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... Alexander was mildly interested, Ian was fast asleep. As a side note Ian sleeps through most landings if not his ears get locked and that makes him miserable. After we landing we had a bit of an adventure. As we waited for the plane to reload Ian says "mom that's my suitcase" I told him no our stuff is under the plane. Then wee hear "NO NO BRING THAT BACK THAT CASE IS GOING TO SVG!" It was the funniest sight watch the baggage handler chase the ...
... oceans was not nearly as impressive as what we saw at St. Kitts. But you can see clearly the difference of the 2 waters – Atlantic had a lot stronger waves whereas Caribbean was a lot calmer. A peddler for coconut water came and we bought one of his coconut for $1. Drinking fresh coconut water out of the shell was not bad at all. But it had more water/juice than the 2 of us could drink. We also ate the “meat” which did not taste as good as what ...
... much better than the St. Barth's museum.
Also in that area of town is a craft market where the locals can sell home-made crafts, and trinkets imported from China that happen to say “Dominica” on them. There were plenty of carvings and woven items though, so you're not stuck with generic souvenirs. At the end of the road that fronts the ocean is the Fort Young Hotel. The hotel is the fancy place to stay in town, so it has a tour ...
... to keep their reputation for return visits.
The tour guide and driver was called Shy Guy. They get these nick-names from childhood and they’re stuck with them for life. He was anything but shy, but very kind and informative as we hurtled up the mountain in his pimped out van. He took us to Trafalgar Falls – a natural set of three waterfalls high up in the volcanic mountains. In places, the water would converge from two streams. If one of them is thermal and ...
... are never packed away and forgotten. But it is still fun to shop the local vendor markets. Just behind the colorful and crowed stands of local souvenirs, in stark contrast to the brightness of the market stands in front, is a covered area that is unremarkable in most senses, except for its history. This was the Old Slave block, a reminder of the dark days of world’s history when humans were bought and sold as slaves. In Dakar, Senegal, we had seen the “Doorway of ...
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