Cayes


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Cayes

(keɪ; French kaj)
n
(Placename) short for Les Cayes
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Inauguration of a new SOS Village: On January 10, 2015, SOS Children's Villages will inaugurate its third village in Les Cayes, Haiti.
Adventures in Belize offers only the finest beach resorts and jungle lodges in the Ambergris Caye, Outer Cayes, Western, Southern, Hopkins and Placencia areas as well as the best tour operators available in Belize.
2 km-wide unspoiled island, near the southern city of Les Cayes.
And now, eyes are turned to Les Cayes, Haiti, wherein a massive new Minecraft model of the Les Cayes waterfront has just been built.
Alyanna Guiliano of Fitchburg and Isabella Smith of Winchendon are hoping to travel to Les Cayes, Haiti, for a week next month to join volunteers working with residents of the impoverished area.
However, with little being done to protect the environment, Belize's main tourist attractions such as the Barrier Reef (the second-largest in the world), its 450 offshore cayes (islands), waters for windsurfing, swimming, and snorkeling, and numerous rivers and wildlife reserves have increasingly come under threat from pollution.
The accident happened Saturday afternoon in the town of Morne Tapion -- the truck, carrying more than 65 passengers, was heading to Les Cayes from Port-au-Prince.
Dunnies RCU FC beat Mersey Harps 7-1, goals from Cayes (3), White, Wright and McKendrick.
It was recorded early (Salvin and Goodman 1879, Russell 1964) at Northern Two Cayes (NTC) and Half Moon Caye, islands on Lighthouse Reef (LHR).
Pope Benedict XVI used the anniversary to name Bishop Guire Poulard of Les Cayes, Haiti, to be the new archbishop of Port-au-Prince.
One person died overnight trying to cross a river in the Grande-Anse region southwest of the capital and some flooding was reported in the south coast town of Les Cayes.