Hibiscus Valley Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsHibiscus Valley Inn Marigot
Great place for any length stay. Really friendly owner/staff, comfortable rooms w/hot water for a reasonable price. Wi-Fi works. Good food. Highly recommend.
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... since there was still some vegetation on the right that blocked some of the view. I snapped some pics with the camera and came back to Jen, whereby we went down the hill again and turned right at the river. We almost got to the bridge again when I spotted one of the feral pigs that roams the island. It was a female - actually almost looks like a domesticated pig, but was clearly beholden to no one. She rooted around in the dirt, eyeing us every so often while I took pictures. ...
... which point a muscle fails to contract, and what determined that limit. We kept going down. An hour passed and we heard the sound of rushing water again - the Breakfast River! Jen crossed first, very carefully and slowly, and I was next. I balanced on a rock and moved to put a foot on the next, when my other foot slipped underneath me. I spun around and Kelvin stretched out his hand, and I caught his arm. I didn't fall in, but my shoes did. Up to this point, my socks ...
... 1,600 feet at the Breakfast River, so by this point we'd climbed some 2,000 feet upwards and descended 800 over the span of about 4 miles in two hours. The top of the mountain was basically just a circular clearing with no vegetation and whipping winds pushing you every which way. We were in the middle of a cloud, so unfortunately there were no spectacular views to be had, at least today. The three of us stopped to again breathe and make any changes to our packs ...
Many people confuse Dominica with the Dominican Republic, which is easy enough to do considering their similar names. When saying the name of the country the stress is on the second i, like this: Dom-a-NEE-ka. About 72,000 people live on the island, which is heavily covered by a rain forest. We docked in the capital city, Roseau.
Marc and I were up before 7 am so we could watch the pilot boat guide the MV Explorer into the port. Within an hour or two the ship ...
... because I was too nervous that my camera would break, but if you get the chance look up the pictures on Google to see what I’m talking about. The tour guides showed us some cannons and old chains from ships that had been there for quite some time because they were covered in coral, which takes a while to grow.
After exploring a little bit in the water we went to sit up by the bar. On the way there some girl stepped in fecal matter (human) and that was ...