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 long, long day travelling to Dominica

A travel blog entry by extendedranger on Jul 12, 2015

4 comments, 32 photos

... back down on the current and we set off for town. A fun way to end my Dominica experience!

July 17- I left Roseau at 0 dark thirty this morning and headed to the opposite side of the island, to the airport, to drop off the car and catch the plane to St. Marteen. Thankfully the car rental agency in Roseau has an office at the airport as well and I was able to drop it off there. I only got lost once in the dark, and made it to the airport with about ...

A day of rest

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 12, 2013

9 photos

... us wanted to deal with an irate pig, though, so we left the area - I walked backwards a bit to keep an eye on the sow, but she was just focused on the evening's meal. Once again, we returned to the resort and room, where we planned out the next day's trip and got ready for dinner. Jen ordered a quartered duck leg and I had the special, which was grilled shrimp and mahi mahi on a bed of creole rice. Don't need to say they were delicious. Tomorrow - a trip to Roseau, Dominica's capital ...

Words fail me, Part 2

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 11, 2013

14 photos

... mildly wet from the initial rainfall - now they squished and squirted with each step. I started up again in the lead, when the two other hikers we met at the Boiling Lake finally passed us. Only a couple miles - 1/6 of the trip remaining - and we'd been passed. Not to worry, though, we climbed again with renewed energy (I did, at least, and I was the slow one), up and up again around switchbacks and slippery mud-covered logs, until we crested the ridge to begin our ...

Words fail me

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 10, 2013

8 photos

... This was the highest point of the journey - so no more climbing, right? Guess again. For now, however, we started downward, down the steepest stairs we'd seen yet. More whipping winds, clouds streaming throughout the trail, and extremely tall drops between each step were the norm. The fierce winds prevent the trees from growing tall, but still surrounded us - I can only imagine if the pathway was barren of vegetation, staying upright would be quite difficult. Another ...


A travel blog entry by diannezim on Jan 23, 2012

19 photos

... 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 ...