- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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... e comes here as a tourist. Overhearing conversations, its obvious expats come to help on various projects or in other ways. But we’re still considered tourists. At least there’s no visa fee for US and most Western citizens. And it is fruitless to go to a dry cow for milk.
When I arrived at the immigration desk the officer looked through my passport for any previous Haitian stamps. I said it had been 32 years since my last visit. He ...
... stuck in some traffic again, and the guys rolled down the window and ordered some bottles of soda from the woman selling them on the street. Everyone does this here. We were passing around a bottle of Haitian soda in the back and I took a sip and passed it right to Savyon. As she was sipping, I asked the bride why the bottle tasted salty? She told me it was because the bottles sit in very cold salt water because the sellers think that it keeps the sodas colder longer. ...
... br> possibly have with a printer. It was a stressful task but in the end we got all
the sheets printed!
We got some good news today: the inverter has been fixed!!!
The inverter is a backup power system that uses batteries which charge while
grid power is working (which is usually only about 3 hours a day and usually at
night) and then allows us to keep having power throughout the day. It’ll take ...
... that they dont need too much medical attention and they are not newborn babies. then they have the room where the really sick and malnourished babies are living. this was the hardest place for me to be. there were so many of them and i found my self saddened and hurting that there were so many of them. but this is the first time this week that i knew this is exactly where God wanted me to be and I knew that God was going to give me strength to do every thing i can do here in the ...
... our first walk up the hill to the orphanage. Immediately after somebody saw us coming up the hill all children showed up on the deck and started to sing a welcome song for us. A really not describable moment. Knowing that these more than 30 kids have to grow up without their parents but seeing them being that happy.These little kids, all around the age of two to four, were unbelievable open and not shy at all. They were happy to meet us and loved to ...