Wow you do need a 4 wheels drive, a good one. I am a...

Dear Brothers - May 12 2013, 9:34 AM

Wow you do need a 4 wheels drive, a good one. I am a professional photographer, I have been every where in Haiti.

Trust me, this part of Haiti is the worst part. I am from the Bahamas Haitian parents when you plan to go there, lets meet there in Haiti.

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