Veranda View Guest House

Calibishie, Dominica | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Calibishie

    Words fail me, Part 2

    A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 11, 2013

    14 photos

    ... and was a shock to your leg muscles. When climbing, the breaks were more frequent and longer in duration. This was the toughest part of the hike. The return through the second Valley of Desolation was fine - either Valley section was actually not at a severe incline, so you mainly had to watch foot placement to make sure you didn't trip on rubble. I stopped periodically to not only catch our collective breaths, but snap some pics that we'd missed with the SLR. ...

    Words fail me

    A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 10, 2013

    8 photos

    ... at most. Due to the rain, the interior of each step was often filled with gloopy mud that sucked your foot in, but avoiding the interior risked slipping on the hardwood logs used for the bulk of the steps. After roughly 35 minutes of hiking up stairs, we reached the top of the ridge and began descending. Climbing steps vs. going down steps uses completely different muscles sets. It was nice that the entire trail wasn't just one or the other consecutively, but the ...

    You will get wet on this ride...

    A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 08, 2013

    8 photos

    ... destination point of the drive was a city called La Plaine, a bit south of Rosalie on the island. Poor roads, and typically poor infrastructure was the norm - Jen and I are well used to seeing this type of community throughout Central America and frankly, the poorer areas of the world. Yet despite the seemingly inadequate living conditions, the townsfolk busily went about their day, happy as they could want to be. Our van (oversized for just the two of us and ...

    Slow and steady.

    A travel blog entry by sarah.haras on Jul 16, 2013

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... face. My freckle face.

    While there I was reading a book, by the most famous Dominican author, Jean Rhys. It takes place toward the end of colonization, at the beginning of freedom for the African slaves. A white creole girl does not belong, and has no where to belong to. It's the tale of a person without a place.

    These thoughts I think over, as I walk alone in the quiet rain forest, along the trail to the Boiling Lake. No one had asked for my badge there either.


    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Feb 08, 2011

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    ... the day’s activities.)

    I disembarked at 8:40 and met the tour van in the parking area at the end of the Roseau cruise pier. My group was driven inland to the Layou River for the tubing part of the excursion. I can’t remember the last time I went tubing down a river – perhaps 21 years ago in Connecticut? It was a lot of fun, made more enjoyable by the 82-degree sunshine shining down. After ...