Pointe Baptiste Guest House

Address: Calibishie Village, Calibishie, Dominica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calibishie Village, Calibishie.
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      Words fail me, Part 2

      A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 11, 2013

      14 photos

      ... mildly wet from the initial rainfall - now they squished and squirted with each step. I started up again in the lead, when the two other hikers we met at the Boiling Lake finally passed us. Only a couple miles - 1/6 of the trip remaining - and we'd been passed. Not to worry, though, we climbed again with renewed energy (I did, at least, and I was the slow one), up and up again around switchbacks and slippery mud-covered logs, until we crested the ridge to begin our ...

      Words fail me

      A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 10, 2013

      8 photos

      ... This was the highest point of the journey - so no more climbing, right? Guess again. For now, however, we started downward, down the steepest stairs we'd seen yet. More whipping winds, clouds streaming throughout the trail, and extremely tall drops between each step were the norm. The fierce winds prevent the trees from growing tall, but still surrounded us - I can only imagine if the pathway was barren of vegetation, staying upright would be quite difficult. Another ...

      Hit the reggae music

      A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 07, 2013

      6 photos

      ... shifts in the wind. When we started our descent toward Dominica, there was a bit of jostling by the plane as we broke through a cloud layer. Once the island got close and you could pick out individual trees, that's when Jen felt things got dicey - not me, though! :) Basically our plane flew "nap of the earth" over hills, dropping down, down, and down until we hit the runway. Much to Jen's delight, we did not go off the runway into the ocean. As soon ...

      Departing Dominica, Heading to Brazil

      A travel blog entry by brepetro on Jan 16, 2011

      ... black sand beach a couple miles north of Roseau. We met many different Dominicans at Mero Beach and got to know a little bit about their culture and everyday life. While many of us are used to asking ourselves questions such as "what am I going to watch on TV. today?" or “what should I eat for dinner?”, many citizens on Dominica are asking themselves “will I be able to eat today?” or “will my family survive another day?”. Due to the ...

      Much promised in Dominca

      A travel blog entry by martyandness on Jun 12, 2010

      20 photos

      ... do all day? As there was such a large group of us there was plenty of people to pull ropes, actually Norman only ever asked the boys to do that side of things, and once the sails were up there was not much else to do. So we scrambled for the shade and got out the books and relaxed as much as you could on a boat and would you believe it we managed to arrive in plenty of time for the game! Sooo lucky.

      The biggest piece of gossip (I am having glossy magazine ...