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... drop our gear in the cabin, wash the salt water off our face and hands and decide to walk to the Botanical Gardens. It is a bit of a walk to this 40 acre park. We learn that Dominica's Botanical Gardens were founded in 1891 as an annex of London's Kew Gardens. We had a great time exploring the Bamboo House, the "David the Goliath" tree, part of which was blown down in 2004 onto an (empty) tour bus squashing it flat. We come upon a sign for "Jack's Walk Trail" - it says 20 ...
... Toyota HiAce maybe 3 years old), packed full of people, and going up and down tight twisty mountain roads as fast as possible. The tires squealed at every turn, and he tailgated the guy in front of us the entire way. Thankfully, we never flipped over, never ran off the road, and no one was carsick, but we all were pretty happy when the van pulled back into Rosalie Bay and we could get back onto solid ground. Dinner that night was actually a little of a surprise - Dick and ...
... died before it was finished being built. We passed Hampstead Estate where some of the Pirates of the Caribbean scenes were filmed. We almost passed a boat tour place, but I asked for a stop so I could actually do something.
Mangrove Boat Tours has a whole bunch of little paddle boats that you can rent for 20EC for the hour and take into the mangrove swamp. The guy said that it would take 40 minutes to go up the rive and back, but ...
... I can say that the callalloo soup was delicious and the rest of the food I got was good, but could have used some sauce.
After dinner, I headed to The calypso show. Each year, a new calypso king needs to be crowned to rule over carnival. Tonight happened to be the first round of the finals, and everybody had told me that I should go, so I did. Getting there wasn't easy though. First, somebody told me it was at the stadium. ...
... New Zealand. However Rob says it’s all a question of semantics as there many other similar lakes that are very close to boiling. This lake is formed by very hot gases that come up from deep down, bubble through an underwater river and drive the resultant hot water up into a lake…a boiling lake.
If you ever come to Dominica this hike is well worth the hike, which is roughly 3 hours each way.
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