Silks Refined Boutique Hotel

Address: Hatton Garden, Marigot, Dominica | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Hatton Garden, Marigot.
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Travel Blogs from Marigot

A day of rest

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 12, 2013

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... are uncommon in Dominica, but common elsewhere. Following the turtle release, we returned to the room, got dressed casually, and went out to the pool. Jen read a book on her iPad while I was writing entries for this travel blog. The day was actually somewhat sunny, so we were able to enjoy some tan time in Dominica. It didn't last long - the rain started and chased us under the pool bar canopy in no time. 10 minutes later, as quickly as the rain had come, it had gone, and full sun ...

Words fail me, Part 2

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 11, 2013

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... of the dreaded steps again - and Kelvin said to us "Now you lead the way, we go at your pace". Since Jen was in front she said, "OK, just tell me if I take a wrong turn", and Kelvin just said "It's impossible to make a wrong turn here, only one way to go". He was right - but it didn't make things any easier. Jen led the way, climbing the steps, and I was in second, with Kelvin following me as close as anyone could be. I was laboring - these were the steepest steps in ...

Words fail me

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 10, 2013

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... took them out of view - and when you reached the turn, all you saw were more steps and more steps, rising higher and higher. Kelvin seemed to be either part billy goat or perhaps a complete robot. Wearing a ratty pair of old sneakers with a rain slicker and "mane" of dreadlocks, Kelvin was just a local that loved climbing and hiking and seemingly never got tired or made a misstep. Once or twice in our climb up the next summit, a short descent followed the terrain as ...

You will get wet on this ride...

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 08, 2013

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... down to golf ball-sized rocks. Moss coated every surface, leaving things slick and slippery. Up to this point, if you'd tried hard enough, you could stay quite dry despite all the water around. With the river crossing - no more. The water was a bit over my knees at the deepest point, probably 2.5 feet at that point, but rushing through such narrow channels that the force was very strong. Jen traversed ahead of me, and took the camera (encased in the rain ...


A travel blog entry by diannezim on Jan 23, 2012

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... customs and immigration, and passengers were free to disembark and start exploring. We had booked a full day tour on-line, and felt a little uneasy about the arrangement, but we had no reason to worry- Sheppee met us on the docks and whisked us off in his air-conditioned van for a very informative and fun tour of the island. Snorkeling at Champagne Reef was first on our itinerary. Gases from an active underground fumerole bubble up into the seawater, and it feels like ...