Last Sunday afternoon, we took a two hour drive out of Port-au-Prince to see a part of Haiti that we have yet seen. Eric was scouting out the land to see about drilling a well in a little town called Zorange. The fam piled in the car to spend some quality time together. What we found was beautiful!
The road up the mountain was actually a great road, wide and even. This is always a bonus! As we wound our way up the mountain, the sights of the city were diminished by an amazing view of the Caribbean Sea.
We found the little village Eric was looking for and instead of turning around and heading home, we kept going up and up. We came to this beautiful waterfall cascading over the side of the mountain. As we were gaping out the window, Eric asked a man on the street what we would find if we continued up the way. He laughed and said what we were looking at was nothing and to continue further up to see the real waterfalls. What a surprise! We found this little community at the top of the mountain called Saut d’Eau, ( French for ‘waterfall’)and a Haitian national park. We had to make a donation to get in and then a group of locals followed us to watch us look at the waterfalls. Funny how they didn’t have to make a donation…
Unfortunately, we showed up late in the afternoon. We are planning a day trip soon so we can go prepared with lunch and swimsuits. What a gem in the middle of a country where everything is difficult!
Oh yeah, and on the way home we found these amazing watermelons for sale. Watermelon for breakfast in the middle of February? Sure, we can handle that.
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