Serenity Lodges Dominica
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... point was around 50 feet above the lake itself. A small clearing bounded on one side by the rim and the other by a dropoff into one of the feeder streams was where we ate lunch. I'm pretty sure I've never eaten a sandwich that fast in my life before. At this point I managed to get the SLR working, which was great since I could then take photos of the lake and subsequently of everything else on the way back. While we sat at the Boiling Lake and ate lunch, we ...
... focus on anything and would not take a picture. I tried several ideas to get things to work, but no dice - and we had to leave. Under a heavy downpour, we started our way up what seemed like a dry creek bed, although water was flowing in and around rocks. The grade was only a slight incline, but the rocks were slippery so we had to watch our step. Before long, the dry creek bed gave way to larger rocks and then actual steps. For the most part actually, the entire ...
... one of the three turtles, so I snapped as many pictures as I could. As soon as the turtles hit the sand, it was like fast forward - they used those big front flippers to crank themselves along the beach straight into the surf like instinct. Within a minute, allt here made it into the surf, and hopefully they are all still out there swimming. For such a short experience, it was an amazing one we didn't think we'd be able to witness. Luck was on our side, ...
... our bags. It was at this point that the customs officers were not pleased with the reggae music, and demanded the guy turn his phone off. He complied. At the back of the airport, we exited and met our driver; loaded our bags into a van and took off toward Rosalie Bay Resort (in Rosalie, no less). The roads were narrow, twisty and near vertical as we climbed up and down hills and into valleys. Virtually everything is green here - royal palms, coconut palms, ...
After Dominica, I am off to Manaus, Brazil which is 1000 miles up the Amazon River. I cannot wait to experience Brazil and all it has to offer.
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