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

    Pirates Of The Caribbean Style

    A travel blog entry by ebzh on Jun 01, 2014

    47 photos

    ... More than basic but such a cool spot, happy time again!

    Dominica is not easy to backpack but I got lucky and I didn't regret choosing this one. The island remains untouched and is beautiful, actually the one I preferred in all the Caribbean, keep that in mind readers! ;)

    OK, next! Let's meet Damien the French guy again. Dominica doesn't really have marinas so I didn't try to hard to find sailing boats, knowing that my ferry ticket was bought anyway...


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

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Mar 23, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... get $US25 for our outside cabin !!!

    Showed that to Doug when I returned to the cabin and I looked at Lemon Laptop, turned it on and noticed that it was still at the troubleshooting page. Saw that there were no bars on the icon – it may have had a skull and cross bones over them for all I know - but it wasn’t working. I clicked on the troubleshooter again and again it came up with a few things that I couldn’t do - eg for the first time ...

    Island Highlights

    A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 13, 2013

    10 photos

    ... to foreigners. That is, there are some junky tourist shops, but nothing with decent items to buy. I think some of it was due to there not being a cruise ship in port, so many vendors weren't out and we got unwanted attention from those that were. The weather turned quite hot as well - Roseau is in a rain shadow, with most rain falling on the east side of the island due to the mountains, and the climate was more arid and hot. An hour later, the four of us met back at the cruise ...

    Departing Dominica, Heading to Brazil

    A travel blog entry by brepetro on Jan 16, 2011

    ... on the island, Dominicans have a much different lifestyle than everyday Americans like you and I. We must be very grateful for what we have at home and appreciate the opportunities that both our parents and America gives to each and every one of us.

    On Monday, the town of Roseau was bustling with natives. Thousands of people were walking the streets, trying to sell fruits, vegetables, clothes… you name it. The Dominicans also love the U.S. ...

    Much promised in Dominca

    A travel blog entry by martyandness on Jun 12, 2010

    20 photos

    ... was that Cliff was departing earlier than expected due to the conflict of interest between captain and said crew. He was an interesting character our Cliff and for one reason or another did not get on with Norman. Consequently Norman was quite verbal in his distaste for Cliff and if he was not yelling at him he was ignoring him. We didn't see Norman for three days. I say this in total amazement because as I have mentioned before this is a very small boat that has NO ...