My window with a garden view in Haiti vs garden view in the United States!

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Woody says...

Ozetazini, le yon diaspora di w li gen "Garden View," zeb wi LOL... Garden view en Haiti se pye bannan, pye mayi, pwa kongo bagay moun ka manje. more »

Frednel says...

Mesye m'ave nou. LOL! In US no such thing as "garden" all see is zeb like Woody says. Yet, they called it garden view. But in Haiti, you have... more »

F Etienne says...

You are in paradise. I envy you... more »

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