The streets of Les Cayes, on Mainland Haiti. Les Cayes is one of Haiti’s major ports.
Trash lined coast. You take a small boat in & then get out & on a man’s back to be brought to shore.
Scooters are the mode of transporation.
Traveling in back of pick up truck to visit Little Footprints Big Steps transition homes for boys & girls.
laundry in buckets
s/v Oceans has arrived!
Removing some of the sails that were donated from the cockpit of s/v Oceans.
Ile a Vache children
Flip Flops used in fishing nets.
moored in the mangroves
Capt. Ziggy with Rick
Colorful local Haitian boat.
Us with Pastor Ray
Local town meeting on donation of sails.
Emptying Port Forward Compartment.
Dinghy ride to shore.
Foreign Missionary Evangelist
common sailing freighter
molds used for lobster havens
used for lobster homes
Rafted to s/v Tandamere
Wagner, friends of Ile a Vache Cruisers
Lillian, helping with all the sails.
All the dogs pretty much look the same.
Getting her Worship on!
These were all over, every street corner, LOTTO, not banks!
Whole fish dinner
Bringing jugs to well to bring water home.
Pretty amazing how the woman & girls can do this…
Colorful Haitian boat
Hand making fishing nets.
Drying corn on streets
Drying fish on streets
Harbour in Ile a Vache
working at the well
Departure Ile a Vache, next stop Jamaica.
While unloading in Les Cayes, Haiti, s/v Oceans got boarded by the Haitian Coast Guard and Haitian police, with armed weapons. We had transferred most of the donations into large black trash bags, tried to remove all cardboard for fear of cockroach eggs. Guess we looked a bit suspicious! They were just doing their jobs, looking for drugs, weapons & animals. We had nothing to hide!
the captain on the coast guard boat kept hitting the starboard side of s/v Oceans.