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... out of the resort and across the bridge over the Rosalie River, and onto the dirt road destined to become paved. The pathway followed the river and then the shoreline north for about a half mile, at which point it climbed up and up and up. Sensing a pattern here? This island is nothing but mountains and valleys - scarcely a flat piece of land anywhere. Aside from construction equipment, there wasn't much on the road, but to our left was a cliff of rock and mud, scraped vertical ...
... and to press on. It was only the speed that was a factor, and we had no rush, thankfully. After what seemed like an eternity, the three of us made it back to Morne Nicholls. As before, the summit was viciously windswept and trapped within a cloud. On a clear day, Kelvin said you could see both the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, as well as all the major towns and peaks in southern Dominica. We rested for a second (Kelvin answered a phone call!), and the first ...
... The winds picked up too, despite being still hemmed in on either side by heavy plant growth. In fact, the winds would often gust from out of nowhere, pushing you physically, making foot placement even more difficult. I was laboring - having to slow my pace so my breathing - and heart rate - didn't exceed my physical limits. Kelvin never cared - he'd stop every so often as if he knew or was at least feeling out my limits, and we'd catch our breath for a minute ...
... not an option yet, so Travis and one of the other guides went back up to see if the second crossing was yet an option. Ten minutes passed and lo and behold, we opted to try again! When we climbed back up the trail and reached the crossing, one of the Germans was visibly upset - she was not at all happy about the idea of crossing the river again and being trapped *twice* behind the river should it rain again. After all, they had to get back to the ship (the ...
... whisper of the tram. A gentle rain was falling which seemed absolutely appropriate. The trams sat up to 9 passengers in four rows of 2 and were fairly well sheltered by the roof. It is suspended about 60 feet above-ground, rising to about 2000 ft above sea level. Our young guide was well informed about all the species of plant and tree to be seen. Sadly most of the birdlife was taking cover from the rain but ...