Le Plaza Haiti
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I worked in my room all this morning, waiting to see if any calls would come, and none did. At 11:00 I started making the arrangements to make an excursion down to the city for lunch. The little hotel where I'm staying is located in Pétionville (also written Pétion-Ville), a suburb in the hills to the south-east of central Port-au-Prince. It’s one of the most affluent places in Haiti and is where most of the tourist activities happen. ...
... when a passenger arrived with a boarding pass for that seat. Just where was he supposed to put his luggage, he complained aggrievedly to the stewardess!
I was seated on the aisle and had to keep a hand up next to my ear to protect my head. Many people came aboard wearing voluminous backpacks, which they forgot about when suddenly turning around. Of course in the cramped space their bags hit seated people in the head. There seemed to be more elbows present than usual, ...
... fine. I will keep that in mind for the next time I am in Haiti. The food is really good in Haiti. I think I have eaten conch for about every dinner since we've been here and I make no apologies! The rice is really good too and of course the cheese. I ate a lot of cheese last night. I had an interesting dessert tonight that was sort of like banana bread, but I did had raisins and rum and sweet potatoes and bananas. Savyon thought it ...
... to keep them entertained. and we kept trying little things like that. but one little boy stuck out in my mind. it was so sad. He was extremely harsh with trying to be held, and he was being mean to the little kids. he even punched a little girn in the face because he didnt want her being held, he wanted to. i grabbed him by the shoulders and looked at him in the eyes and yelled "No, aller!" (go) and he ran away from us for a bit. but what struck me ...
Fell for an old joke from Our resident GCA (Greater Alliance Community) Leader Frank who informed me that the name of the chicken and her chicks running around the yard this morning after breakfast was named Thursday...when I said that is an odd name for a chicken he replied "that's the day we plan to eat her"....if you can't tell from other bloggers in the group let me says we are all experiencing things none of us am sure we could ...