Travel diary: Haiti 2016 – part 2 | Decameron Resort

Haiti, I love you, and I will love you always. Always.”

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Lately, everyone’s anthem is to “work, work, work” which is great. While I consider myself a very hard worker and far from lazy, taking time to regroup and clear your mind is sometimes the most productive thing you can do for yourself. Once I came back from vacation, [though I was already planning my next getaway] I felt more refreshed and energized because my mind was clear and I was well rested. Where’s the fun in being so burnt out that you can’t even celebrate your success? I firmly believe that if you work hard, you should reward yourself when possible!

With that said, as if going back home wasn’t exciting enough, we took a couple days to visit to Royal Decameron. I discovered that resort a while back on instagram and have since followed their posts religiously. To say that pictures do it no justice is an understatement. I couldn’t wait to share these photos with you so that you get to see the beauty of this island. More often than not, Haiti is portrayed to be a slum by the media but I’m here to show you its beautiful attributes. This is my Haiti! Enjoy and come back for part 3:)

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My suggestion is that you stay at least two nights because one simply didn’t allow us enough time to enjoy all that the resort had to offer. We heard about a great seafood restaurant but although you don’t have to pay for it, it requires a reservation by 2 o’clock. Since check in time isn’t until 3 PM, if you’re there for only one night, you would miss out on the chance to check it out. I encountered not so great customer service from one of the staff members and the check-in process was unnecessarily lengthy in my opinion but overall, I was pleased with my stay and would definitely visit again and recommend it to my peers.

No matter what you do for a living, make sure you take some time to pamper yourself. Your mental health will thank you. I appreciate you taking the time to read my travel diary. If you missed part 1, feel free to check it out here

Versicolorfully yours,

Edwina

4 Comments

  1. Malita
    08/10/2016 / 9:51 PM

    I can’t get over how gorgeous Decameron Resort is – it definitely looks like a post card. At least You finally made it there after all these years of going to Haiti and not acting like a tourist lol.

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