Calibishie Lodges

Address: Main Road, Calibishie, 5000, Dominica | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Main Road, Calibishie, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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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

    ... of the dreaded steps again - and Kelvin said to us "Now you lead the way, we go at your pace". Since Jen was in front she said, "OK, just tell me if I take a wrong turn", and Kelvin just said "It's impossible to make a wrong turn here, only one way to go". He was right - but it didn't make things any easier. Jen led the way, climbing the steps, and I was in second, with Kelvin following me as close as anyone could be. I was laboring - these were the steepest steps in ...

    Words fail me

    A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 10, 2013

    8 photos

    ... took them out of view - and when you reached the turn, all you saw were more steps and more steps, rising higher and higher. Kelvin seemed to be either part billy goat or perhaps a complete robot. Wearing a ratty pair of old sneakers with a rain slicker and "mane" of dreadlocks, Kelvin was just a local that loved climbing and hiking and seemingly never got tired or made a misstep. Once or twice in our climb up the next summit, a short descent followed the terrain as ...

    You will get wet on this ride...

    A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 08, 2013

    8 photos

    ... down to golf ball-sized rocks. Moss coated every surface, leaving things slick and slippery. Up to this point, if you'd tried hard enough, you could stay quite dry despite all the water around. With the river crossing - no more. The water was a bit over my knees at the deepest point, probably 2.5 feet at that point, but rushing through such narrow channels that the force was very strong. Jen traversed ahead of me, and took the camera (encased in the rain ...

    Slow and steady.

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

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... Will I be another burden?

    Certainly not. I am merely a tortoise. I already know this, but Daniel will have to learn it.

    The valley of desolation is true to its name. A boiling hot river emerges from the mountains. It's filled with sulfur. Sometimes the river runs a dark gray, sometimes a milky blue. Black streams ooze out, looking like oil. I can feel the heat on my feet, rising up from the ground. I'm only wearing minimal sandals. The sulfur is so concentrated ...

    Who Knew Dominica Wasn't the Same as Dominican?

    A travel blog entry by lindenauersas on Jan 15, 2011

    1 comment

    First stop is tomorrow! I can't believe it. I plan to write more about the excursions/my impressions of the island after the fact. Tomorrow I am snorkeling in the champaign reef (top 5 in the world) and Monday I am going to a local fishery in the morning and traveling in a 4x4 through the rainforest in the afternoon. My first day of class was today. There are A days and B days and it just so ...