Douglas Guest House

Portsmouth, Dominica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Portsmouth, Dominica, is near Morne Anglais and The JTAS Experience.
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Travel Blogs from Dominica

Falls of Dominica & Sulphur Springs

A travel blog entry by eljo_adventures on Apr 11, 2014

43 photos

... would be ok if they fit well. Your shoes will probably get wet, so keep that in mind.

The falls at the end are great, and the nature around the falls was breath taking. There is a nice pool at the bottom and ...

This is the SH!T happens tour all over again !!

A travel blog entry by dougo on Mar 23, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... commenced.

After the eggs dripped onto my top as they have every day so far this cruise – I can’t take a trick !! I mopped up the yellow droplet, Doug shook his head from side to side … we finished breakfast and walked downstairs to our cabin. The lifts were still out and many were sitting on the stairs waiting for them to come back on.

Teeth brushed, sun block applied, money in wallet and we were off to ...

Island Highlights

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 13, 2013

10 photos

... though, it was a bit disappointing. That is, the place is more of a general park with large expanses of grass between trees, where you'd normally find soccer fields or baseball fields in the U.S. The trees were unique - trees from Africa, New Zealand, South America, and native trees. I believe it used to be completely native plants, but Hurricane David wiped 90% of the park out in 1979, and the replanting was done with a variety of plants instead of native flora. A parrot exhibit ...

Whale-watching in Dominica

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Jan 09, 2012

... headed back to the island invigorated. We stopped to pick up snorkeling supplies and lunch, and then went to the champagne coast to see the coral reef. The coast gets its name from the bubbles that form on the surface of the water from underground volcanic activity. We got back to the port just in time to take one of the last tender boats back to the ship, and we sailed away from Dominica in the afternoon towards our final stop: Port Everglades, ...

Ninja Man

A travel blog entry by venema on Jan 16, 2011

89 photos

... to tell the owner that he sent us. Well, once we got inside we were almost instantly sent out because we clearly weren’t from Dominica. But we told him about George and he wearily let us stay but was extremely skeptical, and boy am I glad we got to stay! We sat at the bar and were told to pick a fish that was freshly caught that day. I for one have never experienced anything like this before, but I picked up the spear he gave me and stabbed a random snapper and ...

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