Former Base Camp

Pastor going for the fresh mango and pineapple 🙂

As of May 2018 we are staying at a new place:

Info about the former Base Camp in Port-au-Prince

It has sleeping quarters, a dining room, an outside eating area, and restrooms with showers. There’s no hot water but showers are refreshing after sweating in the Caribbean heat. A kitchen staff cooks up mostly traditional Haitian food, which means fresh mango, pineapple, banana, cantaloupe, bacon, and eggs for breakfast and for dinner lots of rice, beans and chicken. The city power comes on and off as it wishes but there is a diesel-powered backup generator to fill in the gaps.