- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and river running through the rainforest. Can see Atlantic through the mountains from the viewpoint. The cruise ships today were clippers with tall sails, much nicer than the boxes here last week.
TUESDAY 3rd March
Breakfast on the balcony watching the houseboy clearing leaves off the lawn with a dustpan and brush. Wandered along the coast southbound, astounded by the fact that the cruise liner today was bigger than the town of Roseau.
... my battery had gone. He and his dad stopped what they were doing and retrieved the necessary equipment. Mom wasn't nearly as pleased. My laptop is now charged and I sent a thank you gift to their room. I think they are scared of me, as I was over enthusiastic and nearly skipping for joy. Navy Bob, seems to exhaust all he comes in contact with. Tonight he flipped ...
... us to eat with them as it was their last night on the island as well. It seems that there was a preponderance of people from Minnesota at the resort - Dick and Sue, as well as John and Laura who were with us on today's trip - and the owner of the resort altogether is also from Minnesota. Dominica must be where Minnesota snowbirds flock to. Dick was an internal medicine doctor, and Sue was a certified midwife, and they have 4 children, and all but one live or have ...
... died before it was finished being built. We passed Hampstead Estate where some of the Pirates of the Caribbean scenes were filmed. We almost passed a boat tour place, but I asked for a stop so I could actually do something.
Mangrove Boat Tours has a whole bunch of little paddle boats that you can rent for 20EC for the hour and take into the mangrove swamp. The guy said that it would take 40 minutes to go up the rive and back, but ...
... direct me out of town across some bridge. Next, there was a hill climb, and then there was the confused man who didn't think the show was tonight. Also, I met my first rude Dominican- there always has to be an exception to the rule. The lady at the gas station was closed and wouldn't even give me directions. Finally, I got directions the rest of the way and headed towards it. I also got my first on-island marriage proposal from some loon ...