Ma Bass Guest House
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... I grabbed our bathroom sanitizing stuff and rushed back there but he was right someone had issues. I then ask the air hostess could we go and use the restroom in the terminal. She got permission from the ground crew after they asked can't he use the one on the plane Ian yell "NO ITS DISGUSTING!" and they gave permission and left us off. We walked down the stairs and ran out across the runway and to the terminal where we found a restroom. Crisis ...
... the Boiling Lake hike, our greatest danger for injury or death was transiting around the island. The initial journey was back through the middle of the island, through Roseau, and further south to where we stopped at a purveyor of snorkel gear to pick up what anyone was missing. Next stop, Champagne Reef. A series of small colorful buildings surrounding the corner of a bend in the road was our base - they offered changing rooms and food and drink before or after our swim. ...
... buy a parrot. In reality Dominica was home to many pirates and their legendary treasure.
Outside of being DHs favourite film location, this little bit of paradise has always been something of an afterthought; Christopher Columbus didn't even put much effort into the naming of the island- apparently he first saw it on a Sunday (dominica is Sunday in Latin) and kept on sailing. Today it's largely ignored by the sun worshipers who flood other parts of ...
... named for the French word for “sulfur” because there are lots of sulfur springs. Apparently, that one was turned into a spa.
I was headed to a “real” one though. The government has a bunch of parks and natural sites that you can buy passes for and then go to, one of which is a sulfur “spa.” I bought my pass and went in. It was basically a rock-lined pool filled with sulfur-orange water that was coming in ...
... cannot be any less than psyched! Anyways, the hike ended at a pristine 100ft waterfall into a clear, crisp and incredibly freezing blue pool. I not only got into this
frigid water, but I also cliff-jumped (from about 15ft up, some people did 40ft – too crazy for me)!
All in all, I am glad this was our first stop. Simply because there was enough to learn and
grasp in a short two days, and the short amount of time along with ...