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... a few photos, and then the fun began. One drop, two drops, down pour. I mean we have a cat 5 hurricane sitting over this trail. However, we have our rain gear. In the bus. By the time we make it back to the bus the clothes on our bodies, in our cabin on the ship, and clothes at home were soaked. We would've been drier diving off the back of the ship, and drug across the Caribbean for the last week. We finally get in the bus, and now the air works well. ...
... On the way, we passed a few small villages. Dominica seemed really quite poor. There was no high-end ocean front resort or anything like that. But the island was very lush, and there were some very colorful and beautiful flowers! The road was very narrow, barely allowing 2 cars to go by each other. Hiring a driver was definitely the right thing. Would not want to rent a car to drive here.
We got to Scotts Head and I took a few photos. The meet of ...
... at Frans' Patisserie in town and headed towards the river and the ocean.They meet at the market. It was early and there was no cruise ship in, so the market was full of folks selling their vegetables and fruits. I even passed a fish stand where a lady was scaling the fish right in front of everybody. The souvenir vendors were just getting set up, but they were relatively sparse compared to the produce vendors.I strolled up the road that fronts ...
... 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 ...
... just the remnants of the night’s rain clouds along with high heat and high humidity. The Emerald Princess was one of the first ships of the tourist season, so we were able to see a fresher port as the locals were happy to see the new tourists. Tourism is a major source of income for most of the islands that we are visiting.
We docked right in the downtown section of the town. From our top decks of the ship, we were able to see out over the town and back to ...
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