Relais De L'empereur

Address: Carrefour, Petit Goave, Haiti | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carrefour, Petit Goave, Haiti.
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Travel Blogs from Haiti

Sunny daze!

A travel blog entry by team_haiti on Jun 27, 2014

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... rocky steep hill to hike up before we reached the top. And once we got there, our hearts were so full of joy and contentment so we could rest our blistery feet and ankles.
At the top, there was a small school and a small house that HBM does ministry with. And although school was out, there was a small neighborhood near by and the kid's came running over to see all of us.
The boys did their usual soccer game with the younger local boys that lived there, and ...

Live Life More Abundant

A travel blog entry by team_haiti on Jun 26, 2014

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... guided us through with their great big smiles, they sat us all down and brushed our hair and began to braid and just do all that they could with it. Even though to us we all looked crazy, it was so rewarding to see how happy and joyful it made them, because they don't get that opportunity each day. Same with the boys playing soccer! As soon was the boys put the ball on the ground, they immediately started to kick it back and forth. I think they even wore our boys out!

Hello from Ayiti!

A travel blog entry by team_haiti on Jun 24, 2014

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... as we landed in Jeremie, we were greeted by the Haiti Bible Mission staff and local teenagers who swarmed us with notebooks and pens to take our orders for bracelets, since that's their main way of making money for their families. Then, we all hopped on the back of the truck and headed into the town.
Driving through Jeremie was mind blowing. Although the poverty level is beyond our imagination, their home structures and smiles are the most beautiful moments to take in. They ...


A travel blog entry by bashleyf on Jun 23, 2014

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We’ve seen a number of wheelchairs on this cruise and the ship easily accommodates them. Wheelchairs can access most of the island, though certain beaches you get to only by stairs. There is a cement path that goes around most of the island, so a wheelchair can easily get around and walking is pretty easy too. It was worth it to get off for a few ...

Hey Hey, Haiti...

A travel blog entry by haylowey on May 06, 2014

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... the buoy. Meanwhile the sting marks were becoming more prevalent. She consulted another lifeguard who confirmed it was a sting, but they 'don’t have dangerous jellyfish’ there. Hayley was not convinced. Owen did a great job of not being condescending. He did sneak out a little: "You do have a low pain threshold." Fortunately the sting mark went away within 90 minutes. In hindsight, it was a normal little stinger, but Hayley ...

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