À propos de ce logement
The Earthship serves as a demonstration for how homes can be built from waste material like tires, plastic bottles, and rubble. It features a private courtyard, personal toilet and washing area, desk. Sleeps 2.
Haiti Communitere ((URL HIDDEN) is a guesthouse with social impact. Our accommodations help us provide resources to numerous community organizations and NGO's working within Haiti. Our base is a co-living and co-working community built on the idea of shared resources and shared overhead. Over the past 5 years, we have become what you see today because of the work of several thousand volunteers from dozens of countries who have made this place their home, launched their own projects, started businesses or simply passed through.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests will have access to our entire base which has picnic tables, hammocks, a rooftop hangout space, a shared kitchen, and a resource center.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Monday - Friday we have a morning meeting for guests, to go over activities on base, and see what everyone is up to. The is a co-living, co-working space and your fellow guests and staff are an amazing resource.
We are 10 minutes from the airport. We can arrange airport pickup and help you find trusted drivers for taxi, car, bus during your time here.
How to Enjoy Community Living
•Always be conscientious of your neighbors and your surroundings
•If you make a mess, clean it up!
•If you have a problem, communicate!
#1 rule – Treat others as you would like to be treated!
Thank you for...
•Returning your room key/lock and checking out with Josette Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm or Base Manager on weekends.
•Attending the weekday 8am community breakfast meeting; we share ideas, recent accomplishments, and discuss planned activities for the day.
•Moving to the workshop or rooftop to socialize after 10pm. No music though please!
•Following bio-gas and compost toilet rules.
•CONSERVING ELECTRICITY!!! Turn devices and lamps off when not in use, unplug charged computers and phones. Be conscientious! Electricity is hard on the wallet and hard on the planet.
•Participating in the HC community clean-up effort, e.g. toilet maintenance, and “MOOPing” (cleaning up Matter Out Of Place).
•Reading the safety orientation displayed on the guest information board in the hallway.
•Not using illegal substances on the HC base. If you have any question about the legality of anything, ask us. Chances are if you’re unsure and it’s not alcohol, it’s illegal.
•Monday through Friday – Breakfast at 7am, dinner at 5pm. Breakfast is at 8 am on Saturday and Sunday mornings. There is no dinner on Sundays but staff and guests often cook a ‘family dinner’ together so if you are around on a Sunday evening make sure to ask. When there are a lot of people on base we encourage everyone to be on time for meals to make sure you get enough. If you can’t make it on time, let us know and we will make sure to put a plate aside for you!
•Feel free to ask Yasmine if she wants help cooking; she enjoys learning new recipes!
•Wash your own dishes.
•Please only eat one plate of food.
•Don’t forget to label your food in the fridge, always store it in your personal container, and dispose of items once the expiration date has passed/when you leave HC.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral. En cas d'annulation au cours des 5 jours précédant le voyage, la première nuit est non remboursable, mais vous recevrez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % du coût des nuits restantes.
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We are a guest house with a purpose!
Since our founding in March of 2010, Haiti Communitere has been one of Haiti’s most effective aid and relief organizations. We have prospered against all odds, thrived when others have failed, and are privileged to still be working with communities that value – and depend – on our services to this day. Fortunately, Haiti is no longer a post-disaster relief zone, in need of the same kind of aid and resources HC has incubated, coordinated, and delivered so effectively in the past. Nevertheless, the need in Haiti remains great.