Thursday, April 27, 2017

“Sea to Table” caps off successful 3-day all-inclusive in Cap-Haitien

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Valéry Bennett

National Palace Correspondent

CAP-HAITIEN, Nord, HT (sentinel.ht) – The Ministry of Tourism congratulated Sea to Table Haiti for its successful event held August 14 on a secluded island, just of the coast from the Christophienne metropolis of Cap-Haitien.

Chef Markens Isidor and others featured their foods and drinks in the all inclusive 3 day event. Amiga Island was closed off only for the party’s guests.

The Tourism Ministry said that the organization of these events “has been a perfect partner of tourism and gastromy”.

Those feasting ate with their feet in the water and in a “palace in ecstasy”. Haitian and international personalities of renown were present.

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About The Author

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Valéry Bennett is a graduate student of Digital Publishing at ESCP, Paris. He is of Haitian descent and participates in the biennial mission trip with his church.