Calibishie Cove

Address: Point Dubique, Calibishie, Dominica | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn is located on Point Dubique, Calibishie.
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          Exploring Dominica

          A travel blog entry by kerry.blackett on Jun 24, 2015

          ... the end before looking round their mini zoo. Again, we had the whole place to ourselves. It had been raining all afternoon, but it was actually really nice when we were in the hot pool being rained on.

          We headed back to Mero, but stopped off in Rosseau (the capital) on the way to pick up some breakfast food, get money out and book some diving for Sunday. We ate dinner at Romance Cafe again which was lovely.


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          Words fail me, Part 2

          A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 11, 2013

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          ... only to get worse. Outside of the abrasions, our muscles were fully fatigued - each step you could feel your body telling you that "you're on your own, man". Our trip back out was fully reverse of what we did to get in, but some sections were harder to do in reverse. Perhaps more appropriately, the mental and muscle fatigue of the journey up to that point made fine control over your body a lot harder. You wanted to let gravity take you down steps, but doing so ...

          Words fail me

          A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 10, 2013

          8 photos

          ... 8-12" in diameter, they were made up of what looked like bundles of black wires. The tree fern logs were very tough and fibrous, acting like a grip-tape no matter how much moisture there was. Whether ascending or descending, the tree fern logs were a welcome sight. When the stairs went up, they went *up*. Each set ranged from at least a hundred to perhaps 500-1,000 at a time. Each tended to be about a 18 inches tall and the run was often narrow, maybe a foot, or another ...

          You will get wet on this ride...

          A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 08, 2013

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          ... one of the seemingly hundreds of spectacular waterfalls throughout Dominica. Our guide and driver today was the same driver as yesterday from the airport - and neither Jen nor I can remember his name - still. But he's good, both as a driver, and as a guide, very personable and knowledgeable, so we hope he joins us for more activities while we're here in Dominica. The trip was again on narrow, twisting, vertically-oriented roads, but they were actually well ...

          Still in Dominica further South

          A travel blog entry by sv.equinox on Apr 20, 2011

          4 photos

          ... had been in Roseau for some time, they would be leaving in a couple of days to move on, so we organised to go with a snorkel with them the following day, and also do a tour of the hot springs.

          The hot springs were amazing. We had driven high into the mountains, and were to take a small hike through the rain forest to get to the hot spring pool and waterfall.

          As it happened it started to pour with rain when we commenced our hike, but that didn't deter us ...