Tuesday, January 24, 2012


Dominica is unique because of it's mountainous terrain, rain forests, and indigenous people. It's terrain and location protected it from colonization more than most Caribbean Islands as it was not directly on main trade routes and was not flat enough to grow sugar cane.

I've spent the last two days in Dominica mainly in and around Roseau, the capital.

View from the ship

The first day I took a tour on this.

These are poisonous, but only if you eat them.


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