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... on to tell us that he loves when he sees groups coming through, because he knows we are trying to help. He stated that God is with them and they pray for us everyday. It was amazing to see that even through a crisis, this guy had so much hope and faith and embraced us with open arms. His story is one that I will never forget!
After playing with the kids for awhile, it was time to start the journey down the mountain. The hike DOWN ...
... of my body. It was a very humbling moment to experience such love from kids I didn't even know. It didn't matter who I was, they just wanted to be held and give me lots of hugs.
Sidenote: The orphanage holds around 45 kids, but there is also a school within the orphanage which is open to all of the kids in the village. So in the morning we would play with all of them but in the afternoon when we did crafts and activities it was only with the orphanage kids.
... shade of gray-brown that comes from years’ worth of use by people who are not able to bathe or wash their clothes frequently. But it was air conditioned. I told him we were going to the Oloffson, he said he knew where it was, started the meter and off we went down the mountainside. Traffic was fairly light leaving Pétionville. The close we go to Port-au-Prince the heavier the traffic became. The driver’s name was Alain and ...
... 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 ...
... no happiness actions and life. It was hard to see because i know they are all going through an extremely tough time but still what was it that he didnt have that the other kids who could still find some hope did. anyways even though the day was a tough one we were able to show how great we worked as a team and just assured us once again how we are such a close knit group! we also finished the day bonding by going swimming at a pool down the street we ...