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... to viewing the steam vents. It
looked small and indistinct for its supposed status as a tourist
attraction. Nearby was a restaurant cum spa where one could also
view the steaming pot holes.
spent the next several hours driving around the island enjoying the
natural sights of the dense lush vegetation.
the rich bio-diversity of its surroundings, Dominica offers nature
and tranquility at its best!
... have cruise ship ports, although I believe they are working on more. I'm not sure about the airport situation - there are two on the island, and neither can handle jets, so by and large people have to transit to another nearby island to get to Dominica. Following our break, we hopped in the van and headed back south further, through the town of Soufriere. Basically a sleepy fishing village with maybe a half dozen streets, Soufriere was filled with colorful houses and shacks ...
... through a camera lens. When I look back at my pictures, there's no way I'll be able to tell the pictures of the various towns apart because we didn't actually do anything there, we just passed by.
Finally, we made it to the Kalinago territory, where I was able to actually do something. The Kalinago territory is marked by a line on the road that is labeled “start” the way a race starting line would be labeled. It ...
... time on the boat.
We also had a good time diving in the marine preserve. The coral was amazing- possibly some of the best coral walls I've seen. There were a ton of fish, but they were pretty tiny. The highlight though, was being able to swim with the Hawksbill turtles. One of them let us get really close to it.
After the dive, I grabbed a quick lunch at Cafe Desiderata, which is actually a windowless back room to a store that was ...
... set off on a very ambitious hike to Boiling Lake, found atop a recently erupted volcano. Look at his blog (Marczimmers Great Adventure) to see more details. Caitlin and I, being far more sensible, opted for an air-conditioned ride to the Emerald Pool and a black sand beach. I have to say that the idea of a black sand beach is far more attractive than the reality- to me the sand just looks dirty and unattractive. The seawater, however, was lovely and refreshing, and ...