Hotel Habitation Hatt
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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... like skulls, babies trapped in bottles, babies growing horns, a baby crucified on a cross with severed limbs nailed to it, a man with mirror eyes and a snakes coming out of his mouths and so on: really bright, cheery stuff. I read one report that said more than half the population of Haiti practices voodoo. It’s common to practice both Catholicism and voodoo. Voodoo is actually a mix of African religions (it started in West Africa in the ...
... first aid to local parents and others keen to be equipped for any future quakes.
The school was also the base for a small micro-finance program, helping 250 school parents supplement their income (down from ~500 immediately after the quake). Oh, and did I mention the English classes there every afternoon for 350 locals?
Samuel had growth plans, and we toured a partially-built new ...
... about for like a minute. and our guys says do you really want to miss out on all of this money. then he was like okay you can. what a treat it was. we were all thanking God! it was so refreshing! we then ate tacos for dinner and now we have sang some songs that we would sing in church, and now we are chilling outside and about to get ready to go to bed so we can continue to do Gods work and bless and be blessed by others.
have a wonderful evening!
Every one has been asking what I thought about Haiti and the trip in general. As this is my first international, and first service trip I can say I am truly amazed! The country is awfully beautiful which I think is the perfect contrasting term. The people and the land are magnificent I have never even dreamt of such a beautiful place. We all know the circumstances are the awful part. Seeing the way the people, especially the children live is heartbreaking. I can say I have also never ...
I was not prepared a for these precious children. The kids in the Orphanage are the lucky ones--they have 3 meals a day, a bed to sleep in and a a bathroom. The kids that attend the BCD School of Hope walk to class from the nearby town or countryside. They always look clean and neatly dressed even though they have no food to bring for lunch and mostly likely slept on a mat with a ...