Le Marcelin Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
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... admits that the goal of Haitian Voodoo to be guided, and if possible possessed by, a spirit being. Practitioners actually seek to be possessed and they succeed. And when one sees the cult fetish objects it’s clear this is no bright, happy, clean religion. It’s dark, terrifying, obsessed with death and spirits, and about forcing others to do one’s will, or protecting one’s self from similar efforts by others. I’ve seen ...
... Outside I was assailed by hordes of luggage porters who insisted on helping me. Several told me they were supervisors in charge of making sure everything went well…. I shooed them off. Because of the current instability in Port-au-Prince, I had asked the hotel to send a taxi driver known to them, with a sign bearing my name. There have been several instances of arriving passengers being robbed even killed on their way home from of the airport. They’ve mostly been ...
... on bags because we were worried about having our luggage stolen or lost in Haiti. What we got right to the airplane the woman told us that we had to check our bags because the overhead compartmentS were all full. Being that we were the second group to board there was no way they were possibly full, and alas, once we got on the plane all of the compartments were open and we were ******. We were also annoyed to see that everyone was putting the bags in the ...
... unload it. Some of the Ohio team had left but 2 remained behind to try to get the container contents lined out. Three orphanages were to receive items. Lunch was the biggest meal of the day. Some of the meals we ate were corn grits, with meat & vegetables, pasta & garlic bread, potato & beet salad(delish!). That night the majority of us decided sleeping on the roof was a great option. Mattresses & bedding were drug upstairs. There were these great mosquito ...
... 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 ...