We spent our last night in Haiti at the Methodist compound in Port-au-Prince. The compound provides dormitory-style rooms and meals for missionaries who are passing through Port-au-Prince and working in Haiti.
It is quite a large facility. There are buildings for adult education, a K-12 school for 1,600 children, a vocational school, several homes for pastors and a church. The offices for the Methodist bishop of Haiti are also on the grounds.
Lottery ticket booths can be found even in the countryside.
Port-au-Prince and the Caribbean Sea.
Hillside homes in Port-au-Prince.
Street vendors working hard for a living.
– Pam Jones