Le Xaragua

Gonave Bay, Port-au-Prince, Haiti | Hotel
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Labadee, Haiti

A travel blog entry by nls721 on Feb 18, 2014

Great day in Haiti. Woke up at 7 and had breakfast in the MDR, we both had omlets. Went ashore around 830. Explored the resort. At 1030 went on a rib boat to a snorkeling site. The rib boat was very fun, really fast. Snorkeling was ok, mostly coral reefs, water felt great. After excursion we had the island buffet. I had hamburger and fruit. Mike had; hamburger, hot dog, chicken and ribs. In the afternoon we laid out and I took 1/2 hour nap. ...

The first full day...a day of thankfulness

A travel blog entry by lodiburgmayor on Oct 06, 2013

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... 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 ...

This is not the end!!

A travel blog entry by lnesgoda on Jul 28, 2013

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... dancing and praising for the rain we get the idea to soap up and wash outside! we had so much fun and it was quite hilarious! we obviously used too much soap and overestimated the force of the rain, even though it was pouring. so after getting over the fact that the soap burned our eyes we had such an amazing time! so many laughs and so much team bonding! haahahah i am still laughing at it all! not many people can say they took a shower ...

Day 2: Church, Museum, Tour

A travel blog entry by hahawks on May 19, 2013

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... chips and they made the exchange through the bus window.
After shopping we got back on the bus and headed to the memorial for the earthquake. The memorial was located near a village that the Haitians call "Obamaville." A little history on the origin of that name...After the earthquake the Haitians all lived in the city of Port-au-Prince in "tents" which is just old signs or tarps that became their home. After the earthquake the president of Haiti offered each family $500 and ...

Cha-cha Real Smooth

A travel blog entry by katrina.pierre on Apr 03, 2013

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... that helps people get loans too small for the bank (www.fonkoze.org). The loans might be for only $100-$250, enough to buy some goats and chickens, but those "small" amounts can change a family's life if they can sell the extra meat. Ana is white and was born and raised in Haiti, speaks fluent French and Creole (and English) and is a wonderful, beautiful person. Her boyfriend Junior is a light-skinned Haitian who comes from a well-off family with an ...

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This hotel, located on Gonave Bay, Port-au-Prince, is near The Citadelle, Barbancourt Rum Distillery, and Saut-Mathurine.
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