Le Marcelin Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
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... every night, so we were very spoiled!
The first day was spent traveling and soaking up everything I saw. I was very excited to get to the orphanage the next day and spend some time with the kids!
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... much more Spanish spoken than English.
The flight left on time at 7:15. The passengers were an interesting lot; many Haitians who apparently hadn’t traveled by air very much. Many of them brought way too much hand luggage. I don’t know how they managed to escape the attention of the ground staff but several had three large carryon pieces, too large for any to go under the seat in front. One fellow just put his large duffle bag on the seat next to him ...
... I sat there thinking "I have nice things too! I can dress nicely too! I promise I don't look like this in real life." Well.... Okay, maybe I would wear that outfit, but my shoes would be better nice, and my bag, and my jewelry. Oh how I miss jewelry! Looking back on my packing list, I definitely could have dressed normally and packed normal Morgan things. For what we are doing, and the people with whom we are hanging, it would ...
... probably the hardest day yet! we were getting splashed and the buckets were goign fast and they were heavy. then we had people trying to cut in line and it was so hard to look in their eyes and say that they had to respect the line. and when i was out of the line playing with the children they were a little craxier too. it just kept seeming like they kept coming and coming! finally we just decided to try and make them dance so i did a little bit ...
... They were a little shy at first and as we walked up the hill to see them we could hear them all yelling, I can only imagine it was - HERE THEY COME... A wonderful greeting of song. It amazes me how much they loved to be held and cuddle.The girls have enjoyed my reddish hair and I was given a few braids (I don't think they will ever come out - and I loved every minute of it)
Such a kind and wonderful group!
If we can make the difference in one life it is well worth it!