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... and past the reef is the drop off. I read that within 1/2 mile of shore there are vertical drops of 800 to more than 1,500 feet. I believe it! It is straight down, and the visibility is incredible.
We feel that we are swimming in an aquarium and the coral is outstanding. In closer to the bubbles there is not a lot of coral; I wonder if it is because of the bubbles and the warmer water? What an amazing experience.
The second Princess tour is leaving. ...
... Both of these industries were also subject to fierce storms and hurricanes that pass through. Tourism has largely replaced most other industries for Dominica, and they're off to a good start. The government has inundated the populace with the concept that tourism is everybody's business, from an executive living in a mansion (not many of those, though) to the poverty-stricken in the streets. Road infrastructure is clearly a priority as well, and it goes without saying ...
... everything was. The thing the annoyed me a little though is that we were driving everywhere and the guide kept saying, “oh, that's a great place to take pictures.” He'd stop for me to take the picture of something that looked more or less the same as everything else (so I didn't really feel I needed another picture of it), and wait until I took the picture. I wanted to go hike the areas and experience them, not just look ...
... to the dive shop to get fitted for gear. I haven't used a wetsuit to dive in ages, but the water was cold enough that I needed one. The boat left from the hotel with 3 guests and picked up 2 more at another hotel further from town. For the day, we had 2 dive masters, 5 divers, and a boat captain. It was a pretty good group. The divemasters and captain were all pretty funny and the other couples and I were all trading dive stories. We had ...
... covers a range too, from slightly unpleasant odor of sulfur to an unbearable rotten egg stench. We lay in outdoor bathtubs with warm water trickling down on us gently.
After a quick trip to the botanical gardens and an observation point to get an overview of the city of Roseau, we finally headed back to the ship for dinner and a shower. By then we were completely exhausted!
After a good night’s sleep we were up and ready to go again. Marc ...