Ma Bass Guest House
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... Just great! Our guardian angel bailed out somewhere in town around the port gate. Well by some miracle we get to the falls only to pull into the parking lot with the engine door open, and black smoke rolling out of the engine. A driver from another bus walks over to slam the door shut, and tells our driver it's all good. I'm not sure at the point I should walk to the falls, because I have a vision of pushing this thing somewhere this morning. AAA is not around ...
... pushed you back. The amount of rainfall they had had lately made it far more difficult than it normally was, according to Calvin.
Next stop was Trafalgar Falls and the sulphur hot springs. This would have been a good stop but with the ship shore excursions there it made it very chaotic and too many people for our liking. We still had a nice soak in the hot springs which helped after the previous hike.
... luck uploading a picture through my phone. Go figure.
So in any case, I'm afraid I won't be posting any pictures of beautiful piles of whole nutmeg, or jelly coconuts, any time soon.
We spent the day in the capital of Roseau - a city full of history, of which it seems largely unaware. The ancient plantation home of their most famous author is ...
... packed. It took a while for me to get out, at which point I asked somebody where I could pick up a bus or taxi. The guy looked at me like I was crazy and pointed the way to town, insisting that it's short and safe. Fine. I walked into town and up to the place I knew I could get a bus and took the bus from there back to the hotel. It was nice that the buses were still running and weren't charging more for night time.
... 42 people and Hurricane Dean in 2007 destroyed 99% of the banana crop severely affecting the economy.
Luckily Hollywood loves Dominica as a location. Much of the filming of The Pirates of the Caribbean has been shot here and also a USA reality show "Pirate Master".
We chose to do a tour that would take us into the rainforest and the Morne Trios Pitons National Park, of interest to ...