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Islanded in a Sea of Tents

There are tents everywhere. There are tent cities everywhere. The whole Champs de Mars is one enormous tent city, with occasional historical statue sticking its head out of the multicoloured peaks and domes. Pétion looks down from his granite perch; stone-faced Bolivar scans the displaced people.

blather, blather, blather )

HODR

Jun. 17th, 2010 07:54 pm
bcholmes: (haiti)

By Monday morning, the workers prevailed!

Drah-Mah

Jun. 12th, 2010 06:40 pm
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Two days ago, I arrived at the HODR base station in Leyogàn. And there was drama! Drama! Duck!

Here's a Drama, there's a Drama, and another little Drama )

bcholmes: (haiti)

Yesterday, I arrived in the morning and found out what's been happening here since the earthquake. Initially, as I was flying in, things seemed relatively normal. As the plane came in over Site Soley, the neighbourhood seemed pretty-much intact, but I'd already heard that Site Soley didn't get much damage from the quake.

Pictures )

Awake!

Jun. 10th, 2010 11:05 am
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Dear [livejournal.com profile] the_siobhan,

There's a rooster, here, and he's been asking for your phone number.

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