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Photo-Essay: Haiti After the Earthquake, Part 14: Not Your Hollywood Movie Bel Air

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When we climbed back down to street level, I started looking at some of the damage at the foot of the intersection I had seen from up high, such as this collapsed edifice that may have been a school, not sure.

Here is a closeup of a colorfully designed wall within.

Perhaps this youngster across the street used to play in front of the wall above.

Walking further down this Bel Air street, I can only guess at what this edifice housed.

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Closeup of the sign

More of interest further down.

This business sign invokes some questions. College of what? Computer training perhaps?

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Few are the neighborhoods that aren't swarming with tents and street vendors.

We have loaded Venise and her tent back in the car now and are on the move again, cruising up another hill.

Back in the flatlands now.

Finally back at Champs de Mars, Andre helps Venise carry her new tent back inside the camp. Andre will return later to make sure she has enough help putting it up. Hopefully, eventually, she will make it back to her house. Where there is a will, there is a way.

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