It was a sunny Tuesday morning, en route to the Carrefour Feuilles Clinic, in traffic jam, on the Tabarre Road. Two lanes becoming four. I was trapped in the middle. But a burst of laughter, when I looked up and saw a tap tap right in front of me. No, more like a cage, with passengers stranded inside. And this young guy, carefree in a white shirt with a picture of an open winged eagle, standing on a step at the back, watching over the mess, like an angel. Oh the little gems of everyday life in Haiti, my poor country!