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... In this rocky area there is a long rubber mat over some rocks and into the water; it looks like a giant slip n' slide!
There's a group of people snorkeling and, from the blue striped towels we see on the rocks, we realize it is one of the Princess excursion tours - look like we're in the right place. Then we wonder if they'll take the slip and slide with them when they leave...
As they are getting out, we get in. Thank goodness for that mat as the rocks ...
... atlantic blue tangs, rock beauties, parrotfish, bluehead wrasses, spotted groupers, electric blue damselfish, goatfish, and yellowtails were just some of what we saw. Zahir led us out to the edge of the reef, and over to look back and down. Schools of sergeant majors hung in a royal blue sea, and you really got a sense for the entire underwater ecosystem as we swam along the reef head for several hundred yards. Eventually we moved back over the reef and inshore, ...
... Canadian Royalty and walking the streets of Roseau, DH has helped build some bridges.
Given an economy that is over-reliant on agriculture (bananas in particular) in the middle of hurricane alley, the recent governments are trying to promote Dominica as an eco tourism destination. Hopefully they see success but it was nice to visit a Caribbean island without the usual barrage of "I'm With Stupid" T-shirts and palm tree shaped fridge magnets.
... short). The coolest was this particular fern that responds to touch. When you tap it, it closes up for a while.
In town, I grabbed lunch from an “Italian” restaurant. Basically, it had the same kinds of local foods that the places in St. Kitts have- macaroni pie, cookup, steamed veggies, grilled meats. I'm not sure there was anything actually Italian available. I also got a bottle of seamoss from the market. ...
... customs and immigration, and passengers were free to disembark and start exploring. We had booked a full day tour on-line, and felt a little uneasy about the arrangement, but we had no reason to worry- Sheppee met us on the docks and whisked us off in his air-conditioned van for a very informative and fun tour of the island. Snorkeling at Champagne Reef was first on our itinerary. Gases from an active underground fumerole bubble up into the seawater, and it feels like ...
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