Royal Haitian

Address: 43 Sonta Nara, Port-au-Prince, HT6110, Haiti | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 43 Sonta Nara, Port-au-Prince.
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A day around Port-au-Prince

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Dec 17, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... admits that the goal of Haitian Voodoo to be guided, and if possible possessed by, a spirit being. Practitioners actually seek to be possessed and they succeed. And when one sees the cult fetish objects it’s clear this is no bright, happy, clean religion. It’s dark, terrifying, obsessed with death and spirits, and about forcing others to do one’s will, or protecting one’s self from similar efforts by others. I’ve seen ...

Arrival in Haiti

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Dec 15, 2014

8 comments, 6 photos

... Outside I was assailed by hordes of luggage porters who insisted on helping me. Several told me they were supervisors in charge of making sure everything went well…. I shooed them off. Because of the current instability in Port-au-Prince, I had asked the hotel to send a taxi driver known to them, with a sign bearing my name. There have been several instances of arriving passengers being robbed even killed on their way home from of the airport. They’ve mostly been ...

Reality check

A travel blog entry by lnesgoda on Jul 25, 2013


... I was able to help in many ways. but towards the end when i was able to stop and just look back as i was holding an extremely malnourished little baby who was six months. i was holding him and that is where i had my break down moment. i cried, it was a sight that i can not explain and it was in a place that shouldnt have to exist. there were so many thoughts running through my mind and all i could think and cry about is how each child is here so sick and fighting for their life and ...

Day 3: The Mountain

A travel blog entry by hahawks on May 20, 2013

40 photos

... found myself patting his little belly as we were walking and then he would reach over and pat my belly and it took a few times for me to catch on that he was just doing what I was doing. Later that evening after we changed we went on a tour of the village and the new orphanage they were building. Teega came and held my hand again. He walked hand in hand with me and the group to the dam which controlled the water source into the village. The water ran through these channels that ...

January visit

A travel blog entry by ruth.tucker on Jan 22, 2011

124 photos

... he went to stay with her in Cite Soleil (the biggest slum in Haiti). It turns out, she collects garbage out of the sewers for a living. She collects it, cleans it, and tries to resell it. Could you imagine digging in sewers to find stuff hoping to make a living? Haiti just has no jobs.
So anyway, she was bringing this garbage back to her house with her and her and David were living, eating, and sleeping in this filth. ...

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