The Tamarind Tree Hotel & Restaurant
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... Thankfully he caught it and brought back, yes you guess it, Ian's suitcase. You would think our luggage going almost astray was enough drama for this little beautiful island, but you would be wrong. Next we had a bathroom situation. Ian had to go. So we rush to the airplane bathroom where I tell Ian not to touch a thing. He went in then wanted out. "Mom I cant use that" He runs to his dad and goes "Dad I have to go poop and the bathroom ...
... 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 ...
... a dive shop right in it. I booked tomorrow's activities there.
From there, I walked around town a bit. The town itself reminds me of Basseterre in many ways- the street vendors, the style of music emanating from the various radios, the type of shops present, the people in the streets. It is very different in others though- a lot of the buildings are much taller than those in Basseterre, the streets are wider in a lot of places, and there are ...
The next day in Dominica, I had a brilliant day. My passenger friends and I got a taxi to the Trafalgar waterfalls. Lots of people told me about the amazing falls in Dominica and I was glad I managed to do it. The taxi drivers and tour guides have this habit of harassing you and trying to overcharge the tourists but if you have your wits about you, make sure they know you’re crew and do your research, you can get a really good deal. They know not to take crew for a ride as ...
... of the land to a Methodist church. So our first photo opportunity was at the foot of the property by the Methodist Church. Just past the Catholic Church. It was a large church that was open to allow visitors in to see its impressive interior. One part of the church challenged Harriet and my knowledge of Catholic Churches. They had 14 Stations to the Cross and we believed that there were only 13 stations. That is one mystery that we will need to research.
Further up the ...