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Travel Blogs from Roseau
... my battery had gone. He and his dad stopped what they were doing and retrieved the necessary equipment. Mom wasn't nearly as pleased. My laptop is now charged and I sent a thank you gift to their room. I think they are scared of me, as I was over enthusiastic and nearly skipping for joy. Navy Bob, seems to exhaust all he comes in contact with. Tonight he flipped ...
... a tour book, but unrecognizable on the street. There's an ancient french quarter from colonial times, also in-differentiable from the jumble of the rest of the city.
In this way it rather reminded me of visiting Naples last year -- A city built upon, built upon, built upon itself, always in use. Some time in the future, Dominica may begin to excavate ...
... Pitons National Park (an UNESCO World Heritage site). We covered over 2000 feet elevation up and down to the falls and then to the pool. Teresa didn't think a hiking day would be required but indeed it was (check off work out for the day). The day was a bit cooler so we passed on a dip in the Emerald Pool. Back on board we devoured cheeseburgers and enjoyed afternoon sun and casual dining. Our next stop: St George (Greneda) posts will be delayed two days while in Greneda and at ...
· 2030-2100 - Explorer
Seminar: Documenting Your Voyage Faculty and staff experts on how to
photograph, film, and write about travel will offer and invite tips on how to
best document your experience from the beginning. (First of a proposed
series.) - Union
before attend one last meeting
- Logistical ...
... lots of colorful buildings. Two cruise ships were in port so the souvenir kiosks abounded in the port area. There are many pretty churches, a large botanical garden with mostly trees, and a government building under construction that is very controversial as many believe it to be a waste of money.