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... br> waterfalls. At one stop, where we could take pictures of Trafalgar
falls, we were mobbed by vendors and engulfed with every kind of
sale-able objects; including cold beer. After I handed chocolates to
a few kids, I created a wonderful party like atmosphere with
everybody lining up for more sweets, and posing for photographs.
there we went to the steaming pot holes. A flight of steps lead down
to a ledge in a corner to ...
... and the near-constant rainfall makes them slick as well. Hundreds of rivers all over the island cause lots of erosion problems when they aren't properly maintained. All of this leads to unusual behavior from the drivers. Driving is on the left-hand side of the road, not that it matters much. In the mountains, drivers generally drive in the middle of the road, only moving to the left when an oncoming car approaches. Potholes and other hazards (parked cars, dogs, ...
... my guide made was that most of the islands that ended in French hands are still part of France today, but most of the islands that ended in British hands are independent countries, or feel like they're closer to the USA than Great Britain. Apparently a lot of this has to do with treatment. He said that the citizens of the French “colonies” get full French rights, whereas the citizens of the British “colonies” don't get ...
... infrastructure and even the billboards. I will attach the picture of one that is most certainly thought-provoking.
Regardless of politics though, Dominica was really a paradise in terms of its natural habitat. It is most definitely a rainforest – with a divine temperature and incredible views to match! I had the pleasure of visiting and snorkeling in one of their most famous reefs, Champagne Reef – where bubbles constantly rise ...
... to the comfort of our modern cruise ship. We came and visited and took away with us memories of Dominica. But now we were back onboard ship and resting for our next adventure in St. Georges, Grenada.
Congratulations to our favorite niece (Bella is a great-niece). Liza you were the first to find me.
Today you will find Dan on his way back into town so if you find him it will be a downhill walk into town. Join him and we will walk back to the ship for a quick snack and cool ...