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Haiti Fish Farming: Jan 12 (Kevin)

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Haiti Fish Farming: Jan 12 (Kevin)

As our week comes to a close, we had planned to spend the last couple of days at the university, but when in Haiti one must remain flexible because there is always an opportunity for last minute changes to a planned schedule that just adds to the excitement of the week.

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Haiti Fish Farming: Jan 11 (Kevin)

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Haiti Fish Farming: Jan 11 (Kevin)

Today the gasoline shortage came to an end and it was also the only day we travelled on foot and stayed in the Haute Limbe area, ironically. The university is making progress and the nursing pond is being filled up with water as I write this entry.

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Haiti Fish Farming: Jan 10 (Kevin)

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Haiti Fish Farming: Jan 10 (Kevin)

It’s hard to believe its already the middle of the week...time does not slow down here in Haiti either. Today was a very productive day. The fuel shortage is still on and since we have already mastered the “Tap Tap” it was time to try something new. We started off on a three wheel motor vehicle which I won’t go into detail about, but as we drove away, Dr Manno could not stop laughing. I’m pretty sure I heard him whisper under his breath, “they are crazy” under."

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Haiti Fish Farming: Jan 7 (Kevin)

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Haiti Fish Farming: Jan 7 (Kevin)

Arrived in Cap-Hatian this afternoon from Miami with Randy Bevis. When we finally sorted through the chaotic process of collecting our bags and clearing customs, we arrived outside the airport looking for our lift (Dr Manno).

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