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

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... exercises while the doc took his blood pressure. Although his hands were cold and clammy his heart was warmed with a little bit of human touch and his blood pressure- while still high- was able to be measured and logged on his chart. Hopefully he will always remember the goofy "Blanc" (white girl) that did expressive breathing excersises with him and he will start to become less anxious when he sees a white coat enter the room for his check ups. All we need is ...

Gotta Love Fridays

A travel blog entry by brittanyp on Jul 11, 2014

... couple days to get the batteries charged enough, but then we should have constant
power throughout the day!! But, of course with all good news comes bad news in
Haiti. The power is now working, but the wifi is not. The wifi company has been
called, but we don’t know when we’ll get it back. So for now I am just writing
my blog entries on Word and will post them when I can! Which will hopefully be

Pam Bissett - Tuesday in Haiti

A travel blog entry by bcdtravelhaiti on Jun 06, 2013

3 photos

Hello everyone, the drive to the complex was an hour and a half on paved but curved roads. Once we got over the mountain we went through Mirebalais town. Went to the orphanage that is on the property and the hill drew attend the school of hope. They have about 40 children in the orphanage, all different ages from about 5 and up to about ...

Last Day of Teaching

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

... was a delicious buffet of rice and beans, macaroni pie, griot (fried pork chunks), the famous Haitian black rice with seafood, and more that I can't remember. AND we had cremas, a Haitian drink made with rum and coconut. Our host had hired professional drummers and dancers for the evening and they put on a performance to rival Alvin Ailey. Greg joined them on his accordion and added a beautiful Irish melody to the Haitian drumming. Afterward, he played ...

Port Antonio trip

A travel blog entry by beenie1983 on Apr 16, 2013

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... crystal clear water! It was quite shallow. Pablo told us we could take our life*********** so we did! I took one of my shoes off and dangled my foot in the water - it was so warm! We saw loads of turkey vultures. The journey downriver took us 2 and a half hours in all, and was well worth it! It was almost a shame when we made it to a little beach just before the sea where we disembarked. We gave Pablo a decent tip and thanked him for our trip, then ...

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