Sunset Bay Club & Seaside Dive Center
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... Made it to the falls without much problem only to discover two falls instead of one. Ok, nice surprise. Back on the bus our guide announces our next stop is for a drink, and bathroom break. Two thoughts zip through my head. One, Richard Petty doesn't need any Caribbean Rum while dodging potholes. Two, I hope everyone is counting dollars at this point. Well, we go swerving, and bouncing our way back into Roseau, past the port to the other side of the ...
... drop us off at the ship on the way to Champagne Reef as it was getting pretty late in the day . Others on the tour wanted to do the snorkelling stop and we were undecided but ultimately with only an hour left before the ship sailed we decided to play it safe and instead finished our day with some shopping at the market beside the pier. We did end up seeing the rest of the tour group return, they arrived at about 4:15 (all aboard was ...
... luck uploading a picture through my phone. Go figure.
So in any case, I'm afraid I won't be posting any pictures of beautiful piles of whole nutmeg, or jelly coconuts, any time soon.
We spent the day in the capital of Roseau - a city full of history, of which it seems largely unaware. The ancient plantation home of their most famous author is ...
... packed. It took a while for me to get out, at which point I asked somebody where I could pick up a bus or taxi. The guy looked at me like I was crazy and pointed the way to town, insisting that it's short and safe. Fine. I walked into town and up to the place I knew I could get a bus and took the bus from there back to the hotel. It was nice that the buses were still running and weren't charging more for night time.
Dominica has been called the "anti-Caribbean" island. It does not suffer as much from the mass tourism of many of the other islands. There are no flashy resorts in evidence. Most of the island is mountainous with untamed rainforests and only a few beaches. Cricket is the national passion here and hurricanes are a common occurrence. In 1975 Hurricane David wiped out 75% of the island's homes ...