Hotel Kabic Beach Club

Address: Kabic- Pt. Mouillage, Jacmel, Haiti | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kabic- Pt. Mouillage, Jacmel.
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          • Beach
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kabic Beach Club Jacmel

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          Trip That Changed My Life: Haiti

          A travel blog entry by opentravels on May 20, 2013

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          ... of the Haitians that fought to gain their freedom. The Haitian
          Revolution that happened in 1791 was the only victorious revolt by mere
          slaves in the entire course of history and marked the momentous end of
          slavery. When 1804 came, Haiti became a free and independent nation and
          gave birth to the first black republic.

          If you are looking for a different kind of food adventure then you will

          Day 2: Church, Museum, Tour

          A travel blog entry by hahawks on May 19, 2013

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          ... in Haiti.
          After the museum tour we got back on the bus and drove through the city. We saw downtown markets and the slums of Haiti which is literally just pilled up trash on the shoreline of the ocean and that is where the poorest of the poor live. We also drove past a neighborhood where you can go and escape the police. It is said to be so dangerous that not even Haitians want to go there and that's where people running from the law go to hide. In the markets we could see ...

          Got to Haiti

          A travel blog entry by ivangui on May 02, 2013

          ... agents ready to take your luggage. It didn't seem as bad as TO people said. Alberto took awhile to arrive but it was a friendly guy when he came. We went straight to canape vart, Digicel offices. Driving through the city offered beautiful views. All the public transportation cars, called tap-tap, are pick up vans colorfully decorated and carrying the people on the truck. One can still see a few buildings semi-damaged from the earthquake and many tents in ...

          The Orphanage

          A travel blog entry by cksmith1 on Mar 10, 2013

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          ... and oral motor issues (thank you Erin!).
          We spent several hours the first Saturday but yesterday we mostly dropped off equipment, and I gave (Stephenson- my little buddy) his pressure vest. He clung to me again and when I got up to leave he tried to walk with me, holding onto my leg. The other two therapists had been holding toddlers too, and we started a mass riot in the toddler ...

          Lekol Anglais/ English School

          A travel blog entry by sstinson on Oct 15, 2012

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          ... Over the summer, the program evolved from weekend only classes to weekday classes taught by Rones & Sonson at different times. Adult learners slowly stopped attending class, while more and more young people continued to show up as the summer progressed. CEL, Rones & Sonson were flexible and worked with shifting interests and scheduling needs.

          Friends of the Children, the medical group that I worked with on this trip, ended up hiring two of the ...