Jacoway Inn

Address: Jno. Baptiste Ridge Road, Calibishie, Dominica | B&B
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This B&B is located on Jno. Baptiste Ridge Road, Calibishie.
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Travel Blogs from Calibishie

Words fail me, Part 2

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 11, 2013

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... gets pitch black at 5:45 PM each and every day. In the rainforest toward the end of their hike, the last leg of their hike would not be easy. We did find out today that the French group made it out of the trip, but there's no doubt they should have started earlier - this is a hike most cruise ship visitors cannot do due to the timing required. The three of us pressed on, approaching the steep rim hike and rock scramble. Once we cleared the tricky rocks, we arrived at ...

Words fail me

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 10, 2013

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... jackets - both Jen and I were basically as wet on the inside as the outside from all the sweat. Leaving the river meant climbing up one of the feeder streams, picking spots where you could step without soaking your feet or tripping over a rock. Soon thereafter, the climbing began again. This portion was relentless - up and up and up and up - from switchback to switchback the steps never ended. There was never a stretch of steps visible more than 35 feet ahead before ...

You will get wet on this ride...

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 08, 2013

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... placement was paramount. Every so often, the trail climbed and climbed, then fell down and down again. Flat did not exist. After 20 minutes of hiking this trail with the Germans, we reached the Sari Sari river for the first crossing. When Jen and I arrived, the first of the Germans were already crossing with the help of all the guides. The water was moving quite fast - and the footing precarious, as the riverbed was basically littered with boulders the size ...

Slow and steady.

A travel blog entry by sarah.haras on Jul 16, 2013

4 comments, 3 photos

... could not all come from inside me. Every breath felt like suffocating. It felt like I had just come out of the water from swimming. No, in that case the water drips off. It felt like I was still in the water swimming. Swimming through the air, swimming down the mountains.

The day had started off on the wrong foot. Our guide had ditched us and called in his buddy to take us. Daniel. Along the twisting turning road through the Roseau valley, he played a soundtrack of early 90's ...


A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Feb 08, 2011

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... lovely minutes floating on my back and watching the water cascade down from above. Such serenity!

Returned to the van at 12:30 and from there it was a 45-minute trip back to the Roseau cruiser pier via a newly repaved but massively winding road 1,800 feet down the mountain into town. We had to stop for a few minutes at one point as a two-man crew used a chainsaw to put apart a tree that had fallen across ...