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Travel Blogs from Dominica
... woman was quite dour and barely said boo all night but her husband was nice as were the Canadian couples. We sat and chatted to Jim and Nancy for quite a while comparing cruise horror stories and finally left the dining room after 8.15 - too late to get to the Princess Theatre or the Mentalist so we thought we’d see what was on TV - Last Vegas !! Might head down later on but whatever we do, I don’t want another start to the day like this morning’s fiasco.
... ferried us into the town and we were immediately immersed in colour and music.Although the architecture is interesting this town is devoid of upkeep or general maintenance. Timber double story houses with balconies and shuttered windows sit brightly on broken streets. Old cars navigate these streets without the help of traffic lights and stop signs. Chocolate brown faces and bodies adorned in colourful cloths are all around. Not much work appears to be done but smiles ...
... the safety and security boat boy was hovering near by to earn a quick buck and soon had us attached to a bouy with loud reggae music just behind us on the beach thrown in for free! First bouy we have had to pay for since we launched. We had forgotten what it was like down South and this was a quick reminder! Chatting with the boat boy it would seem gossip is up at the moment, as the boat that got attacked in Union Island in October, are back on the move ...
... clearly just been redone - don't know how they possibly did it considering the steep grade and twists and turns of this route. At one point our driver had to shut off the air conditioning so that the engine could use 100% of its horses to climb the steep hill! It was slow going for most of the ride up which took about 45 minutes. Then it was like we entered a Zen garden - nothing but lush rainforest, bird calls, and ...
... snorkeling sites in the Caribbean and sits on the edge of a submerged volcano. Encounter an extensive variety of tropical fish and corals, including sponges, lobster, parrot fish and a resident population of Hawksbill turtles and green turtles. You may also view sea horses and the remains of the 17th century Spanish ship wreck (cannons and chain links). Enjoy the ancient and beautiful underwater scenery, which features colorful corals ...
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