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Here are some just some of the licence plates from Haiti. Each color represents a type of licence plate.
Also, the first two letters from a Haitian license plate mainly tells you what type of plate it is. For example SE is a State vehicle. OF is a vehicle belonging to a high ranking State official. TP is a Haitian transport vehicle etc...
See more licence plates of Haiti at worldlicenseplates.com
To protect and to serve is often refereed to: "To Protect and to Serve", the motto of the Los Angeles Police Department since the 1960's but did you know, it is also the motto of the Haitian National Police force.
In french, the motto is "Proteger et Servir".
Many other police forces have adopted this motto across the United States. So has the police in Haiti.
A gas station in Central Haiti has motorcycles lined up to get their 50 to 100 gourdes of gasoline for a day's work. The driver of a pickup truck modified for the dirt roads of Haiti has the hood open for a quick checkup.
A group of friends gathered in an undisclosed location in the city of Hinche Haiti to eat some flame boiled goat meat (kabrit bouyi).
Nou fek mete kabrit la sou dife... We have just started cooking the goat meat, and the chef (he happens to be a police officer) is putting the final touches. LOL...
This is how you cook goat meat Haitian backyard party style: Find a big chodyè, dump the entire goat meat in there, throw in the ingredients, some plantains, some rhum Barbancourt and voila!
Goat (kabrit) and Guinea fowl (pintade) are two favorites dishes of the people in the Plateau Central department of Haiti.
Whenever you're in Hinche, be sure to enjoy some boiled kabrit or pintade. you will love it.
Less than two hours from the Haiti's Capital Port-au-Prince in the Centre Department is the city of Hinche, also called the city of Charlemagne Peralte, home to the oldest cathedral in the Americas.
This old cathedral you are looking at was built in 1503 by Nicolas de Ovando.
It's December 1st, 2018, and merchants are lining up in front of the old church getting ready for Fête patronale de Hinche, la fête de l'Immaculée Conception (the feast of the Immaculate Conception), patron saint of the city of Hinche, on 8 and 9 December.