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

... to talk. He asked me in French if I understood Creole. I told him I could understand some of it and that is was easier to understand for me that other Caribbean Creoles. He asked if I were French, and was surprised to learn I was American. So we talked about the US for a while. He said that was his favorite country. He informed me that he knew quite a bit about the world, even though he had never traveled, because he listened to the news and ...

Arrival in Haiti

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Dec 15, 2014

8 comments, 6 photos

... entirely deforested. The population is dense and very poor, so the trees have all been cut down for firewood and other uses. Tropical rains can easily turn into mudslides.

As we began our initial descent, the Haitian sitting next to me ask the stewardess to come over. Actually he yelled for her to come over. There was a fair amount of yelling on the plane, not the angry kind, just of the kind common in places where it’s considered normal communication. He ...

Water Truck day 2 and Grace Village Faith Lesson

A travel blog entry by lnesgoda on Jul 27, 2013

1 comment

... to go to. we finished of the hard day with so many laughs!

Today we went to Grace Village again. we had an amazing time teaching the children our faith lesson about how God will get us through tough times!! we had two parts the first group did more of a class lesson where at the end they drew and wrote out their life story. they were so into it and we are so blown away by those children and their stories. it is truly unbelievable how ...

Day 3: The Mountain

A travel blog entry by hahawks on May 20, 2013

40 photos

... to class. This day I was in wound care we didn’t see very many kids, most of them had scabies, one or two had burns, and a large number of the kids had fungus on their heads. One little girl had a cut on her arm and I got to clean it, put antibiotic ointment on and cover it. Overall the kids were fairly healthy considering their circumstances. Almost all of them had stomachaches and headaches because they were hungry and thirsty and while we could treat their pain, nothing ...

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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