Pleasant View Villa

Address: Port Antonio Jamaica, Port Antonio, Jamaica | Hotel
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All We Need is LOVE

A travel blog entry by gini.verbesselt on Feb 23, 2015

2 comments, 1 photo

... Adams" as I called Dr James and myself, pulled out the laughter and smiles and helped him overcome a fear. I told the man "you have hyper tension when you see doctor- I have hyper tension driving in Haiti!" He laughed. I told him to "inspire eh puis expire" breathe in and then exhale- when he sees the blood pressure sleeve come out of the drawer. I saw the look of absolute panic in his face so I reached over to him- held both of his hands, and began ...

Eradicate "NIMBY"

A travel blog entry by gini.verbesselt on Feb 20, 2015

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... hopefully put the sights, smells, and sounds of this country and the extreme poverty of its people into perspective for anyone reading this. The image is one I snapped quickly as we were driving through the city. There were people walking all over, merchants selling random assortments of "stuff", cars and motorcycles honking, a random goat or chicken or stray dog walking by- and there- in the middle of the chaos of the crowded streets it was like time stood still for ...

Gotta Love Fridays

A travel blog entry by brittanyp on Jul 11, 2014

... clean it. One of the men in
that we trained raised his hand and wanted to thank us for this. He was so
sweet and it made us feel like we were really helping! Our home visits start
next week to make sure they are using them correctly.

We also started handing out vitamins yesterday at the orphanage.
The orphanage is a huge building with over 100 children living there. The kids
looked so happy ...

Erica Thompson_Bonjour from Haiti

A travel blog entry by bcdtravelhaiti on Jun 07, 2013

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... spent interacting with the children from the orphanage and the local community. We host a summer camp for approximately 80 or more children , this includes the children from the orphanage and the local community. This was very challenging but with some planning and separating the kids in several classrooms and activities, and with the help of the GCA translators, we were very successful. We end summer camp outdoors engaging the children ...

Last Day of Teaching

A travel blog entry by katrina.pierre on May 01, 2013

... and a boy started rapping. The music was incredible. It's amazing how music is a universal language that brings people together.

After report cards were distributed we reluctantly left the school. I'm really going to miss those kids. As our last evening, we had a special treat of dinner at a UN member's house, an indoor/outdoor architectural beauty in the mountains. Appetizers consisted of accra, chicken kebabs, and fried plantain with lots of ...

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