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... first people we'd seen all day since starting the hike out. An older guide and a younger guy - probably 30 or so - had made the hike in. Both were rather lean and pretty fit - I had no delusions that even if we left before they did (which we did) that they would catch and pass us on the return trip. No matter, we were all heading to the same place one way or another, no need for speed records. The trip to this point was 6 miles in, some 3 hours of extremely hard work. ...
... stairs - but that didn't make it any easier. The stairs led fully into the rainforest, which closed in around us on either side. Leaf litter, branches, and palm fronds covered the ground, with standing pools of water amidst muddy bogs made up the "trail" at this point. Even so, the ground kept angling upwards. The rain still poured down upon us - at first it wasn't actually that bad - the shoes we wore were waterproof, as long as they weren't submerged, and under ...
Our first full day in Dominica started with waking up at 6:30 AM and heading off to get breakfast at Zamaan's across the resort. Although it wasn't raining at the time, the two of us were already becoming accustomed to the ever-present possibility of rain showers. By rain showers I mean thunderstorms with deluges of water. Periodically the evening before and throughout the night we experienced torrential downpours, but to be honest, they didn't hamper our ...
... and fresh flowers adorned throughout. Jen and I unpacked, took a tour throughout the grounds, made sure the TV got Fox (to watch the Ohio State game starting very soon!), and headed to dinner. Zamaan Restaurant is the food establishment at Rosalie, and our first experience did not disappoint. White linens, a wide variety of menu choices, and excellent service are part of Zamaan, and we both had the soup of the day (vegetable), while Jen had curried goat for ...
At promptly 7:45 AM, Brent is banging on our door- dressed and ready for a morning jog in our first port: the Dominica!!! Sam, Brent and I head out for what I thought was going to be a slow jog around the island. We ended up running through town to the Botanical gardens and through some sketchy woods where we found a path up a mountain. The town was pretty dead because on Sundays everything shuts down for Church. They sprinted up the mountain while ...