PHOTO: Driving in Haiti - BAD Road Conditions - Savannette Sou Dlo

PHOTO: Driving in Haiti - BAD Road Conditions - Savannette Sou Dlo

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Look at this photo... Driving in Haiti - look at the BAD Road Conditions in Plateau Central Haiti going to the commune of Savannette Sou Dlo...

Any little rain and cars and trucks get stuck in the mud doing to Savannette.

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