Driving in Haiti - No Traffic Rules, I feel like that I was in a jungle

Waldy - March 19 2017, 8:06 AM

Good idea. I went to Haiti and I was sad to see what my country become.

No traffic rules.

I feel like that I was in a jungle.

No principles, no traffic light.

We have to change that. The youth is uninspired, every month, a new slogan come up instead of doing something constructive

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