Caricom Secretary General Irwin LaRocque, left, joins Bahamas Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell (right) and a member of the Bahamas’s 43-member junkanoo band participating in CARIFESTA in Haiti. After the group’s performance was rained out Sunday, they took to the lobby of the Marriott hotel in downtown Port-au-Prince to perform through the aisles.
Caricom Secretary General Irwin LaRocque, left, joins Bahamas Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell (right) and a member of the Bahamas’s 43-member junkanoo band participating in CARIFESTA in Haiti. After the group’s performance was rained out Sunday, they took to the lobby of the Marriott hotel in downtown Port-au-Prince to perform through the aisles. Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald
Caricom Secretary General Irwin LaRocque, left, joins Bahamas Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell (right) and a member of the Bahamas’s 43-member junkanoo band participating in CARIFESTA in Haiti. After the group’s performance was rained out Sunday, they took to the lobby of the Marriott hotel in downtown Port-au-Prince to perform through the aisles. Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald

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