Itassi Cottages

Address: Morne Bruce, Roseau, Dominica | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Morne Bruce, Roseau, is near Champagne Diving, Roseau Museum, Scott's Head Pinnacles, and Old Market Square.
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      I love Dominca!!!!

      A travel blog entry by gilmer on Apr 11, 2014

      669 photos

      ... and swim under the water pouring to the ground. I was sure to be one of the people that experience the strength of the waterfall. It was awesome!!!! I swam around the waterfall and took tons of pictures. Joanne watched from the deck above.

      The waterfall is located in a beautiful rainforest - full of green vegetation. I love rainforests. I've been lucky to experience quite a few lately and they never get tiring for me.

      From this destination, we headed back on ...

      Time to go swimming!

      A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 14, 2013

      7 photos

      ... the shoreline - which was not sandy, it was rocky, so you had to be careful not to slip. As most of us, including Zahir, got into the water, Joanna and Beth decided not to join us. Apparently Joanna couldn't swim - kind of crazy to go on a snorkeling activity if you ask me, but I guess she wanted her husband Sandeep to have fun. Beth could swim, but felt uncomfortable around the wave action. The rest of us swam out and started checking out all the wonderful sights below the ...

      Caribbean The Way It Used To Be

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Mar 04, 2013

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... amp; Hollywood), my favourite Dominica story was a 1981 takeover attempt by mercenaries with a distinct Canadian twist. Wolfgang Droege of Toronto (notorious Heritage Front loon) and others attempted to overthrow the government of the day. The self-titled mercenaries were not particularly competent and 'Operation Red Dog', which was a misguided attempt to turn Dominica into a criminal paradise, failed miserably. After this Canadian led fiasco, hopefully by ...

      Last day in Dominica

      A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Feb 10, 2013

      8 photos

      ... of the lake before it settled back in. Since I wasn't going on an extended hike, there wasn't a whole lot to see/do, so we moved on.
      As we drove back to town, the guide pointed out all sorts of plants to me. There's the “David plant” named so because it didn't exist on the island until hurricane David hit. There were all sorts of shorter versions of normal plants that grow stunted in the one area (larger than bonsais, ...


      A travel blog entry by diannezim on Jan 23, 2012

      19 photos

      Many people confuse Dominica with the Dominican Republic, which is easy enough to do considering their similar names. When saying the name of the country the stress is on the second i, like this: Dom-a-NEE-ka. About 72,000 people live on the island, which is heavily covered by a rain forest. We docked in the capital city, Roseau.

      Marc and I were up before 7 am so we could watch the pilot boat guide the MV Explorer into the port. Within an hour or two the ship ...