Dominica's Sea View Apartments
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Not the toughest hike but the most boring getting to and back from the trailhead. I moved up this morning to New Town just outside of Roseau. I missed the 0900 bus to Laudat which unfortunately is the only one per day. I paid a kid to run me up and drop me off at Freshwater Lake to the ranger station ( you have to buy a hiking pass) and then walked 2 1/5 miles back to the trailhead. From there ...
... to Dominica where I thought I might be able to buy a USB stick.
No such luck, the shops are all closed apart from Diamonds International and their outrages prices and a couple of other DF shops and market stalls. Apparently just about everything closes on Sunday in Dominica. Again ...Murphy's Law !!
I shoulda gone for the Apple rather than the %^$@##$^&* Lemon.
I'll be in touch when I can.
... surrounding it. One side became the Boeri Lake, the other the Freshwater Lake. Most of the hydroelectric energy the island produces (which is roughly 40% of the total energy created on the island) is derived from the Freshwater Lake. The lake itself was nothing major - basically what looked like a marshy lake way up in the mountains. To be fair, it was raining or drizzling up there, as it often seems to be at high altitudes, and is a popular location to go swimming or kayaking, ...
... up. We go up and down so many times, I know the way back will not be significantly easier. Daniel looks me over appraisingly. He's already told me I'm a monkey, the way I cross the stones in the river. Now he tells me I'm a fighter, he likes that.
Going back, Daniel's legs cramp up twice and he has to sit down. I offer him a hard boiled egg, and some nuts, which he gladly accepts. He's lost the calculating look in his eye. We stop at the fresh water stream to refill our ...
... the day’s activities.)
I disembarked at 8:40 and met the tour van in the parking area at the end of the Roseau cruise pier. My group was driven inland to the Layou River for the tubing part of the excursion. I can’t remember the last time I went tubing down a river – perhaps 21 years ago in Connecticut? It was a lot of fun, made more enjoyable by the 82-degree sunshine shining down. After ...