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it seems that the Japanese are taking an interest in Haiti as a tourist destination.

I think that is great.

I notice some people from my 'stats' on my Haiti website.

Maybe Japan Airlines (JAL) will think about operating a weekly flight to Port au Prince.

That would be a step in the right direction.

James, November 28 2007, 6:54 PM

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But, why is the haitian parliament not considering to vote a temporary law authorizing death sentence for any... read more >
Gros-morne Gonaives, 28-Nov-07 8:29 pm
It is simple, the haitian parliament is part of the kidnapping too, that's why they don't want to vote a death... read more >
Djakut, 28-Nov-07 9:43 pm
By Lionel Vernet on 11-27-07, 06:30 PM Angry Le remede pour eradiquer le kidnapping J' ai deja ecrit que le kidnapping... read more >
Lionel L. Vernet, 29-Nov-07 4:06 pm
Its Haiti's leaders who are diabolical. They were too busy stealing from mother Haiti and killing Haitian people so... read more >
Flo, 29-Nov-07 10:39 pm
I think that is great that Japanese potential tourists are considering Haiti. James, the people who responded to this... read more >
Greg Peters, 30-Nov-07 12:10 am
I think the Ford deal was a ten year deal. read more >
Djakut, 30-Nov-07 3:10 pm
I admire your optimism Greg. I hope it is not short lived. My mother would be willing to contribute lets say 5 dollars... read more >
Flo, 30-Nov-07 3:35 pm
Today,every politician is talking about decentralization.Do you believe they want to decentralize the country? On one... read more >
Tony Saint Festin, 30-Nov-07 4:10 pm
I have heard that American Eagle may fly to Cap-Haitien at some point in time, but this is the first time that I have... read more >
James, 30-Nov-07 5:30 pm
In response to James: On March 23rd,2007.The vice-president of Spirit airlines Michael Pewther and the haitian... read more >
Tony Saint Festin, 30-Nov-07 6:53 pm
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