Off the plane in Port au Prince I hopped a moto taxi to the other terminal. I hopped another plane that took me to Cap Haitien where the journey was just beginning. I had been asked by an American group to conduct a training in their adopted village in Haiti. The objective was to teach them how to properly glue PVC pipe and install water meters. It sounds like a simple and noble task but rarely do things go as planned in Haiti.
I caught a motorcycle into the City and managed to hook up with our pipe and materials on the same truck bound for Ti-Bouk! Here it is with a most interesting door handle.
We arrived in Tibouk to find that the supply pipelines from both springs had recently been smashed by a government road-building crew. And since water meters don't work very well without water we changed our focus to fixing one of the supply pipelines.