- published: 10 Feb 2012
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After a very nice warm winter here in Haiti, the rainy season has started with diluvian rains like I never seen before. Check this video to give you an idea of what I'm talking about. The video is filmed while we were on the road trying to get back home (It looks like a river but this is actually the main road; what you see floating and running downstream are garbages). With that kind of weather, a regular 15 minutes ride becomes a 2 hours perilous adventure
Video thanks : @milliontreeshaiti
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The Caribbean death toll from Hurricane Sandy rose again sharply on Saturday, even as the storm swirled away toward the U.S. East Coast. Officials said the hurricane system has cost at least 58 lives in addition to destroying or badly damaging thousands of homes. While Jamaica, Cuba and the Bahamas took direct hits from the storm, the majority of deaths and most extensive damage was in impoverished Haiti, where it has rained almost non-stop since Tuesday. The official death toll in Haiti stood at 44 Saturday, but authorities said that could still rise. The country's ramshackle housing and denuded hillsides are especially vulnerable to flooding when rains come. "This is a disaster of major proportions," Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe told The Associated Press. "The whole south is under w...
Scaring everyone, including myself, by taking a motorcycle taxi in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti.