Travel Blogs from Dominica

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Porthmouth, Dominica, Portmouth, Dominica travel blog

Porthmouth, Dominica

A travel blog entry by scrovo

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... . My heart went out to the employees of the airline. How they kept there cool I don't know. We finally arrived on Dominica three hours behind our attended arrival time. Went through the customs line with all the pushing that just comes with the ...

Roseau - show us your wild side!, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Roseau - show us your wild side!

A travel blog entry by luckydux

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... and I were picked up at 9:30 am by a small bus and we set off for a 6 hour tour of various special places on Dominica. We were fortunate that no massive cruise ship was in town which meant we had the town and tourist sites pretty much to ourselves. ...

Dominica Eco adventure at Manicou River Eco Resort, Portsmouth, Dominica travel blog

Dominica Eco adventure at Manicou River Eco Resort

A travel blog entry by eco-traveler

... and its natural beauty, she was great and always helpful suggesting activities. We drove all over the north side of Dominica visiting rivers, swimming holes, jungles, ruins and snorkeling. And the diving here was phenomenal! Overall, the place was ...

Domineek-i-neek-i-neek, Portsmouth, Dominica travel blog

Domineek-i-neek-i-neek

A travel blog entry by questmiller

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... , we found them to be friendly, often answering our "hello" with a smile and "ok" - the island's equivalent of "hi". Dominica's main industry is agriculture, primarily bananas. Tourism has yet to take root in a significant way of Dominica, so the towns ...

Dominica, the land of the jungle!, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Dominica, the land of the jungle!

A travel blog entry by meredithvoss

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... know how I am going to do intense school work with these circumstances.          Anyways, DOMINICA was AMAZING! Absolutely beautiful! We arrived in Dominica at 8am on Saturday and a big group of us headed on a hike ...

One of the many other Portsmouths., Portsmouth, Dominica travel blog

One of the many other Portsmouths.

A travel blog entry by luckydux

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By 7:45 am Katy and I were standing fun front of the very basic customs building. We waited through a rain shower and I watched a local stray dog, a scrawny cat, and some birds for entertainment. Once passengers and crew were cleared to go ashore we ...

Portsmouth, Dominica, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

Portsmouth, Dominica

A travel blog entry by mariekeiii

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Vi seglade från Fort de France Martinique mot Dominica i vetskap om att det skulle vara både vind och vågor. Härlig segling tills vi kom till udden där det som vanligt var starka fallvindar och strömmar som byter riktning så det blev till att stå ...

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. ...

Cruise Day 3, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Cruise Day 3

A travel blog entry by travelin_kat

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... We signed up for the Caribbean cooking experience...it was really fun!  We rode a bus up into the mountains of Dominica to the owner of the tour company's house.  The Drive was amazing...little narrow streets through town with all the ...

Semester Break 2016: Discovering Dominica, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Semester Break 2016: Discovering Dominica

A travel blog entry by koppers

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... hiking the island had to offer.   In addition to the hiking, we saved one day to explore the beaches of Dominica. They weren't as classically stunning as those on Guadeloupe, but we certainly found a lot more solace in those on Dominica. The ...

Waiting for dinghy engine parts in paradise., Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Waiting for dinghy engine parts in paradise.

A travel blog entry by inspiration38

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Visit to the

Visit to the "Nature Island"...

A travel blog entry by ri-anne.cruz

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... went inside and its kinda pretty still despite of its age, however i think it need more attention now. I heard as well that Dominica got their independence from Britain since 1978. After we saw much of Roseau, we went ahead and got the taxi on the ...

Dominica's favorites, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

Dominica's favorites

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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... , but somehow, Dominica looked more intriguing and wild.  One couldn't help but feel somehow curious about this island. Dominica lies between Guadeloupe and Martinique, which they say, is an unspoiled Caribbean paradise.  The vibrant, rich ...

I travel under God's good graces, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

I travel under God's good graces

A travel blog entry by pirates_booty

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Yesterday was my fancy $200 tour. It was action packed. Jem and I did a full tour. It started with Titou Gorch where I swam through a gully to waterfall (this was my favorite thing of the whole trip I think). It was fantastic. Then we drove to numerous ...

Travel day home, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Dominica travel blog

Travel day home

A travel blog entry by pirates_booty

Well, yesterday was an annoying day. LIAT doesn't tell you that they are making 2-3 stops, so what was a 1.5 hour flight became a  5 hour flight.  ON the plane, I learned that my new beautiful silver bracelet, which cost me $180 EC, or $60 US, ...

