Travel Blogs from Dominica

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Words fail me, Part 2, Delices, Caribbean travel blog

Words fail me, Part 2

A travel blog entry by jb24003

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... said you could see both the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, as well as all the major towns and peaks in southern Dominica. We rested for a second (Kelvin answered a phone call!), and the first major descent started. Jen was first as usual on the ...

Slow and steady., Roseau Valley, Dominica travel blog

Slow and steady.

A travel blog entry by sarah.haras

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... lost the calculating look in his eye. We stop at the fresh water stream to refill our water bottles. Like so many springs in Dominica, no filter is required. The water has a fresh mossy taste. Daniel's new-found respect for me does not work miracles. I ...

Waterfalls on the Nature Island, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Waterfalls on the Nature Island

A travel blog entry by bruinz

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Dominica is one of the largest and most northern of the Windward Islands in the West Indies. Called the Nature Island, it is situated between the French islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique. Roseau is the capital and comes from the river reeds (roseaux in ...

Vi vet ju inte säger vi ju!, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

Vi vet ju inte säger vi ju!

A travel blog entry by hobbiton

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Lite mera flyg, sista nu på ett par veckor (hoppas vi). Man kan ju tycka att det inte skall spela nån roll vart man ska vara och vad man vill göra, men se nej det passar sig inte. Tullgubbe "where do you intend to stay?" M "Anywhere with a ...

It has to be the People, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

It has to be the People

A travel blog entry by charlenethomas

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Tuesday, March 9, 2010    Ted and I have been reflecting on the people we have met on this trip, so here are some random thoughts. Yesterday as we were driving through the village of Belles, a young lady was frantically waving at the side of ...

Paradise!!, Calibishie, Dominica travel blog

Paradise!!

A travel blog entry by jermima

... that Dominica is the sweetest little island. So almost for that reason alone and the fact that on November third 2008 Dominica and Dominicans around the world will be coming home to celebrate a Reunion and the island's independence. Everyone will be ...

All Good Things Must Come to an End, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

All Good Things Must Come to an End

A travel blog entry by charlenethomas

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Saturday, March 13, 2010     In 30 minutes we leave Calisbishie Cove and head to the airport. We fly over to Antigua again and then on to Atlanta where we will spend the night. In the morning, we will be back in Tennessee, to cooler ...

fishes and shooting stars, Port, Dominica travel blog

fishes and shooting stars

A travel blog entry by springac

Even though I don't have pictures yet, I thought I'd write about the outside scene here. There is a crew deck right on the bow of the ship, and everynight  I go out to get some fresh air and the stars are amazing. There are shooting stars pretty ...

Our second visit to Dominica!, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Our second visit to Dominica!

A travel blog entry by mgmword

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The rain forest is wet., Picard, Dominica travel blog

The rain forest is wet.

A travel blog entry by sarah.haras

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Tropical storm Chantal has begun. Dominica is battening down the hatches. Tonya and Josiah bought extra units of electricity yesterday at the grocery. They've been known to run out of electricity during storms. Yes, I mean run out.  Tonya's gone to ...

Field Excursions, Roseau Valley, Dominica travel blog

Field Excursions

A travel blog entry by lindenauersas

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... for the tiny crystal bubbles that continuously rise from small volcanic geothermal fissures in the sea floor. Recognized as Dominica’s premier snorkeling site, Champagne rates among the top five snorkeling sites in the Caribbean and sits on the ...

Picard >> Roseau, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Picard >> Roseau

A travel blog entry by sarah.haras

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... it doesn't wait until it's covered in a volcanic eruption. Another reminder of my time in Naples is the volcanic activity. Dominica has the highest concentration of volcanoes in the world - 9 potentially active ones.  But today I thoroughly enjoyed ...

Dominica-Lush Island, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Dominica-Lush Island

A travel blog entry by twotrainstravel

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After travelling 178 nautical miles to Roseau, Dominica we disembarked for our tour, Dominica Favorites.  The excusion covered the historical Mount Morne Bruce, Trafalgar Falls (Twin Falls) and Emeral pool.  As with many of the tours, when one ...

Thrills and Spills in Dominica, Delices, Dominica travel blog

Thrills and Spills in Dominica

A travel blog entry by bylandersea

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... yoga instructor.   This rather unknown island lies between Guadeloupe and Martinique and is NOT the Dominican Republic.  Dominica, a former British colony, has governed herself since 1978.  She now appears as a preteen, edging toward ...

Dominica, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

Dominica

A travel blog entry by reisender

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Boiling Lake Hike, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Boiling Lake Hike

A travel blog entry by marczimmer

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... and then a descent into the Valley of Desolation and the caldera. The Amazon rainforest has had quite an opening act to follow. Dominica has no indigenous mammalian wildlife, but it sure has cool plants, snakes and birds. For most of our trip we heard ...

Eighty-five Degrees, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

Eighty-five Degrees

A travel blog entry by charlenethomas

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... at 7:30 am (another $12). This time our flight left at 9:30, and it was only about 30 minutes long. As we approached Dominica and viewed the rugged mountains, we knew we would like this place. Again, the weather was warm and sunny, and again, we did get ...

Dominica, Soufrière, Dominica travel blog

Dominica

A travel blog entry by lasthours

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Day 19 Monday 28th November 2011 Martinique to Dominica  After our morning routine we decided to do our own tour as it was supposed to be cheap. The island is very lush with 365 rivers and a rain forest (weather clue). It's only got 70000 people on ...

Diving with Germans, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

Diving with Germans

A travel blog entry by hobbiton

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Lite slöa på bloggandet, men vi har ju semester! Angelica är lite sjuk, ont i halsen och så, men hon jobbade ända tills vi landade i Puerto Rico, så helt förvånad är jag inte...  :( Nu har vi haft riktig semester sen i lördags kväll, ...

I am driving in Dominica, Portsmouth, Dominica travel blog

I am driving in Dominica

A travel blog entry by scrovo

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Well, I did it. I took the car out for a drive. The roads in Dominica are extremely narrow and in very bad condition. On top of that they drive on the opposite side of the road. I received my driver's license on Friday. This may not seem like a big deal, ...

Dominica, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

Dominica

A travel blog entry by sanita79

... a lot of fresh fruit juice, explored the area and met some nice people in the Cabrit's Dive Center... There we are... Dominica - probably not a place we will return to any time soon, but interesting enough to spend one vacation, good for diving, very ...

Dominica, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Dominica

A travel blog entry by terry.liske

We are getting to sail away from Dominica after a day in the rain-forest.   A beautiful, cool ride on an aerial tram and travelling on narrow winding roads 2000 ft above sea-level.   We did some market shopping today, a very new ...

Portsmouth & Roseau, Portsmouth, Dominica travel blog

Portsmouth & Roseau

A travel blog entry by sv.equinox

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... This is because Dominica is the region's most unspoiled country and its most exciting destination for spectacular natural beauty.  Dominica has a dramatic form of land with valleys, gorges, and pinnacles. This gives you an idea of its ...

Day 3 of the Cruise - Dominica, West Indies, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Day 3 of the Cruise - Dominica, West Indies

A travel blog entry by loolie

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... much as we were! So, they might have gotten rid of them in the meantime (it was two years since we lasted visited Dominica). I did end up purchasing some locally made Dominican coffee beans and some Dominica guava jam. Back on board and to our room! I ...

Nature Island, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Nature Island

A travel blog entry by geotrekker

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Wednesday 11 - finally sailing towards Dominica, Portsmouth, Dominica travel blog

Wednesday 11 - finally sailing towards Dominica

A travel blog entry by theprimerose

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... and her hangover! After a few minutes (well, now it's almost midday!) we start for the Southern Sea... direction Portsmouth, Dominica! My first time on a boat... luckily it was a catamaran, cannot imagine being on a proper sailboat... quite tough ...

Day CS2, Sunday, December 16, At sea, Summit, Coulihaut, Dominica travel blog

Day CS2, Sunday, December 16, At sea, Summit

A travel blog entry by rafinmd

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I woke at 5 to a beautiful morning.  With only the Summit's minuscule jogging track I broke my walk into 2 segments, doing 35 laps (3.5 miles) before starting breakfast and finished the final 15 laps around 8.  Our family arose on quite a ...

Stop #4 - Dominica, Roseau, Dominica travel blog

Stop #4 - Dominica

A travel blog entry by boisestatebob

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dominica, Dominica, Dominica travel blog

dominica

A travel blog entry by linerty__28

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St Lucia to Dominica, Portsmouth, Dominica travel blog

St Lucia to Dominica

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux

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... , the scenery is gorgeous surrounding this small harbor.  The following early morning we continued on to Prince Rupert Sound, Dominica—a full day's sail away--arriving around 1530 on February 1.  This was yet another upwind, inter-island ...

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