Haiti Travel Guide

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Scientists reveal, taking a daytime nap is great for your health Scientists reveal, taking a daytime nap is great for your health

When was the last time you took a 1-hour nap during the day, especially you hard working Haitians in the Diaspora? Did you know, Taking a nap during...

21-year veteran Haitian Police officer commits suicide 21-year veteran Haitian Police officer commits suicide

Croix-des-Bouquets Haiti - After 21 years of service to the Haitian National Police force, Officer Lorenso Loyer decided to end his life in police...

Does Superstition play a BIG role in the non-development of Haiti and the Haitian mindset? Does Superstition play a BIG role in the non-development of Haiti and the Haitian mindset?

99.9 percent of the Haitians are superstitious. I was surprised to be listening to a famous journalist in Haiti yesterday who thinks it is normal...

Haitian Photo Stories...

Haiti - Jean-Jacques Dessalines and Alexandre Petion Haiti - Jean-Jacques Dessalines and Alexandre Petion

Here is a photo of two of Haiti's founding fathers Jean-Jacques Dessalines and Alexandre Petion. Jean-Jacques Dessalines was a leader of the Haitian...

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...

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...