PHOTO: Haiti - Fig Fran

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PHOTO: Haiti - Fig Fran

Gade photo saa... Haiti - Nan peyi-m Hinche, yo rele fig sa yo FIG FRAN... Fig gro nèg, yo bon, yo pret pou pete po a le yo mi... LOL...

Nan pey'an m, 3 grenn fig sa yo koute 25 goud... Moun Potoprens yo konbyen nou peye pou you grenn fig konsa? E ou menm Diaspora???

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