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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    Travel Blogs from Jacmel

    Trip That Changed My Life: Haiti

    A travel blog entry by opentravels on May 20, 2013

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    ... pleasure indulging in the delectable Haitian cuisine. You
    will never be able to sample the real deal unless you try it in Haiti.
    You can only get a delightful Haiti food experience if you will taste it
    in the place of origin as many food establishments in Haiti offer them
    without reservations.

    Contrary to what most people believe, Voodoo is not something
    frightening and dreadful - it is a ...

    Day 2: Church, Museum, Tour

    A travel blog entry by hahawks on May 19, 2013

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    ... pronounced) which is Creole for water. As we drove away they chanted "hungry" over and over.
    We arrived back at the Lifeline compound to the village children playing soccer. While dinner was being prepared we went down to the soccer field to watch them play. Some of the smaller children who were watching came over to us and tried to talk. However it was very difficult because they didn't speak much English beyond "What is your name?" and we didn't speak any Creole. We ended ...

    Cha-cha Real Smooth

    A travel blog entry by katrina.pierre on Apr 03, 2013

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    ... he couldn't resist "How low can you go, can you go down low?" I guess this is why music/dance is international. At the end of the day Ricot told me how happy he was that we showed the kids the dance. He liked the exercise component and the fact that they had to learn to listen for the directions. During our lunch break I saw him copying the steps from the board so I promised I'd send him a Youtube video of the dance.

    That evening for dinner ...

    Things I learned or re-learned in Haiti

    A travel blog entry by jimandabby1 on Nov 13, 2012

    ... always smile even if they don't have shoes or food. All you have to do is smile at them first:) 2. We are ALL God's children and the only thing that separates us is distance. And the #1 thing I re-learned in Haiti............. 1. Our God is always loving, caring, and forgiving and He loves us all no matter our circumstances. Thanks be to God for this amazing opportunity and for a country that has forever changed the way I look at ...

    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 ...