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Home » Articles » Destinations » Central America and Caribbean » Guess My Riddle
Guess My Riddle
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2006-12-01 03:36:50 (via
A fantastic place, where people are among the friendliest in the world and the island is alive with culture, energy and turmoil; a country with open-minded folk where you can experience countless wonders, where there are no rules and you can express yourself in any way you want, and where the local delicacy is dried mud! What is it? Any ideas?;O)
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-13 07:32:37
It is a fantastic place... the people are very friendly....but yes, lots and lots of turmoil!!!

I would not say there are no rules.... maybe more that the rules are not what you would think.

Dried mud...well yes, there is a mud cake that they make to feed the children when they have nothing else. Very very sad.
Submitted by roxy on 2007-08-13 04:40:18
What's up with Creole- the language they speak? I found it very funny, is it their official language and what it is called?
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-13 07:35:45
each country has its language and in haiti our language is creole and french. it's not funny is a language like all the others.the country is really cool and pretty.would be necessary that u came to visit it to see it. i'm haitian and i'm so proud
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-13 07:32:25
I live in the Capital City of Haiti Port Au Prince, the country is filled with alot of culture, mainly french and african cultures, which is where their language Creole comes from, it is one of 2 of Haiti's official languages, french and creole, it is a very cultural place but unfortunately it is also very dark, with vodoo and witchcraft as the main practices, it can be alittle weird! But the people are great, poverty stricken, but still hopeful
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-13 12:16:31
I am in Haiti in the capital. the haitiens have two languages official the Creole and French nearly 70% speaks Creole and the 30% speak about it French we took our independence into 1804 we are independent since nearly 200 years low in matters of infrastructures rate to illiteracy very raises. the haitiens believe in the vodou major the part of the population is catholic and this major join the vodou. and what is not nor catholic or different which believes that all those which practises Catholicism are demons. because it practises at the same time the vodou and Catholicism
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-13 11:39:10
me,my name is Sebastien im 20 years old,i'm haitian and proud to be.when i'm in Haiti,I dont know why but i feel free and comfortable,I traveled many times and i never felt that when i'm an another country,its probably because I was born and raise there.Haiti is a country full of beauty,with great beachs,great mountains........
the official language of Haiti is creole,I wont say french because not all the haitians knows how to speak french,only the ones who makes me sad that this pearl called Haiti dont have the support he needs because this country has so much to offer but the government seems to have other personal and selfish plans.I go to college in the Dominican republic,i'm studying industrial engineering,i speak 4 languages and after my study i plan on coming back in haiti to help the country in my way.when someone in another country hear talking about Haiti in the news,they hear it worse then it really is and that is not good for the country and the people in it,so i suggest for the people who likes to travel to come and visit this part of the island called haiti.SEBASTIEN
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-13 22:49:01
wel im haititne i come from that country i can tell you very much from it it is the best country ever there are mostly no rules you can party all you want there have the most fun you want withouth having any woryy of any cops any were the stees are safe now cuz the united nations are helping very much to me haiti is the best place ever if they would ofer me to move to an other country i would feel prous of my self saying no by the way if any one goes to the beach in haiti you will definetly see why im saying that and by the way hellz no we dont eat mud cake get a life and talk bad about your country instead of other we eat just like you bythe way haitien fod is way better then americans specialy simthing called griot ask any body who visited haiti you'l know
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-14 12:13:57
its Sebastien again,"Griot" is the i said before,Haiti is a wonderful country,im just in love with it.What i'm saying is,haiti is worth visiting and i promise that once you visit it,you will fall in love with haiti too.when i say visit i dont mean like stay in one town,i mean go to the country sides,to the mountains,the beach.....and,you MUST visit "ile a Vache",its one of the little islands,located on the south coast of the country,its very beautifull.
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Submitted by dynick on 2007-08-14 13:06:36
I am 24 years old I am haitiens, I am in the capital which is a port-with-Prince. according to the law Haiti has two languages official which is the Creole and French in reality they is small groups of the population which speaks French the majority it is the Creole. over economic problems and other Haiti remains a very natural country. Naturalness because we have full with not exploitable richness but, petrol, and others. for any person who wants to throw a glance they can come without fear they will find many things which they will like of the beaches, the historic sites and especially of the pretty Women creole
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-15 15:58:03
Haiti is a country very sympathetic, people are very hospital, in the capital Port-with-prince, the city is over-populated, in some one has evil to circulate well, circulation is very dense. In the other areas it is simpler and quieter, as in Jacmel, in the Cape-Haitian, the climate is hot, with a large sun, one speaks creole and French everywhere but all people do not speak French, English is very spoken also in the places of interest and the attended places. The food is excellent.
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Submitted by bindero on 2007-08-16 03:06:17
Hi.. I was just wondering: are there any other metropolitan areas or important cities in Haiti except Port-au-Prince?
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