Roots Jungle Retreat
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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... little bars everywhere, Rastafarians, reggae, it's all about island time. I've been told twice already to "relax mon". Hey, I live on Kauai, I thought I was relaxed!
" Dominica is about 1,400 miles southeast of Miami, 400 miles southeast of San Juan, 400 miles north of Venezuela and 1,500 miles west of Central America. The Caribbean Sea expands to the west, the Atlantic Ocean to the east. The island sits between the ...
if my first idea is to make it the cheapest way.
One of the best place to stay, Stonedge safari Hotel, the food is nice, a lot of backpackers, the showers are cold, the place looks like direectly sculpted in the natural wood, no luxury but welcome ambiance and safari tours are organised. You share the price of the tour among the people staying in the hotel till ...
... of breakfast – meds have to kick in before I can eat !! So down we went - Doug had a coffee while I chatted to the lovely Gabriela who dislikes Windows 8 but is much more polite than I could ever be about that %$#^&* so called upgrade.
Turns out … as you may have read … my Laptop - hereafter called Lemon Laptop .. decided it would only do Flight Mode and not WiFi. Great … thanks Lemon.
Gabriela told me not ...
... I love it too, but there's no way I can top Jen's mania about it. :) Trafalgar Falls is a popular destination for cruise ship passengers since it's a short 20 minute drive from the city center to the gateway. Further, the access to the spot is relatively open, although like most of the island, not intended for handicapped persons. Neither Jen nor I were excited about climbing more stairs or hiking more trails; still sore from our trek to Boiling Lake. Thankfully, the trail that led ...
... tree ferns, taro plants, vines of every sort, elephant ears and ferns covered every square inch. The driver chatted us up - mosquitos, soccer, and temperatures were all subjects of conversation. About an hour after we left the airport, we drew up to the reception of Rosalie Bay - and were greeted with a deep green-colored 'welcome' drink of lime, pineapple, cucumber, and peppermint. Jen adored it, and will be getting the recipe. Shortly after checking in, we ...