It begins, Edgewater, MD, US, United States travel blog

It begins

A travel blog entry by pirates_booty

5:05 am  Alarm goes off. Shower. Get dressed. Change sheets on bed. 6 am       Leave the house. 7 am       At the airport. Eat Wendy's breakfast sandwich. Slightly tired and confused. ...

The Landing, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

The Landing

A travel blog entry by troispistoles

After a stop to St Maarteen and Antigua, we landed in Dominica! I told my friend it was a long way to the city from the airport, with narrow roads on the side of cliffs. The taxi drivers are just nuts! They don't even slow down when they meet another ...

Portsmouth, Dominica (Domi-NEE-ka), Portsmouth, Dominica travel blog

Portsmouth, Dominica (Domi-NEE-ka)

A travel blog entry by inspiration38

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With a broken dinghy engine, we were only going to stay for a few days and carry on to Martinique: the land of plenty-of-boatparts. But we found a Mercury dealer and ordered the parts from ...

My sandals done walked off, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

My sandals done walked off

A travel blog entry by pirates_booty

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My sandals left me. I always wonder what to do with used up Reefs and these were getting there. They are 100x better than any of the junky sandals on this island, so I hope somebody makes good use of them.  I was "angry" at them for getting my feet ...

Leaving Dominica, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

Leaving Dominica

A travel blog entry by pirates_booty

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I'm leaving today. I'm a mixture of happy and sad. I got a ride to the airport with the american couple which saved me $70 US. Yesterday was fairly uneventful. Got back on the bus from Roseau. Getting around has been an intricate system of connections. ...

May 8th, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

May 8th

A travel blog entry by pirates_booty

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Today, I realized that this is not a vacation. It is an adventure. And it's not about soul searching, it's about self-exploration.  I was not emotionally prepared for this. Last night, I slept with the raincoat that D. gave me like it was a ...

My first Porn story I wrote, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

My first Porn story I wrote

A travel blog entry by pirates_booty

Please request this entry privately. :) Gotta do something in a plane, right? If you can't eat, sleep, read, ...

Hike to the boiling lake, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Hike to the boiling lake

A travel blog entry by troispistoles

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We woke up quite early to be ready. It was raining a lot so I was scared we couldn't go. But finally the guide showed up, and didn't care if it was raining! So we started the climb, explaining really nicely to the guide that we were in a terrible ...

Murphy's Law, Luperón, Republica Dominica, Dominican Republic travel blog

Murphy's Law

A travel blog entry by hejira

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    After leaving Samana there was a moment of hesitation... We were 140 miles for Turks and 80 miles from Luperon. The decision was made to head to Turks, since we had calm seas and good wind. Around 0500 the wind had picked up and ...

Sleepless nights, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Sleepless nights

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing

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... passed glowingly and now are left to test it out in Martinique. A 2 day sail down there and all good except Roseau, down south in Dominica! We decided to give up on Stu the lure, as by now he had done over 300 miles and only caught one Baracuda so Ruthie ...

Diving Dominica + Falls, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Diving Dominica + Falls

A travel blog entry by troispistoles

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First thing in the morning (after struggling to get a taxi, as we are located far from Roseau) we went to Anchorage Dive, for our first dive ever outside the BVI. It was quite expensive, around 100$ each for 2 dives, but there was not much place ...

Next Day, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

Next Day

A travel blog entry by pirates_booty

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Here I am in the treehouse, about 15 minutes after I took my video. Did I mention how I should have a brought a watch? Does anybody think about how hot and wet it is in a rainforest? You are anywhere from damp to sopping wet from sweat and/or rain, all ...

10 Tag Dominica, Calibishie, Dominica travel blog

10 Tag Dominica

A travel blog entry by yvonneundsammy

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Sam hat die Tage in Dominica genutzt um sein Tauchbrevet abzuschliessen und die Dominicaner mit seinem schweizerischen Fahrstil zu nerven. ...

Wastin' away in Margaritaville, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

Wastin' away in Margaritaville

A travel blog entry by pirates_booty

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I would be remiss if I didn't talk about last night. I had a lovely dinner made by local chef, Steve. Sat around talking for a while, all the time knowing that it was getting dark, which is at 6:50/7pm.  It was a pitch black hike up to the ...

Definitely Pirate Territory, Prince Rupert Bay, Dominica travel blog

Definitely Pirate Territory

A travel blog entry by bellavita

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... , as the boat came close we realised it was in fact a boat boy anxious to pick us up as customers for his services in Dominica. Raymond's greeting was quite friendly and he told us of all his services he could provide for us while in Prince Rupert Bay, we ...

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