Hotel Habitation Hatt

Address: Delmas 31 Hatt II, Port-au-Prince, Port-au-Prince HAITI, Haiti | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Delmas 31 Hatt II, Port-au-Prince, is near The Citadelle, Barbancourt Rum Distillery, and Saut-Mathurine.
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    Travel Blogs from Port-au-Prince

    A day around Port-au-Prince

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Dec 17, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... Benin – in fact there is a major voodoo center in Ouidah in Benin, which I have driven by, without stopping, many times) and Catholicism. Some of the major "spirits" to which people pray are also associated with Catholic saints. So there has been an important syncretistic effect that muddles borderlines. There are some differences between the Voodoos practiced in Africa, Haiti and Louisiana (where Haitians took their religion when they ...

    Arrival in Haiti

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Dec 15, 2014

    8 comments, 6 photos

    ... to violence. There should have been legislative elections in 2011. But passing laws on the procedures necessary to hold the elections have been blocked by six opposition senators. The legislature’s powers will run out in January and the president will have to rule by decree if there are no elections. The six senators claim the proposed procedures are too favorable to the incumbents. Meanwhile elements of the population fear a president who rules by decree; they fear a ...

    Bonjour Haiti!

    A travel blog entry by mleff on Nov 21, 2014

    10 photos

    ... sideways when clearly you're supposed to put them in wheels first to fit everything. Common sense is not always so common. We had an easy flight with no turbulence and no one in the middle of us. It couldn't have gone any better. About three people asked to use my pen for the customs forms and I was very protective over it because it was my one and only and you know how much I like to get other people's germs on my things. We got off the airplane in an ...

    The first full day...a day of thankfulness

    A travel blog entry by lodiburgmayor on Oct 06, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    The first thing you learn to be thankful for is electricity. Public power, consistent, non-stop, electricity. Public power in Haiti does exist, but it is consistently, inconsistent. So inconsistent that I'm not sure it ever actually was on while we were there. The team house & orphanage had generators. The team house generator charged an inverter system. Sleeping inside a room with 6 people with two fans that power off in the middle of the night causes great ...

    Reality check

    A travel blog entry by lnesgoda on Jul 25, 2013


    ... necessarily have anyone to cheer them on or to comfort them. the nuns here have way more than they can handle. they work so so so hard and do a wonderful job it is just physically impossible for them to comfort them like a normal baby gets comforted. it just breaks me that this is the only touch and loving that they will get for a while. and was also so hard because back in the US we dont have this problem nearly as much. AND if we do it is easily treated. the insane malnourishment ...