Rivyè

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Our ti kay holds a special point on the mountain road by being parallel to an opening along the river. The community has long built its homes adjacent to this running water, and… Continue reading

Plateau Tessere 2

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Plateau Tessere

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Being woken up at 6:45 by roosters on consecutive days means having a lot of idle time in the mornings. It’s been said that one becomes accustomed enough to sleep though their seemingly… Continue reading

Ti Kays sur la Plage

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Ti Kay

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Ti kay is the Creole term meaning “small house.” Mostly these houses rely on the availability of local materials and the ability of local builders to create wonderfully livable small spaces out of… Continue reading

Premye Jou

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Port Au Prince

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Sophie made and observation last night that even when you are arriving at the American airport for your flight to Haiti, you essentially already have one foot in the door. She could not… Continue reading

16 Hours to Port au Prince

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We are more than ready to leave for our trip. We’ve been shopping, prepping, packing…repacking and have done more than a little reading concerning our destination. One of the most informative and eloquently… Continue reading

Unshaken

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Watch Video & Visit Website.   Charity:Water has been helping Haiti recover from the 2010 earthquake by providing long-term clean water solutions. 100% of the money raised funded clean water projects to serve more… Continue reading

Little History Lesson

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It seems appropriate to give a little background about this fascinating country we are about to experience. After fighting off slavery, surviving dreadful civil wars, innumerable massacres and extremely oppressive leadership, Haitians are… Continue reading