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I went and visited the dive operator and set up diving for the next 2 days, then timidly ventured out on the road in the Rav-4 to explore a little bit. Drove all the way to the end of the island, Scott's Head, and poked around. Scott's Head is where the Caribbean and Atlantic oceans meet. You can stand and look at both oceans at the same time, pretty cool!
Dominica is night and day different from Saba. This is the Caribbean of the movies- hot ...
... only about 45 minutes each way through the jungle to Middleham Falls. All you have to do is follow the yellow and blue hash marks, and watch your footing. The trail was in good shape but we are nearing the top of the island so much more rain, and MUD. The falls were beautiful....something like 200 feet. The clouds broke about 30 minutes later, so there was only one thing left to do...go ...
... 12 hours later ... this is what went down in Dominica after dealing with Lemon Laptop in the morning
After hitting the sack well beyond midnight last night - or perhaps more correctly this morning - and with no tour booked in Dominica no alarm clock was set - YAY ! Doug woke at 7.45 and I woke at 8.15 – another YAY. He was in the shower when I woke so I stayed in bed.
I thought I would head downstairs to the Internet Café ...
... as well. Our group spent around 20 minutes there, and continued on to the next location, Trafalgar Falls. Before we got to the Trafalgar Falls, we first stopped at a roadside stand on the way up the mountain to order lunch. Once we finished with the Falls, we'd stop back and lunch would be waiting. Local, roadside food is basically one of Jen's core reasons for living. She adores food in general, and loves trying new cuisines, particularly the foods eaten by the resident ...
... our bags. It was at this point that the customs officers were not pleased with the reggae music, and demanded the guy turn his phone off. He complied. At the back of the airport, we exited and met our driver; loaded our bags into a van and took off toward Rosalie Bay Resort (in Rosalie, no less). The roads were narrow, twisty and near vertical as we climbed up and down hills and into valleys. Virtually everything is green here - royal palms, coconut palms, ...