First day in Haiti, in particular in Jacmel, a town on the Southern coast. It’s not easy.
So it’s set, we are going to Haiti from the Dominican Republic, on a boat that will take us with hundreds of others to Marigold, and from there to Jacmel.
A day trip to the Bahia de las Aguilas, a beautiful and secluded beach in a National Park in the Dominican Republic.
We moved from Los Patos to Pedernales, close to the border, to get some information on traveling to Haiti, as it is so difficult to fetch information here.
One more day in Los Patos and nearby San Rafael natural pools; I like this place, it’s quiet and welcoming and food is really good.
We are in Los Patos deciding if a trip to Haiti is worth the hassle and the trouble, the money, the risk. It’s not recommended, but that is not what drives us.
Arrival at Los Patos, a pretty quiet place by the beach in the South-Western coast of the Dominican Republic.
Some thoughts about the people, the habits I’m witnessing while traveling on a bus in the Domincan Republic.
On the first day in Santo Domingo we started our chicken, rice and presidente diet, and we got acquainted with the crazy traffic.
A quick walk in New York during a stopover, from Central Park to Brooklyn, enjoying every single minute in this fascinating city.
I’m always scared before I go on a new trip, because I don’t know what to expect and home is so welcoming and comforting…
The weeks before a trip are always nervous for me, there’s a lot to think about and to plan, I’ve got second thoughts and regrets.