Veranda View Guest House
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... at this opposite end of the valley, but instead of steps it was boulders and rocks to climb down. The rainforest began again, leaving only the white stream to our side as the remnant of the Valley of Desolation. The stream widened to a small river and fell into cascading pools of warm water. Roots from trees above stretched down to reach the waters, but couldn't overgrow it due to the high calcium content. The waters were an iridescent blue, and apparently are a ...
... reception desk what his actual name was - Roystand. So forget all the Travis stuff, it's now Roystand. Roystand would be taking us to the city of Laudat, the highest village on the island and the starting point for the Boiling Lake trail. Sadly, Roystand would not be actually guiding us on our hike, but one of his good friends had been arranged to take us there instead. Roystand had other duties to attend to in Roseau, Dominica's capital, on behalf of the Rosalie ...
... and what looked like an employee walked into the area - and then it started to rain again. Hard. Every single person fled to the nearest shelter, which just so happened to be the turtle education center. Little more than a large shed on stilts with a corrugated metal roof, it contained mainly educational posters and info on the walls, and not much else. 10 minutes passed and the rain eased; as soon as it did the employee (who was the turtle ...
... shifts in the wind. When we started our descent toward Dominica, there was a bit of jostling by the plane as we broke through a cloud layer. Once the island got close and you could pick out individual trees, that's when Jen felt things got dicey - not me, though! :) Basically our plane flew "nap of the earth" over hills, dropping down, down, and down until we hit the runway. Much to Jen's delight, we did not go off the runway into the ocean. As soon ...
This was the day Paul had been dreading. The day he was certain we were all going to die when the aerial tram we were taking to 300 feet over the rainforest was going to fall to the ground.
Something to remember - rainforests are usually in the center of the island and if you're going to look down into the rainforest, it's also quite a way UP to get there. All on curvy, switchback-filled roads in a little bus. Our bus worked ******* ...