Hibiscus Valley Inn
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... started. Jen was first as usual on the descents, and we took our time, working our way slowly down the narrow ridge back from elfin woodland into montane forest and then the rainforest once again. Our goal was the Breakfast River, but the distance and vertical height was so far it took ages to get there. By now the blisters on my heels ached with every single step, and I could feel the energy sapped from my muscles. I kept wondering whether there was a physical ...
... ever upwards again. An hour after leaving the Breakfast River behind, the three of us reached the top of a mountain. Yeah, an official mountain, called Morne Nicholls (Morne means "mount" in the local language, apparently, and Nicholls is one of the first outsiders to have seen the Boiling Lake). The summit is around 3,000 feet above sea level, although we started at 1,600 feet back at Ti Tou Gorge. The top of the first ridge was around 2,200 feet, and went back ...
We've arrived in Dominica! The flight was fun - nothing like getting used to the concept of 'island time' right off the bat. We boarded some 20 minutes late and took off maybe 15 minutes late. But since no one had anywhere to be, it didn't matter much. The plane (pictured) held perhaps some 45 passengers, and was about half full. The flight itself was surprisingly good and smooth, but like all smaller and particularly propeller-driven planes, is subject to ...
... br> The only setback of porting in Dominica on Sunday was that nothing was open in any of the towns. We were forced to get back on the ship to eat lunch. After Lunch a group of us wanted to go to the beach and pick up some local beers. However the beaches were all over an hour away. I had found a bar that would sell us some beer to-go but after hearing the news about the beaches, I convinced the bar owner to open up for our group. We had a great time all hanging ...
... I was hoping they'd swoop in and rescue me from the deck of the SV/Disaster. Sadly, they did not and we motored on and on. And on. And on.
What should have been a 3 hour sail turned into 5 before reaching St. Pierre. Are you sensing a pattern? St. Pierre is a cool little town in northern Martinique. It sits in the shadow of Mont Pelee, the still-active volcano that destroyed the town in the early 1900's. We walked around and saw a bunch of ruins ...