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... town (Roseau is the capital). Cruise ship had just docked so The centre was full of Americans, and a few Brits and French. Met a local guide calling herself Marilyn Munroe: no similarity at all! Checked out the posh hotel, which was full of Americans from the cruise ship. Seems they didn't want to explore too much! No one does whale watching tours except on Sundays I was told until I checked out the hotel next to where I'm staying, where there ...
... we set off. Well, it started out with 39 steep steps (yes, Jeff is a numbers person). The sign should have said "20 minutes straight up - hope you have enough water". It was a fun 'walk'...with several switchbacks. Did I mention that it is HOT today?? This is an isolated, woodsy area and my mind wanders to modern day pirates... Just then I jump as Jeff says "Hi" to two camouflage clad soldiers hiding in the bushes directly above us. Yikes! Well, I guess we are protected ...
... equipment and ever-present cellular towers perched at the top of the hill, but a viewing platform was available about 2/3 the way up a dusty, rocky trail. More climbing, wonderful. A sweaty 15 minutes later, some of the best views we'd seen of the island yet appeared. The water ranged from aquamarines and emerald green to deep cobalt blues, with powder blue, azure, and lapis scattered throughout. Again, the wind was strong, which cooled everyone off as they took pictures ...
... up. We go up and down so many times, I know the way back will not be significantly easier. Daniel looks me over appraisingly. He's already told me I'm a monkey, the way I cross the stones in the river. Now he tells me I'm a fighter, he likes that.
Going back, Daniel's legs cramp up twice and he has to sit down. I offer him a hard boiled egg, and some nuts, which he gladly accepts. He's lost the calculating look in his eye. We stop at the fresh water stream to refill our ...
... everything was. The thing the annoyed me a little though is that we were driving everywhere and the guide kept saying, “oh, that's a great place to take pictures.” He'd stop for me to take the picture of something that looked more or less the same as everything else (so I didn't really feel I needed another picture of it), and wait until I took the picture. I wanted to go hike the areas and experience them, not just look ...