Dominica's Sea View Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
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... first one in line to sign up for the contest or competition. She may even be the one that the Cruise Director and her staff know only too well, and may even be trying to avoid, but can’t. Well, she was at the theatre tonight for the musical entertainment. She was up on her feet during the final number…and she was reaching up towards the stage trying to get the attention of the main performer. Apparently she had some important message to deliver? ...
... this is really an amazing eco system. I would love to come back here when the water is clearer. The end of the second dive we wound up at Champagne Reef. This is the spot where the volcanic gases from the earth escape and create this "champagne bubble" effect. I had read about this and now was experiencing it first hand. Very cool! There are also several underwater warm vents which spew out very warm water from the depths of the earth. It was quite an experience. ...
... is still VERY slow and not as I was able to do last year.
Because we had had a late breakfast, we weren’t that hungry and I have to admit that I thought it was best to make hay while the sun shone … or perhaps I should say make lemonade with Lemon Laptop while I could.
So I plugged away at uploading photos etc and then I started to update the text when Doug reminded me that Trivia was on at 4.15.
... little number much to his disappointment!
Now back to Iles Des Saints. Once again we were tendered in and we wandered around this battered little town under the very hot caribbean sun. The town was unremarkable, the sea was beautiful. There was was a 5 masted clipper, modern version of Jack Sparrow's vessel, not far from our ship that provided a dramatic sight against the mountain backdrop.
After wandering the streets for a while, looking in local shops ...
... and sat down on the steps. We started watching cars, waiting for Roystand to show up. He actually left to pick up another couple from Rosalie Bay that had taken on the Boiling Lake hike that day. They must have been slower than Jen and I, because we finished before 3:30, which would have resulted in a 4 PM pickup time, right on time. At 4:40, Roystand showed up, with two people that looked like death warmed over. Jen and I smiled and laughed quietly, as we knew the pain they were ...