Royal Haitian

Address: Port-au-Prince, Haiti | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Port-au-Prince


A travel blog entry by lnesgoda on Jul 28, 2013

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... with kids all day i know it will again be a wonderful experience! after that we will be able to go up into the mountains where we will be able to buy some small things! i wish you all a wonderful day! i had extra time this morning and with that i want you all to know how grateful i am for you and how blessed that all of you have supported me in one way or another!!

love to all,

Day 2: Church, Museum, Tour

A travel blog entry by hahawks on May 19, 2013

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... to share. We traveled about thirty minutes outside of Port-au-Prince and arrived at the memorial site for the earthquake. This memorial was built by the Haitian government to remember the lives lost however it was not the government that initiated this memorial. After the earthquake everyone came to help clean up the city, however not all bodies had been found due to the mass amounts of deaths and people living in the city. So when the buildings and ruins were bulldozed out ...

Day 1: Arrival

A travel blog entry by hahawks on May 18, 2013

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... been added on to in the past year, so we got off the plane into a terminal with air condition! We gathered in the luggage claim where a Haitian who worked for Lifeline met us to help gather over 20 checked bags full of medicines and supplies. As we left the airport to get to our bus we were told to not make eye contact, look down, and follow the person in front of you. There were many Haitians outside who try and sell you souvenirs and who try ...

The Musee du Pantheon National Museum

A travel blog entry by milipatel on Feb 04, 2013

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... for its tropical fruits, which were easy to find. Local food vendors surrounded the museum with delicious tropical fruits such as pineapple, grape fruit, mangoes, and oranges. I did not spend the night seeing as Port-au-Prince is currently a dangerous place at night due to high crime rates. During the day it was mostly safe with Haitian police men patroling the museum area.


January visit

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

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... 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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