Rodley Charles, 16, rides his bicycle along Pointe-Sable Beach in Port Salut, Haiti. Nine months after Hurricane Matthew, the long-stretch of Pointe Sable remains littered with downed almond, poinciana and palm trees and tourists have yet to return to the coastal city of Port Salut, which lost most of its hotels after the storm made landfall in the region.
Rodley Charles, 16, rides his bicycle along Pointe-Sable Beach in Port Salut, Haiti. Nine months after Hurricane Matthew, the long-stretch of Pointe Sable remains littered with downed almond, poinciana and palm trees and tourists have yet to return to the coastal city of Port Salut, which lost most of its hotels after the storm made landfall in the region. Patrick Farrell
Rodley Charles, 16, rides his bicycle along Pointe-Sable Beach in Port Salut, Haiti. Nine months after Hurricane Matthew, the long-stretch of Pointe Sable remains littered with downed almond, poinciana and palm trees and tourists have yet to return to the coastal city of Port Salut, which lost most of its hotels after the storm made landfall in the region. Patrick Farrell

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