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... more than five minutes. Off we all go trucking to the falls. It was maybe a 15-20 minute walk on a very muddy trail. Our guide said it was an easy walk to see the pool. Ok, no problem. Well, it was 15-20 alright. Some places a 4 wheel drive would've been helpful though. To actually see the falls, and pool required a mule, and Tibetan monks. Never expecting to be at this spot again we had to go. At least that was my logic to Donna. After getting down to the pool ...
... to see some coast line in addition to the few tourists spots. They wanted to charge us $100 and we agreed. If we were to join a van that took 6 or more people, it would cost half.
The taxi we got was a very old Toyota van, very old. Even though he said there was AC, I don’t think it would work. We had the windows open which was good enough. The driver was an older man who seemed nice. We first went towards Scotts Head where the Caribbean meets ...
... I know my mom isn't happy about reading that, but it's just an accepted part of the culture here and not something odd like it is in the states these days.
While the ride is only a few minutes, we had a lovely conversation. One of the things we talked about is how calypso music is so local. Each island has its own political situation and the calypso songs sing to it. However, that prevents a cross-island appeal as the folks on one island ...
... lake and hot springs was formed by a very recent (geologically speaking) volcanic eruption that occurred in 1880. Doing this hike with a geologist and a guide was excellent as Matthew and I learnt a lot about the origins of our surroundings.
I have included many pictures of the springs and lake. They speak for themselves. The boiling lake is the second largest one in the world. The largest boiling lake is ...
... Christopher Columbus named the island Dominica (Latin for Sunday), the day of the week on which it was discovered. But Columbus and other European explorers were not interested in the Dominica. Columbus sailed on by in 1493.
But today we were interested in Dominica; we docked and spent the majority of the day on the shore of this Caribbean Island in the sun. From the weather forecast, we expected to see the island through the rain. But the rain had come overnight and ...
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