NH Haiti El Rancho
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... from the airport! If anyone wants a bottle of Haiti's famous rum tell me now. Should I be concerned that AutoCorrect keeps trying to change Haiti to Hades? Anyway, while we were taking our sweet time at the store, Vanessa's mother told us that she needed to get to the airport. Well, she didn't exactly tell us, she was yelling at Vanessa in French to hurry up and we figured it out. It was very confusing, because Vanessa had told us to take our time, but in the end ...
... the protest Protest, we went to the only museum in Port-au-Prince. There was another protest going on nearby that too, and it sounded much bigger and the police were definitely getting involved with that one. We saw so much at the museum that I can hardly remember any of it. We did get to see the real anchor from Christopher Columbus's Santa Maria. Did you know that Christopher Columbus actually landed on Haiti?! We weren't allowed to take pictures in there, even ...
... and dance. We are able to go off campus to visit another Orphanage with about 20 children run by a pastor, his wife and 2 daughters who take care of all the needs of the children. We teach the kids about proper hygiene and hand out hygiene kits.
We engage the kids in songs and games such as jump rope and soccer. We also visit nearby local villages and are exposed to how the villagers really live. We also hand out care packages ...
... 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 ...