Pepper's Cottage

21 Eliott Avenue, Roseau, 00109, Dominica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Roseau

Our second visit to Dominica!

A travel blog entry by mgmword


... so complete, that on this visit, we just decided to walk around a bit and find a rock for my collection. I bought a couple of items at the open air market. Some necklaces made of buttons and of course, a little coin purse thing with 'Dominica' on it that I use to store my earrings when I travel. This island is very lush and the people are friendly.

Time to go swimming!

A travel blog entry by jb24003


... we walked down a set of wooden stairs and walkway out to a small rocky cove where we stashed our bags and got into the water. Once again, we all lucked out as there was no cruise ship in port today - Champagne Reef is a hugely popular area for the tourists. The Reef is so named because there are actually hot springs throughout the area, releasing warm water and bubbles like a glass of champagne! The water was actually quite calm today, with the only strong wave action ...

Caribbean The Way It Used To Be

A travel blog entry by tdv95

This is a top pick!

... there's only a handful of beaches and the interior is mountainous and rough. The plus side for visitors is that you get a sense of what Caribbean life was like before the invasion of winter escapees. We elected to just wander, although I kept banging into things because of that stupid eye-patch, and DH was constantly asking if I knew where we were just to hear me say "arr matey" (the things we do to keep the Princess amused).

Outside of the ...

Last day in Dominica

A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... of the lake before it settled back in. Since I wasn't going on an extended hike, there wasn't a whole lot to see/do, so we moved on.
As we drove back to town, the guide pointed out all sorts of plants to me. There's the “David plant” named so because it didn't exist on the island until hurricane David hit. There were all sorts of shorter versions of normal plants that grow stunted in the one area (larger than bonsais, ...


A travel blog entry by diannezim


Many people confuse Dominica with the Dominican Republic, which is easy enough to do considering their similar names. When saying the name of the country the stress is on the second i, like this: Dom-a-NEE-ka. About 72,000 people live on the island, which is heavily covered by a rain forest. We docked in the capital city, Roseau.

Marc and I were up before 7 am so we could watch the pilot boat guide the MV Explorer into the port. Within an hour or two the ship ...

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This hotel, located on 21 Eliott Avenue, Roseau, is near Trafalgar Falls, Emerald Pool Nature Trail, Boiling Lake, and Freshwater Lake.
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