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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Travel Blogs from Port-au-Prince

A day around Port-au-Prince

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Dec 17, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... up toward Pétionville, hitting major traffic snarls along the way. We passed several shanty towns, dense concentrations of makeshift hovels of corrugated tin and plastic. It’s sad that people have to live like this and so many in the world do. In the stop and go traffic inching its way up the hill, our car began to overheat. Alain turned off the air and we rolled the windows partway down. I followed his lead, since he knew about what ...

Arrival in Haiti

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Dec 15, 2014

8 comments, 6 photos

... things down at least somewhat.

P oor Haiti can’t seem to get a break. It was the first French colony to gain its independence, and the only nation to be established by a slave revolt, which started in 1791 and culminated in independence in 1804. But since then it has had one bad leader after another, constant political infighting and had little early help by more advanced nations. Most colonizing, or slave holding nations refused to recognize the new country for fear ...

Reality check

A travel blog entry by lnesgoda on Jul 25, 2013


... just one area. there was a little boy there who absolutely stole my heart. he was close to me the whole time we got a tour. and he would play little tricks on me when ever we were seperated. he was really sad that i had to leave but before we did i taught this five or six year old how to dance with me. he loved it!! then we also did elderly care today where we were able to go and give a meal to an elderly who doesnt have family or really needs it. these elderlies are usually either ...

Alison - Day 2 Haiti

A travel blog entry by bcdtravelhaiti on Jun 04, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... we need. After a great lunch we set off to walk up to the orphanage. We were welcomed with the most beautiful songs. The children ages 5 and up were just beautiful. I think the people of Haiti are stunning. We were overwhelmed by the love these children have-each one wanted to hold our hands or sit on our laps they were happy but wanted and needed human affection.

We met the house mom's that care for the children, ...

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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