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Today Bob turns 70! We will be going to the Normande restaurant for dinner, as a gesture for celebration.
The ship docked at Roseau Dominica around 8 am and the loud speaker woke us up. We were late – were going to meet Steven and Amber for breakfast at 8. Sorry! We quickly washed and went to breakfast.
Steven and Amber were joining an excursion today. Bob and I did not book any and decided to wing it just like yesterday. We got on shore ...
... know about or care about what is going on in the government of the other the same way they do about their own government. She was suggesting that if the calypsonians occasionally sang about carnival or bacchanal (like the soca bands do) they might have a better chance of getting heard elsewhere. In any case, she dropped me in town and pointed out to me which way to the various things to see.
I grabbed a quick breakfast of a cheap ...
... on the stairmaster”) find some students to
join you so that your son and the geologist (an alpenist who has taught Sherpas
geology) don’t leave you in the sulfours vapors of the lower portions of the
On the morning of the arrival have
breakfast outside and watch the island approach you, take copious photographs,
appreciate your life – ENJOY
... When we got back, the Porto chappie complained bitterly and demanded to see the boss, so eventually we got back in the bus and drove up to another picture taking spot. But the tour was pretty poor.
Back for the new afternoon ritual of nachos, sun on the crows nest deck, tai chi, spa and ready for dinner. Today we went to the main dining room but we were a bit early so had ...
Dominica is a volcanic island that rose from the sea over 20 million years ago. That makes it the youngest island it the Antilles Islands. At the time of its European discovery, the main inhabitants of the island were the Carib Indians. They called the island "Wai'tukubuli", meaning “Tall is her body”. The name was in reference to the islands mountains which rise to over 4,000 feet above sea level.
On November 3rd, 1493, sailing on his second voyage to the ...