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kevin b wrote a review Nov 2018
Fermathe 20 contributions8 helpful votes
Do not visit this area it is continually the venue for what we call manifieststions or riots gunshots a weekly occur ace , some tear gas over the past month tyre burning nearly every day. This is Haiti’s disgrace, it’s on the edge of the worst areas in Port au Prince. It is not safe on the streets for anyone who is not black. Never carry bags, wear expensive jewellery and never open your wallet to a beggar . It’s common practise here for thugs to watch your movements particularly to the banks and then rob you at gunpoint almost always resulting in the victims death. I fear every time I walk out I’m my school to go to the bank or to the stationers a matter of meters away. My recommendation to anyone who plans to visit...DONT. It’s violent filth and racist.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Steve D wrote a review Oct 2018
Prudhoe, United Kingdom22 contributions11 helpful votes
We read about this prior to arriving in Mauritius and thought it would be worth a visit. Very laid back and enjoyable. This racecourse is open every Saturday and is the oldest in the Southern Hemisphere. A bit of fun whether you are into horse racing or not. Enjoyed by the locals and visitors. Worth paying to go into the stands for 200RS and the women go in for free.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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expatayiti wrote a review Jun 2018
Port-au-Prince, Haiti44 contributions20 helpful votes
I recently took a colleague from the states to visit the Chanmas area of Port. We walked the streets around it, visiting notable monuments, museums, etc. The best experience was shopping for souvenirs. Albeit a bit aggressive, there's nothing quite like enjoying an ice cold Prestige in the open air markets while negotiating prices, joking around with the vendors, and enjoying the beautiful weather!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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androidy2k wrote a review May 2018
55 contributions26 helpful votes
Don't go without a local guide as beware of pickpockets. If you're looking for various trinkets and souvenirs, this is a good place to shop
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Date of experience: March 2018
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robinsonlafleur13 wrote a review Apr 2018
Spring Valley, New York55 contributions11 helpful votes
This is a must see when coming to Haiti. There a lot to do down there from food,music and lots of cultural things. I love it down there. There is a museum there and it has a lot of great history. There’s also lots of little shops and stands to buy artwork and souvenirs. The people are a little pushy but that’s expected. Overall great place to spend time when in port au prince.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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