Mont Joli

Address: Rue 29, Cap-Haitien, 1113, Haiti | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rue 29, Cap-Haitien.
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        Travel Blogs from Cap-Haitien

        Walking, Snorkelling, and Shopping

        A travel blog entry by andbrown on Apr 08, 2015

        11 photos

        ... Amanda heard them talking about an octopus, but we missed it. When we got back to the boat, they offered some rum punch and non-rum punch. After a quick ride back to the dock, we were back on dry land.

        We met up with Allan and grabbed some lunch on the beach which was provided by the ship. Allan updated us on his walk which he also quite enjoyed. After lunch, we took the "train" (a tractor pulling a couple of trailers with seats and a roof) to the market. We ...


        A travel blog entry by bashleyf on Jun 23, 2014

        22 photos

        ... we were back on the boat by 10. Living in Florida this past year and a half has really helped to prepare us for these tropical vacations. Temperature and humidity wise Labadee is no worse than Tampa has been the last few weeks (which has been in the 90s with at least 70% humidity). Part of why we moved to Florida is because we’d like to retire in ...

        Haiti & more things I can't quite put into words

        A travel blog entry by stephbrand on Nov 03, 2012

        1 comment, 17 photos

        ... to carry all the materials up a mountain and many of which died. It was built in 1805 after Haiti won their independence from France. It has 365 cannons and was built in fear that the French would return. This massive and incredible fortress WAS NEVER USED.

        After having lunch and visiting the nearby palace of Henri Christophe our bus driver navigated the winding dirt path to our beautiful hotel on the rocky ocean coast. We ate dinner at ...

        HAITI & TOURISM - #1 Clinton Global Initiative

        A travel blog entry by rtauck on Sep 18, 2012

        6 comments, 21 photos

        ... Haiti now rebuilds with a visionary President and new Government: new airports, new hotels, new cultural centers and a new vision.

        On a personal note, I will never forget seeing New Orleans, six weeks, six months and six years after Hurricane Katrina, and the help we provided. Now, two years after the crisis in Haiti, I feel nearly the same; the two places share so much history. One lesson I have surely learned post disasters; ...

        Market days and soccer

        A travel blog entry by dominicgrimberg on Sep 12, 2012

        7 photos

        ... at "how-are-you" or "good-morning" who are hilariously confused when I answer in creole.

        I think it'd be fair to say that soccer has been a main theme of the past month or so here. Since the european leagues began in August there's been a group of people in the TV room every Saturday and Sunday watching the week's La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1, or EPL matches which has been fun for me because other than international play I've ...