NH Haiti El Rancho
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... shade of gray-brown that comes from years’ worth of use by people who are not able to bathe or wash their clothes frequently. But it was air conditioned. I told him we were going to the Oloffson, he said he knew where it was, started the meter and off we went down the mountainside. Traffic was fairly light leaving Pétionville. The close we go to Port-au-Prince the heavier the traffic became. The driver’s name was Alain and ...
... of Hispaniola with the Spanish-speaking Dominican Republic. The whole island is quite large, the 22nd largest in the world, only slightly smaller than Ireland; it’s also the most populous island in the western hemisphere. On the flighty I started a new book by Robert Kaplan, The Revenge of Geography, which has some interesting overlap with Dr. Kissinger’s book.
The border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic is clear from the air. Haiti has ...
... 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 class. This day I was in wound care we didn’t see very many kids, most of them had scabies, one or two had burns, and a large number of the kids had fungus on their heads. One little girl had a cut on her arm and I got to clean it, put antibiotic ointment on and cover it. Overall the kids were fairly healthy considering their circumstances. Almost all of them had stomachaches and headaches because they were hungry and thirsty and while we could treat their pain, nothing ...
... your bag and help you carry it to where you are going, however they expect a tip and will be angry if they do not get one. We arrived on flag day, a national holiday celebrating the flag so there weren't as many people outside the airport as what there normally would have been.
We got to our bus okay and met Jo Ellen who is the missionary in charge of the groups at the compound. They put our bags in the back of a caged truck and we got on a ...