Visa Lodge

Route des Nîmes, Port-au-Prince, Haiti | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Port-au-Prince

Kits for girls in Lagrange.

A travel blog entry by melsharpie


Amazing day. Went to remote community and handed out the days for girls sanitary kits. Drove about an hour and a half. 9 of us in truck with 150 banana 150 coke and 150 PB sandwiches. Got all the girls together on a church. Brought a translator she was hilarious. She called herself a 'city girl'. It was like asking someone from calgary about snowmobiling. Saw lots of rice fields. Lots of donkeys. Pigs. And chickens. We had to walk for about half an hour and sent all our supplies on the ...

Water Truck day 2 and Grace Village Faith Lesson

A travel blog entry by lnesgoda


... have our translators who are looking out for us though! they are fantastic! but yesterdays water truck experience was a way different. it seemed like there were twice the amount of people waiting in line and it also seemed like they were twice as active and not as patient. it was harder to do physically and emotionally. the desperation for the water and love and attention was really clear. In line for the water they were much more pushy and there ...

Delia Laws--Very tough life

A travel blog entry by bcdtravelhaiti


... was crying because she was so hungry. One of our Haitian translators bought a snack out of his own money so the 2 children would have some food.

The Great Commission Alliance (GCA) campus where our BCD School of Hope is located employs about 35 people from house mothers at the orphanage, security guards, translators, teachers, cooks, the 12 year old helpers and others. Each of these 35 ...

Day 2: Church, Museum, Tour

A travel blog entry by hahawks


... photos with them. They loved looking through our pictures on our phones and taking pictures of themselves. Many don't have mirrors or have never seen themselves so they giggled when we turned our cameras around to face them. They would make funny faces and stick their tongues out. We ate dinner which was prepared by a Haitian woman all from scratch. It was the most delicious food I have ever had in my life. After dinner we prepared our lunches for the next day, prepared our bags, and went to bed.

Day 1: Arrival

A travel blog entry by hahawks


... just everywhere there was trash in large piles. Once the rain came it would wash everything away and out of the city. The smells were VERY strong and different than that at home. There were smells of body waste and burning or barbequing. It took some time to get use to the smells without them taking your breath away and even at times during the trip some smells were stronger at times. It was very hot, but not humid at all like I had expected it ...

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This hotel, located on Route des Nîmes, Port-au-Prince, is near The Citadelle, Barbancourt Rum Distillery, and Saut-Mathurine.
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