Des lignes de chemin de fer pour d

Psychologue Henri-claude - June 4 2011, 9:07 AM

La Madeleine (France).

le 1er juin 2011
Bonjour'

Des lignes de chemin de fer pour d

REPLY to this message

Return to Message List

Messages and comments from our readers...

Haiti Business - Reginald Boulos wants to reopen his Delimart Supermarkets within 24 months Haiti Business - Reginald Boulos wants to reopen his Delimart Supermarkets within 24 months

A few weeks after loosing millions of dollars in his Delimart supermarket chains vandalized and set on fire during a violent protest weekend in...

Third plane load of Haitian immigrants arrive in Haiti from Chile Third plane load of Haitian immigrants arrive in Haiti from Chile

A third planeload of Haitian immigrants who are voluntarily returning to Haiti arrived in Haiti Monday. 179 Haitians left Chile and returned to...

Montreal Canada: Street protest against the deportation of Haitians Montreal Canada: Street protest against the deportation of Haitians

A group of Canadians, mostly of Haitian decent, massed in front of the offices of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Montreal to say no to the...

Haitian Photo Stories...

PHOTO: Monseigneur Guire Poulard, Hinche Haiti PHOTO: Monseigneur Guire Poulard, Hinche Haiti

Here is a photo of Monseigneur Guire Poulard at the ordination Monseigneur Desinord Jean at Hinche Cathedral. Monseigneur Guire Poulard was...

Cooking: A Haitian woman mashing up poireau (leek), with garlic and other spices in her pilon Cooking: A Haitian woman mashing up poireau (leek), with garlic and other spices in her pilon

All my life, I've seen the Haitian women in my house mash up poireau (leek), with garlic and other spices in their "pilon" to use as natural...

Cooking Haitian Style: Spice it up with some leek, parsley and Tomatoes Cooking Haitian Style: Spice it up with some leek, parsley and Tomatoes

Many Haitians use these tasty vegetables to spice up their foods everyday: Poireau (leek), Persil (parsley), and tomate (tomato). I my house, I stay...