A shipping container is lodged in a wall in Côteaux, on Haiti southern peninsula. Upside down, and perched on a spit of land between the road and the ocean, it leans at a precarious angle held in place by bent pieces of rebar. But with few trees left standing, it’s as good a place as any to seek shade. A few people sit in its shadow.
It’s late March and we’re the first tourists to return to the area with adventure travel company G Adventures, since Hurricane Matthew hit on 4 October. It’s hard to visualise what 145 mile-per-hour winds can do until you see it.
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