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... and got to hang out and relax as a group after a very long day.
The next day, we spent the day beach hopping and enjoying the beautiful mountain and ocean views that the country has to offer. We went out to dinner and went to a "night club" for a little bit (although we were pretty much the only people there). On our last day, we visited a statue of important Haitians and went shopping in a Haitian (mostly tourist) market.
While it ...
... a beacon of hope and long term recovery.”
In the case of Haiti, while challenging, our delegates could see that “an entire new plan” could unfold, amidst a blank canvas of creative thinking and inspirational experiences for travelers, far beyond the normal “replace what was there” mindset. Global thinkers bring new light and a new scale to the public-private-foundation thinking; as major funding from the World ...
... professional soccer as much as I would have liked. This past week we've been watching the South American World Cup qualifiers which haven't been lacking in entertainment what so ever. Also, once every two weeks or so Jonas and I will replace our Tuesday or Thursday creole lessons with a walk over to the town's field to watch one of the games that takes place almost every day of the week. Unlike the league Bebeto played in that ended earlier ...
... Running errands in Cap was fun because I got to see more of the city- other than when I flew in I'd only driven through on the way to the Citadel last month and being Haiti's second largest city there sure is a lot to see! As usual, the plane was late so we had to wait for an hour or so at the airport but it was funny to see the people there. The missionary flight that brings supplies in also brings mail for tons of the nonprofits in the area ...
... use to make charcoal. I think I mentioned this earlier, but the way this is done is by creating a long rectangular pile of wood about 4 feet high, covering it with banana leaves, covering that with a thick layer of mud with a small air hole at one end, and letting the whole thing burn for about 3 days. Luckily they had a batch in progress so I included a picture for you all. We then climbed up and over the small hill, pausing at the top so I could take ...