I.B.O. Beach Hotel

Address: Cacique Island, Port-au-Prince, Haiti | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cacique Island, Port-au-Prince, is near The Citadelle, Barbancourt Rum Distillery, and Saut-Mathurine.
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TripAdvisor Reviews I.B.O. Beach Hotel Port-au-Prince

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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

... embassy fence to a mob that literarily tore his body to pieces, then parading the body parts around town. The resulting chaos is what led Woodrow Wilson to fear Haiti might enter the German sphere of influence (WW1 was underway and Germany had been trying to challenge the Monroe Doctrine for several years – we came close to going to war with Germany when Theodore Roosevelt was president) so Wilson ordered the Marines in to take charge. The ...

Arrival in Haiti

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Dec 15, 2014

8 comments, 6 photos

... Creole and gestures if he should leave one copy of the papers in his seatback pocket (at least I think that’s what he meant). I said it French that he would need to present them at the immigration desk. He seemed to understand. He handed me the pen, dry, I noticed. This began a conversation. He looked at me and said “oo Bishop.” I knew “oo” (or “ou”) was Creole for “vous” or in English “you.” Was ...

Day at the Ho-tel

A travel blog entry by mleff on Nov 22, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... heard from the bride about how we were supposed to be getting to the church. Keep in mind that Savyon and I are in a different country, we only have one person's phone number, we don't know the name of the church, we don't know what time the wedding is supposed to start, and we don't speak the language. We were going to have to wander the hotel lobby like two ladies of the night looking for a job, asking people who looked dressed up if they could get us ...

The first full day...a day of thankfulness

A travel blog entry by lodiburgmayor on Oct 06, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... church was located. On the walk we learned quickly that a smile & Bonjou! (Good morning!) was all you needed to be accepted into the neighborhood. You'd see families starting their day like any of us would. Eating breakfast, fixing hair, brushing teeth. The only difference was most of these activities were done outside. Felt like home there were goats, pigs, chickens, & dogs roaming along the roadside. Fencing for animals isn't deemed necessary, though. I wish ...

Day 3: The Mountain

A travel blog entry by hahawks on May 20, 2013

40 photos

... get them. So white people to them is like our boogie man. So naturally he would be scared!
This day made me feel kind of odd because in the United States we are so picky about health care. Which is good, but in Haiti we only had limited resources and couldn’t provide that same standard of care, even though we tried. The thing that I really noticed was changing gloves. Working at a nursing home with 35-40 residents, I change gloves numerous times during care of ...

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