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... the show. “I always questioned how my dad could fall asleep…anywhere. Like at a sporting event. And I fell asleep in a musical!” –Owen Reid Most unique moment of the day: Stepping foot onto another country without our passports. Coolest moment of the day: Watching a Broadway show (Chicago) aboard a cruise ship in the Caribbean. Quote of the day: “Free to look. No pressure.” –Haitians at ...
... a tourist trip, Haiti was a life changing experience for me. The country has unbelievable divisions in wealth with about 70% of people completely unemployed. The extreme poverty is completely paralyzing and unimaginable. The country is so beautiful but needs so much help. One of the people answering that call for help is a close friend of Ryan, Mark Jacobs (this is from the facebook page of "Growing Haiti", his organization):
With the support ...
... IDB, and the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund provide stability and trust. Since 2009, President Clinton has secured more than 60 commitments to Haiti from several sectors , nearing $300 million in recovery and redevelopment including big green energy projects (wind, solar, other) , schools and clinics, US manufacturing interests, new Industrial Centers and his favorite, travel & tourism. Fun Fact: The Clintons honeymooned in Haiti in the 1970’s. It ...
... this league is much more of a spectator draw and is played 7 on 7 with small wooden goals about 4 feet wide and 2 feet high and no designated goalie who can use his hands. There's a permanent stage set up next to the field where they put a big PA system and have play by play as well as music for intermissions or random points during the game. Between the music, all the people, and the fast paced game it really is a great way to spend the ...
... were lots of representatives there to pick up things. It felt kind of good to be waiting with all the other "not-so-blans" who came to pick up supplies and volunteers but had been working in Haiti for a while, and then looking over at the people getting off the plane who were clearly on their first visit. It was cool to talk to some of them and learn about all their different projects. There was one lady who came in with her four kids, who ...
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24 B, Cap-Haitien | Hotelfrom $45
Route Nationale 1, Vertieres, Cap-Haitien | Hotelfrom $58
Rue 90, Boulevard Carenage, Cap-Haitien | Hotelfrom $60