Tap Tap, Haiti - Pimp my Tap Tap!

Haiti Fact: Did you know that there are colorful buses and vans known as 'share taxis' in Haiti or Tap Taps.

Haiti Tap Tap Bus - Photo Courtesy of Uncornered Market - "Blogging the Caribbean"

Hey its a Haiti Tap Tap Bus! That is where we got the name for our Vi Bella Tap Tap scarf!

Nigel Owen - Illustrated map of Haiti

Nigel Owen - An illustrated map of Haiti produced for the UK edition of 'Traveller' magazine (National Geographic)

Tap-tap buses waiting to get full and depart for their regular route in the downtown of Port-au-Prince.

Tap-tap buses waiting to get full and depart for their regular route in the downtown of Port-au-Prince. May Jesus change their hearts!

Vue Sur Mer - Restaurant in Kabic, Cayes Jacmel, Haiti. http://www.haitigotit.com/ #Kabik #Haiti

Vue Sur Mer - Restaurant in Kabic, Cayes Jacmel, Haiti…

17 Photos To Inspire You To Visit Haiti — beachbox

17 Photos To Inspire You To Visit Haiti

Sometimes it is impossible to know where you are headed without reflecting on where you came from. Understanding your heritage, your roots and your ancestry is an important part of carving out your future.

Haiti..Ohhh the tap taps. We gotta save up for this. I want to go next year. @I

The tap taps. When they drove by us, you could see people piled up in them banging on tamborines and singing.

This July we are celebrating Milot, Haiti, home of Hôpital Sacré Coeur! Among the historical places to visit in Milot are the ruins of the Sans Souci Palace. Built in the early 1800’s for ruler Henri Christophe, Sans Souci Palace is currently in ruins as a result of and earthquake in 1842, and has never been reconstructed.  As you can see in these photos by photographers Patti Gabriel and Nathan MacFarland, Sans Souci Palace is a beautiful structure even in its destructed state.

Milot, Haiti - the ruins of the Sans Souci Palace. Built in the early for ruler Henri Christophe, Sans Souci Palace is in ruins as a result of and earthquake in 1842

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