Haiti, the most beautiful, the most colorful and the poorest, hmmmm...

In a New York Times article, a former American diplomat describes Haiti as "the most beautiful, the most colorful and the poorest" of all the countries he lived and worked in. The former vacation paradise still has a faded beauty, he says.

Tourists at the Beach in Club Indigo beach resort in Montrouis Haiti

Today there are conflicting signs about where Haiti is going, he writes. If you read the full article, published on the New York Times, from a foreigner's stand point who love the country, there is hope for the Haiti.

Regarding all the travel warning issued by the US State Department about Haiti, "an admonition that has been in place for as long as I can remember," he says.

Read: "In Haiti, Tracing a Paradise Lost" by Peter Kujawinski

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