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US State Department issued a US State Department issued a "Haiti Level 4 Do Not Travel" advisory Friday

The US Government warned its citizens not to travel to Haiti on Friday, 14 Feb 2019, due to widespread, violent, and unpredictable demonstrations in...

Haitians consume over 100,000 metric tons of imported chicken each year Haitians consume over 100,000 metric tons of imported chicken each year

Did you know? It takes about 48 days on average to raise a meat chicken to maturity; however, Haitians consume over 100,000 metric tons of imported...

Haiti Blacklisted in Travel sites like Expedia, Orbitz, Hotwire and CheapTickets Haiti Blacklisted in Travel sites like Expedia, Orbitz, Hotwire and CheapTickets

Have you tried booking flights to Haiti or book hotel room reservations in Haiti on booking web sites like Expedia, Orbitz, Hotwire and...

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New York Lottery Win for Life winning ticket, someone beat me to it! New York Lottery Win for Life winning ticket, someone beat me to it!

How many Haitians in New York buy Win For Life scratch off tickets from the NY Lottery hoping to win $1,000 a week for life? Read my true story...

Vegetables in Haiti - Pourpiers / Koupye (purslane in English) Vegetables in Haiti - Pourpiers / Koupye (purslane in English)

Haitians simply love to eat "koupye" called pourpiers in French. In English koupye is called purslane. They call it wild purslane (Portulaca...

Vegetables in Haiti - Cresson / Kreson (watercress in English) Vegetables in Haiti - Cresson / Kreson (watercress in English)

Haitians often love to eat some "cresson" as a salad with their plantain before they eat the diri and sos pwa (rice and beans) Cresson or watercress...