Hotel Kabic Beach Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the kids to sing one of the songs they had learned this week. They sang "Here Comes the Sun" by The Beatles
Little darling, it's been a long cold lonely winter
Little darling, it feels like years since it's been here
Here comes the sun (doo doo doo doo)
Here comes the sun, and I say
It's all right
Hearing them sing so sweetly moved me to tears. Here were these students, living in one of the most difficult areas ...
... hands and yelled creole at them (yes I know chickens probably don't understand creole, but it just seemed like the right thing to do). Well the darn things ran around further into the dishwashing room. Making a ton of noise as they went. So I backtracked and tried to circle around the opposite direction to shoo them back, They were getting a little rowdy at that point and when i waved my arms at them they panicked. The hen backtracked immediately and ran out the door, ...
... 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 ...
... first night, I
greeted Fredo and Wud and a handful of neighborhood boys who helped us unload
gear from the truck and into the respective buildings on the church
property as the sunset and called it a night. The next morning I was up and
out of the church gates, where I found Wud and Fredo waiting for me to march
along the rocky mountain road down to kay Adeline/ Adeline’s house. In true Haitian fashion, I hollered ...
... close contact here in the States because we serve the
I had met FOTC board members, John and Linda Underwood and
Tom Reichert before moving to Haiti last year at a few dinners and had a general idea about the work they did. When I was
living in La Croix last February and the clinic came to town, I’d spend
afternoons and evenings when I had time, on the porch of ...