Travel Blogs from Dominica

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Caribbean The Way It Used To Be, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Caribbean The Way It Used To Be

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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... -titled mercenaries were not particularly competent and 'Operation Red Dog', which was a misguided attempt to turn Dominica into a criminal paradise, failed miserably. After this Canadian led fiasco, hopefully by proudly representing Canadian Royalty ...

Jungle Worthy of

Jungle Worthy of "Pirates of the Caribbean"

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... and killed 42 people and Hurricane Dean in 2007 destroyed 99% of the banana crop severely affecting the economy. Luckily Hollywood loves Dominica as a location. Much of the filming of The Pirates of the Caribbean has been shot here and also a ...

i went, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

i went

A travel blog entry by kris

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... to stay in the caribbean called 3 rivers, on it's website one of the activities is listed as 'inactivity', i'm only booked into dominica for a week meaning i have a non-changeable ferry ticket out to guadeloupe next friday and a short visa to match but i ...

being an eco-tourist, 3rivers, Dominica travel blog

being an eco-tourist

A travel blog entry by kris

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my time at 3rivers included a lot of hiking to the many waterfalls around the southern part of the island, my favourite was river cyrique, the climb down was amazing as it had been raining for 2 days solid so was real slippery but totally worth it. The ...

A long, long day travelling to Dominica, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

A long, long day travelling to Dominica

A travel blog entry by extendedranger

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... by densely wooded mountains and rainforest.  The overall terrain is very steep, and extremely rugged.  Dominica’s beaches generally consist of shimmering black sand or rocks.  There are few expansive beaches. ...

Roseau, Dominica, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Roseau, Dominica

A travel blog entry by oldnavigator

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... about 45 fellow passengers before heading out to meet with Augustine Beno Pascal for a grand tour of coastal and rain forest regions of Dominica in four mini-vans.  Dominica is not what one might class as a rich country but they are rich in culture ...

"The Nature Island"

A travel blog entry by lizrussosmells

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It's Been One Week..., Roseau, Dominica travel blog

It's Been One Week...

A travel blog entry by fro-trip

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... hit a little chop an hour or so outside of Roseau but that's it. Save for the cruise ships that dock here, Dominica is a relatively tourist-free island. There's no international airport so it's more difficult to get to than other Caribbean destinations ...

Rough Day at Sea, Portsmouth, Dominica travel blog

Rough Day at Sea

A travel blog entry by ramblingsailors

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The anchorage at Deshaies is notorious for howling winds racing down the mountainside during the night, gusting at 40/50 knots within seconds and literally 'howling' as it does so - last night was no exception. Luckily the holding is really good but it ...

Class TIME, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Class TIME

A travel blog entry by meredithvoss

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WOW! I just got out of my Global studies class and we had a guest speaker who is a teacher on the ship for a different coarse.  His talk BLEW my mind! 10 years ago this man started a non-for profit organization in Nepal for girls who are sold at the ...

We came back to Calibishie: Calibishie Lodges, Calibishie, Dominica travel blog

We came back to Calibishie: Calibishie Lodges

A travel blog entry by vdvchris

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... : this hike: do it. The Carib Territory: those Indians: go and see how they live. Emerall Pool: is amazing. Batibou beach: the beach nummer one of Dominica. We have again a wonderfull time, it was to short again. We need to come back again i ...

Welcome to Dominica, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Welcome to Dominica

A travel blog entry by spsadventures

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... hiked it to the area with the old canon, I learned some of the history of the island.  Like most Caribbean islands, Dominica went back and forth between the French and the British many times.  It was especially desirable as it has great ...

Dominica, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

Dominica

A travel blog entry by mariekeiii

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Igår kom vi till Plymouth, en ankringsvik på Dominica, tidigare ökänt för kriminalitet. Men en tryggare plats kan man inte önska sig idag – redan innan man seglat in kommer en PAYS-båt och hälsar en välkommen. Vi kan läsa Charlie Love på ...

After 4 Years Back in Dominica, Calibishie, Dominica travel blog

After 4 Years Back in Dominica

A travel blog entry by vdvchris

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... the bee in Calibishie area. Maybe next time we start to build: ho knows. Everybody that's love nature, need to come to Dominica. Everybody that's love from friendliness, needs to come to Dominica. Only what we hoop, how long it go bee stay like that, ...

One more day in Dominica., Portsmouth, Dominica travel blog

One more day in Dominica.

