The next morning we got up early to go to the airport. Our flight to Haiti was on a commuter airline. There was no security to go through, no need to remove your shoes, and no need to place your 3 oz liquids in a quart size ziplock bag. It was rather nice. Here's a picture of the plane. It was larger than I had expected it to be. I had been rather nervous about flying on a small plane, but it was fine. We had to stop in the Bahamas to refuel, and the landing there was rough. Other than that, it was really not that much different that flying on a larger plane.
This is the airport in Cap-Haitian, Haiti. This picture was taken just as we got off the plane. We were thankful to have arrived safely.
After we go into the ambulance we watched the crowd outside through the small window in the back door. The woman that is seated in the photo was selling bags of popcorn. She had one bag on top of her head.
Another photo of the same place. This one was taken the morning we left.
There was a banana tree near the porch. It was in plain view from where we slept. I had seen lots of banana trees before, but this was the first time I saw one with fruit. I never knew that the banana grew up like that.