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Bicentennial Tower, Haiti
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Bicentennial Tower, Haiti – Uncommon Attraction

An unmistakeable air of sorrow surrounds Haiti's Bicentennial Tower. You can feel the missed opportunity here; Haiti's greatness unrealized.
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Ogier-Fombrun Museum, Haiti
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Ogier-Fombrun Museum – Stirring History by the Sea in Haiti

At the Ogier-Fombrun Museum in Haiti, the pain of slavery is juxtaposed with a lavish colonial estate to create a provocative conscious travel experience.
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Travel to Haiti Carnival 2020
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Travel to Haiti? In 2020? Recent Positive Signs Point to a Comeback

A month into 2020 and it looks like travel to Haiti may be primed for a rebound. The return of the country's vibrant Carnival is a big reason why.
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Days After Your Departure
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Days After Your Departure – NYC to Haiti With The Memory of Mom

Days After Your Departure, a short film by Joekenneth Museau traces his journey from New York to Haiti as he comes to terms after his losing his mother.
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Surf cottage, Kabic Beach, Haiti | SBPR
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Surf Cottages Along Kabic Beach, Haiti

Nowhere in Haiti is surfing more prevalent than on the shores of Cayes-Jacmel, particularly the quiet enclave of Kabic Beach.
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Southern Haiti Adventure: Leaping into Bassin Bleu
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Southern Haiti Adventure: Leaping into Bassin Bleu

The series of natural pools and waterfalls that comprise Bassin Bleu make for an incomparable southern Haiti adventure.
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Haitian Vodou loa Bizango | SBPR
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There’s Nothing To Fear From Haitian Vodou… Except Maybe This Guy

As with any religion, there's a dark side to Haitian Vodou. It's not all encompassing, as the mainstream media and Hollywood would have you believe.
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Pikliz from Haiti
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Pikliz: A Hot Taste of Haiti That Goes With Everything

Pikliz, like pepper sauce in the English-speaking Caribbean, is served with everything in Haiti. Breakfast, lunch, dinner!
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Mizik Twoubadou, Haiti | SBPR
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Twoubadou Folk Music, The True Sound and Soul of Haiti

Twoubadou folk music traces its origins to the early 1900s, when seasonal migrant laborers from Haiti traveled to Cuba to work the cane fields.
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