Picard Beach Cottages

Address: Picard Estate, Portsmouth, Dominica | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on Picard Estate, Portsmouth, is near The JTAS Experience and Morne Anglais.
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    Travel Blogs from Portsmouth

    Indian River

    A travel blog entry by firestation22 on Mar 18, 2015

    10 photos

    The Carib tribe lived along Indian River; although I doubt they named it that. They obviously used it as a source of fresh water, but also for fishing and farming. Once again, Hollywood made it here for filming Pirates of the Caribbean. At least they actually came to the Caribbean and didn't film the whole thing on a set in Southern California. I guess when I get home I'll actually have to watch the movie as I feel like I was in it after being to all these ...

    Dominca: Are we in the South Pacific?

    A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Jul 22, 2014

    49 photos

    Author: David

    What a spectacular place. Towering peaks, impossible steeps, deep valley’s, lush vegetation and waterfalls everywhere. Seriously?? Even today Dominca still has 7 potentially active volcano’s. A common phrase was “Oh, look- another rainbow”. We were told they are so prolific the island even has “moon bows” which occur in the moonlight!! When we pulled into Portsmouth, ...

    Choosing not to choose

    A travel blog entry by sarah.haras on Jul 14, 2013

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... been able to defend themselves from colonization for a long time due to the rugged terrain of the land. Much of the history, however, has been lost, including the last man able to speak the ancient language.

    Today, they are primarily known for their intricate basket weaving and casava bread. Casava bread is made from the casava root, mixed with coconut or ginger. The bread is warm, soft, and coarse. The ginger adds a sweet and spicy kick. Not a yeast bread, ...

    Busy Days

    A travel blog entry by sarah.haras on Jul 12, 2013

    8 photos

    ... br> On one particular overlook in Syndicate, British scientists had nailed footholds into a tree overhanging a gorge to study these parrots. Tonya and brother Romain watched intently. It's possible that a parrot was seen flying from one tree to another across the gorge. Tonya didn't see what brother Romain saw. Romain didn't see what Tonya saw. The experience is open to imagination.

    I think the muffled sounds of the rain forest promote that.

    In ...

    You must be willing to kill your baby

    A travel blog entry by sarah.haras on Jul 11, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... front of the boat, occasionally splashed by the sea, drinking a little juice, making vitamin D in our skin. The island was beautiful, ruggedly mountainous, and oh so green as seen from the Caribbean. Every time Tonya came up to listen to the hydrophones, silence.

    Finally, in what seemed like frustration, she waited back on the nets again. Dolphin chatter!

    As we headed in the indicated direction, I gazed out at the open ocean, wondering how we ...