Picard Beach Cottages
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We got up early on Friday morning as we needed to be at the Dive Centre by 8am. We met Aon a well trained guy from Rhodesia who had also worked for the military and special forces in Switzerland and Belgium. We did two shore dives, which I think we didn't have the highest expectation for. We were all very impressed with both dives, with the amount of life, especially the second one around the pier. We got to see ...
... Linton went off to grab up some local fruit and came back with guava and grapefruit which were tasty. We got back on the horses and started back to the stables. We found some good mangoes and so Linton filled his backpack with them straight from the trees. The horses absolutely love mangoes as they are so sweet. We saw a chicken hawk and Katie saw a couple green parrots on the way back. Linton was also great at pointing out local plants including bay ...
On our tour we learned that the entrance of the river is a mix of salt and fresh water and some of the ferns can only be found here . We made our way up to see Calypso's house where they filmed Pirates of the Caribbean. The kids had just finished watching the first three movies so they got a kick out of it. Alpert was very informative and provided us great knowledge on the plants ...
... Would you rather see the world's only indigenous tribe, or soak in the tropical hot springs? Guess what, baby sea turtles are hatching on the same day as the boiling lake hike.
These choices are hard to make.
The more you find out about the island, the more there is to see and do. Whenever I visit a place, I begin planning my return trip.
One thing on Tonya's list, is to see a parrot in the wild. There are two different kinds here: ...
... a fully complete double rainbow stretched itself over the ocean. The rainbow seems a kind of reassurance before the storm strikes with full force tomorrow. The water will be turned off soon. Josiah has gone to campus to fill up the water jugs before that happens. Dominica has some of the best water in the tropics, but storms will muddy it. Tonya went to the grocery to stock up on pineapple, food, and hot chocolate supplies. The nightly Dominican cocoa is a lovely tradition. ...