Hibiscus Valley Inn

Address: Concord # 6, Marigot, Dominica | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Concord # 6, Marigot.
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Travel Blogs from Marigot

Words fail me, Part 2

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 11, 2013

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... 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 ...

Words fail me

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 10, 2013

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... 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 ...

You will get wet on this ride...

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 08, 2013

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... and generally trying to avoid being swept down the river. I asked Travis if he'd ever seen it so big and full - my assumption that since we were barely able to get there due to overloaded rivers, it must be at its height. In fact, Travis was snapping pictures with his little phone since he'd never seen it so full indeed. We started our journey back - exactly the way we came, made a lot slower by one of the German ladies (who needed a smoke break earlier) - ...

Portsmouth & Roseau

A travel blog entry by sv.equinox on Apr 13, 2011

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... us to participate in. We attended a barbeque which they put on one evening, where they had their Minister for Tourism attend, as well as Chris Doyle, the writer of all the touring guides which most cruisers use as their "bible". We got to meet both these people, and many others, all of whom had similar sailing interests.

All in all our experience in Dominica was really pleasant and one that Ray and I will remember always.

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Field Excursions

A travel blog entry by lindenauersas on Jan 16, 2011

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1. SNORKELING IN CHAMPAGNE REEF – (1330-1600 Sunday, 16 January) As one of the top five dive destinations in the world, Dominica has numerous pristine coral reefs with diverse marine life, perfect for snorkeling. Depart the ship for a 15-minute drive south of Roseau through the picturesque village of Pointe Michel and arrive at the snorkeling facility. Upon arrival at center, you will be outfitted with snorkeling gear and given an ...