Located in Haiti’s south peninsula, Anse A Veau is part of the tenth territorial department of Haiti called the Nippes Department. It is home to 50,000 people who depend mainly on fishing. Every year, the town welcomes thousands of pilgrams who come to the annual festival of St Yves, which also coincides with the Vodou festivities called Fete Chanpet that celebrate Met Agwe. Many participants follow a path that begins in Jacmel on May 1st for the Catholic St. Jacques and St. Philip, or Papa Ogou in Haitian Vodou, until December 10th at Belle-Anse for Notre Dame de Lorette. The path of the festivities takes one to the heart of Haiti’s small towns. It goes from parish to parish, from church to church, and spirit to spirit. It is a mesh of roads throughout the whole trip to the towns.