KaiWoshe Inn

Address: Pointe Mulatre, Dominica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pointe Mulatre, Dominica.
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Travel Blogs from Dominica

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

A travel blog entry by dougo on Mar 23, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... 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.


Island Highlights

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 13, 2013

10 photos

... 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, ...

Goal of the Trip: Ruggedness!

A travel blog entry by lindenauersas on Jan 17, 2011

1 comment

... that I will post soon. From there we drove to a rapid river where we each got in our own intertube and traveled 2.5 miles downstream. I had a lot of fun until my ass slammed into a rock and bruised my tailbone for the second time in one month. Now I’m back on the ship and classes resume tomorrow but I don’t have any on A day so I plan to do all my homework, workout, lay by the pool. Tough life, eh? Almost a week until we arrive in ...

Where I want to retire

A travel blog entry by vegasv on Dec 21, 2010

5 photos

... are pretty scary, but the drivers of other cars are even scarier. There are tons of bumps and potholes to avoid, but the toughest part of driving here has to be the windy roads up and down the mountainous terrain. Or first stop up was the emerald pool. There was a great waterfall into a clear pool of water with a little cave in the back. The hillsides above and around were densely covered in ferns. We took a quick dip ...

Rainforest hiking

A travel blog entry by aniseh on May 31, 2010

3 photos

... a 25 degree decline going in and 20 degrees incline coming out for about 20 minutes over mossy and slippery rocks. The views were spectacular though, and the mountain streams that we crossed over were clear as glass. I've never seen such clear mountain water. Barrett said, "that water looks good enough to drink!". He and I went into the "Emerald Pool" together. The water was a little colder than we've become accustomed to lately (70 ...