Lolll... Wi Bel istwa! Thank you for sharing. Well... I used...

Gigie - October 15 2012, 5:44 AM

Lolll...

Wi Bel istwa! Thank you for sharing.

Well...

I used to go to Bainet and Jacmel every summer as a kid. I remember this river in jofono (not sure if that's how it spells) Bainet.

The water was so clear you can count the white rocks on the bottom of the river.

Although, I have been to Haiti many times but not yet visiting Bainet in over 20 years.

I think if the water looks the same as when I was a kid I will drink it with no hesitation.

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