Port Morgan

Address: Ile-a-Vache, Haiti | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Ile-a-Vache

    Christmas time!

    A travel blog entry by dave_katyt on Jan 07, 2015

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    ... ankle and has spent the last 2 months in plaster. Walking into the orphanage is a sobering experience. The disabled children are all generally laid out in wheel chairs in the shaded areas of the courtyard. Just looking at the children gives you a sense of the scale of the physical and mental problems that they face. Some of the children are also chronically sick, which is really sad to see. Others are lively and happy though, and obviously much healthier. There is also a much ...

    Island Life

    A travel blog entry by dave_katyt on Dec 20, 2014

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    ... inquisitive puppy and several thousand mosquitos. Whilst sitting on the porch we'll generally have Calises kids for company, whether that be quietly sititing and doing their Creyol homework with Katy, or playing in one of our nightly growing football matches in the yard. Like many people in Haiti, Calise works several jobs to bring in money, from working as a contractor for Haven, to coffin building, to managing the co-op group who run Sab Blan night club.

    After all this fun, ...

    Pâques/Easter week-end 2013

    A travel blog entry by marco on Mar 31, 2013

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    ... that almost each of the boats has a name which refers to God or to Jesus! Here, God protects them on the sea, as on land. And they need it, of this protection, because they are very vulnerable. Almost all their cultures were destroyed by the passage of the hurricane Sandy last autumn. Even banana trees did not resist.

    Apparently, several investors want to increase the capacity in hotels of the island, because it is a beautiful ...

    Back to the USA

    A travel blog entry by pedsptcmf on Jul 12, 2011

    ... such as ours, others had been helping in orphanages or teaching Bible school, some had been there to build houses or churches. Many Haitians had come to Christ, such as the Voodoo Queen who was a "leader " in her village and brought others along with her. We all agreed that while we could not fix all the problems of Haiti, we had at least brought a little hope to the people, to show them they are not forgotten. Yet for many of us, there was ...

    Last Day-Return to Port Au Prince

    A travel blog entry by pedsptcmf on Jul 10, 2011

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    ... for a week. Then I saw it and I could not stop screaming! I had dealt with tarantulas on the porch, a scorpion in the bathroom, cockroaches in the kitchen , and mosquitos everywhere, but here in the corner was a dead mouse with a bloody head (?from a trap )-it was the final straw! I threw the bag back on it and everyone came running at my screams.I just could not stop, because the thought of it having been there all the time while I was sleeping, was just too ...

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