Relais De L'empereur

Address: Carrefour, Haiti | Hotel
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The first half of our week.

A travel blog entry by ellensolis on Oct 08, 2015


... her 7th baby. She said that she had not felt her baby move for 3 days and was fairly certain the baby was dead. I couldn't hear a heart beat with my doppler and didn't have a working ultrasound available, so the staff midwife sent her to have an ultrasound at a local OBGYN's clinic. Meanwhile, I busied myself organizing the store room (mostly so that I could figure out where everything was this year) for a while, until one of our translators came running in to get me, saying ...

A sense of humor and American Airlines

A travel blog entry by ellensolis on Oct 04, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... look at the problem. I was amused by the fact that the pilot gave a rather detailed description of the problem, then a French speaking flight attendant came on basically said "A light came on, it is important, we're turning around." We sat at the gate for 2 and a half hours while maintenance worked on the arrant light. The Americans on board were beginning to make a fuss about lunch. ...

Beginning of the adventure: my 6th trip to Haiti

A travel blog entry by ellensolis on Oct 01, 2015

4 comments, 5 photos

... she is a completely unshakable partner in adventure. We have been through birth, death, snow storms, delayed flights, overweight-baggage, difficult gate agents (spirit airlines!), flooded bedrooms, bugs inside the mosquito netting, dinner parties, first feedings, a few Prestige beers and more than a few full-sugar cokes together, and I have never seen her loose her cool. She always sees a creative solution to ...

Hangin' Out

A travel blog entry by jessica.feltner on Jul 13, 2015

... even got a few laughs in as well. The two cooks wanted Julia and I to try what they were cooking for lunch that day, which happened to be goat. In Haiti, they don't have a lot of beef so most of the meat they eat is goat. It was an experience to say the least, but hey, I can mark that off of my bucket list now.

I have mentioned how Wedley knows a good amount of English for his age. The day before, we had went over some English and I could tell how much he wanted ...

Day 5 - Take Me To Church

A travel blog entry by jessica.feltner on Jun 14, 2015

6 photos

... worship is simply unbelievable. They cry out in thankfulness and desperation for the Lord.

Later in the day we went back to the orphanage to hang out with the kids. When I got there Wedley and Nefterie were both hiding - which soon turned into a game of hide and seek. I loved to see them interact with each other as well as having us three spend time together. At the end of the day a soccer game had started between ...

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