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... started. Jen was first as usual on the descents, and we took our time, working our way slowly down the narrow ridge back from elfin woodland into montane forest and then the rainforest once again. Our goal was the Breakfast River, but the distance and vertical height was so far it took ages to get there. By now the blisters on my heels ached with every single step, and I could feel the energy sapped from my muscles. I kept wondering whether there was a physical ...
... ever upwards again. An hour after leaving the Breakfast River behind, the three of us reached the top of a mountain. Yeah, an official mountain, called Morne Nicholls (Morne means "mount" in the local language, apparently, and Nicholls is one of the first outsiders to have seen the Boiling Lake). The summit is around 3,000 feet above sea level, although we started at 1,600 feet back at Ti Tou Gorge. The top of the first ridge was around 2,200 feet, and went back ...
... was on a shore excursion from a cruise ship in Roseau, Dominica's capital). It took a few minutes for one of their guides to assuage the lady, but Jen and I could have cared less and went for the crossing with Travis - we had all the time in the world! Again, the water was fast and furious, and even deeper and stronger this time - I was wet up to my waist, and by this time, I stowed the SLR in a backpack so I could cross and hike with two hands. Even so, ...
... the Seaworld bar and watched Srilanka beat the Aussies at T20 the end to a perfect day.
29/1 We had a chillout day although I did go for a walk up a small river into the rainforest and in the evening had a drink In “Drop Anchor” with the American wedding party. Many of the houses here appear to be on stilts as they build 2 storeys but only fit out the top floor due to lack of money and then their children can use the ground floor
or they build a room at a ...
I'm baaaack! :) Let me start off by saying that Dominica (pronounced Dom – in – eek – ah) is amazing, it reminds me a little bit of St. Johns in the US Virgin Islands and the Bahamas but it has its own little spin since it is its own country and all.
The first day we arrived I got off right as soon as I could, at 8:30 AM, and then walked around the town a little bit by port. However I had a snorkeling trip lined up at champagne reef at 9 so I ...