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... no mega resorts, swanky chain hotels and mass tourism.
It is unspoiled and lovely. That is why the producers
selected Dominica as a backdrop for two sequels of Pirates of the
Caribbean movie series.
country has survived with a predominantly agricultural-based economy
that includes bananas. Since it cannot compete with other Caribbean
countries when it comes to beaches, it concentrated on its tropical
interior. Lately, Dominica ...
... with. This trip again started with a tour van, but had our largest group yet - including Jen and myself and our driver, there were 10 of us altogether. Dick was one of the group - his wife Suzanne decided to spend the day reading in the sun at the resort. The couple we'd picked up yesterday from the Boiling Lake hike joined; Carl and Beth were their names, a new couple in Sandeep and Joanna, and the spa director Laura and her boyfriend John were also with us. The driver and ...
... br> Instead, I ended up with a surprise tour. The nephew of one of the hotel owners apparently does tours, and he offered me an afternoon tour. First though, I got a quick lunch at a Chinese restaurant by the digicel building. The restaurant is upstairs, so got a nice view of the town AND I got the bonus of hearing some of the calypsonians sing because digicel was running some event right caddy-corner from the restaurant. The Chinese ...
... you rethink everything you had accepted as normal about tourism and vacation. (Also, if you like movies instead, Life & Debt is a fantastic alternative with essentially the same message). Essentially though, each chronicles the histories and now present realities of small Caribbean islands. Kincaid’s book covers Antigua and the film Jamaica. Although we did not travel to either of these islands, the
story was the same.
... her in the port. We were heading back towards the port thru the French section of town. Many of the building were being restored, some were in poor conditions, but others were restored and painted a bright color as is the tradition on these small islands of the Caribbean. In the French section of town, many of the buildings had balconies. There was an unusual feature to the balconies and that was the support structure for the balconies. They were supported by small thin timbers ...