PHOTO: Trois Roches Haiti - a Muddy Road

PHOTO: Trois Roches Haiti - a Muddy Road

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Look at this photo... Getting to Trois Roches, a small village outside Hinche (1ère section), Centre Haiti, is not easy... When it rains, it's worse because the road to get there is so muddy.

The funny thing is, it's only minutes from Bassin Zim, a tourist destination in the Plateau Central.


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