A travel blog entry by luckydux

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Last week we also visited this spot on the northwest coast of Dominica. This time around I did not go in the Indian River tour and hoofed it to the restored Fort Shirley which stands above the Prince Rupert Bay. Nature had reclaimed the land and buildings ...

We arrive in Dominica., Calibishie, Dominica travel blog

We arrive in Dominica.

A travel blog entry by vdvchris

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... world: This is the place to bee. We have a beautiful time in this area. A few days later we travel around the island. Dominica has rivers, waterfalls like water. Nice hiking tracks. On the other side of the island is the see like a lake, so calm is that ...

Go to new blog, Portsmouth, Dominica travel blog

Go to new blog

A travel blog entry by scrovo

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Last day in Dominica, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Last day in Dominica

A travel blog entry by spsadventures

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... tour through the community was a very good one and I highly recommend it. It starts with some background.  Columbus came to Dominica, named it, left because he couldn't find a decent place to land, and then came back.  The people who referred ...

A wet day in Dominica, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

A wet day in Dominica

A travel blog entry by spsadventures

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...  It was wet, but flip-flop hiking was the way to go. Also, the tour guide shared a lot with us about Dominica's hydroelectric plants.  Apparently, a significant portion of the island's power comes from hydro.  There is a ton of water coming ...

Roseau, Dominica, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Roseau, Dominica

A travel blog entry by jaimib

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We went with Wacky Rollers http://www.wackyrollers.com/ - Tubing. I highly recommend this excursion and it is not necessary to go through the ship. We had 8 people with 4 guides to assist us. It was private and we received helmets and life preservers. ...

Back in Dominica, Back in Calibishie., Calibishie, Dominica travel blog

Back in Dominica, Back in Calibishie.

A travel blog entry by vdvchris

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... people come inside with there fish and sell them on the street. Men come back from the banana fields. Everything here is so different. I go show you now a lot of pictures, than you have a better idea, about what is Dominica. We come Back for ...

Having a whale of a time!, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Having a whale of a time!

A travel blog entry by bridgetpavitt

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... ;Sat around all morning waiting for the flight, being annoyed by a troupe of 20 Chinese child dancers.  They filled the flight to Dominica.  It's right hot here - I reckon about 35 degrees, but so far, no biting things!  Got a taxi from the ...

Rocking and Baking in Roseau., Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Rocking and Baking in Roseau.

A travel blog entry by luckydux

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... cool hotel. After clearing customs in record time and ushering passengers onto the bus for the tour into the mountains and inner part of Dominica, Katy and I made our way to the hotel and not only did we benefit from its excellent wifi, the waiter took a ...

Puur natuur op Dominica!, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Puur natuur op Dominica!

A travel blog entry by sylviaenjeroen

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Mixing Pleasure with business, Dominica, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Mixing Pleasure with business, Dominica

A travel blog entry by simone.felix

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... later learned was my driver's girlfriend.  Not very professional but life is pretty laid back in the Caribbean.  Dominica is situated between two French islands, Martinique and Guadeloupe.  It was fought over by the French and the ...

Rundtur Dominica, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

Rundtur Dominica

A travel blog entry by mariekeiii

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... sa amerikanska turisterna men för oss från Sverige är ju 20C sommar.  Vi körde igenom Caribindianernas reservat i norra Dominica, ett stolt krigarfolk som inte lät sig underkuvas av kolonisatörer och hellre gick i döden än blev underkuvade. ...

Heading further North, Portsmouth, Dominica travel blog

Heading further North

A travel blog entry by ramblingsailors

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We managed to up anchor and be out the bay before 7.00am setting us up for a good start to head further North up the Leeward Islands towards our destination of Tortolla in the BVI's. With a constant 18-20 knots of wind on the beam we were abeam of the ...

Portsmouth, Dominica, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

Portsmouth, Dominica

A travel blog entry by mariekeiii

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... Vi gjorde också en vandring till ett vattenfall med svalkande friskt vatten. Helt klart är att Martinique bleknar i jämförelse med Dominica, ön var alldeles för tätbebyggd med alldeles för många bilar. Martinique är ju en del av Frankrike, ...

Pristine and Unspoiled Dominica, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Pristine and Unspoiled Dominica

A travel blog entry by bumihills

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    Roseau, the capital of the small island nation of Dominica, was the most tropical and green that we encountered in the Caribbean.  Viewing the island from the ship it appeared like a lush rainforest surrounding tiny clusters of ...

October 2008, Portsmouth, Dominica travel blog

October 2008

A travel blog entry by scrovo

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I have start this month with pictures of Calls which is the school that I teach ...

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