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... allergic to sulphur because I could of shared it with Ellie. We then drove back to the ship Ellie decided to go look around the town and I went back to the ship the sulphur made my stomach sick, so i want to relax in our ...
... in other ports. And just up the hill from Diamonds International, the street was cordoned off again … hmmm …
No luck with USB ports or Sim cards along here so back to the ship to escape the heat and humidity and a Flat White for me while Doug had an Iced Latte. I spied Oatmeal cookies for the first time this cruise in the Deli … the Chef was there so let him know that he could toss the Choc Chip and the peanut butter ones out and just ...
... get rid of the corrupt people and replace them with even worse fat cats. Roystand frequently said he won't waste the time to vote because of the lack of progress or fairness. Fundamentally it's about what each person believes should be done with revenue brought in to the government coffers - presidential palaces or wider, safer roads? Hmmmmm. All of us admired the view from Morne Bruce, and thankfully we were done getting rained on for the day - periodic rain and drizzle would hit ...
... in its refreshing crystal clear water.
All in all Winston gave us a great day, and a day Ray and I would never forget.
Given we had done a couple of tours with guides, we thought we would take advantage of the great hiking which was available on Dominica.
We had done a hike with Robin & Cheryl to the Fort one afternoon, and there were a couple of trails that we didn't get to finish, so Ray and I ...
... on their way to Nevis and eventually to Virginia. This was documented on a plaque provided by the Commonwealth of Virginia, displayed in the restored section of Fort Shirley, commemorating the 1985 reenactment of the 1607 voyage of the Godspeed to Dominica. We expect the settlers had no trouble filling their water casks....
Donna had inadvertently jammed the little toe on her left foot into one of our deck chairs (she wasn’t looking ...