Hotel Kabic Beach Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... guy seemed to touch all of the artifacts. Serge told us all about how Haiti and the Dominican Republic were separated, and about all of the emperors, and the slaves, and the Jewish people here, and the Polish people here, and every single other thing about Haiti. After the museum we saw the presidential palace that was destroyed in the earthquake to take some pics. Then we went to the iron market, which did not sell anything made out of iron. It was in a very ...
... 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.
Got to the airport. Remember me again to be clear on how much I want to be charged and not let that decision be made by who needs to charge me. Flew through JFK. Got to Haiti just past noon. There was an Haitian band playing by the exit of the plane towards customs welcoming people. It sounded and felt nice to have a caribbean welcome. First impressions of the city were better than expected. Airport seem newly remodeled and ready for business. Lots of ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...