Ma Bass Guest House
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... a chance to see a lot of the city at once. The city below us looked really crowded.
I'd love to return to Dominica someday. As you will probably notice from my blogs, I don't normally like to repeat a place. Dominica would be an exception. I loved this place and would love the chance to explore it more - esp. the countryside. I am not big on returning to the city but the country would be a reason to return. The hiking at this place is supposed to be awesome - which I ...
... to launching point closer to shore and amongst a greater density of underwater bubble vents. Zahir decided to dive down a bit and tease some moray eels, briefly grabbing their tails as they slithered in and around the rocks and corals. After snorkeling around for an hour, we came back to shore, where, of course it was raining again. By the time we got out and dried off, the rain had stopped, we collected our gear and went back up to the buildings up by the road. One of ...
The old Fort Young has been converted into a really nice resort on the waterfront of Roseau.
The Chinese and the Venezuelans have a significant presence here and are funding much of the
... cold) water. The hike was pretty and the waterfall that fills the pool at the end was nice too. I went in up to my knees, but no more as I wasn't in a swimsuit and it wasn't exactly warm. On a warm day, this would be a lovely site to swim around in, but it was pretty chilly and wet when I was there.
From there, we drove around the island, passing various mountains and villages on the way. The guide was doing a good job of telling ...
... After wading and swimming through the gorge, a pool appears and at the end of it is a waterfall. Our guide showed us how to climb up and around the waterfall- and then the only way back down is to jump!
We then headed to Trafalgar Falls and followed up with a long luxurious soak in natural hot springs. Dominica is a volcanic island, and so there is an abundance of hot springs, steam vents and even boiling pools with water that ranges from warm to scalding. ...