Roots Jungle Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... 12 hours later ... this is what went down in Dominica after dealing with Lemon Laptop in the morning
After hitting the sack well beyond midnight last night - or perhaps more correctly this morning - and with no tour booked in Dominica no alarm clock was set - YAY ! Doug woke at 7.45 and I woke at 8.15 – another YAY. He was in the shower when I woke so I stayed in bed.
I thought I would head downstairs to the Internet Café ...
... as well. Our group spent around 20 minutes there, and continued on to the next location, Trafalgar Falls. Before we got to the Trafalgar Falls, we first stopped at a roadside stand on the way up the mountain to order lunch. Once we finished with the Falls, we'd stop back and lunch would be waiting. Local, roadside food is basically one of Jen's core reasons for living. She adores food in general, and loves trying new cuisines, particularly the foods eaten by the resident ...
... for the first couple of days on the ship. It seemed that anytime I sat down, a nap would soon follow. Luckily I was not the only person with this problem and it seemed to be socially acceptable to fall asleep anywhere on the boat. However after the first couple days I finally got my sea legs and haven’t had a problem on the ship since.
Today is our second and last day in Dominica. This port has been the perfect warm-up port for everyone on the ...
... pool. I expected it to be cool like mountain runoff at home, but the water was relatively warm. After a ton of pictures, we began our short hike back to our van. The next stop was Trafalgar Falls on the other side of Trois Pitons. Trois Pitons means three peaks in French. The mountain has 3 peaks which is sort of odd looking. Along the way to the falls, we stopped for a few roadside treats. We sucked on a coffee ...
Well, by now more than one week since we tore the sail but it seemed like a good title at the time.
Thank you to all of you who have checked in to make sure I'm still alive and well despite the gap in entries. The last two days have been filled with diving so while I've been writing each day, I haven't had a chance to get online. That said, I'll pick up back on Friday...
FRIDAY, APRIL 16
ST. PIERRE, MARTINIQUE
Our trip from Grande ...