Every country has it's unsafe aspect, nevertheless tourist...

Flo - June 26 2013, 5:12 PM

Every country has it's unsafe aspect, nevertheless tourist still go there.

Haiti have been abused through the media that people are afraid.

No should go to Mexico, it's dangerous and corrupted, money gets you a speedy process there but that don't stop tourist from going to that country.

I can't wait for the day Haiti is one of the best and safest place to go on vacation.

#loving and defending my country.

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