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... in West Africa where ingredients are sold to make charms, dolls and the like. I’ve seen for sale the dried carcasses of animals, monkey and great-ape hands and feet, hair and body parts of various freshly or long dead animals. I particularly remember seeing the recently flayed head of dog: no skin, but everything else was there. I have more stories, but I’ll leave it at that. The fetish objects in the collection in the garden ...
... and it might have been the most refreshing shower I’ve ever taken. After that, breakfast was pineapple, mango, banana, pancakes, and bread. Today we start out internship and I will learn more about what I’ll be doing while I’m here. Overall, my first 24 hours in Haiti have been wonderful and I have high hopes for this trip!
... fit that description. Late 20s and fluent in at least 3 languages, he is committed to both a holistic education, and integrating the school into the community.
The line up we’d seen was for one of the medical and dental clinics they host for the surrounding neighbourhoods with visiting doctors and nurses.
In another classroom, US ambulance officers were teaching emergency ...
... but even more important i know i left a little bit of my heart back in Haiti. So It is good bye for now. this is not the end of me being connected with haiti. i have grown so much spiritually that i know there are good things instore for me there, as well as here! i cant wait to post again, starting another journey in my life! thank you so much for reading this blog, everyone! your support has been more than i could have asked for!
... to a local pool! we had an adventure because the first one we rode the tap tap to ended up to have a drained pool. we were bummed as we were full of dirt and extremely hot. so we went to a hotel close and asked if we could go in there pool. the gaurd who was carrying a gun told us no. but our driver asked him if we could just jump in and get out. he said no again but then he had another plan! he told him that we would pay five dollars a person, which is what we were going to do. ...