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... a few photos, and then the fun began. One drop, two drops, down pour. I mean we have a cat 5 hurricane sitting over this trail. However, we have our rain gear. In the bus. By the time we make it back to the bus the clothes on our bodies, in our cabin on the ship, and clothes at home were soaked. We would've been drier diving off the back of the ship, and drug across the Caribbean for the last week. We finally get in the bus, and now the air works well. ...
... On the way, we passed a few small villages. Dominica seemed really quite poor. There was no high-end ocean front resort or anything like that. But the island was very lush, and there were some very colorful and beautiful flowers! The road was very narrow, barely allowing 2 cars to go by each other. Hiring a driver was definitely the right thing. Would not want to rent a car to drive here.
We got to Scotts Head and I took a few photos. The meet of ...
... br> Since the cruise ships pull right up to it (and dwarf the town), that is also the hub for the touristy things. For example, the Dominica museum is right there. The museum is pretty good for the Caribbean. The pictures are bright and varied. The topics range from the geology that created the island to the creatures living in the reefs surrounding the island, to the history of the island itself. I found the displays to be fun and ...
The next day in Dominica, I had a brilliant day. My passenger friends and I got a taxi to the Trafalgar waterfalls. Lots of people told me about the amazing falls in Dominica and I was glad I managed to do it. The taxi drivers and tour guides have this habit of harassing you and trying to overcharge the tourists but if you have your wits about you, make sure they know you’re crew and do your research, you can get a really good deal. They know not to take crew for a ride as ...
... that ringed the town with green foliage. The town was small with colorful buildings that are common in the Caribbean. As we walked out onto and down the pier into the town, we could feel the heat and humidity that was common here in this part of the world. Just to the left of the dock was a vendors market that was crowded and full of handicrafts that serve as mementoes of one’s visit to the island. We shopped but our souvenirs of the island will be memories and photos. ...