Just curious... my hubby and I were there at the EPC for 2 wks in July and loved walking along the beach to the right of the hotel where it almost feels like you're on a deserted island once you get around the bend because there is nothing much around but palm trees, sand and water. But not too far from the hotel almost just after you get around the bend close to where the reef is, there is a clearing up where the trees are, and a little hut/house type thing, which is mostly screen from the looks of it... on our last day there I went a little closer to try and get a look at what it was as I thought it was abandoned but there was a Haitian guy (couldn't have been older than about 20) walking around with a jug of water or something in his hand, a fire on the ground inside the structure (house? not sure) and a horse or donkey (think it was a horse - it was not that close and half behind a tree so couldn't tell), tied up there as well.
I started to take a few photos from the end of the property where the sand stops and the grass/plants/trees begin and the guy came toward me with a big smile on his face and a camera phone in his hand - he wanted to take OUR picture. He was friendly so we said sure, even though it was a bit weird that he wanted our picture, and I took a picture of him taking a picture of us just for kicks.
Anyway, my Spanish is pretty good but he had a heavy Haitian accent and a very deep voice so I was having a hard time understanding him. I asked him what this was but was not clear on walking away. I think he said he farms the coconut palm trees there, or something? I don't know if that was his house or if he just worked there... and I'm really curious if anyone who knows the area might know what/who I am talking about and/or what that property/hut/house is.