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A day in Labadee, Haiti: adventure and relaxation

How to spend an ideal day in Labadee, Haiti - cruise port and private peninsula of Royal Caribbean. It's cruise travel at its finest.

The Fort of Picolet located north of Haiti build in 1739 it is also surrounded by other Forts. Such as the Forts of Maguy, Fort Belly, Fort- aux- Dames and the Fort of Saint-Joseph.

Here's what you need to plan a perfect Southwest of USA road trip. Guide, Itinerary, Tips and Map. A World to Travel

Priestess Miriam of the Voodoo Spiritual Temple

Old Town Scottsdale - Galleries, shops galore . . . twelve foot greeter at corner of Scottsdale Rd. & Main Street . . . by famous cowboy artist Monte Flagg.

Moulin Sur Mer, a resort today but an authentic sugarcane plantation dating back to the 18th century. A must see at this resort is the Ogier-Fombrun Museum with artifacts dating back to pre-Columbian time. To walk the grounds of an old plantation where your ancestors were held against there will, and to walk on the same grounds today freely because of the accomplishments of those ancestors is an experience that cannot be explain, but felt. Discover Haïti Tour 2017.

At our most trying we always believe Haïti has it in her to always persevere no matter the obstacles. We thank the creator for all our love ones in the north that are safe and we keep in our prays and thoughts our brothers and sisters in the south that weren't as lucky. We believe in our ability to hold each other up at our most difficult time. We are the change we seek and we are enough to make a difference. L'union Fait La Force

Twenty Seven Waterfalls Of Rio Damajagua (North Coast, Dominican Republic)

"...Henry Christophe erected a monument essentially to bring to their feet a People the brutality of slavery had bought to their knees..." •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• These are the narrated words from the documentary "Citadelle Musee" the history of Citadelle Henry Haïti by Moun Studio. On the anniversary of his birth and our current struggles, We rose up then and We will do so now. Remembering our King Henry I, born on October 6, 1767