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Moun Damou Pa Kite - Haitian Saying...

Moun Damou Pa Kite - Haitian Saying...

There is a famous Haitian saying "Moun Damou Pa Kite" (People in love stay together) --- You think that's true?

Famous Haitian music band Skah Shah even sings about it: "Moun damou pa kite, Romeo e Juliet, Ferdinand, Isabelle..."

I know many "Moun Damou" who end up leaving each other (kite)

On the other hand, I know a few people who have been together for a very long time but I would not necessarily call them "Moun Damou." Their relationship falls more on the category of another Haitian saying "Tout Abitid Se Vis" LOL...

What do you think about that?

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Men vs Women - How are men and women different?

Men vs Women - How are men and women different?

Question: Are men and women the same of are they different? You often hear Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus, actually it is the title of a book written by American author and relationship counselor John Gray, but what is it about men and women.

I like these phrases by Mark B. Kastleman regarding the differences between the male and female brain:

Men can narrowly focus their brains on specific tasks or activities for long periods of time without tiring. Women are better equipped to divide their attention among multiple activities or tasks.

Men are able to separate information, stimulus, emotions, relationships, etc. into separate compartments in their brains, while women tend to link everything together.

In your opinion, how are men and women different, or are they?

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Fresh Organic Spinach from Haiti

Fresh Organic Spinach from Haiti

In the area where I live in Central Haiti, fresh organic spinach is available year-round.

We spoke to a local in the area and she told us this fresh spinach that reaches the marketplace in Hinche everyday is produces near the lakes of Pandiassou.

Thanks to the rain water captured in these man made lakes that farmers continue to cultivate in the dry season. They mainly produce vegetables like peppers, onions, tomatoes, spinach, cabbages, and more.

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Flag of Haiti And Dominican Republic

Flag of Haiti And Dominican Republic

Here is a morphed picture of the flag of Haiti and the Dominican Republic to used in articles written about the relationship between Haitians and Dominicans

For tourist Info about Haiti visit:
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For tourist info about the Dominican Republic Visit
DominicanTravelBlog.com

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Haiti Change wi, l-ap tann ou

Haiti Change wi, l-ap tann ou

Haiti has changed, Haiti is waiting for you to change

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CHITAI Haiti - In Vitro Fertilization

CHITAI Haiti - In Vitro Fertilization

The Haitian Centre of Investigation and Advanced Treatment of Infertility is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of reproductive problems including infertility and repeated abortions.

Initiative of a group of Haitian doctors, specialists in infertility, CHITAI in partnership with Duke University offers an alternative to the thousands of men and women who will no longer have to leave the Haiti for treatment in a foreign land.

CHITAI offers to the Haitian population, a wide range of modern services for the treatment of infertility.

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Haiti In The African Union

Haiti In The African Union

Haiti may soon become the latest member of the African Union, The first member country of the African Union that is not in the African Continent

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La Saint Bible - The Holy Bible (French)

La Saint Bible - The Holy Bible (French)

Photo the la Saint Bible - Here is a photo of the holy bible in French

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Haiti Elections - CEP, KEP, CTCEP, Tout C P

Haiti Elections - CEP, KEP, CTCEP, Tout C P

An Haiti, Tout moun vle Conseil Electoral la men dènye "P" frè-m, yo pa ka dakò sou li... gen sa ki vle li Pwovizwa, gen zòt ki vle li Pèmanan, men jiskaprezan, "P" a vle di "Plume ne Grouille"

Li atik saa: Haiti Elections - CEP, KEP, CTCEP - "P" a vle di "Plume ne Grouille"

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TELEDJOL - The Grapevine Adding More Chaos To Haiti

TELEDJOL - The Grapevine Adding More Chaos To Haiti

The March 2012 Haiti scare was another example of how Haiti's national grapevine, the "teledjol" -- Creole for "telemouth" -- can quickly add yet more chaos to this already messy country.

One senator warned of a panic. Another said things were going to be hot.

Neither gave any details, but that didn't matter:

Within minutes of their comments on the radio, hundreds of shops closed, schools canceled classes and seemingly everyone rushed home. (The Associated Press)

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