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... 45 minutes to an hour we are now swerving, bouncing, and tailgating our way into the mountains on the west side of the island with no drink in sight. Finally, we tailgate another bus into a plantation house property, and get out. No sooner than we all unpacked from the bus did a monsoon break out. Donna stopped for a cup of juice, but said it tasted nasty with a hint of banana. I thought it looked like elephant pee, so I didn't feel I missed anything. Now the ...
... which would have been too close for my liking.
Another production show this evening, City of Dreams. I liked the set designs which I thought were impressive for a ship show - and the singing and dancing were pretty good as well. After the show we listened to some music in the centrum and headed to bed to rest up for another big day.
... 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 ...
Dominica is one of the largest and most northern of the Windward Islands in the West Indies. Called the Nature Island, it is situated between the French islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique. Roseau is the capital and comes from the river reeds (roseaux in French) that grow around the island estuary. Morning showers gave way to rolling clouds and filtered sun throughout the day. We decided to jump on the shore excursion to Trafalgar Falls and later the Emerald Pool found in the ...
... 42 people and Hurricane Dean in 2007 destroyed 99% of the banana crop severely affecting the economy.
Luckily Hollywood loves Dominica as a location. Much of the filming of The Pirates of the Caribbean has been shot here and also a USA reality show "Pirate Master".
We chose to do a tour that would take us into the rainforest and the Morne Trios Pitons National Park, of interest to ...