Veranda View Guest House
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... blog entry and reading at the room when we decided to take a quick journey up a nearby road. One of the villages that supplies several of the resort's workers is a little north of where we were, and the workers would walk from this town to work each day on a dirt path. In fact, the dirt path will soon become a full road to connect the Rosalie Bay Resort with a major road just to the north of the village, cutting travel time from the airport from 50 minutes to around 25. The two of ...
... the slowest descender due to her knees, she would lead those legs. At points, I could only manage two or three steps - some of the steps were 2 or 3 feet tall, and you had to pull yourself up with your arms. The mud was much worse now - the group of French had trampled and made a huge mess of what was formerly just wet ground. Not only was I fighting gravity, but also suction from the mire that held my shoes captive. Nevertheless, slowly and surely, I was determined not ...
... makes you calm, man." He said "Organic, man." All I could do is smile and laugh. Yeah, he had a joint. In fact, throughout our trip, he smoked quite a few - maybe a half a dozen? I rarely smelled it, though, because of the sulfur and winds and general openness of the environment. No worries! Up, and up, and up we went, climbing eventually out of the rainforest and into an elfin woodland. The mosses were more prevalent here, coating every surface and making ...
... the first river crossing - and the guides led the way. When we arrived, the crossing looked nothing like what we'd seen only 20 minutes ago. Trapped. The river was too high here as well, so the lot of us were forced to wait and hope it didn't rain more up the mountain and add more water to the mix. At least a **************** before we saw some of the rocks in the river we'd used to cross, but the level was steadily dropping, so it was good news. The fording ...
... as the temperature was up there, and the rain was a relief really.
Having said that, sitting in a pool of fairly warm water, wasn't refreshing, but comforting and we all enjoyed it very much. It rained at the same time, so if we were feeling too hot from the water, we then cooled down with the rain.
We really enjoyed our small stay at Roseau, and really appreciated catching up with Pru and Barry again. No doubt we may catch up with them again some place ...