|a statue of some kind. Must be someone who made a difference in Haiti.|
|We saw a couple houses like this. Almost resemble old Victorian style houses. There is more wood on this house than others that we've seen.|
|A doctors office that we passed. The first clinic of this setting that I've seen.|
|I have no idea what the tower in the back ground is.|
|We noticed many houses and buildings that still had earthquake damage. This is one of them.|
|Here's Haiti's initial constitution when they became free from France.|
|A building having some work done. Look closely you can see earthquake cracks.|
|Another earthquake damaged building|
|Men working on a cement sidewalk.|
|Look at the cluster of houses/shacks.|
|Another cluster. These people live is such close quarters.|
Then we ventured to down town Port au Prince where we saw many buildings that were partially destroyed by the earthquake 3 years ago. We saw a couple areas where there was close knit tent/tarp villages mostly hidden behind high cement walls.
I do hope to have another opportunity to travel and work in other parts of the world, maybe I'll return here some day. Who knows!
Happy Ending! Au Revior!