Port-au-Prince, Haiti | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Port-au-Prince

Reality check

A travel blog entry by lnesgoda


... had the hardest time. this was a Mother Theresa organization and they have cribs and take care of babies who is either abandoned, or the parents cant take care of them. Some babies with parents who cant take care of them still come during the visiting hours. they have the areas divided by babies who are old enough and well enough (even though they are still sick) these children are able to get out of bed and walk around in the room. then there is another room where the children are ...

My Birthday/ Take your time,but hurry up

A travel blog entry by jonathanmoyer


... did. They didn't give me everything I wanted, but they did supplement my mind, body and soul with everything I’ve needed. Turns out that is better for me and has brought me more joy than what I wanted in the first place, if I had to compare the two I would say what I wanted was shooting too low. It reminds me of a few close friends who are brutally honest, they tell me just how it is, what I need to hear, not what I want to hear and I’m ...

Haiti Mission trip day 2 - Paul Martin, Pittsburgh

A travel blog entry by bcdtravelhaiti


... well invested ... For that everyone at BCD should feel proud to be able to play a part in the success that is springing up from what clearly was one man's vision (Frank's) to invest of his time and capital to start the school and orphanage. As am sure you will see in the many many photos that will be posted soon the joy and smiles on the faces of the children we have been interacting with today brings any caring adult to tears. The ...

Day 3: The Mountain

A travel blog entry by hahawks


... help because they don’t have enough food or water. The kids didn’t smile at all while they were with us. They all smiled and waved and wanted to watch us when they were outside of the clinic. They would all poke their heads in through the windows and doors and climb over each other to see in, but once they got inside they didn’t smile or try to talk and they just acted very nervous and afraid. One small boy who looked about three came in and screamed to the top ...

Got to Haiti

A travel blog entry by ivangui

... amiable, hospitable and happy (salsa movers) as other islanders, take jamaicans or cubans for instance. They do not like pictures and do not smile easily. They won't get mad at you but will quickly turn or cover their faces. Haitians do not stand up by any characteristic and one starts to ask oneself that they deserve their luck. Traveling is always fun. Locals treat you with respect and your country counterparts will go the extra-mile to ensure ...

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This hotel, located in Port-au-Prince, is near The Citadelle, Barbancourt Rum Distillery, and Saut-Mathurine.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good