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Travel Blogs from Roseau
is a sun drenched jewel between Martinique and Guadeloupe. Through
the years, it has risen to the top of tourism’s A-list of island
paradise. This nature island boasts 290
square miles of untamed rain forest that
wraps around slumbering volcanoes, bubbling hot springs, and
plentiful sea life. It is like Jurassic Park without the raptors!
you are looking for a connection to nature, you will find it here.
... bit around the ship, we came back and took a good nap. Then Bob went to “work” and I went to the steam bath, after looking around at the jewelry shop for a while. Saw an Effy serpent ring that I really liked, but not sure if I want to spend $1500 for it …..
Dinner was at 8pm. I went to the restaurant and asked them to do something special for Bob. They took note and said they would prepare a cake. I guess there was not much else they could ...
... plants that much, it seemed like a regular large park. There was a lot of grassy area, and it made a nice place to sit, but there weren't a lot of exciting flowers to look at. There were some caged parrots that weren't doing much, but that's about it for excitement in the gardens. There are paths that leave the gardens and go out onto trails which may be exciting, but I'm not sure that going hiking alone is a good idea anywhere, especially ...
Sorry that I haven't updated this until now, when I am actually in Brazil! But the blog site I choose eats up our allotted Internet access to use. So, with that said, here is what I thought of Dominica:
Prior to arriving at Semester at Sea, the deans of the voyage asked us to all read a book written by Jamaica Kincaid, A Small Place. I highly recommend this book, not for its upbeat writing (this is sarcasm), but for the shock factor that ...
... We tarried but for a few moments before continuing our journey up towards the Botanical Gardens. The gardens would be the highest elevation that we would reach and it was also our turnaround point for trip back thru town. But as we came within 100 yards of our destination, we passed a fellow passenger that said the gardens were not ready for visiting (still recouping from the last hurricane). As we were feeling the heat and humidity, that only gained in intensity as we walked up ...