It's way to warm to shovel snow in Haiti but you can wear a Tuque fishing!!! Within minutes, this fisherman set out to greet us in his local wooden boat which is called BOIS FOUILLE (a mango tree hollowed out and shaped into a canoe type boat) to sell us lobster, fish and conch.
Ile de la Gonave, Haiti January 10th 2007 Wednesday January 10 2007
Ile de la Gonave, Haiti
It has been, believe it or not, five weeks since we arrived in Haiti. We are still adjusting to the daily life and the culture here, a true challenge in itself. Many here say that you never get used to this country… you just accept and adapt to how things are. We are starting to believe that this is true. Most times, we feel as if we are mi ... read more
Central America Caribbean » Haiti The native Arawak Amerindians - who inhabited the island of Hispaniola when it was discovered by Columbus in 1492 - were virtually annihilated by Spanish settlers within 25 years. In the early 17th century, the French established a presence on Hispan... ... read more
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Annie & Eric
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