter in the office. Im on the plane right now over the Atlantic nearing the US East cost. Great times in Haiti. Good times with ...
... phone calls are expensive but every one of them have said that it would be worth the sacrifice - so sweet! Or such smooth talkers! Either way it's a nice sentiment.
Gregory somehow arranged for the group to go to a Voodoo ceremony. He said that it would be mostly drumming, with a simple ceremony at the end. We all speculated on what the "ceremony" would be like - sacrificing an animal? sticking pins in a doll? ...
... at the different image we saw of Haiti today. I never believed you could vacation in Haiti but from what we say today, it definitely can happen. They are building resorts, 5 star hotels and restaurants and employing the Haitian people which is most important. Our final night and day in Haiti was amazingly awesome. The people, the scenery, the smells and sounds and the culture have been a little overwhelming but what a blessing this has ...
... was more time for them to work along side their parents to make some money. The common concern at this recent meeting was that money will be tight this year because of paying regular school fees and because so many of these families are farmers who lost so much of their harvest when Isaac hit the island and mudslides and winds caused loss of crops and animals.
Still, the meeting played out with serious concern and interest in the program's continuation ...