Hotel Florita

Address: Rue du Commerce #29, Jacmel, 9110, Haiti | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Rue du Commerce #29, Jacmel.
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      Travel Blogs from Jacmel

      Bonjour Haiti!

      A travel blog entry by mleff on Nov 21, 2014

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      ... the protest Protest, we went to the only museum in Port-au-Prince. There was another protest going on nearby that too, and it sounded much bigger and the police were definitely getting involved with that one. We saw so much at the museum that I can hardly remember any of it. We did get to see the real anchor from Christopher Columbus's Santa Maria. Did you know that Christopher Columbus actually landed on Haiti?! We weren't allowed to take pictures in there, even ...

      Learning a lot

      A travel blog entry by ivangui on May 04, 2013

      ... difficult conversations and communicate bad news without losing control and ensuring that the other party understand and agrees to his recommendation. He's technical knowledge is superior as well, which lends him a hand when negotiating with other technical parties. This is the area where I need the most improvement. I see how he's won over people's trust and, obviously my admiration and respect. At a 10 pm meeting, in another call with ...

      A Very Haitian Birthday

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

      2 comments

      ... 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

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      ... 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 ...

      Lekol Anglais/ English School

      A travel blog entry by sstinson on Oct 15, 2012

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      ... 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 ...