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... sulphur spring. Since Joanne is allergic to Sulphur, she was not able to see it. This part of the tour was not that exciting - but as with all things, it was an experience. I took some pictures and then went back to the bus to join Joanne.
Next- our tour brought us to the top of a top hill / mountain for some picture opportunities? Now, what is the difference between a talk hill or mountain? I will have to look it up? Anyways, we were high up for this part of the tour so ...
... atlantic blue tangs, rock beauties, parrotfish, bluehead wrasses, spotted groupers, electric blue damselfish, goatfish, and yellowtails were just some of what we saw. Zahir led us out to the edge of the reef, and over to look back and down. Schools of sergeant majors hung in a royal blue sea, and you really got a sense for the entire underwater ecosystem as we swam along the reef head for several hundred yards. Eventually we moved back over the reef and inshore, ...
DAY 47 …… March 4th ………. Roseau, Dominica
This island is the Kauai of the Caribbean or the Garden Island. High mountains, lush tropical flora, waterfalls, great diving but not many beaches of ...
... friend had told me that I had to have seamoss when he was telling me about Dominican things to try. Basically, they take seaweed and spices and make them into a drink that tastes a lot like chai tea. I actually liked it a lot to the point where I picked some up later to bring back home.
Next, we headed to the Emerald Pool, another pretty place to go. There was a short hike I took to actually get to the place where people were ...
... swimming in a champagne glass! The water emerging from the tiny cracks is hot enough to make you say "ouch" when it's poured on your hand. We saw eels, a turtle, innumerable brightly colored tropical fish and even cannon balls and an anchor from a shipwreck dating back to the 1700s.
Our next stop was at Titou Gorge, where parts of Pirates of the Caribbean was filmed. The walls of the gorge are made of smooth, slippery rock and they loom above, with vines ...