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scenery, and the warm smiles that will simply melt your heart away.
Try it and cherish the memories for as long as you live.
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
... 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 ...
Sandra and I are teaching a reading/listening comprehension class to our 7th - 12th graders. I wanted to take a break from the traditional work to do something more interactive so I decided to teach them how to do the Cha-cha slide. If you haven't been to a wedding or major social event in the past decade, it's a line dance like the electric slide but the DJ calls out a bunch of steps that you have to listen for. We pre-taught the necessary vocabulary in ...
... into the Methodist house where we will be staying for tonight. We headed into Port Au Prince for lunch at a local hamburger and sandwich shop and are our weight in French fries! What a pleasure it was. We also met a few other Americans who have been in the area for a while. It was refreshing to speak with them about their time and experiences ...
... 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 ...