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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... bathrooms were free. However, the women got stuck in their stalls, and had to be released by someone on the other side. I told you I don't make this stuff up. Now the down pour has stopped, and we're on our way again. It was now when the guide announces to the bus it will be another 45 minutes to our next stop. Are you serious? Ok, now she has been drinking. This bus won't hold together on these roads with Richard driving another 45 minutes. At this point the ...
... crushed it. The fallen tree is still there, together with the crushed car. And the tree is still alive, lying down there but with branches growing up and the crushed car beneath it. I used bob’s phone to take some pictures.
The final stop was called Morne Bruce, the spot where we could get a panoramic view of the Rosseau town and our ship.
We got back on the ship after 2:30. Went to the cafeteria and got some lunch. After wondering ...
... Another was having a calypso competition. As I walked around the botanic gardens (and sat there to read), I listened to the various calypsonians. They were good. Not “good for kids,” but good. I was definitely impressed with the songs that were coming from the school.The music made the botanic gardens much more enjoyable. I suppose that if you're really into botany, the gardens might be better, but for those of us who don't ...
... must be used it. I bought a lump of pure sulphur clay which they collect from around the volcanic pools. It’s apparently a very good anti-aging face mask and I tried it out when I got back to the ship. My face hasn’t fallen off yet. If it’s good though, I might pick up a few more packs next time I’m there as it’s only $5 for a huge lump and you know exactly what’s in it, no chemicals or colours etc. You can see them packing it at the pools.
... the churches was a girl’s school. As we walked by the school, they were letting a class of 3rd or 4th graders out for a class walk or tour. The entire class was dressed in bright blue uniforms with white blouses. All of the girls were happily waving hello and flashing bright smiles as they passed us on the street. Watching the little friendly girls dressed in bright blue school uniforms was a nice introduction to Dominica which is famous for ...