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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...More
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...More
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...More
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...More
Champ de Mars is a beautiful public square in the capital of Haiti. Several statues of Haiti's founding fathers dot Champs de Mars. Namely, Toussaint Louverture, Jean-Jacques Dessalines, Alexander Pétion and Henri Christophe, Le Marron Inconnu (the Unknown Slave), the priceless statue of the unknown...More
You must see this neighborhood because it is the spot where true revolution took place many times. It is a place of the people and you can feel it. A nice park filled with the locals and it is very safe though it may not...More
... the rest of the city, and the rest of the whole country.
A part of it includes the carefully kept gardens around the national Pantheon. Guess what, these gardens are well kept. They include a view at the nearby senseless unfinished pyramid of some...More
This is the place to be if you want to hang out in Port-au-Prince in the afternoon , if you want to enjoy a beer , or if you just want to watch local people . Meeting haitians and starting a conversation is really made...More
Its a gathering place, at least that's what it was created for. It is ugly, dirty and laden with merchants selling their wares in droves. Expect to be assaulted with people in your face to buy souvenirs. It is best to go there around sunset...More