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December 22nd 2006
Published: December 25th 2006
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December 22nd 2006

Returning to Port Au Prince

After leaving the boat in Montrouis, we took route via automobile for Port au Prince, where we are at the moment at the Letendre’s home. We have a few holiday gatherings that we will be attending, and should be back onboard by later this week.

Montrouis is approximately a one hour drive,, if there is no traffic in Port au Prince! Which is almost all the time in the Port au Prince, traffic that is! The route is from paved with tons of potholes to dirt road,, and you have to keep a close eye on the oncoming traffic, locals walk along the road, and trucks and cars with no lights on (or working).

It’s very hard to be away from home and the ones we love during the holidays, but we want everyone to know that you are in our hearts and our thoughts.

We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and happy New Year filled with good health, prosperity, fair wind and following seas!..


Cheers,
Annie & Eric
www.WeBeSailing.com



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Haitian sharpening knifes road side, in Port au Prince Haitian sharpening knifes road side, in Port au Prince
Haitian sharpening knifes road side, in Port au Prince

Haitian sharpening knifes road side, in Port au Prince
Over loaded sugarcane truck broken downOver loaded sugarcane truck broken down
Over loaded sugarcane truck broken down

You see over loaded trucks everywhere
Local Road Side Restaurants Local Road Side Restaurants
Local Road Side Restaurants

These are the road side restaurants we are talking about, guarantied to mark your shorts!!
UN in Port au PrinceUN in Port au Prince
UN in Port au Prince

UN presents everywhere here in Port au Prince
The Letendre’s Port au Prince home The Letendre’s Port au Prince home
The Letendre’s Port au Prince home

This is where we are staying during our stay in Port au Prince.
Early morning view for aboardEarly morning view for aboard
Early morning view for aboard

This is the view we have from aboard in Montrouis.
Tony & Mimi Acra’s Beach houseTony & Mimi Acra’s Beach house
Tony & Mimi Acra’s Beach house

This is where the mooring is at the Acra’s Beach house in Montrouis. As you can see it is not Port au Prince.
Tony & Mimi Acra’s Beach houseTony & Mimi Acra’s Beach house
Tony & Mimi Acra’s Beach house

This is where the mooring is at the Acra’s Beach house in Montrouis. As you can see it is not Port au Prince.
Tony & Mimi Acra’s Beach houseTony & Mimi Acra’s Beach house
Tony & Mimi Acra’s Beach house

This is where the mooring is at the Acra’s Beach house in Montrouis. As you can see it is not Port au Prince.
Tony & Mimi Acra’s Beach houseTony & Mimi Acra’s Beach house
Tony & Mimi Acra’s Beach house

This is where the mooring is at the Acra’s Beach house in Montrouis. As you can see it is not Port au Prince.


26th December 2006

joyeux noel
Salut annie et eric, c est toujours avec enthousiasme que j ouvre ton blog. Seulement quelques jours sans vos nouvelles et me voilà inquiet..Haiti, c est Haiti. Merci de nous faire decouvrir ce coin cache de la planete. Vos photos sont magnifiques.. Je suis en floride, actuellement, avec ma famille pour le temps des fetes, et j avoue, le confort est different d avec la vie de haiti. je vous souhaite un super temps des fetes, et un 2007 plein de belles aventures.... salut capt eric serge
28th September 2009

nou menm haitien nou tro salop sispann kraze haiti.paske yo pale nou tro mal nan peyi etranje an nou fe yon efo tanpri

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