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View from the restaurant patio
Elizabeth
04/23/2012, Dominica Tour

We were high up, looking over this as we ate our lunch.

Lunch Stop
Elizabeth
04/23/2012, Dominica Tour

The restaurant where we stopped for lunch. This is where Judith snuck Luna inside.

Banana Tree
Elizabeth
04/23/2012, Dominica Tour

A familiar and common site everywhere on the Island. But we don't often see the flower stem coming from below the bananas. It looks like a lion's tail hanging down. You can follow the stem from the bottom of the bananas down, ending in a spear-shape flower.

Roadside Florist
Elizabeth (photo by Ed)
04/23/2012, Dominica Tour

This roadside stop was very special. The man had built his house up on the cliff, and he's working on a store up there as well. He sold sugarcane bark, freshly cut flowers, had a pot of soup cooking on rocks and fresh spring water pouring out of the rocks.

Enjoying the hot springs
Elizabeth (photo by Ed)
04/23/2012, Trafalgar Falls, Dominica

It truly doesn't get much better than this. Maybe a rum punch in my hand would eek it up a notch or two, but then I'd probably slip on the rocks even more than I did while making my way to the cold springs after this one.

Trafalgar Falls-Right side
Elizabeth (photo by Ed)
04/23/2012, Trafalgar Falls, Dominica

And the one on the right.

04/23/2012 | Terri
Such great pics. Thanks for the memories you bring us from Dominica.
04/28/2012 | Ed Easter
We are glad to share our experiences with you and bring you back to some of yours vicariously!
Trafalgar Falls-Left side
Elizabeth (photo by Ed)
04/23/2012, Trafalgar Falls, Dominica

There were two magnificent falls next to each other but without a wide-angle lens on our camera, we had to take two shots. This is the one of the left. Ed hiked a long way up to an upper pool while Tyson and I lounged in the hot springs and Judith went who-knows-where to meet foreigners from all around the world. That Judith!

Bobby Brown
Elizabeth
04/23/2012, Dominica Tour

Our excellent guide, Bobby. I can't remember his given name, not that it really matters.

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