Silks Refined Boutique Hotel
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... rim of the valley. At the top of the rock scramble, another, gentler climb followed, with primarily grasses and vines covering the ground and a large rim to our right. We kept going up toward the top of a ridge, and once clear, we saw it. The Boiling Lake was indeed that - a roiling lake of boiling water. The shoreline was a bright green from the sulfur content, but most of the lake was enveloped in steam. Kelvin told us that on bright days, the temperature difference ...
... small throat" in the indigenous language of the Carib people, and referes to the narrow opening at the head of the gorge where a waterfall crashes in. The gorge itself is an undulating, thin channel of solid rock carved out by water action over many years. The water is cold and deep, but it is possible to enter near the exit (and trailhead), then swim your way back to the waterfall. This was an actual location used in the movie Pirates of the Caribbean ...
... 3 inches long, and mostly black, the hatchling squirmed around in his hand as he showed to everyone. Into a bucket it went right afterward and the digging began again. Next was another hatchling, but unfortunately It was already dead. :( Turtle man kept digging, and found two others, but no more. Strangely, he allowed everyone the opportunity to hold the hatchling at their leisure - most instances of turtle hatchlings I've see on TV keep people in no ...
... shifts in the wind. When we started our descent toward Dominica, there was a bit of jostling by the plane as we broke through a cloud layer. Once the island got close and you could pick out individual trees, that's when Jen felt things got dicey - not me, though! :) Basically our plane flew "nap of the earth" over hills, dropping down, down, and down until we hit the runway. Much to Jen's delight, we did not go off the runway into the ocean. As soon ...
... br> The only setback of porting in Dominica on Sunday was that nothing was open in any of the towns. We were forced to get back on the ship to eat lunch. After Lunch a group of us wanted to go to the beach and pick up some local beers. However the beaches were all over an hour away. I had found a bar that would sell us some beer to-go but after hearing the news about the beaches, I convinced the bar owner to open up for our group. We had a great time all hanging ...