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John Poul

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permalink written by  johnpoul on May 4, 2011 from Cana, Haiti
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Blogger in Haiti During the Earthquake!

From Mexico, Blogger the frog took a trip to Haiti with Erin from The Life and Times of Erin. His trip was originally meant to be a mission trip with Promise For Haiti (http://www.promiseforhaiti.org) but unfortunately the earthquake hit. Because of the massive devastation, Erin did not think...

permalink written by  MommysCamera on January 26, 2010 from Pignon, Haiti
from the travel blog: Blogger the frog Travel Map



The adventures of Greg Geignacio

First day was so great when i got to meet my friends from a long long time now. First we had our dinner at a very nice reto. Chit chats of our past and future really sounds very wonderful.

permalink written by  greg09 on July 13, 2009 from Colorado, Haiti
from the travel blog: Adventures of Greg Art Geignacio



The village

Today we visit a small village around 2h west of Port-au-Prince where Natasha knows some people (she grew up herself in an SOS village for children without parents). The village is set amidst a Field of coconut palms, so for a snack, all we do is pick some coconuts and chop them open. There's a...

permalink written by  bennedich on January 2, 2009 from Grand Goave, Haiti
from the travel blog: Ukraine, Iraq, Iran, etc



National Day of Haiti

First of January is the national day of Haiti, exactly 204 years ago they pushed out the French and became a free country. Haitians celebrate this by eating a traditional pumpkin soup. We eat it at the orphanage. The rest of the day we don't do much, hanging with Natasha and her friends and...

permalink written by  bennedich on January 1, 2009 from Port-au-Prince, Haiti
from the travel blog: Ukraine, Iraq, Iran, etc



New Year's in Haiti

After breakfast, Natasha takes me to a slum area of Port-au-Prince (PAP) to visit an orphanage and a school where she works. It's very very interesting to see since the life here is so completely different from say Sweden or USA. Even at Natasha's place, things are not exactly the way I'm used...

permalink written by  bennedich on December 31, 2008 from Port-au-Prince, Haiti
from the travel blog: Ukraine, Iraq, Iran, etc



At the Haitian border, she asks if I want to marry her...

At 6.45am I go to the Haitian Embassy, outside which there are buses leaving for Haiti. Haiti: the poorest country in the western hemisphere. The bus is already full when I get there, but I'm still sold a ticket. It's handwritten, on the back of a cornflakes box. To accommodate for more...

permalink written by  bennedich on December 30, 2008 from Port-au-Prince, Haiti
from the travel blog: Ukraine, Iraq, Iran, etc



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permalink written by  chubby on November 1, 2008 from Testas, Haiti
from the travel blog: Test Trip



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