Oh boy! You brought some memories back here especially when...

Rolande Lecorps - July 15 2012, 7:20 PM

Oh boy! You brought some memories back here especially when your parents sent you for the three months vacation period over your grandparents which for me was in Mirebalais.

Never forget those times where you get pampered by your grandma, uncles and aunts and those "patat ak lait" come very handy either for breakfast or supper.

Thanks for bringing those sweet memories back!!!

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