Overlooking earth's longest porch, the legendary Grand Hotel's massive dining room, serving four thousand meals daily, is being prepared with an elegant tablescape to greet dinner time diners, clad in dresses or mandatory coat and tie.
The moment I told different people that I’m going to Haiti, I received almost the same reactions from each one of them, “Whattt?”, “Why Haiti?”, “Haiti is dangerous!”, “Don’t go!”, “That’s crazy!”, and so on.
If you check out Haiti on the U.S. Department of State website, you will read, “Haiti - Level 3: Reconsider travel to Haiti due to crime and civil unrest.”
If you search for articles about Haiti, published by various publications, you will run into many warning titles similar to USA Today’s article “Dangers in Travel to Haiti”.
Why I decided to visit Haiti as a tourist?
I’ve visited all 26 Caribbean island nations, working on a travel guide for that region in the world. Haiti was the last Caribbean island nation left for me to explore in order to complete my travel guide.
I decided to go and check for myself what is the real situation in that country and if it’s possible to enjoy as a tourist what that island has to offer.
Follow my trip to find out more!
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